with some modification. An old brushless motor of Aveox 27/26/2 with KV=2500 is used, and the current draw for the main rotor is 16~18A at 7.4V.
I installed a 21 g tail motor AEO ADH-300S with KV=2400 under APC 6X2 propeller, a sufficient tail power at 7.4V! The problem is that it's tail is very heavy! So a 70~80 g weight is necessary at the top.
Posted by K2-tokyo |
Aug 05, 2013 @ 07:54 AM | 2,843 Views
Here are two variable-pitch micro-helicopters by my friend Hino. The first one has a 5-blade head with 246 mm rotor diameter; 175 g, 2 cell 300mAh, only rudder gyro, but 1.2 g weight at the tip of each wooden blade.
This bullet train completely retired in March 2012. This is the best one I like, and I often got on the front car of this train from Tokyo to Kyoto, or Kyoto to Tokyo. Some of this train had 16 cars including 4 double deck cars; in particular, I like a double deck restaurant car.
I was not interested in railway models until the retirement of Shinkansen type 100. See the N-gauge movie:
I bought that one from Italy: http://www.viadelmodellismo.com/AR-1...(2.4Ghz-Mode-2)
Very cool and good for flying in a small room.
As you know, I am a mania of Agusta A 109 helicopters.
It is sorry that Art tech stopped the production of this heli(?).
The transmitter is of mode 2, but you can easily reform it to mode 1, or mode 3 (mine is of mode 3); some soldering and some mechanical adjustment are needed, but no additional parts are needed. (Be careful about the color of cables; white, red, black wires do not mean signal, plus, minus cables, respectively.)
After several flights, I lost the original blades at 3 small accidents. So I replaced the blades by new blades, which have larger widths 33mm; the original one has 27mm width. I was very surprised by so large difference, but the new ones are more scale-like.
I placed two small figurines of Disney Cinderella in the pilot room. So, the AUW increased to about 950 g; the current draw is about 8~9 A on 3 cell 1600mAh.