1. Make sure all the components are in good order.
3. Connect the gimbal control cable to the LB2’s external gimbal port.
4. Connect CANBUS cable to the GPS CANBUS port.
5. Carefully thread both cables through the rubber grommet in the base frame.
6. Re attach the top cover – reconnect the fan’s cable if you’ve disconnected it.
7. Remove the bottom frame power cables cover and thread the two gimbal and CANBUS cable through.
8. Install the clamps the CF plate.
Use M3 x 5.5mm with additional blue loctite.
Fixed clamps towards the front ( rubber grommet)
Adjustable clamps towards the rear as pictured.
9. Align the extender arms as pictured and use M3 x 5.5mm bolts with additional blue loctite.
10. Install and secured as pictured with the arms angled towards the front (rubber grommet).
11. Insert rubber dampers.
12. Use screw driver to attach retainer arm (s)
Use M2 x 5mm Phillip head screws.
1 arm for X5.
2 arms for X5R
0 arm for X3 and XT.
13. Attach gimbal connecting plate to the 4 rubber dampers.
14. Remove front stabilizer bar.
15. Install X3 / X5 gimbal set.
Use M3 x 7.5mm bolts with additional blue loctite.
16. Connect gimbal control cable and CANBUS cable to the adapter mount.
Connect the Yellow power connector to the 18V output on the power base.
Reinstall the power cable cover on the M600 base.
17. Connect the X5 and appropriate lens and turn on Power to the M600 and RC.
18. This is the screen you will get on boot up.
19. Adjust bandwidth allocation to 80:20
Select App output to EXT
20. Now you will have the gimbal image via the App and PIP (if you use two cameras setup like I did) via the HDMI output.
You can choose to display any one of the two cameras via the App by simply selecting either LB ( pilot cam) or EXT (X5 camera) at anytime.
21. Pilot Cam’s view via GO App simply by selecting LB signal to App.
The original Part 1 of the step by step M600 build thread can be found here:
Enjoy and safe assembling.