Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF) (Mode 2)
This is Chaotic. What a way to go with this extreme 3D flying quad. There is no telling what you can do with this quad from slow stable (well semi stable) flight to buzzing around upside down for 3D flying with flips and rolls thrown in just for fun of it.
It comes with all the great gear for flying out of the box. The Chaotic is completely fitted out with the Quanum Madcow flight controller driving 2212-1300kv motors, Afro 30A ESC’s and big Gemfan 3D 8” propellers. Orange T-Six 2.4GHz Transmitter with ORX R415X Receiver. Electronics are covered in a vibrant polycarbonate shell for extra protection and easy orientation.
The Madcow flight controller comes preset with three flight modes.
Veal mode: (Stabilized mode) 0 – 100% of the throttle range corresponds to normal motor rotation only. In this mode the multi-rotor will maintain level balance automatically while roll and pitch are centered. The multi-rotor will not flip and roll and the angel of tilt is limited.
Grilling mode: (Acro Stabilized mode) 0% - 100% of the throttle range corresponds to normal motor rotation only. In this mode the multi-rotor will maintain level balance automatically while roll and pitch are centered. The multi-rotor will still flip and roll and the angle of tilt is not limited. This is often called “horizon” or “ratititude” mode but is not capable of inverted flight.
Madcow mode: (3D stabilized mode) 0% - 50% of the throttle range corresponds to reversed motor rotation, 50% - 100% range of the throttle corresponds to normal rotation. In this mode the multi-rotor will maintain level balance automatically while roll and pitch are centered. This is often called “horizon” or “ratittude” mode but with added reversing of motors for inverted flight.
3D flying - the Chaotic way to fly.
• Tough and light weight carbon fiber frame
• Large 400mm wheelbase
• Quanum Madcow flight controller for 3D flying
• Bi-directional 8” 3D carbon reinforced propellers
• Three stabilization modes – Veal (Stabilized), Grilling (Acro), Madcow (3D)
• OrangeRx T-Six 2.4GHz Transmitter with OrangeRX R415X Receiver
Weight: 627g (without battery)
Motor: 2212 1300KV (DJI slot style shaft)
ESC: Afro ESC 30 Amp (SimonK firmware)
Flight Controller: Quanum Madcow 3D
Propellers: Gemfan Bi-directional 8in 3D Carbon Reinforced Propeller set CW/CCW Multirotor (DJI slot style)
Power distribution board: HobbyKing mini PDB with XT60 Connector
Transmitter: OrangeRx T-SIX 2.4GHz DSM 2 compatible 6CH Transmitter – Mode 2
Receiver: OrangeRx 415X
1 x Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad RTF
1 x Orange 2.4GHz Transmitter 6CH – Mode 2
1 x Manual
1 x Sticker set
1 x Velcro Tape
2 x Gemfan Bidirectional 8” Propellers (CW)
2 x Gemfan Bidirectional 8” Propellers (CCW)
4 x “AA” Batteries (for transmitter)
1 x Battery 4S 1800~2200mAh LiPoly pack
Hmotnost ( g )
Just got mine today. Was shipped well and protected. Looked over all the carbon fiber and plastics, wonderful job great look. Took the canopy off to double check connections. Watch the mad cow controller connectors one of mine was half way out. I went with the rtf version so take the reciever antenna out of the zip tie on the frame and let it point back. Everything looked to be already set up on the transmitter. Bound to the quad no problem. Haven't flown it let but have only armed it on the living room floor with a 4s 2200. I do like how after you arm it just a touch of the throttle spools the motors to an idle until you disarm, how a quad should be. Will update after the first flight. And yes the props are hardened they are breakable if mishandled wrong or bent.Well after reporting this, I was told no spares available... so I will just deal with it. Another find was the garbage fragile props....BEWARE!!! I snapped 2 blades just removing them from the motors. They are serious rubbish. Now I need to find a replacement. Tried Neo V2s .... could bore correct hole... but hub is too thick. I may need to grind down so prop nut will have some threads exposed to tighten on to. The saga continues.... still no flight.Received mine today, overall looks decent, but found one boom to be factory reject for quality with a poor rework. Surface pits and delamination of the carbon boom, then surface grinding. Unacceptable garbage. I have opened a request with HK for a new boom. We will see what happens.