Introducing the HobbyKing™ HMF X240 quadcopter frame kit; a compact FPV capable quadcopter with big capability.
The HMF X240 is a mini sized quadcopter measuring in at 280mm from arm to arm, this robust and cost effective multi-rotor is perfect for FPV racing or negotiating an obstacle course at your local field.
A carbon composite frame makes this compact quad extremely durable whilst remaining flexible, giving you the confidence to push the limits and yet it weighs just 80 grams.
The HMF X240 will accomodate a camera setup on the front or top platforms (why not take a walk on the wild side and have both??)
With space at the rear for your video transmitter, the protected space in the centre of the frame will accept most popular flight controllers.
Four integrated strap slots on the bottom hold the battery in place and allow for easy swap over between flights without compromising cooling.
Vented, double-deck arms provide protection and unimpeded cooling airflow for the recommended 10~15A ESC's while the simple, shock-absorbing undercarriage arrangement will guard against those less than perfect landings.
Any motor in the 13~18mm range with 12mm mounting bolt spacing will drop straight onto the motor mounts and will be sure to give a sparkling performance in the right hands.
The HobbyKing™ HMF X240 is a budget minded FPV racer, sport and all-round fun machine, ready for action with the minimum of fuss.
• Modular, carbon composite construction for durability
• Large 55 x 55mm protected flight controller bay
• Top mounted equipment platform
• Dedicated platforms for camera and video transmitter
• Wide range of motor and power options
• Unique, flexible landing gear
Height: 78mm with landing gear and top platform
Motor mounting holes: 12 x 12mm
4 x Motors 1306~1806
1 x Battery 800~1300mah 7.4~11.1V (2 or 3 cells Lipoly)
4 x Propellers up to 6in
4 x ESC’s 7~12A
1 x Multi-Rotor Flight controller
4~6 ch radio
FPV gear (optional)
Light, strong and very well designed. Easy to stack modules in the center, very innovative leg design, and the best value for money you can get.
One note, the way the instructions show how to build the arms makes using small motors impossible, since the prop blades hit the nearest screw/nut. Fortunately, it's possible to build the arm with the two parts swapped, making the motors higher and solving the problem.lightweight frame .very nice parts. knows the value of money