If you are looking for your next multirotor project but do not have time to search and select for the perfect setup, then Tarot have delivered the perfect solution. The plug and fly Tarot 200 Class FPV Mini through the machine Quadcopter set combines the 200 Class mini frame kit, with the ultimate electronics selection which even includes an FPV transmitter and receiver, all that's left to do is the fun part... building this quality little machine!
Like the Mini through the machine frame kit, The PNF version is a 3 piece PCB style frame that includes a fully loaded PDB (printed distribution board) with the added bonus of speed controller, motor and FPV equipment direct soldering terminals, meaning your installation will remain super neat and tidy.
The mini through the machine set includes the popular Open Pilot CC3D flight controller, 5.8Ghz 600mW FPV transmitter and receiver, 600TVL FPV camera, Hobbywing 12AMP ESC's x 4, 1806-2280kv brushless motors, 5 x 4.5 3 blade props and all required fixtures and fittings to complete the setup.
• Printed circuit board frame design
• Fully loaded PDB for ESC's, motors and FPV Gear for super neat installation
• Pre-soldered main skids to increase frame strength
• Pre-soldered XT30 battery connector
• 5.8G 600MW/FPV TX/RX set (TL300N)
• Tarot 5.8G cloverleaf antenna set (TL300K)
• Tarot 600TVL FPV camera (TL300M)
• Tarot CC3D Openpilot flight controller (TL300D)
• Hobbywing 12A ESC's w/BEC (TL300G)
• 1806-2280kV brushless motors
Frame Diameter: 200mm
Frame Height: 30mm
Weight: 175g assembled (without battery and Rx)
Props: 5 Inch
4~6 Channel transmitter and receiver
1 x Battery 800~1300mah 7.4~11.1V (2 or 3 cell Lipoly)
Soldering iron and solder
FPV goggles / monitor
Good for the price, flies well, in my opinion inconvenient for the battery accommodationWell, upon completion of this kit I have to say I will not be buying any tarot kits from now on. Poor quality to say the least, as mentioned in the discussons one bad esc had to order another vtx vrx to confirm that the tarot cam and vtx were also dead on arrival and was very careful while building to not power the vtx/vrx without antennas. Sure I got a bad kit but this is ridiculous, I paid 90 us tor this kit which seemed like a good deal at the time...turned out to be a big waste of time and money just troubleshooting the defective components on this unit. I don't blame hobbyking for this but I do hold contempt to Tarot's QC issues.