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Damping assembly guide for the M300

Purpose: This article will help you to figure out how to install the dampening system on your M300.
Last Updated: December 2022

 The damping assembly guide for the M300 will give you precision answers for precision navigation.

Components required:

  • DJI – Standard damping on M300 RTK
  • Gremsy – Damping extension for Pixy WS

There are four adapter bundles in the box of the damping extension:

Indirect Fire Control

Commonly used in simulating fieldwork, Indirect Fire Control is a method of aiming and firing some projectile where the operator does not rely on a direct line of sight between the target and the turret. Indirect Fire Control systems have incorporated optical data to stabilize heading drift without needing GPS/GNSS receivers. The OptoAHRS-II by Inertial Labs was developed in response and had algorithms set especially for use with artillery in the training field.

Indirect Fire Control

Commonly used in simulating fieldwork, Indirect Fire Control is a method of aiming and firing some projectile where the operator does not rely on a direct line of sight between the target and the turret. Indirect Fire Control systems have incorporated optical data to stabilize heading drift without needing GPS/GNSS receivers. The OptoAHRS-II by Inertial Labs was developed in response and had algorithms set especially for use with artillery in the training field.

Assembly instructions:

Step 1. Separate the standard damping from the M300 RTK

Inertial Labs RESEPI Remote Sensing Payload Instrument - There are 4 adapter bundles in the box of the damping extension
Separate the standard damping from the M300 RTK
Inertial Labs RESEPI Remote Sensing Payload Instrument - Separate the standard damping from the DJI M300 RTK

Step 2. Note the marked position of the standard damping as shown below

Inertial Labs RESEPI Remote Sensing Payload Instrument - Note the marked position of the standard damping as shown on image
Note the marked position

Step 3. Remove silicone balls from the standard damping

Inertial Labs RESEPI Remote Sensing Payload Instrument - Remove silicone balls from the standard damping
Remove silicone balls

Step 4. Assemble the “adapter bundle 1” into the “position 1” as marked in Step 2

Inertial Labs RESEPI Remote Sensing Payload Instrument - Assemble the “adapter bundle 1” into the “position 1” as marked in Step 2
Assemble the “adapter bundle 1” into the “position 1”

Step 5. Assemble the “adapter bundle 2” into the “position 2” as marked in Step 2

Inertial Labs RESEPI Remote Sensing Payload Instrument - Assemble the “adapter bundle 2” into the “position 2” as marked in Step 2
Assemble the “adapter bundle 2” into the “position 2”

Step 6. Assemble the “adapter bundle 3” into the “position 3” as marked in step 2

Inertial Labs RESEPI Remote Sensing Payload Instrument - Assemble the “adapter bundle 3” into the “position 3” as marked in step 2
Assemble the “adapter bundle 3” into the “position 3”

Step 7. Assemble the “adapter bundle 4” into the “position 4” as marked in step 2

Inertial Labs RESEPI Remote Sensing Payload Instrument - Assemble the “adapter bundle 4” into the “position 4” as marked in step 2
Assemble the “adapter bundle 4” into the “position 4”

Step 8. Complete the damping for gPort & Pixy WS

Inertial Labs RESEPI Remote Sensing Payload Instrument - Complete the damping for gPort & Pixy WS
Complete the damping for gPort & Pixy WS

For more details on the damping assenbly guide, please email support@inertiallabs.com. For more information, please see the damping system manufacturer’s website: gremsy.com

For any additional questions, please email support@inertiallabs.com

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