Dimension: 23mmX16mmX5mm (0.9inX0.63inX0.20in) Weight: 2.3gi0.08ozjwith all the signal wires and JST connector
2.8gi0.10ozjwith all the signal wires and JR connector Power Supply: 4.5V ~ 6.0V Current Draw: 10mA (4.5V) Indicator: Green/Red to show that status of gyro setting Function: Bicolor LED, setup adjustment and single rate gain adjustment. Sensor: piezo sensor Max Angular Rateideg/secjF+/- 300 Response Rate: 50Hz Linearity %FSF+/--5 % Operating Temperature:-5? ~ 75?
How is this gyro compared to these ones? which one do you think is the best for a HK 450 GT PRO? If possible please provide detailed information for the differences between these gyros 1) Turnigy Head Lock & Standard Gyro (Digital/Analog) 2) HobbyKing GA-250 MINI-MEMS Gyro 3) Hobby King 401B AVCS Digital Head Lock Gyro 4) Assan GA-410 Tail Lock Gyro
the orangerx 3 axis gyro is what youd want and you can lose more weifht dropping the orange case down to 7.1 grams under airplanes then scoll down to stabilization its made for delta and vtail and can be turned on off by remote aux switch
I have a home built "kind of" three motors heli. I would like to control pitch and roll during vertical lift. My system is Futaba skysport 6, 3 Turnigy ESC and 6S lipo pack. Can you help to select gyros or flymentor that works with my system. Your help is greatly appreciated.
Anyone have advice on installing on AT6 (http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewIte m.asp?idProduct=14553)
I had one before now im on the second one, but it is a bastard with tip stalling tendencies, it is a very pitch sensitive aircraft. Will elevator gyro help?
The end which the wires exit a gyro is usually the "back"of it, with the trim pots facing up.
The top of the gyro stays facing up to. So as pictured above it would operate on the YAW axis of your plane / heli. Turn it on either side and it will operate the pitch, or turn it so the wires face down with the dials facing the front of back of the aircraft to control the roll axis.
Of course you should verify gryo direction before flying to ensure that it isn't reversed.
you can use this gyro regardless of transmitter or receiver (as long as it uses a normal servo signal).
just plug it between receiver and servo.
this gyro doesn't have any settings that can be chaged via transmitter.
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Hi, the gyro plugs straight into the channel you want to control then to the servo. It doesn't need an extra channel as it doesn't have variable rates etc. Just make sure you put a little epoxy on the wire joints as they are pretty fragile. :)
I have a home built (kindof) 3-motors heli and want to use gyro or some other sensor to control roll and pitch. Do you have any suggstion? My Rx is futaba skysport 6 and Turnigy ESC with 6s lipo pack. Your help is greatly appriciated.
Sorry bud, unless your car has wings and it'll fly or hoover... You have no use for a gyro.... It only works for planes and copters that pivits, pitch and rolls... Don't buy it you'll be wasting money.. Hope I helped.
Yes sure, its a headlock gyro, but using piezo sensor on it, more cheaper than sensor used on futaba gy401 or align gyros. Piezo sensor is more sensitive on vibration, so you should use double side tape for reducing the vibration
It doesn't seem to work. I plug it to a servo, both leds are on, and the servo doesn't move at all, not by moving the gyro and not by moving the sticks on the remote. Tried to turn the screws to both directions and still nothing. HELP!
you setup is correct. check to see if servo is dead with a spare servo. if 2nd servo doesn't work your gyro is dead and you need a new one. Is your servo digital? i'm not sure if this gyro supports digital servos.
I get 3 of this gyros. Does anybody know the exactly different between the BA-G2H1 and the BA-G2J1 type of these? I have ordered 3 and get 2 BA-G2H1 and one BA-G2J1 and they working different. the J-Type is not so sensitive like the H-Type....
From what I read the only difference between the H and J is the connector type, H is normal and J is micro servo connector.
The image on the HK site shows J on the packaging while H is written on the gyro, that's how I received mine, so I guess the packaging is mislabeled.
Try turning up the gain on the one not so sensetive.
It's pretty much the same thing... they both give servo input until the deviation from a reference is zero. This allows them to lock the tail in one direction, which is the same to say it keeps the heading constant.
I recieved my 2nd one today,1st was a no good. both versions i recieved are not like the pictured version in as much as the windows for adjustments are round and no way in hell do they line up with the screws. come on BA lift your game,you are getting a bad name on quality control.
I install this tiny gyro on the flying wing to stabilise the roll. It works great at 60pcnt gain setting.Off course diffrent models demand different settings. For a test, I tried also a 100pcnt gain setting, but after some rocking the model form one side to another (during the flight) the model goes wild as gyro react to prompt and couldnt stabilise model.
So 60pcnt looks fine for me. I will try this gyro also in a HLG model for the pitch stabilization.
Great little gizmo!
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I am using this Gyro in my Dragonfly 4 boardless Heli with BL TailRotor. The gyro is working perfect and the Setup is very simple and easy. The cables are very very small - a little bit too small -)
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Excellent little gyro, tried it on mini heli. Very fragile wires, but I attached the gyro to the receiver using shrink tubing which protects the thin wires.
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Great little gyro, very light weight, works better than more expensive brand-name gyros I have tried. Very fast response!
Only gave 4 stars because I ordered 2 and one of them did not work properly, not worth it to send back for such a small item.
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I am installing the (PID 4320) BA Nano Gyro 2.3gram into my Walkera 4#3B Full Brushless with 4#3 Gearing 10T pinion with the 10.5gram Feigao 1208428 12x22mm 10,430kv main motor driven by the (PID 4318) TURNIGY Plush 6A /.8bec/6g Speed Controller and the (PID 7230) hexTronik 2 gram Brushless Outrunner 7700kv driven by the (PID 7184) TGY DP 3A 1S 1g Brushlesh Controller, Weight is the key, I have bypassed the internal gyro in the 4in1 more later..