- Style: Radio Control Toy
- Type: Airplane
- Power: Battery
- Material: Plastic
- Plastic Type: ABS
- Scale: 1:10
- Radio Control Style: RC Model
- Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland)
- Brand Name: Ehang
- Model Number: GHOST Aerial plus
- Flight Time: 13-28mins
- Maximum Flight Height: 1000m
- Operation: smartphone App
- Drone Height: 100mm
- Gbox: 433mHZ
- Drone Weight: 650g
- Gross weight: 1.9kg
- Maximum Flight Distance: 1000m
- Battery: 5.4Ah Lipo
- maximum rotation angle: 360 °
Packaging & Delivery
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FLY · EXPLORE · FILM
Everything you need to start your filming adventure.
Ready to fly: Ghost drone equipped with 2D gimbal and Ehang Sports Camera
Capture high quality images: Ehang Sports Camera features a high resolution wide angle lens and a Micro SD card to store your recordings<
Easy to fly: one-click commands via your smartphone.
Control height and orientation through the app by sliding bars, and the rest is taken care of
Travel light: no need for bulky RC controllers, just bring your smartphone and a small G-Box
Wind/Water resistant: moderately windy and rainy weather can’t stop you from flying!
Night mode: LED lights to track drone in the sky
Flight time: an impressive 30 minutes (20 minutes with a gimbal and GoPro attached)
Capture smooth and stabilized images, the 2D gimbal is designed to auto level when your Ghost is tilted
App is compatible on all Android devices (iOS version coming soon)
Diagonal Distance: 360mm
Drone Height: 100mm
Height with Landing Gears: 190mm
Drone Weight (without battery): 650g
Battery: XT60 connector 3-cell 11.1v 5.4Ah Lipo
Propeller: 8045 3-blade reversible propeller
GPS: uBlox 6 parallely compacted compass
Motor: EHang EH9812 & EH9812R reversible Motor
Gbox(communicator): 2.4GHz 80mw Standard Bluetooth Communicator
Power Consumption : Flight control maximum power 5W (1A@5V);
Flight control rated power: 1.5W (300mA@5V);
Operating Environment Temperature: -15°C to +70°C
Operation : Smartphone operated
Hover Accuracy: vertical:±0.5m horizontal:±0.5m
Wind Resistance < 10.7m/s
Functions of the Smartphone APP Android WIFI Drone Quadcopter
1. How does the technology actually work?
A small G-Box communicates with the phone through Bluetooth, and the G-Box communicates with the Ghost drone
through wireless radio. It is all electrical and works with a battery.
2. Auto follow sounds COOL! How does it work?
Ghost captures the GPS enabled on a smartphone/smart watch. Simply press the Auto follow button, and our system
does the rest. Currently, follow behind is the default. However, other follow modes are under development. Keep an
3. Does Ghost support night filming?
Ghost is visible in the dark, as it is equipped with night mode flashing lights. Red indicates the head and blue the tail,
so you always know where Ghost is in the air and how it is oriented. The definition of night shots depends on GoPro
definition and ground luminosity.
4. How does Ghost behave in wind or rain?
Ghost is wind and water resistant. Tests have shown that Ghost is able to fly in winds of up to 21 knot without
significant impact on video quality. Ghost is water resistant with fully enclosed electronics. It works fine in light rain,
but flying Ghost in heavy rain is going to be a challenge.
5. How does Ghost handle obstacle avoidance?
The current system requires that you fly Ghost in open areas. The reason is that the avoidance system is not currently
in place for the first version. We are working on incorporating the obstacle avoidance function; a system update will
be available and rolled out.
1. What if I don’t have an android?
While we are ready to ship out the Android G-Box, we are still working on the iOS G-Box, which will be shipped in April.
If you decide to purchase Ghost now with an Android G-Box, we are happy to ship you the iOS G-Box for an additional
$50 (shipping included), which is way below market price.
2. When is iPhone going to be ready?
The software already works. We are just working on the connection with the G-Box. It should be ready by March 2015.
3. What happens if the phone rings/ Ghost exceeds control range/ the battery runs out/ the GPS connection is lost
If you get a phone call while piloting Ghost, it will keep executing your instructions uninterrupted. Safety features are
incorporated when facing failure scenarios. In case Ghost exceeds the control range (0.6 mile) or Radio Frequency
connection is lost or broken, Ghost will kick into return mode. It will automatically return to the place of origin and
hover at 10 meters waiting for further instruction (landing). If the battery drops to below 10%, you will get a voice alert.
4. What if I don't have cell service? Can I still fly Ghost?
You will need data to download the map of your flying area. For places without cell service, you can always download
your map in advance
1. What if I want a color other than black or white?
If we reach our stretch goal of $150K, we will be offering 5 new colors that start being shipped in Feb 2015. If you want
one of those, you can elect to have us ship you your done after January. Otherwise, you can receive a black or white
one by mid-Dec/end Jan.
2. What's special about your 2D gimbal? What if I prefer using my own gimbal?
Ghost's 2D gimbal excels at its stability, whether it has camera on or flies no-load. The 2D gimbal keeps shots extremely
steady and the camera pointed the same direction as Ghost banks and turns. It is compatible with all versions of GoPro
or camera with similar size, and can also work independently with power supply. There is no need to set up and adjust
You can definitely mount your own gimbal on Ghost out of box. Any type of GoPro-compatible 2D or 3D gimbal would work. No extra software or hardware update needed. We will also be offering
different gimbals (including 3D) in the future.
3. Is it possible to fly Ghost manually using RC controller?
The answer is Yes! Switching from autonomous to manual control is possible. We are developing Ghost customized
8 channel receiver. That being said, Ghost is not compatible with existing RC controllers. The reason for this is that
drones are prone to crashes when steered by RC controllers. To enhance steering safety and smooth manual control,
we decided to develop proprietary RC controllers.