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Diatone Tyrant 150 FPV Racing Drone - Orange (ARF)

Diatone Tyrant 150 FPV Racing Drone - Orange (ARF)


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550 g

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Want to rule the drone racing world?  Then let Diatone Innovations help you get there with the Tyrant!  A new approach to racing quadcopter design that delivers superb performance across three racing classes.

Available in 150, 180 and 215 wheelbase the Tyrant design features high battery placement for more dynamic flight characteristics and all are manufactured from super strong carbon fiber composite material featuring a 4mm thick, one-piece main frame that is almost indestructible. All have an integrated PDB that is embedded in its super tough frame, reducing overall weight, improving robustness and making maintenance much easier.

Each comes with a fully adjustable camera mount to adjust to your style of flight and the advanced race ready 40 channel video transmitter that has a convenient digital display to ensure you have the correct channel selected. 

A Mini V2 5V 2A BEC is also supplied and stability and flight control is handled by the latest Naze32(B) Rev6 Flight Controller that requires no soldering to the PDB.

Kitted out with four Oneshot 125 TY20 20A Opto ESC's and paired with four 1306-3100KV motors, you know that with a Tyrant you are going to get one very fast and tough machine.


• High battery placement for more dynamic response
• Tough 4mm thick carbon fiber frame
• Naze32(B) Rev6 Flight Controller
• Integrated PDB
• Race ready VTX
• Adjustable 600TVL FPV camera
• Perfect ESC and motor combination
• Motor guards
• Built-in alarm function
• Power voltage detection function



Wheelbase: 150mm
Dimension: 147 x 104 x 60mm
Weight: 200g
Flight Controller: Naze32 REV6 6DF(B ) MPU6500 
ESC: 20A OneShot hi-speed 
Camera: 600TVL Micro Camera (center horizontal resolution)
VTX: 200mW 5.8ghz 40CH 
Motors: BX1306-3100KV Brushless Motor (CW/CCW)
Propeller: 3 inch (3030) (CW/CCW)
PDB: Built-in 5V 2A BEC (Supply power for more equipment)

Tyrant 150 Quadcopter
4 x 3030 Propellers (2xCW, 2xCCW)
4 x Spare 3045 Propellers (2xCW, 2xCCW)
4 x Propeller Adapters (2xCW, 2xCCW)
1 x Spare camera mount
1 x Set of Cables
10 x M2*9 Round Head Cross Screw Pack
10 x M3*8 Aluminium alloy Round Head Hex Socket Screw Pack
10 x M3*10 Aluminium alloy Round Head Hex Socket Screw Pack
1 x Hex driver
2 x Battery Straps
1 x Sticker set
1 x Manual


1 x 3S (11.1V) 1000~1300mAh LiPoly Battery
5~6 Channel Radio Controller and Receiver


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I am happy with this quad.
Fly around 50 battery now and no problems.
Have some 3 blade propp 3.30. and they give me best battery time and good lift.
The 2 blade ones 3.30 that come with the qua i think gives not so good lift on 3s batt.
And the other ones 3.45 us battery faster.
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This ship flew well several times. Then for no apparent reason, one of the ESCs caught fire and got the motor along with it.
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