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#1 richos Jan 17, 2013 02:10 PM

BNF Spectrum/JR DSM2-DMSS compatible REDCON HiBiRD Mini 120mm Quadcopter
 
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REDCON HiBiRD Mini 120mm Quadcopter W/O Transmitter- DSM2 Compatible

JR DSM2 Version:
Special Feature: Now you can use your own JR DSM2 transmitters to control this Mini Quadcopter.
Compatible with Spectrum DSM2 Radios: DX6I, DX7, DX8,DSX7,DSX9 DSX11,DSX12

DMSS Version:
Special Feature: Now you can use your own JR DSM2 transmitters to control this Mini Quadcopter.
compatible with JR DMSS Radios: XG7,XG8,XG11,XG6

Specification:
Body Dimension W*L*H: 100*100*45MM
rotor to rotor: 120mm
Empty Quad Weight: 22g
LIPO Battery Weight : 10g 3.7V/350MA
Body and LIPO Weight : 32g
Input Voltage: 3.7V/350MA
Flight Time: about 10min

Package including:
Main body x 1
DSM2 Board or DMSS Board x1PC (pls choose version in Optional box)
Motors * forward and reverse motor 1 pair each
Propeller* forward and reverse propeller 1 pair each
USB Charging adaptor * 1 PC
LIPO *2 PC

http://static.rcgroups.net/forums/at...redcon%201.jpg

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REDCON HI-Bird Testing#1 (11 min 59 sec)

#2 richos Jan 17, 2013 02:11 PM

Cool :cool:

#3 richos Jan 17, 2013 02:12 PM

Even more Cool :eek:

#4 ripmax Jan 17, 2013 02:23 PM

Where can u buy from?

#5 deltafly ch Jan 17, 2013 02:41 PM

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/free-...708159799.html


http://www.aliexpress.com/item/free-...708162723.html<
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http://www.goodluckbuy.com/redcon-hi...ompatible.html

#6 richos Jan 17, 2013 02:45 PM

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Originally Posted by ripmax (Post 23844591)
Where can u buy from?



Banggood
http://www.banggood.com/Wholesale-Re...e-p-60967.html

OMGFLY
http://www.omgfly.com/index.php?main...roducts_id=915

Goodluckbuy
http://www.goodluckbuy.com/redcon-hi...ompatible.html

ripmax just Google.... REDCON HiBiRD Mini 120mm Quadcopter

#7 Soma Jan 17, 2013 02:48 PM

Hey whats with the iPhone label on the side of the box? And the name "Recon"? Do tell... :)

Looks interesting anyway. The legs should protect the motors well.

Can anyone post details of the FC? Is it 6 Axis? Can you fly gyro only? Is tuning possible?

Any advantages over the other DSM2 ladybird FC?

Cheers...

#8 richos Jan 17, 2013 02:51 PM

Thanks deltafly ch :) And Aliexpress ;)

#9 richos Jan 17, 2013 04:08 PM

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WOW!!!! :eek:

Look at this! Look at this!! :cool:

And check this pic out guys !

Looks like its got some sort of modular swappable RX board so you can change or swap what RX-TX you want to use.

Looks like the desinger has future proofed the main gyro and ESC-FET board with a 1 gram plug in modular RX board that plugs in to the top of the (gyro and ESC-FET board) ;)

Hay :)he could even make a futaba 2.4 module to plug in on top of the gyro and ESC-FET board .

#10 Soma Jan 18, 2013 12:43 AM

Hey Richos, whats you're relationship to the product?

Do you have any info on my questions above? Mainly interested what tuning and options are possible with the flight controller.

Cheers mate.

#11 richos Jan 18, 2013 02:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Soma (Post 23849607)
Hey Richos, whats you're relationship to the product?

Do you have any info on my questions above? Mainly interested what tuning and options are possible with the flight controller.

Cheers mate.


I have no relationship whis this product Soma .

I have the Hudsan x4 and the SYMA X1 , i got them for the UK winter season so i could keep my Tx skills in check over the winter.
Im a DSM2 micro um-umx aircraft flyer and fly a few micro blade choppers indoor over the winter season.
I started to get interested in micro - mini brushed motor quads only 6 weeks ago when i started to look at the (Mini Multirotor RCgroup site) so i got the Hudsan x4 and the SYMA X1 to see what all the excitement was all about . I decided to get a direct drive, and a geared drive proped quad to try out .

And WOW! :eek: the Hudsan x4 and the SYMA X1 flew out of the box with no probs (i dont think the x4 and x1 are toys) i class them as hobby grade not toy grade ;)

Now for the down side of the little micro-mini Hudsan x4 and the SYMA X1 :(

The toy grade TX of the little micro-mini Hudsan x4 and the SYMA X1 TOTALLY LET DOWN the x1 and x4 . The resolution of the TX's are C:censored:p.. :( and i need a separate TX for each quad :confused:

I want a micro quad i can bind with my DSM2 DX6i that i use with my micro um-umx aircraft and micro blade micro choppers with good resolution and model memory settings.:o

Ok ive seen video and heard of the Spektrum DSM2 mQX and the DSM2 ladybird , but heard issues conserning them :rolleyes:

And i do like the look of the plug modular swappable RX board that plugs in to the top of the (gyro and ESC-FET board) :cool:

I think i might give the DSM2-DMSS REDCON HiBiRD Mini 120mm Quadcopter a go .....

And its cheap :D

#12 Soma Jan 18, 2013 02:53 PM

Thanks Richos! It sounded a bit like you were involved in the project.

I have had a similar search. My main trainer quad at the moment is a V929 with a mQX board. Works really well. I just oldered some (micro JST i think) leads to the mQX board so they plug into the V929 motors the other end.

The V929 is $32 now! I just buy another one now and then for spares. The mQX is better quality but they fly the same.

I did have the first ladybird DSM2 board but it died just when I got it flying properly :mad: I still need to send it back to 9iMod.

So this one does look interesting. Keep us posted mate :)

#13 richos Jan 19, 2013 10:02 AM

Can someone help open Chinese PDF please
 
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Quote:

Originally Posted by Soma (Post 23844796)
Hey whats with the iPhone label on the side of the box? And the name "Recon"? Do tell... :)

Looks interesting anyway. The legs should protect the motors well.

Can anyone post details of the FC? Is it 6 Axis? Can you fly gyro only? Is tuning possible?

Any advantages over the other DSM2 ladybird FC?

Cheers...

Ive found some PDF manuals for the REDCON HiBiRD Mini 120mm Quadcopter on the net, but i cannot seem too open them . :confused:

The PDF manuals are on chinese web sites . so if anyone can open them and post them here i would be most appreciative if someone could help. :)

The PDF manual might shed a bit more light on the details of the REDCON HiBiRD Mini 120mm Quadcopter.

If anyone could help i would be most appreciative. :o

iPhone label on the side of the box? i have no idea Soma ???? :confused:

#14 vlad_vy Jan 20, 2013 03:11 AM

http://www.himodel.com/manual/HIBIRD_Manual.pdf

#15 rcmtl Jan 20, 2013 10:53 AM

From the pic of the main PCB it looks like it has an Accelerometer chip.... then it is a 6 axis? not sure.


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