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Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (P&P)

Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (P&P)

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Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (P&P)

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. Just add the transmitter and receiver of your choice. 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. 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.

Features:
• 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)

Specs:
Wheelbase: 400mm
Weight: 613g (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

Included:
1 x Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad P&P
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)

Required:
1 x Battery 4S 1800~2200mAh LiPoly pack
1 x 5~6CH Transmitter and receiver

  • SKU 9171000848-0
  • Brand Quanum
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight(g) 1586.00
  • Length 390.00
  • Width 150.00
  • Height 380.00
  • Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad
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Just purchased a bundled PP deal and I am enjoying this smooth flying proprietary MadCow FC airframe very much. It flies very smooth, the setup is very easy and it has lots of power. 3D mode takes some getting used to as I am just been getting my throttle curve dialed in on the stick. I have changed from full "u" curve to a little less , similiar to how I would setup stunt 1 on a heli.... the reversing is Not so similiar as collective. We may try a collective quad next!
This quad is a bargain for the pp edition and noticed they have a rtf edition on clearance now too. For the price or better of a toy quad you get the real deal in an excellent ez to use package . It doesnt get much better!

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Just purchased a bundled PP deal and I am enjoying this smooth flying proprietary MadCow FC airframe very much. It flies very smooth, the setup is very easy and it has lots of power. 3D mode takes some getting used to as I am just been getting my throttle curve dialed in on the stick. I have changed from full "u" curve to a little less , similiar to how I would setup stunt 1 on a heli.... the reversing is Not so similiar as collective. We may try a collective quad next!
This quad is a bargain for the pp edition and noticed they have a rtf edition on clearance now too. For the price or better of a toy quad you get the real deal in an excellent ez to use package . It doesnt get much better!

Just purchased a bundled PP deal and I am enjoying this smooth flying proprietary MadCow FC airframe very much. It flies very smooth, the setup is very easy and it has lots of power. 3D mode takes some getting used to as I am just been getting my throttle curve dialed in on the stick. I have changed from full "u" curve to a little less , similiar to how I would setup stunt 1 on a heli.... the reversing is Not so similiar as collective. We may try a collective quad next!
This quad is a bargain for the pp edition and noticed they have a rtf edition on clearance now too. For the price or better of a toy quad you get the real deal in an excellent ez to use package . It doesnt get much better!

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Just purchased a bundled PP deal and I am enjoying this smooth flying proprietary MadCow FC airframe very much. It flies very smooth, the setup is very easy and it has lots of power. 3D mode takes some getting used to as I am just been getting my throttle curve dialed in on the stick. I have changed from full "u" curve to a little less , similiar to how I would setup stunt 1 on a heli.... the reversing is Not so similiar as collective. We may try a collective quad next!
This quad is a bargain for the pp edition and noticed they have a rtf edition on clearance now too. For the price or better of a toy quad you get the real deal in an excellent ez to use package . It doesnt get much better!

Hello,
Finally, I am arrived to program the flightcontroller Madcow.
To arrive there, I proceeded in the following way:
1 - Bind the transmitter with the receiver (6 ways minimum).
2 - Mark and Unplug the ESC M1 M2 M3 M4 on the controller Madcow.
3* - Modify the USB cable by cutting the RED WIRE of the Pin 1 (+ 5V) and isolate it so as to avoid a short circuit with the mass drain, and then, prepare an external SUPPLY 5 V.
4-- Connect the receiver to the controller Madow according the notice. {Grnd 5V Aileron} on Receiver Aileron Function Ailerons. Elevator on Pin signal Receiver Elevator Function Elevator. Throttle on pin signal Recever Throttle Function Throttle. Rudder on pin signal Recever Rudder Function Rudder. Aux1 on pin signal Aux1** Receiving Function FligtModes (switch 3 Pos) Aux2 on pin signal Aux2** or Gear *** Receiver Function Arm / Disarm (switch 2 Pos)
5-- Switch on the Transmiter.
6* - Switch on the controller Madcow with a independent tension 5 V on the BEC pin.
7-- Open the programming assitant Madcow and link the USB cable modified.
8-- Proceed to the programming according to the supplied notice.
9-- Switch off the receiver and the emitter, and plug the 4 ESC on the Madcow controller.
The MADCOW 3D is now ready to fly.
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* The USB port of the computer can not power the controller Madcow and the receiver at the same time, for this it is
necessary to connect the Lipo 4S battery, which probably causes a conflict of voltages between the USB power supply
and ESC Bec. This disturbs the programming.
** Program your transmitter to: Assign a 3 Positions switch to the AUX1 channel (FlightModes): Pos 1 Mode 1 (1100 µS) Pos 2 Mode 2 (1500 µS) Pos 3 Mode 3 (1900 µS)

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Hello,
Finally, I am arrived to program the flightcontroller Madcow.
To arrive there, I proceeded in the following way:
1 - Bind the transmitter with the receiver (6 ways minimum).
2 - Mark and Unplug the ESC M1 M2 M3 M4 on the controller Madcow.
3* - Modify the USB cable by cutting the RED WIRE of the Pin 1 (+ 5V) and isolate it so as to avoid a short circuit with the mass drain, and then, prepare an external SUPPLY 5 V.
4-- Connect the receiver to the controller Madow according the notice. {Grnd 5V Aileron} on Receiver Aileron Function Ailerons. Elevator on Pin signal Receiver Elevator Function Elevator. Throttle on pin signal Recever Throttle Function Throttle. Rudder on pin signal Recever Rudder Function Rudder. Aux1 on pin signal Aux1** Receiving Function FligtModes (switch 3 Pos) Aux2 on pin signal Aux2** or Gear *** Receiver Function Arm / Disarm (switch 2 Pos)
5-- Switch on the Transmiter.
6* - Switch on the controller Madcow with a independent tension 5 V on the BEC pin.
7-- Open the programming assitant Madcow and link the USB cable modified.
8-- Proceed to the programming according to the supplied notice.
9-- Switch off the receiver and the emitter, and plug the 4 ESC on the Madcow controller.
The MADCOW 3D is now ready to fly.
==============================================================================================
* The USB port of the computer can not power the controller Madcow and the receiver at the same time, for this it is
necessary to connect the Lipo 4S battery, which probably causes a conflict of voltages between the USB power supply
and ESC Bec. This disturbs the programming.
** Program your transmitter to: Assign a 3 Positions switch to the AUX1 channel (FlightModes): Pos 1 Mode 1 (1100 µS) Pos 2 Mode 2 (1500 µS) Pos 3 Mode 3 (1900 µS)

Picked up this quad during a Black Friday sale and it's a lot of quad for the money. Flies great once you get it sorted. I only fly it 2D.
First, as noted by everyone else, the supplied Gemfan props are junk. Not only are they brittle and break very easily, even when holding them to tighten the retaining nuts, but have a pitch that appears to be much higher then the advertised 4.5. With these props the quad required a lot of throttle to hover and used excessive battery. After switching to 2D HQ 8x4.5 props it flew much better with less current draw related to lower motor RPM. Next I'll test 9443 "DJI style" props designed to fit this type of motor. Using a 3S 3,000mAh 25C battery, the climb rate and horizontal speed were very impressive. It's designed to fit a 2,200 size battery so the lower cover has to modified or removed to fit a larger battery.
The biggest issue I found with this quad, and one that caused mine to take off and flip over after arming, and caused at least one other verified Chaotic owner to accidentally cut up their fingers on the props when they shattered after it flipped from the same cause, is the fact that the Madcow flight controller registers the quad's resting or launching position after the battery is connected instead of when the motors are armed.
There's a green light at the front top of the Madcow FC that blinks rapidly after battery connection then slower for about 3 seconds. It's during this 3 seconds that the FC is registering the "resting" position of the quad. If the quad is moved after the registration process is completed, it will try to correct its position to whatever was was actually registered immediately upon arming and initializing the motors. Before understanding this quirk in the FC firmware, this caused my Chaotic and others to take off uncontrollably and crash after arming. Or the motors would simply start spooling up slowly until the quad would flip unless the motors where disarmed or you lifted off.
YOU MUST PLACE THE QUAD ON THE GROUND TO ITS LAUNCH POSITION IMMEDIATELY AFTER CONNECTING THE BATTERY. As long as you do this every time and don't touch the quad after setting it down, you should be ok.

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Picked up this quad during a Black Friday sale and it's a lot of quad for the money. Flies great once you get it sorted. I only fly it 2D.
First, as noted by everyone else, the supplied Gemfan props are junk. Not only are they brittle and break very easily, even when holding them to tighten the retaining nuts, but have a pitch that appears to be much higher then the advertised 4.5. With these props the quad required a lot of throttle to hover and used excessive battery. After switching to 2D HQ 8x4.5 props it flew much better with less current draw related to lower motor RPM. Next I'll test 9443 "DJI style" props designed to fit this type of motor. Using a 3S 3,000mAh 25C battery, the climb rate and horizontal speed were very impressive. It's designed to fit a 2,200 size battery so the lower cover has to modified or removed to fit a larger battery.
The biggest issue I found with this quad, and one that caused mine to take off and flip over after arming, and caused at least one other verified Chaotic owner to accidentally cut up their fingers on the props when they shattered after it flipped from the same cause, is the fact that the Madcow flight controller registers the quad's resting or launching position after the battery is connected instead of when the motors are armed.
There's a green light at the front top of the Madcow FC that blinks rapidly after battery connection then slower for about 3 seconds. It's during this 3 seconds that the FC is registering the "resting" position of the quad. If the quad is moved after the registration process is completed, it will try to correct its position to whatever was was actually registered immediately upon arming and initializing the motors. Before understanding this quirk in the FC firmware, this caused my Chaotic and others to take off uncontrollably and crash after arming. Or the motors would simply start spooling up slowly until the quad would flip unless the motors where disarmed or you lifted off.
YOU MUST PLACE THE QUAD ON THE GROUND TO ITS LAUNCH POSITION IMMEDIATELY AFTER CONNECTING THE BATTERY. As long as you do this every time and don't touch the quad after setting it down, you should be ok.

hay que revisar un poco todo para tener lo apunto, pero eso no es nada nuevo, es muy bueno, vale, las helices hay que comprar suficiente recambio pero en total fascinante. me funciona con 3S4000mAh15C 6 minutos, bateria ligeramente caliente con 57A de consumo, con 4S4000mAh15C, 43A. "vuelo normal". El software lo adquiri via interent y si no, os la envio, si no lo hace ya HK. Manual es casi completo y lo que hace falta de mas en HK-youtube complete lo que me faltaba por saber. Eso si, 32€ de aduana, pero los portes gratis. El resto ya veromos como se hace con el tiempo.

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hay que revisar un poco todo para tener lo apunto, pero eso no es nada nuevo, es muy bueno, vale, las helices hay que comprar suficiente recambio pero en total fascinante. me funciona con 3S4000mAh15C 6 minutos, bateria ligeramente caliente con 57A de consumo, con 4S4000mAh15C, 43A. "vuelo normal". El software lo adquiri via interent y si no, os la envio, si no lo hace ya HK. Manual es casi completo y lo que hace falta de mas en HK-youtube complete lo que me faltaba por saber. Eso si, 32€ de aduana, pero los portes gratis. El resto ya veromos como se hace con el tiempo.

I highly recommend either putting Loctite on the prop nuts or getting some M6-1.00 nylon lock nuts to replace them. Due to the ability to reverse the motors, these do not always self tighten.
I also found that the FC was not mounted straight.
I does have PLENTY of power with 2200mah 4s batteries - the vertical climb rate is scary fast.

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I highly recommend either putting Loctite on the prop nuts or getting some M6-1.00 nylon lock nuts to replace them. Due to the ability to reverse the motors, these do not always self tighten.
I also found that the FC was not mounted straight.
I does have PLENTY of power with 2200mah 4s batteries - the vertical climb rate is scary fast.

Only got the Quad for a week, but it flies great(have done about 30 flights). It has enought Power so that i was able to fly with a 5000mah 4s Battery to get very long flight time. The only problems i had with my Quad were, that the Flight controller was not mounted straight, but that was a easy fix. Also the FC calibrates everytime you plug it in, so make sure to not move the quad after plugging in the battery otherwise it will freak out. Escs get only warm after flying about 15 Minutes with the 0.5kg battery and the software with its active braking is also very nice! Other than the calibration when plugged in, the FC works great, cant hear or see any vibrations at all!

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Only got the Quad for a week, but it flies great(have done about 30 flights). It has enought Power so that i was able to fly with a 5000mah 4s Battery to get very long flight time. The only problems i had with my Quad were, that the Flight controller was not mounted straight, but that was a easy fix. Also the FC calibrates everytime you plug it in, so make sure to not move the quad after plugging in the battery otherwise it will freak out. Escs get only warm after flying about 15 Minutes with the 0.5kg battery and the software with its active braking is also very nice! Other than the calibration when plugged in, the FC works great, cant hear or see any vibrations at all!

Well I bought this on the Quad sale for $50 and 4 days later I had her by DHL WOW! She is so fine. Yes a lot of parts just put together but the some of the parts are greater than the whole, this time. The only thing that lets her down was the Cockpit. It is a very light plastic (weight I guess). One last thing is that she does not come with a spare set of props. All round very good. Thanks Hobby King (HKR) Hobby King Rules! More soon!

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Well I bought this on the Quad sale for $50 and 4 days later I had her by DHL WOW! She is so fine. Yes a lot of parts just put together but the some of the parts are greater than the whole, this time. The only thing that lets her down was the Cockpit. It is a very light plastic (weight I guess). One last thing is that she does not come with a spare set of props. All round very good. Thanks Hobby King (HKR) Hobby King Rules! More soon!

Customer files
Madcow Manual Download [5]
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madcow_3d_assistant_software.zip Download [274]
Madcow 3D Assistant_Part1 Download [4]
Madcow Assistant _Part2 Download [4]
Madcow Assistant_Part3 Download [4]
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