Skywalker X5-PRO Professional Mapping Survey FPV Plane

Hello! I am sales from Skywalker Technology Co., Ltd. 
Recently, we launch new professional mapping survey aircraft, Skywalker X5-PRO. Now, let me take eye feast about this aircraft.




  • Adopted EPO material, light and sturdy.
  • Large capacity cabin, reasonable area distribution,such as parachute cabin, camera slot, GPS and other professional platform.
  • Stable and flexible flying.
  • Module design, disassemble and assemble easily and conveniently.
  • Special winglet design, small resistance, long range, precise operation.


  • Wingspan:1280mm
  • Fuselage length:717mm
  • Wing area:44dm2
  • Flying weight:1800-2500g

Recommended Cofiguration

  • Motor:2816KV840
  • ESC:70A
  • Servo:12g*2pcs
  • Propeller:1060E
  • Battery:4S 5300mah
  • Radio:3CH 2SERVO



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  • Ok, good to know !
    Interested in maiden flight now :-) which camera will you put inside ?
  • Thank you. It is working now.

    This PNP version, with Pixhawk, buzzer, safety button, gps module, telemetry and receiver weights 1.384 g.

  • Piwhawk support only ppm. As I see in picture, you didn't connect it to ppm.
    You have to put the cable on ppm which is on ch1/ppm. You don't specify which radio you are using and you have to set ppm option on your radio.

    Could you share total weight without camera ?
  • Hello guys,

    I end up buying one of these wings, that I’ll be using for surveying. As long as this is my first build, I’ve been reading a lot about the RC world in order to gather enough information for this project.

    I am building this plane using a Pixhawk 2.4.8, purchased from Banggood.

    I have already connected all components I will be using to the board and I have flashed it with the latest firmware via Mission Planner. Everything seems ok.

    Although, I’m having a hard time to get my transmiter speaking with the Pixhawk. My set up, as it sits now, is shown in picture and video attached.The receiver is a FlySky IA6B and it's bounded with the transmiter.

    When I connect the board into Mission Planer, I have no radio readings. All channels bars are completely gray, no green bar are
    shown. What I am missing here? I've tryeded to connect them via usb cable and by the telemetry, without sucess .

    Another question I have it's relative to the ESC and servos connections. Do I have to remove the red wire from mine ESC to connect it to output ports? And servos's ones?

    Really appreciate any help.

    Video link


  • Thank you, it's very heavy for a 1200mm wingspan !
    An fx61 + esc + motor + pixhawk + servo + power module + telemetry + gps is aroubd 1kg
  • The weight of Skywalker X5PRO PNP version is about 1.38KG.
  • But what is the most important is to get the weight of the foam itself. People interested in this kind of frame would like to make a lightweight platform like parrot disco. You just put the flying weight which is not intersting with your setup for this kind of frame.

    For 1800 - 2500kg AUW, I will go to another platform like 1500-1600mm wingspan (For example : fx-61 or X6). What is the weight of the frame itself ?

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  • Yes, I have skype, that is

  • Hi Ellen, 

    I am interested in your from, do you have skype?

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