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Posted by Hansondiandian | Jun 28, 2015 @ 12:11 PM | 781 Views
Guys any ideas for how to change a replacement c lens module for a C lens mobius camera? detailed steps recommended, thanks all!
Posted by Hansondiandian | Jun 27, 2015 @ 11:50 PM | 1,800 Views
During the RRCC Windbreaker Float Fly event today, I got a problem with my c-lens Mobius camera. I was trying to take off my camera plane from the water, but unfortunately, the battery was dying, ESC was frying slowly, and some disoriented crosswinds were blowing, which all that caused my aircraft to tip over and got my camera completely drown in water. I was frustrated, but the camera worked again later after some applications of CorrosionX. I thought it's OK and took some more vids in air; however, after I came home and try to view these vids, I found that tey were all blurry and foggy. Can any one tell me how to solve this problem? I tried to twist the lens out but failed.
Posted by Hansondiandian | Jun 26, 2015 @ 12:38 PM | 676 Views
I have a problem with my 3S LiPo packs just now. I have a float fly going on tomorrow, so when I take out my LiPos from my battery box, I observed that 4 of them puffed for no reasons (I have 7). I've been storing them in the box since 3 weeks ago, and the ambiance which the battery box was stored was dry and cool. As I connect the puffed batteries to the charger just for a voltage and balance check, I astonishingly found that the batteries are still at 85% of power (>=12.3V on each one). I'm very puzzled and just trying hard to figure the problem; would anyone tell me what's going on here? I have the same kind of experience before whereas the batteries swells while still usable.
Posted by Hansondiandian | Jun 24, 2015 @ 12:49 PM | 642 Views
Hi all, here's the plan for the Joe-Hanson Aircraft Co. JH-21A Vesper II Utility/Photography Aircraft. This is the fixed rectangular wing version.
If you're interested in building this aircraft, please feel 100% free to contact me for any problems you have encountered! Cameras will be mounted on top of the wing at wing root CG position only.
This product is available for e-mail pre-orders, thank you.
e-mail: hansondog219@gmail.com

Aircraft capacities

Max. flight weight: 18 oz./ 511g
Camera capacities: up to 2 Mobius Action Cam sized cameras or 1 GoPro sized camera
Service ceiling: around 2000'/ 610 m
Max. speed: 65 mph/ 105 kph
FPV ready: yes, lite versions please
Max. flight time: 15-18 min.

Recommended electronics

Motor: Higher Kv Park 370 size and up, brushless
ESC: 15A-30A BL
Battery: 1800-2200mAh 3S 20C LiPos
Receiver: 4 channels minimum
Radio: 4 channels minimum
servos: 5-11g micro servos (4)
Prop: APC 6x6-...Continue Reading
Posted by Hansondiandian | Jun 24, 2015 @ 09:47 AM | 723 Views
Hi, fellow RCG JHAC viewers:
Please give JHAC a hand for its awesome music videos! We hope you enjoy the movies and please also consider viewing the JHAC website in your convenience! Thank you for supporting the JHAC!

Please watch on 1080p to enjoy maximum quality of those wide angle vids. Be sure to leave comments on either the Hansondiandian RCG posts or the JHAC Official YouTube videos. Please also subscribe the channel too!

Video Gallery:
Afternoon FPV #1 (5 min 1 sec)

Afternoon FPV #2 (4 min 30 sec)
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Posted by Hansondiandian | Jun 23, 2015 @ 10:18 PM | 1,180 Views
Let's talk about one of the largest members in the JHAC UPA series. The JH-22A SurfWing is a flying wing with KFm-4 airfoil and the largest airworthy aircraft ever built by the JHAC workshop. By its shape as a large flying wing, it met many overwhelming standards: standard motor as Power 10-sized BL motor, standard carrying weight of 1.5 lbs, standard flight time up to 23 minutes straight, standard cruising altitude of 600'... That is the awesomeness of the design. Well, except for those, there's nothing much to talk about the wing.

Video:
RC Flying Wing FPV Maiden Flight (9 min 8 sec)



Aircraft Specifications (According to JHAC sample aircraft JHAC Fleet# 24 JH-22A SurfWing UPA)

wing root chord length: 18''+2'' of tail trailing
wing tip chord length: 9''
wingspan: 60''
wing sweep distance: 15''
height: 8''
firewall size: 2''x2''
motor: E-Flite Power10, 1100kV BL motor (pusher)
ESC: Zeta 40A BL
battery: Floureon 3S 5500mAh 35C LiPo / Venom 3S 6400 mAh 20C LiPo
flight weight: 45 oz.
Propeller: APC 10x7E
Posted by Hansondiandian | Jun 23, 2015 @ 09:36 PM | 1,249 Views
Welcome to JHAC! Once again, I'm gonna introduce another genuine JHAC product, and this time, we have the JH-21A Vesper II Utility/Photography Aircraft. As the smallest in its class, this aircraft is simplistic yet very versatile. Its four-configuration options makes it available to FPV pilots of all levels! These intriguing configurations are: detachable rectangular wing, fixed rectangular wing, detachable swept wing, and fixed swept wing. The aircraft doesn't just simply look noncomplex, it builds and flies that way as well. With an overarching average building time of 35 minutes, the aircraft also flies for up to 15 minutes straight*. The wings are the most attractive part of this aircraft; with the most contemporary FPV aircraft wing design and custom-tested half-bell raked wingtips for rectangular wings, this aircraft will fly and glide smoother than you can ever think it would do from the first glimpse. This aircraft, however, will never forget its racer heritage, therefore, a high output park 370 size motor is its primary powerplant required. Ever wonder whether it could carry small weights? Of course, as a photography aircraft, its potent power setup is meant to carry up to 2 Mobius Action Cameras. Well, with all that goodness waiting forth, this aircraft is ready for you to take over! Be the first to view and purchase this aircraft among your FPV nerd friends now! More info please visit the JHAC website.

*with recommended propeller and battery

Video:
City FPV (7 min 45 sec)




Aircraft Specifications (According to JHAC smaple aircraft JHAC Fleet# 44 JH-21A Vesper II UPA)

bare fuselage length: 26''
wingspan: 40'' with wingtips
height: 5''
fuselage width: 2''
firewall size: 2''x2''
motor: E-Flite Park 370, 1360kV BL motor
ESC: E-Flite 18A BL
battery: E-Flite 3S 1800mAh 20C LiPo
flight weight: 14 oz.
Propeller: APC 7x5E
Posted by Hansondiandian | Jun 23, 2015 @ 04:57 PM | 1,244 Views
Hi there, welcome to JHAC! It had been a long time since I was not here at my RCG blog, so here's an update for a newer version of a previous product. The all new JH-16A/P Jazz General Sports Aircraft (GSA) is a thrill enthralling aircraft with minor temptation and attitude during flight. This aircraft has major changes compared to both the first and the second generations. Due to its slightly increased flight weight that needs more required power, we changed the base motor requirement from Park 450 size BL motors to Park 480 size BL motors. For production and aerodynamic simplicity, we decided to implement the wings with carbon fiber tube reinforcement and deep cambered laminar airfoil with major span flaperons instead of separated wing control surface configuration. With a divergent tail design, you can now enjoy the full experience of aerobatics that the older versions could hardly do. To provide you the maximum durability and flight agility, a new foamboard material was chosen to be the permanent production material for all JHAC aircraft. After the redesign, the aircraft is much more simpler to operate due to its more sensitive control response. Please visit our website and pre-order your JH-16 aircraft today!

Video:
RRCC First SAM Event FPV (18 min 40 sec)



Aircraft specifications (According to JHAC sample aircraft Fleet# 92 JH-16A/P Jazz GSA)

bare fuselage length: 29''
wingspan: 48''
height: 5.5''
fuselage max. width: 3''
firewall size: 2''x2''
motor: E-Flite Park 480, 1020kV BL motor
ESC: Zeta 40A BL
battery: Venom 3S 2100mAh 20C LiPo
flight weight: 36.5 oz.
Propeller: E-Flite 10x8E
Posted by Hansondiandian | Jun 23, 2015 @ 04:10 PM | 1,087 Views
If you wanna visit and/or purchase genuine JHAC rc aircraft premium precut foamboard kits, please visit this website: hansondog219.wix.com/jhac2015 for more information!
Posted by Hansondiandian | Jan 06, 2014 @ 04:12 PM | 2,160 Views
RC Trainer Plane FPV JH-18 v1 Sirius (Renewed Version) (5 min 16 sec)
The JH-18 Sirius Trainer is a new product from JHAC since late october,2013. Designed for beginners and first-time pilots, the Sirius is a 4 channel, high-wing trainer with a durable tail-dragger landing gear configuration. The unique fuselage design includes a handy electronic-accessing hatch canopy; while assembling the wing, it will be locked by the root-section wing ribs. So, here are some specs of this plane:

Wingspan: 56 in w/ wing panel
Fuselage length: 36 in
Root Chord length: 7.5 in
Inboard (wingspan from root to 21 in) wingtip chord length: 6 in
Outboard (wingspan from 21 in to tip) wingtip chord length: 4.5 in
Wing config: High wing
Motor: E-Flite Park 450, 890kv BL motor
Propeller size: APC 11x7E
Battery: Turnigy 3300mah 30C 11.1v 3S Lipo battery

Posted by Hansondiandian | Jul 19, 2013 @ 12:15 PM | 1,504 Views
please visit my personal google sketchup site: http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehou...=Search&reps=4
I have 7 aircraft and 3 tow glide models and 1 house repaint of other people's model and 1 flying field scenary
Posted by Hansondiandian | Feb 13, 2013 @ 09:56 PM | 2,311 Views
This is the new product of JHAC, theJH-20-A Vesper Aerobatic park flyer. The plane is made of 2 piece of dollar tree foam board and I did pretty much used the method that Flite Test used to make their swappable airplanes.

Specs:

Wingspan: 22 in
Length: 15 in
Propeller: 7 x 3.5 electric
motor: E-Flite Park 280 brushless
ESC: Swift 10-Amp brushless ESC
Battery: 2S 7.4V LiPo battery
Channel: 4
CG: 3 in back of the leading edge of the longest chord of the wing
Servos : 5 x E-Flite micro 6.0g
Radio: 5Ch
Receiver: 4Ch minimum

Posted by Hansondiandian | Feb 13, 2013 @ 09:28 PM | 2,161 Views
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Posted by Hansondiandian | Feb 06, 2013 @ 10:06 PM | 2,654 Views
Hi, guys. I'm a new guy in the blog, and today I'm going to show you some modification on a HobbyZone Mini Super Cub RTF. One of the amazing feature is the "One side winglet generator", one winglet is attached to the same side as the spinning direction of the propeller in order to cancel out the propeller torque in another efficient way.