The Laser230 is an all composite construction 230mm tree hugging FPV racing drone. The Laser230 has what is called a Clean-and-Dirty system, that uses vibration thimbles to isolate the motor and prop vibration from the FC and camera. The Clean-and-Dirty system lets you run tighter P.I.D’s and have a jello free video FPV session.
The arms support motor mounting from 16x19mm and 12mm spacing. The max prop size is 5inch and perfect for the 1704~2206 class motors. The durable composite construction comes with many provisions for mounting and straps, making install a snap. The frame has 8 vibration thimbles for isolation as well as a new forward-looking FPV camera mount between the frames. The Laser230 has some sleek looks with hot red anodized aluminum standoffs and a cool matte finish, making this a great little quad to zip around your local flying site.
• Composite construction
• Wide range of motor and power options
• Large secondary vibration isolation frame for more room and easier layout
• Compact size for proximity flying around obstacles
Height: 82mm with landing gear and center cage
4 x Motors 1506~2208
1 x Battery 800~1300mah 7.4~11.1V (2 or 3 cells Lipoly)
4 x Propellers up to 5in
4 x ESC’s 7~12A
1 x Multi-rotor Flight controller
4ch radio (6ch recommended for FPV and FC use)
FPV gear (optional)
Kapacita ( mAh )
Hmotnost ( g )
good frame for the price. flies well but a bit heavy (180g)Frame seems sturdy for composite structure and leaves some room for modification. However 5" propose are very tight fits, don't think you can put 6" somehow on this thing.Not a bad frame at all, great price too. There is no instructions but, it is really straightforward. I am concerned about the arm mounts at it is only 2 screws holding it, may break the arm in a crash. I have not seen any replacement parts for this one anywhere.Excellent frame. No complaints at all. Highly recommended.Okay, This frame is cheap and looks good. But out of 2 sets of motors only one fits. spacing on mounts fit multistars but not emax. 1806 motors cant Clear the bottom plate of the frame while on flight. i would not get this again i enjoy my fov250 and Qav 250 more.Good value and quality is nice however the clean/dirty design is a fatal weakness. Any minor crash results in separation of the two parts which will likely snap a few of the ESC wires too.
Nice idea but I'm going to replace the frame with a carbon mini-blackout clone.
As a side note mine weighed in at 550g with 3S2200mah and FPV gear (but no gopro/mobius). Feels a bit slugish with 1806-2300kv.high quality, nice design.Ok bought this to just have something better than the FPV250 sold here with the one solid frame for like 9 bucks. It's a nice frame clean all the bolt holes lines up and lots of hardware to. It is a little heavy but then it's a 4 plate frame, I was able to place my 12amp escs between the botom 2 plates for a nice clean look . The arms are a little weak but not broke them just can bend them some but its a good looking and feels as good as some of my more expensive frames . The rubber grommets holding the bottom fraam to top half are a little soft and loose so make sure use small zip ties to keep it from popping apart on crash or in flight. I placed a CC3d flight board on mine with Sunnysky 2204-16 2300kv motors and 12amp escs 5030 tri props and std props with a Mobus cam and 700tvl fpv camera and 250watt Bosscam transmitter and 1500 25/50c batt total weight loaded is 630 grams. flies 7 minutes.I've bought a Laser230 and I disappointed with it. 5X3 propellers can't fit of this frame the arms are shorter than normal. I made new arms for this but now it looks like a mule. I'm looking for a proper 250 size frame somewhere.The kit is OK and despite the arms being of the same, fairly thin material as the rest, my quad with "Baby Beast" motors and HK carbon 5030 props survived a pretty impressive scratch with no damage at all. The vibration dampening design is a joke though. Make the frame rigid by using nylon bolts & spacers through the 8 bolt holes next to the dampening balls instead or you get crazy shakes. Dampening is only needed for a small camera platform. For the money, it is great choice though.