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Introduction

The Phantom 2 is DJI's revision to its original ready-to-fly quadcopter. The DJI Phantom, better known as the iPod of drones, is a quadcopter marketed primarily as an aerial photography platform for people with less R/C flight experience. Although the Phantom comes preassembled in a clean, white, plastic frame, the quadcopter contains similar hardware to other hobbyist drones, but in a more condensed package. Check out this guide for a detailed look at the propulsion, control, power, and video systems of this powerful tool.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your DJI Phantom 2, use our service manual.

  1. Brushless AC Motor (DJIPV-06 DJI 2212) Bottom - three color leds. Remove only some  screws Bottom - three color leds. Remove only some  screws
    • Brushless AC Motor (DJIPV-06 DJI 2212)

    • Bottom - three color leds. Remove only some screws

  2. ESC - Electronic Speed Control ESC - Electronic Speed Control ESC - Electronic Speed Control
    • ESC - Electronic Speed Control

  3. LCD iPhone Screen Fix Kits

    The budget option, covered by our Lifetime Warranty.

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    LCD iPhone Screen Fix Kits

    Cut repair costs, not quality.

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  4. Remote Control and Main Control Circuit Remote Control and Main Control Circuit Remote Control and Main Control Circuit
    • Remote Control and Main Control Circuit

  5. Intelligent Battery - LIPO - 11,1V - 5200mAh Intelligent Battery - LIPO - 11,1V - 5200mAh Intelligent Battery - LIPO - 11,1V - 5200mAh
    • Intelligent Battery - LIPO - 11,1V - 5200mAh

  6. GPS circuit and cable
    • GPS circuit and cable

  7. Bottom view : Zenmuse H3-3D Gimbal and FPV transmitter FPV transmitter GimbalĀ“s  Brushless DC micro motor
    • Bottom view : Zenmuse H3-3D Gimbal and FPV transmitter

    • FPV transmitter

    • GimbalĀ“s Brushless DC micro motor

Jose Gustavo Abreu Murta

Member since: 07/06/2010

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Excellent job on documenting the tear down!

Ted Starcher - Reply

Great job,Thank You, Massimo

Massi Ciccio - Reply

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