Este marco quadcopter EPP es una gran manera de entrar en avión multi-rotor grande sin romper el banco! Con su construcción ligera de espuma EPP, contrachapado y fibra de vidrio, sólo se requiere un sistema de alimentación de corriente de baja sorteo. Esto mantiene los costos del componente, y ofrece largas horas de vuelo.
No se deje engañar por el ancho de 450 mm, esto es sólo la medición del eje del motor al eje del motor (que se encuentra en el centro). La anchura total efectiva de este marco es una enorme 835mm! Es serio grande que ofrece una gran presencia en el aire.
La mejor característica de este marco es que los guardias de la espuma de la hélice que se integran en el diseño. Esto protege sus apoyos cuando chocar contra las paredes u otros obstáculos.
Ancho: 835mm (450mm eje del motor al eje del motor)
Altura: 90 mm
Peso: 330 g (sin electrónica)
4 x 2208 1200KV o 2212 de motor sin escobillas 1000KV
4 x 10 ~ 20A ESC
4 x 8 ~ 10 pulgadas hélice (2CW y 2CCW rotación)
tablero de control multi-rotor
Batería de 1300 LiPoly ~ 1800mAh 3S
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This is a really cool idea, as it is pretty tough, it floats, and is safer to fly in areas where there are people as it won't hurt nearly as much as a normal quad if it were to fall out of the sky and hit somebody.
The frame itself is pretty easy to build and is well designed, but the motor mounts are pure crap. Little wooden boxes that you epoxy onto the rods is a very poor design. A couple of clamps and a glass fiber plate to mount the motors would be way better, and would be very easy to do. In fact, this is something I'm going to have to do to mine soon.
If you buy this, I highly recommend getting some clamps and drilling some holes in a blank glass fiber sheet.Very very nice beginner quad.
this is my first multicopter and I have learned to tame this one without breaking a single prop so far.
My setup was done using a KK2.1 board Inside its foam, 3s 2200mah battery, Qbrain 4x integrated esc.
Assembly of the polystyren frame was done Under an hour using hot-glue gun.
Rest of the assembly (gluing of motors stand painting, motor, electrical and electronic installation) took an extra 3 hours.
Fine tuneup took around 10 flights
Very much recommended if you want to get into the multirotor business without breaking the piggy bankMy favourite quad out of the 4 I've got as it just takes such a beating.
Ive bounced it off walls, bushes and the ground mainly because I do things with this quad that I just wouldn't with any other.
My set up is 4 x 30A controllers, 4 x Turnigy 2830/11 1000Kv motors (reverse mounted but chopped the shaft down with angle grinder to keep the prop adapters as low as possible, NTM prop drive motors would have given the same results but cost a little more ) 9x4.7 props, KK 2.1 Board, Turnigy 3S 3.3Ah packs. This will easily get 7 mins of flight, possibly more and I've got a ton of LED's around the edge and carry a GoPro from time to time.
Only downsides are that its a little sluggish - But if you are thinking of getting into quads and want something that doesn't break every time it looks at the floor - here it is (Also great for scaring the neighbours at 2am with all the LED's)It is an magical item. if you look it too long Your will be amazed how nice it is built. Nice colors used and nice finish, I like it a lot.Love this frame. I've crashed it in ways that already put a DJI 450 into pieces, but this just kept on flying. It's slow, stable and responsive with KK2, maybe overpowered with 1200 KV & 10.4 props, but a nice stable platform for a fun flyer. I'd like to mod one into an H frame, or see a hex or Octo version. Just plain fun for daily flyer, and durable. I've still got the original set of props on it despite numerous crashes. Using HK power dist board & KK2. Found great settings on web that make it nice and 'fluffy' to float around, auto level feature of KK2 working great. Strapped a little web cam on it, and it worked out great! Good fun, durable design, and I would highly recommend. I used to fly a Blade MQx for daily fun-flying, but this took it's place. Used plenty of hot glue & foam safe CA to reinforce. Using SimonK 30A Afro ESC's, and I couldn't be happier with their performance. I modded a 1" stand up basswood border around the center to give me some more space, and that really helped when I had a complete 180 degree nose dive from 40-50' on a windy day, and it survived in-tact. Although, from an aerodynamic standpoint, it is quite a bit more affected by wind than other un-shielded prop designs.Fun flyer! KK2 does great once fine tuned. Pretty durable. Nice to have defacto prop guard - already saved a prop or two, and a door ding /:O Quite susceptible to wind though! Doesn't get any more basic, and may well be a good novice UAV platform. Hoping to add super simple gimbal (SSG) soon. Looking for a SSG template or pre-made kit.Wicked for learning to build and fly your first quad. It will also carry a gopro and 5000 mah batteryProdukt ist fr den Preis OK , fliege mit Turnigy Motor 2822/17 und 4x 20 A ESC mit SimonK und 10x4,5 Luftschrauben. Lipo 3s bis 2200mA ist durchaus mglich . KK2.0 als Board ist unschlagbar und das Ding steht wie angenagelt in der Luft. In dieser Ausfhrung auch fr Anfnger geeignet. 5 Stars !!!Very good as trainer or fpv platform but is a bit more sluggish especially on yaw compared to equal setup on eg. F450 frame.Great copter if you finish it with EPP glue or super glue (not included in the package). Really durable, I run it with Turnigy motors 2822/17 and a quad-Esc (4x20A) at 10" props.
Takes around 9-12A to hover and flies great at average 16A.
Dont forget to add LED stripes for better recognition in the air ;-)
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