|Oct 07, 2012, 03:23 PM|
Joined Oct 2012
Syma S033G not taking off
I've got a bit of a problem with my Syma S033G. I've not used it for several months but today as the weather was fine i decided to take it for a fly at the local park.
I'd put the battery on charge yesterday so it was fully charged today, however it just wouldn't take off! it was as though the rotors weren't spinning fast enough. I proabably tried for about 5 mins in total before giving up.
On returning home i stuck my multimeter across the battery and it was reading 11.56v so i woul dhave thought it has enough juice.
Has anyone else experienced anythign like this or have any suggestions?
|Oct 07, 2012, 07:47 PM|
i also have this problem with my s033g after 20 flights. i think the problem here is the battery. since Lithium-Ion deteriorates faster than Lithium-Ion Polymer (Lipo). and you say that the reading on your voltmeter is 11.56v. so you have the older version of s033g. try a higher mAh and C rating lipo battery. this will put your s033g back to its capability.
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