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Jumper 260 Inoltre Quadrirotore (ARF)

Jumper 260 Inoltre Quadrirotore (ARF)

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Jumper 260 Inoltre Quadrirotore (ARF)

Il ponticello 260 più Quadrirotore è stato progettato con gli appassionati in mente. Questo quad è leggero ad alte prestazioni, che lo rende idea per il volo FPV o 3D esecuzione. La sua semplicità di installazione si ottiene rapidamente operativa e il volo. È anche possibile determinare il carrello di atterraggio che si desidera con il carrello di atterraggio stile morbido o duro. Il telaio e bracci sono realizzati in fibra di carbonio forte. Il kit viene fornito con un kit di bassa extra solo nel caso in cui non si vuole aggiungere l'attrezzatura fotografica.

La scheda di centro è una scheda di potenza integrato con controllore di volo integrato Naze32 dare risposta veloce affidabile. Per FPV il kit viene fornito con una fotocamera da 600 TVL, con supporto regolabile, e 5.8mHz 200mW trasmettitore AV. Il treno di potenza incudes 2804-2300KV motori con BlHeli 20A CES e 6045 eliche di dare prestazioni eccellenti. Costruito in LED si mostrano la strada da percorrere.

Questo quad è un ottimo rapporto qualità-prezzo e vi darà ore di divertimento e piacere.

Caratteristiche:
• Potenti motori 2804-2300KV
• BlHeli 20A ESC, per una risposta rapida, della valvola a farfalla liscia
• 6045 Eliche (CW e CCW)
• scheda di distribuzione dell'alimentazione intergraded ed elettronica controllore di volo (con connettore XT60)
• Naze32 sistema di controllo di volo, a 32 bit ARM micro processore per velocità e rapidità di risposta
• controllore di volo Cleanflight e Baseflight supportati
• SBUS, metodo ricevitore DSMX
• Viene fornito con luci a LED luminosi per indicare l'orientamento di una Multirotor
• Costruzione robusta in fibra di carbonio (piastre 2 mm, tubo di 15 millimetri per le armi)
• Carrello di atterraggio può essere configurato sia per marcia soft o hard style

Specifiche:
Materiali: telaio in fibra di carbonio (2 mm) e braccia (tubo 15mm)
Passo: 260 millimetri
Controllore di volo: Naze32 (baseflight, cleanflight)
ESC: 20A BLHELI
Motore Brushless: 2804-2300KV
Eliche: 6045 (2xCW e 2xCCW)
AV trasmettitore (TX): 5.8G / 200mW
Fotocamera: CMOS 600 linee TV, angolo visivo di 120 gradi
Power Adapter: XT60
Dimensioni: 250x250x65mm
Peso: 340g (con la macchina fotografica e AV trasmettitore senza ricevitore e batteria)

Incluso:
1 x Jumper 260 KIT Plus
1 x Manuale

richiesto:
batteria 1500-2200mAh 3S LiPoly
5-6 canali TX / RX
FPV Googles / schermo

  • SKU 650000002-0
  • Brand -
  • Capacità ( mAh ) -
  • Peso 643.0000
  • Lunghezza 225.00
  • Packaging Width 50.00
  • Altezza 130.00
  • Jumper 260 ARF Quad
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Hello, I bought it during the hot sale event at discounted price $50 recently. And had a chance to fly it outside. While assembly the parts, realized that the arm and body joint is not tighten using the screw. Though tighten the screw, the round arm cylinder was not fixed. I mean the arm cylinder turned around. However, the problem is my 3rd drone crashed to the ground on the 1st flight because the arm cylinder was rotated at max. throttle. The propeller, propeller bracket was broken and the arm cylinder was loosen. I think it has the problem from the design and that's reason sold it at discounted price $50. But, $50 is too expensive to pay for 3 minutes play. Crashed in minutes. On board controller and motors are looking good. but, there is a problem in the joint part btw. the body and arm cylinder. There are a lot of comment complaining that it's easy to be broken and need more repairing fees. Yes, it was correct and earnest comment. I should have heard that comment and didn't choose it. Please do not consider it as option. Strongly not recommended. target=_blank>Jumper 260 Plus Thanks, NamKyu

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Hello, I bought it during the hot sale event at discounted price $50 recently. And had a chance to fly it outside. While assembly the parts, realized that the arm and body joint is not tighten using the screw. Though tighten the screw, the round arm cylinder was not fixed. I mean the arm cylinder turned around. However, the problem is my 3rd drone crashed to the ground on the 1st flight because the arm cylinder was rotated at max. throttle. The propeller, propeller bracket was broken and the arm cylinder was loosen. I think it has the problem from the design and that's reason sold it at discounted price $50. But, $50 is too expensive to pay for 3 minutes play. Crashed in minutes. On board controller and motors are looking good. but, there is a problem in the joint part btw. the body and arm cylinder. There are a lot of comment complaining that it's easy to be broken and need more repairing fees. Yes, it was correct and earnest comment. I should have heard that comment and didn't choose it. Please do not consider it as option. Strongly not recommended. target=_blank>Jumper 260 Plus Thanks, NamKyu

Got on sale for nearly 1/4 of reg price. Flew one time and had severe oscillation. Motor mount is made from 2mm pcb and is very flimsy. One mount was cracked. Will require a new mount. Haven't tested FPV gear other than on the bench as I'm unable to fly waiting for parts.

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Got on sale for nearly 1/4 of reg price. Flew one time and had severe oscillation. Motor mount is made from 2mm pcb and is very flimsy. One mount was cracked. Will require a new mount. Haven't tested FPV gear other than on the bench as I'm unable to fly waiting for parts.

Love this quad. There are at least two build vids on it on the u-tube. I had a terrible time trying to get it to sink with my computer. Make sure the tiny dip switches by the usb hook up are correct. See you instruction pamphlet provided. I think it is 1,2 on, 3,4,5,6 off. "Jumper" is an accurate name. I had to tame mine down a bit. P.I.D sitting are as follows for mine, Lux Float, then change Roll to (P)1.8, (I)0.028, (D)35. Pitch to (P) 1.8, (I)0.028, (D)34 Yaw to (P)3.5, (I)0.40, (D)10. I had some trouble with the Yaw, as it seems a bit sluggish. I have flown mine with some rather big batteries , up to a 3 cell 3700mAh. Also, I got mine on sell and bought some extra parts. I suggest the hard plastic Landing gear until you get used to it, as I broke a motor mount.

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Love this quad. There are at least two build vids on it on the u-tube. I had a terrible time trying to get it to sink with my computer. Make sure the tiny dip switches by the usb hook up are correct. See you instruction pamphlet provided. I think it is 1,2 on, 3,4,5,6 off. "Jumper" is an accurate name. I had to tame mine down a bit. P.I.D sitting are as follows for mine, Lux Float, then change Roll to (P)1.8, (I)0.028, (D)35. Pitch to (P) 1.8, (I)0.028, (D)34 Yaw to (P)3.5, (I)0.40, (D)10. I had some trouble with the Yaw, as it seems a bit sluggish. I have flown mine with some rather big batteries , up to a 3 cell 3700mAh. Also, I got mine on sell and bought some extra parts. I suggest the hard plastic Landing gear until you get used to it, as I broke a motor mount.

I purchased this Quad a pair of weeks ago. At the begin, it's frustrating how poor the manual is. just a paper with a fair instruction about how to asemble it. No one hint or link to get the software needed to configure the controller. and the actual version of software does not match the instructions given at the basic 1 page manual. After a pair of days searching on the web, I have found software and drivers needed and I could configure controller. But unfortunately, given parameters don't give stability at all to the Quad. trying to land it softly, as soon as quad touches land, jumps about a meter or so... and then it stay touching and jumping... and if I cut throtle to land, quad touches and flip inverted broking props. I have quit after broke 5 sets of 4 props. Absolutely not good deal. (... and I'm not begginer in RC models, have more than 15 years on this)

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I purchased this Quad a pair of weeks ago. At the begin, it's frustrating how poor the manual is. just a paper with a fair instruction about how to asemble it. No one hint or link to get the software needed to configure the controller. and the actual version of software does not match the instructions given at the basic 1 page manual. After a pair of days searching on the web, I have found software and drivers needed and I could configure controller. But unfortunately, given parameters don't give stability at all to the Quad. trying to land it softly, as soon as quad touches land, jumps about a meter or so... and then it stay touching and jumping... and if I cut throtle to land, quad touches and flip inverted broking props. I have quit after broke 5 sets of 4 props. Absolutely not good deal. (... and I'm not begginer in RC models, have more than 15 years on this)

JUMPER is a good name for this quad! I had to use "Lux Float" PID controller setting for cleanflight when I installed the after market props. ( I busted a lot of props as this quad will bounce on landing, and flip over. Now I remember to give full left rudder to shut it down as soon as it lands). To get Cleanflight to work, you will have to make sure and set the DIP switch to 1,2 on, 3,4,5,6 OFF, as per the instructions. For some reason I had to restart my computer also, after I installed all drivers. I suggest you install the "hard" landing gear first, until you get used to the Jumper, as the "light" gear does not add support to the motor mount. I have not tried FPV yet, as I am still getting used to it. I bought this on sale along with a bunch of replacement parts. This is my first race Quad, my other is the Quantum Venture. The Jumper has LOADS of power with a 3s Lipo. I have had problems with one fiber tube mount not tightening well, this the 4 crowns. The instructions could have been better. Other wise, so far, I am satisfied.

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JUMPER is a good name for this quad! I had to use "Lux Float" PID controller setting for cleanflight when I installed the after market props. ( I busted a lot of props as this quad will bounce on landing, and flip over. Now I remember to give full left rudder to shut it down as soon as it lands). To get Cleanflight to work, you will have to make sure and set the DIP switch to 1,2 on, 3,4,5,6 OFF, as per the instructions. For some reason I had to restart my computer also, after I installed all drivers. I suggest you install the "hard" landing gear first, until you get used to the Jumper, as the "light" gear does not add support to the motor mount. I have not tried FPV yet, as I am still getting used to it. I bought this on sale along with a bunch of replacement parts. This is my first race Quad, my other is the Quantum Venture. The Jumper has LOADS of power with a 3s Lipo. I have had problems with one fiber tube mount not tightening well, this the 4 crowns. The instructions could have been better. Other wise, so far, I am satisfied.

I started assembling the Jumper 260 and so far (1) of the LED connectors and the video camera connector on the integrated board have broken off. (1) of the LED connectors doesn't seem to be connected on the board as when the board is powered up that leg's LEDs don't light up. When I apply power directly to the leg's LED leads they illuminate. Everything else is working just fine. The quad is slightly on the sensitive side. I'm going to have to tone down the controls.

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I started assembling the Jumper 260 and so far (1) of the LED connectors and the video camera connector on the integrated board have broken off. (1) of the LED connectors doesn't seem to be connected on the board as when the board is powered up that leg's LEDs don't light up. When I apply power directly to the leg's LED leads they illuminate. Everything else is working just fine. The quad is slightly on the sensitive side. I'm going to have to tone down the controls.

Customer files
No gimbal but camera w servo on channel Download [1527]
All electronics inside, servo for cam Download [1567]
Receiver Connection with Main Board Download [576]
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