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6 Flight Limits
All unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) operators should abide by all regulations from such organizations as the ICAO
(International Civil Aviation Organization) and their own national airspace regulations. For safety reasons, the ight limits
function is enabled by default to help users use this product safely and legally. The ight limits function includes height,
distance limits and No Fly Zones.
In Ready to Fly mode, height, distance limits and No Fly Zones work together to manage ight. In Ready to Fly (non-GPS)
status, only height limits work and ights cannot go higher than 120m.
Default parameters in Assistant are compliant within the denitions of class G ruled by ICAO. (Refer to Airspace
Denition to get more details). As each country has its own rules, make sure to congure these parameters to
comply with these rules before ying.
6.1 Max Height & Radius Limits
Max Height & Radius limits ying height and distance. Conguration can be done in the Phantom 2 Vision+ Assistant
(Figure 56). Once complete, your Phantom will y in a restricted cylinder (Figure 57).
Ready to Fly Green ashing
Limits DJI VISION App Rear LED ight indicator
Flight height must be under
the set height.
Warning: Height limit
Flight distance must be within
the max radius.
Warning: Distance limit
Rapid red ashin
when close to
the max radius limit.
Ready to Fly(non-GPS) Yellow ashing
Flight Limits DJI VISION App Rear LED ight indicator
Max Height Flight height restricted to 120m and under. Warning: Height limit reached. None.
Max Radius No limits
If you y out of the limit, you can still control the Phantom, but cannot y it further.
If the Phantom flies out of the max radius in Ready to Fly (non-GPS) mode, it will fly back within range
6.2 Flight Restriction of Restricted Areas
Restricted areas include airports worldwide. All restricted areas are listed on the DJI ofcial website at http://www.dji.
com/y-safe/category-mc. Restricted areas are divided into category A and category B. Category A areas cover major
international airport such as LAX and Heathrow, while category B areas includes smaller airports.
Height of aircraft
when powered on