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Drone Shop Canada has developed an external auxiliary extended battery hookup that DOES NOT require you to modify your batteries, DOES NOT require any modification to the Inspire 1. Works with all versions. The options for batteries to add are endless, Try a few different configurations and send us the...
Drone Shop Canada has developed an external auxiliary extended battery hookup that DOES NOT require you to modify your batteries, DOES NOT require any modification to the Inspire 1. Works with all versions. The options for batteries to add are endless, Try a few different configurations and send us the flight times you are getting! You can use this to extend flight times with any batteries. Don't spend hundreds getting them all modded. This does not void your warranty for the Inspire or the Battery (Just dint tell DJI you did it). Stealth install as they say.
We do not ave a battery carry tray yet... Stay Tuned, It will be a paid add on when it is available. To use the battery upgrade now we use hook and loop or and rubber bands for extra security.
This mod is great for getting extended flight times on the Inspire as well as safety in battery redundancy. If your main pack drops voltage quickly, goes into shutdown mode or fails otherwise the aux pack will still be connected and live giving you juice to land.
This will work with any standard 6S Lipo that you want to carry. As we try different brands and different capacities we will post the flight times. You can runs single or dual battery packs. You can also run dual 3S in series, add on the series connector if you want this setup instead.
This is for the wiring only. We will send you a link for the install instructions after purchase. A youtube video of how to do the install will also be made available. Tools needed are a T6 Torx screwdriver to remove and reinstall 3 screws.
Add on a Lipo Charger if you need one, and a battery holder. Due to shipping restrictions we have some batteries available but may not be able to get all sizes.
All of our posted flight times are indoors, at a hover about 3 feet from the ground not recording and with the x3 payload on an Inspire 1 V2.
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The CPS Accidental Drone Warranty covers full parts and labor on all internal hardware failure, as well as the extra added benefit of Accidental Damage Protection. This contract is specifically for drones used recreationally (consumer use only). Deductible applies at time of each claim.
The CPS Accidental Drone Warranty coverage begins on the end user’s date of purchase, plus 30 days. For example, if the customer purchase a Drone with a 2 year CPS plan, they will receive 2 total years from date of purchase, plus 30 days. There is a 30 days claims hold to prevent DOAs or manufacturer defects, and CPS coverage will begin on day 31. Any claims that occur during that first 30 days would not be covered under this plan.
You would need to purchase coverage at the same time as you are purchasing your drone. The drone and warranty needs to be on the same invoice in order to qualify for CPS coverage.
CPS covers all major manufacturers (i.e. DJI, Parrot, Walkera, Yuneec, etc.).
No, the coverage has to be on the same invoice as the drone.
Yes, thats is what this coverage is designed for! It covers physical damage, excessive damage, impact damage, water damage, and everything in between.
This contract will not cover lost or stolen products, or any add on accessories (not included in the original box from the manufacturer).
If the camera or gimbal is included in the box from the manufacturer, then yes, the CPS warranty will cover it as well (for example: the DJI Inspire 1). If the camera/gimbal was added on as an accessory, and wasn’t included in the original box, then the CPS coverage would not cover it it (i.e. DJI Matrice).
Replacing the drone’s propellers is a maintenance issue and is not covered under warranty. Propellers are user replaceable parts.
Batteries are consumables and are not covered under warranty.
Great question! CPS will cover the remote (that was included in the box from the manufacturer) for full parts and labor on any hardware malfunctions, as well as any accidental damage claims.
Your warranty covers the drone’s original specifications (as sold to by you to your end user). Any modifications made to your customer’s device that would void the original manufacturer’s warranty, would not be covered under their CPS Accidental Drone Warranty.
Filing a claim is easy! You can contact Drone Shop Canada or CPS by phone or email to file a claim. You also can file a claim directly through your CPS Client Care account, and via the chat on CPS website. You would need to submit your CPS Membership ID # to file a claim, the drone’s serial #, along with a copy of your original purchase receipt.
After providing the deductible payment, you will be directed to ship your product at your expense to a CPS’s repair facility. It may be fixed locally depending on if there is a CPS authorized repair facility near you.
Yes it will! The coverage will remain in place until the contract expires, or unless the drone is replaced under warranty.
You can file unlimited claims on their product, but coverage will cap out once the repair costs reach the original purchase price of their product.
If CPS cannot fix the drone, CPS will replace it. CPS also will offer you the option of a check for the cost of the replacement.
Unfortunately no, once the drone is replaced the CPS contract is considered fulfilled. You can purchase a new Drone Warranty for their replacement unit.
Unfortunately no, if a unit is lost, the CPS warranty coverage would be voided.
You absolutely can. Transferring ownership is simple via the CPS Customer Experience Department. Please note, a $25.00 transfer fee will apply.
This plan will only cover drones used recreationally (consumer use only). Unfortunately we do not have coverage for commercial products at this time.