I added some photos of the current cover. The current V2 cover clips on but is not as snug as I would like. New version of the cover coming soon and I'll update the Description soon.
Update 5 - removed camera mount, mad cover lighter, and added an area to mount the Naza on top of the XuGong V2 directly in the center of gravity of the motors. Next version - adding a spot to mount the GPS next to the Naza.
Update 4 - better fit and cleaner look.
Update 2 - fits to snug: directions to fit the cover to the xugong are at the bottom of the page.
Easy snap on and snap off cover for the XuGong V2. This should help to prevent debris and moisture from landing directly on the main pcb. There's also a small stand with mounting holes to attach a camera or any other electronics. Simply cover the rest of the holes with tape to ensure the top is sealed.
Also, I left room in the front of the cover so the wires and plugs coming out of the PCB in the front have room. Beware that the wires will be forced downwards but does have room to slip back out the bottom between the cover and the frame. There is also room in the back for the battery connection from the PCB.
WARNING: This cover limits the folding of the XuGong V2 arms. Arms will not be able to fold all the way in, but if you snap off the cover then you're good to go.
Weight: Around 25 grams
Thickness: Around 1.5mm
Screw Holes: 2mm in diameter
Directions for version 2 of the cover:
I just received my first cover. Currently, the cover fits a little to snug. To make the cover fit, follow the below instructions and trim the plastic with a razer blade knife:
1) The 4 tabs inside of the cover need to be trimmed back about 1 to 2 millimeters.
2) If the sides of the cover are to snug around the arms of the xugong just trim back a millimeter of plastic.
3) The battery connection on the PCB of the xugong may prevent the cover from snapping all the way down. I just trimmed a half circle into the plastic of the cover where the wires come out of the PCB.