Overview Your Skydio X2 drone and battery are not considered household waste. Dispose of e-waste and lithium polymer batteries properly in accordance with your local laws and regulations. Visit the EPA or your country's environmental regulatory agency website for more information about disposal and recycling options for batteries. Quick Steps To dispose of your Skydio battery: Lithium batteries must be disposed of at e-waste collection points or battery-recycling drop-off locations. Take care...

Overview                                       Skydio X2E batteries are seated using magnets that may potentially attract metallic debris.  Prior to installing your battery, visually inspect the magnets and connector pins, to ensure that they are clean and free of debris or damage. DO NOT use if damage has occurred to magnets or connector pins. Quick Steps Charging your batteries using Skydio Dual Charger The Dual Charger is capable of simultaneously providing current to two batteries. Howeve...

Overview Skydio will not force an update for your system, however, for optimal performance, we recommend keeping your Skydio system up-to-date. If flying your Skydio X2E as part of a larger fleet or organization, follow your organization’s update guidelines. If an update is available, you will see a red notification icon on the INFO tab.   Quick Steps To update your Skydio X2E: Step 1 - Power on your Skydio X2E and Skydio Enterprise Controller Step 2 - Select INFO Step 3 - Select you...

Overview The four hard stops are located where the motor arms connect to Skydio X2E chassis and are used to lock the arms in place to prevent over-extension during assembly. A routine preflight inspection should include the hard stops to ensure that they are in good working condition.  If the motor arms are not parallel to the chassis when fully extended, this is an indication that the hard stop is damaged and should be replaced.   Quick Steps Replace your X2E hard stops: ...

Overview The Skydio X2E Propeller Kit is an additional add-on available for purchase on Skydio.com. The kit includes everything you will need to replace your propellers. 6 x clockwise (CW) propellers 6 x counter-clockwise (CCW) propellers 12 x replacement propeller screws A routine preflight inspection should include the propellers to ensure that they are in good working condition. For optimal performance, Skydio recommends replacing your propellers after 100 hours of flight time or...

Overview Routine preflight maintenance should include an inspection of the arm clamps as they may loosen over time. This process involves loosening and tightening the tension bolts using the torque driver included with your X2E. Tension Bolt Set Screw Tension Bolt  Torque Driver tool   Quick Steps To loosen and tighten the tension bolts: Step 1 - Release the arm clamp Step 2 - Lift the motor arm out and away from the body until they are fully extended Step 3 - ...

Overview Skydio X2E comes with two memory cards preinstalled, one for storing media and one for recording logs. Each card will occasionally need to be cleared of data and reformatted.  Before reformatting ensure that any data is safely transferred. Quick Steps To clear data and reformat your memory card: Step 1 - Power on your Skydio Enterprise Controller   Step 2 - Wait for X2E to connect   Step 3 - Select INFO   Step 4 - Select your X2E under Paired Devices Step 5 -...