GS800 Controller HEGGS801



Rating Voltage:DC4.8~8.4V
Temperature Range:-20°C~65°C (-4°~140°F )
Operating Current Consumption:55mA@ 6V(ROLL)
Operating Current Consumption:40mA@ 6V(PAN)
Maximum Control range:(ROLL) ±30° 
Maximum Control range:(PAN) ±90° 
Maximum Control range:(TILT) ±90°
Maximum Control rotation Speed:(ROLL) 60°/ s
Maximum Control rotation Speed:(PAN) 150°/ s
Maximum Control rotation Speed:(TILT) 150°/ s
Dimension:42.7x 30 x 14.2mm
GS800 gimbal controller is a 3-axis gimbal control system featuring superior processing power. with high stability and excellent precision. The system must be used in conjunction with Align's APS Gyro v1.2. The gimbal control system consist of 5 working modes: 3 axis automatic correction, 2 axis auto neutralization, 3 axis auto neutralization, 3 axis neutral, manual, and rescue mode. Camera zoom and shutter control function can also be controlled through the GS800 controller. Only a few steps is needed to complete the simple setup process. The controller is also capable of connecting with Spektrum/JR satellites, as well as Futaba S-BUS standard.
1. High stability, high precision 3 axis gimbal control system.
2.Equipped with 5 operating modes to meet various aerial photography needs.
Mode 1: 3 axis automatic correction
Mode 2: 2 axis auto neutralization
Mode 3: 3 axis auto neutralization
Mode 4: Manual mode
Mode 5: Rescue Mode
3.Simple setup; only two steps are needed to complete the setup process.
4.Unique Survival Mode: minimizes photo equipment damage during accidents.
5.Support camera zoom in / zoom out function
6.Support shutter control; the GS800 can be used to relay transmitter control signal to control shutter by following the instruction manual to connect shutter cable to GS800 controller.
7.Supports Futaba S-BUS, Spektrum and JR satellite receivers
8.Upgradeable programming interface allowing upgrading of new software through interface cable.
9.Must be used with Align’s APS Gyro and 3GX flybarless system, allowing gimbal control system to achieve high stability and superior controllability.