DESIGNED FOR DJI INSPIRE 2 UAV

OVERVIEW

 

DJI INSPIRE 2 NEXUS RECOVERY SYSTEM

The Nexus by Indemnis is the first UAV recovery system to be proven reliable in any failure situation. The Nexus system is designed  to enable operations over people. We have spent thousands of hours in development, testing, and engineering to continuously refine the technologies that make our system work and create a reliable product for our customers that is unmatched to any system currently on the market. ASTM Certified for Flight Over People  in 2018, the Nexus was the first and only system to be certified for flight over people on the DJI Inspire 2. Indemnis is a safety Partner with DJI and the Nexus is DJI approved hardware.


The Nexus Features both a Manual Deployment and an Autonomous deployment System. The Nexus auto deployment system allows for a faster recovery of the drone during a failure. Once the failure has been detected  the Nexus system will deploy within .03 seconds. Allowing the parachute to escape any failure scenario.
 

The Nexus system comes pre-packaged and ready to mount to the drone. There is no soldering of wires, packing of parachutes, or assembling of the recovery system. Users need to perform a 1 time install of the software/hardware board into their Inspire 2 which takes less than 15 minutes. After the initial install the nexus can be removed from the drone in less than 30 seconds and reattached in the same amount of time allowing you to use their existing case for storage and transport.

WHAT'S IN THE BOX

This package includes everything you will need to utilize your Nexus system on the Inspire 2:

1)  Nexus Recovery System (Includes properly sized chute)

2)  Manual deployment along with proprietary autonomous fall detection software

3)  Mounting bracket with mounting guide

4)  Carrying case for storage when the system is not mounted to the aircraft

5)  Safety Documentation for waiver submission, including ASTM compliance paperwork and human injury studies

 

FEATURES

•  Ballistic Parachute Recovery System,

   deploys in 14 milliseconds, at over 114 mph

•  Removes the attachment point of the

   parachute lines beyond the roll radius to

   prevent entanglement

•  Quick release compression clamp for

   easy installation

•  Does not rely on the aircraft in a

   failure scenario

•  Proprietary fall detection software for

   Automatic deployment

•  Manual deployment radio with

   1 km range included

 

TECH SPECS

11.25 INCHES x 3.02 INCHES  /

28.57 CM x 7.67 CM

1.98 LBS  /  0.9 KILOGRAMS

3.17 M/S

ABOUT 3 MIN

BALLISTIC PROJECTION

174 MPH

3 HOURS

8 HOURS

LED RING STATUS SYSTEM

AUTOMATIC  /  MANUAL REMOTE

DJI INSPIRE 2

116 FEET

LENGTH x DIAMETER

 

TOTAL WEIGHT

AVERAGE DESCENT RATE

FLIGHT TIME REDUCTION

DEPLOYMENT METHOD

DEPLOYMENT SPEED

BATTERY LIFE

BATTERY CHARGE TIME

STATUS METHOD

DEPLOYMENT METHODS

DRONE COMPATABILITY

MIN DEPLOYMENT ALT

DOCUMENTATION

PDF DOCUMENTS

VIDEOS

NEXUS i2 INSTALLATION VIDEO

NEXUS i2 TROUBLESHOOTING VIDEO

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO INSTALL?

The Initial Install of the FTS and Inspire 2 Nexus Wire Harness  will take about 15 minutes  depending on your level of experience. After the Initial Install the Nexus can be clipped on and off the DJI Inspire 2 in 30 seconds  for easy travel.
 

DOES NEXUS INTERFERE WITH AIRCRAFT GPS?

The Nexus System does not interfere with any of the Inspire 2’s sensors, GPS, or camera attachments.
 

DOES THE CHUTE EJECT AUTOMATICALLY?

The Nexus system for the DJI Inspire 2 has bot an automatic failure detection system and a manual deployment system. The automatic deployment system will detect a failure allowing for the Parachute to eject within 10 feet of the failure occurring. The Manual deployment System allows the Pilot to asses the situation and deploy the parachute if there is no other option of bringing the UAV down safely.
 

HOW MUCH ALTITUDE DOES THE DRONE LOSE BEFORE DEPLOYMENT?

The Nexus automatic detection software will recognize the failure deploying the parachute with in 10 feet of the failure. the Nexus will deploy in .03 seconds catching the drone  and bringing it safely to the ground.

WHAT IS THE DESCENT RATE?

The Nexus by Indemnis qualifies for category 2 operations at an average descent speed of 3.21 meters per second and an impact that is less than 12 ft lbs.
 

HOW IS THE NEXUS POWERED?

The Nexus has an internal battery  that can be charge before Flight. The nexus also pulls a small charge from the USB on the DJI Inspire 2  allowing it to stay charged  during flight.

HOW LONG DOES THE BATTERY LAST ON THE NEXUS?

The Battery for the Nexus has a 3 hour use time.

WILL THE NEXUS GUARANTEE MY DRONE WILL

NOT BE DAMAGED?

The Nexus recovery system is designed to greatly diminish the impact energy of your aircraft, reducing damage to a minimum.

CAN THE NEXUS SYSTEM BE REPACKED AND REUSED?

The Nexus system is a certified ballistic system and can not be user serviced. The system must be sent to a certified  Nexus service center. Indemnis provides a hot swap program for users  to minimize downtime for your operations.

HOW LONG IS THE NEXUS UNDER WARRANTY AND WHAT DOES THE WARRANTY COVER?

WITH THE NEXUS SYSTEM CAN I FLY OVER PEOPLE?

The system is ASTM certified and approved for Flight over people through Transportation Canada and is a certified System to help acquire a waiver through the FAA. They Nexus alone does not guarantee flight over people in all countries. Different countries have different regulations. Feel free to contact us at info@indemnis.com for specific questions.

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