The Q-BOT Micro is the first micro quadcopter on the market today that includes a 2.4gHz RF module allowing it to be used with your own transmitter. This means it can be flown with Spektrum, JR, Futaba, Hitec, Turnigy, Walkera and other transmitters*. The transmitter will simply need to have a trainer port (JR style 3.5mm or Futaba style 6-pin) and be capable of outputting PPM signal.
This micro quad features leading edge technology including a highly precise 6-axis gyro stabilization system making it ultra stable. Normally, building and setting up of multi-rotor aircraft requires lots of time, tuning and having to choose your own power system/components. The Q-BOT Micro takes away all of the complicated setup and makes it as easy as opening the box, charging the batteries, connecting the RF module to your own transmitter and flying!
The included 2.4gHz RF module can be powered several different ways. It has its own rechargeable 3.7V LiPoly battery pre-installed but can also be powered directly from the transmitter via the transmitter's charging jack (DC power plug included), or by the Futaba style 6-pin trainer port.
The Q-BOT Micro is very capable with plenty of power to spare. In normal mode, its stable flight characteristics make it stress-free for the less experienced quad pilot. Switch it to aerobatic mode (via your transmitter's GEAR channel) and it's very responsive for those looking to push it to the limits. When in aerobatic mode, the responsiveness is greatly increased which allows for flips, rolls and loops to be performed!
• 2.4gHz RF module allowing for use with your own transmitter*
• 6-axis gyro stabilization system
• Ultra stable flight characteristics
• Aerobatic flight mode allowing for flips, rolls and loops
• Compact and lightweight design
*Note: Your Transmitter must have a trainer port (JR style 3.5mm or Futaba style 6-pin) and be capable of outputting PPM signal.
Weight: 26g (w/out battery)
RF Module Specs:
Battery: 3.7V LiPoly Battery 120mAh
Operating Voltage: 3.7~12V DC
Operating Current: ≤ 100 mA
Operating Frequency: 2.4gHz
Spread Spectrum Mode: FHSS
Number of Frequency Channels: 20
Hopping Rate: 240 Jump/s
Included in box:
Q-BOT Micro Quadcopter
2.4gHz RF module
3.7V 20C 250mAh LiPoly battery x 2
USB dual battery charger
Spare propellers (2 x Black, 2 x Orange)
Your own 4CH (5CH or more required for aerobatic mode) transmitter with trainer port (JR style 3.5mm or Futaba style 6-pin)
*User manual available for download located under the "Files" tab below
Unit Weight (g)
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This one Plus the Quanum ELITE TX CAMERA COMBO Micro Cam VTX 25mW 40CH 5.8GHz (NTSC) makes a cool cruise around fpv quad. I will try and decrease the weight as much as possible as now its flyable but not very agile. I dont like the flip mode as its on or off.. I like to controll it myself abit more.. but this is for beginners and I think I have passed that stage. My son loves it with the fpv cam :DFun while it lasts, but acrobatic mode is a joke. The props are kind of flimsy. In a crash, they tend to crease and later tear off. The brushed motors will eventually wear out (mine became weak in less than 50 flights), but they are standard 7mm, so it's not completely disposable.
All in all, $35 is pretty good. Extra batteries and replacement parts (you will need them) are pretty easy to find. If you want a real aerobatic mode, this is not the quad for you.this quadricopter always gave me problems with the module, but the only time I was able to fly it I enjoyed it.
although it has a 2.4-GHz module, I use it only at home.
It is an excellent replacement of the helicopter in the newspaper rainy.I have this one maybe a two months ago and 1 motor get stuck (not wire damage, body motor damage) i bought new one and get stuck again (motor on the same position).Was a great price, fast delivery, no taxes, very fun, the quality is very good, 2 batteries, (5~8 min of flight)eachhard to break. :DWunderbarer kleiner Quadrocopter. Fliegt auch bei ersteunlich viel Wind sehr ruhig und stabil, und ist im Ernstfall sehr Crashresistent! Eine sehr lohnenswerte Investition!Petit Quadri bien sympas son gros plus il vendu avec le boitier sui permet d'utiliser votre radio pour les personne qui sont dans un mode autre que 1 ou 2 c'est gnialI dont recommend this for beginners or anyone not familiar with programming their own radio. Many people complain about the "lack" of auto level... IE this requires constant small inputs to maintain a steady hover, just like CP helis. Anyone coming off a CP heli that wants to try out an indoor Quad, then this works quite well. Many of the "problems" people report are user error. Props off a hubsan x4 and 380mah batteries work great with the Qbotif your interested in getting into multirotors and dont know where to start this baby can get you flying like a pro in no time...i have friend who in a month got very very good at flying because of practicing on this thing....the best part its small u can fly it anywhere and it takes a good ammmount of windVery pleased with this little fellow.
I bought it to practice for my larger quadcopter and I'm learning a lot faster now, because I don't have to worry about crashing so much.
Pros: Crashed it a lot, (50 times of more) and still going strong.
Very sable even in windy conditions (4BF)
Easy to instal, took some time to figure out on my FrSky Taranis, because I needed to set the throttle on CH1.
Cons: the batteries are very hard to get. EU warehouse is out of stock for more than a month now. And when I want to buy them from the INT warehouse it will cost me $ 27,59 for only ONE lipo (see file tab "shipping costs")
COME ON HK, WHAT IS THIS?????????
Made some mods also:
I swapped the orange props to the back, because I'm used to RED tail lights on my car. Looks more logic to me.
I put some RED leds on the back and white ones on the front of the quad. (see pics in the file tab also)
Learning night flying this way also in a cheap way ;-)