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MIO is an ultra lightweight 3-axis gimbal that is specially designed for a wide variety of small cameras, features Hyper quick release with integrated HDMI, a variety of I/O interfaces and ability to start up in 2 seconds.
Static Current 400mA @12V
Dynamic Current 800mA @12V
Locked Motor Current Max 3.5A @12V
POWER: 14V-52V input range.
Connector type: JST SM02B-SFKH-TF
USB: to interface with computer or upgrade firmware.
Connector type: Micro USB type B
HDMI: to output video from the camera
Connector type: HDMI micro
MTX: Multiplex port that combines AUX , COM1/COM2/COM4 ,CAN, SBUS,PPM into a single connector. In order to access these interfaces easily, it is necessary to use MTX hub.
Connector type: 3 pin, 2.54mm pitch
COM1/CAN: COM1 is a serial protocol (UART) port which is used to interface with a computer via USB. CAN is to interface with DJI Flight controller.
Connector type: JST SM06B-GHS-TB(LF)(SN)
COM2/COM3: COM2/COM3 is serial protocol (UART) port, this port is internally connected to COM2/COM3 port on the gimbal controller. COM2 is to interface with Pixhawk via Mavlink protocol or other modules that use serial protocol (UART). COM3 is reserved for future use.
SBUS/PPM: to interface with SBUS/PPM receiver. This port is internally connected to SBUS/PPM port on the gimbal controller.
AUX: there are optional signals S1, S2,
S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8 (0.3A max) for users to
connect to other devices such as AV signal
or camera trigger, ....This port is internally
connected to AUX port on the tilt axis.
Connector type: JST GHR-08V-S
AUX: Provide 12V output (1A max) to power camera and accessories and optional signals S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6 (0.25A max) for users to connect to other devices such as AV signal or camera trigger, ....This port is internally connected to AUX port on the hyper quick release.
HDMI: This connector allows HDMI video output from the camera to the HDMI Micro connector on the QR.
A. Micro USB Cable (x1)
B. Power Cable (x2)
C. AUX Cable (QR) (x1)
D. AUX Cable (Tilt) (x1)
E. MTX Hub (x1)
F. MTX Cable (x1)
G. Pixhawk Cable (x1)
H. Bluetooth Module (x1)
I. SBUS/PPM Cable (x1)
J. Allen Key 1.5 (x1)
K. Camera Screws (x2)
L. M2x6 (x6)
Using 4xM2.5 to mount the top part onto the frame or damping isolator.
Pay attention to the arrow on the hyper quick release which indicates the home position or forward position of the gimbal.
Connect the MTX cable to the Hyper QR.
STEP 1: The marks on the top part and bottom part must be aligned. The mark on the ring should be aligned with the unlocked icon as shown in the first picture.
STEP 2: Keep everything aligned and attach the bottom part to the top part.
STEP 3: Rotate the ring clockwise until the mark on the ring aligned with the locked icon.
STEP 1: Rotate the ring counterclockwise.
STEP 2: When the mark on the ring aligned with the unlock icon, the MIO can be detached from the top part of the Hyper Quick Release.
After connecting to the power supply, the gimbal will perform a series of alignments, self tests, which last about 2 seconds and the status of the gimbal will be indicated by the Status LED color. During this time, don’t touch the gimbal or camera.
If there is a remote-control signal, changing modes or turning motors on/off by other methods will not take effect because the remote-control signal has the highest priority and will override the command.
Make sure the Hyper Quick Release is mounted to the drone and its power port is already connected to the power supply correctly. Next, let’s mount the gimbal to the Hyper Quick Release, it will be automatically powered up.
LOCK MODE: is a stabilization mode where the camera maintains orientation independently of the rest of the gimbal and the orientation can be changed by an external control signal from remote control.
FOLLOW MODE: in this mode, the camera will mimic the operator’s movement and allows one person to control camera tilt and pan without using an external device like a remote control.
SINGLE OPERATOR: using FOLLOW mode.
DUAL OPERATOR: a second operator can use a Remote Controller (SBUS, PPM) to control gimbal’s movement.
MIO has 3 working operations: Normal, Inverted, Nose Mount.
Using mode channel on remote control
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