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RCTimer Y6 Tri-Trooper 900mm Carbon Fiber Frame - Integrated PCB Version



RCTimer Y6 Tri-Trooper 900mm Carbon Fiber Frame - Integrated PCB Version

Specifications:

- 30 mm carbon fibre booms
- 2.5mm carbon fibre Mount(Battery and Gimbal) plate
- Injection moulded motor mounts
- Flight controller position between the frame plates
- Pre-drilled for 45x45 flight controller patterns
- 28 mm to 54 mm motor size
- INERTiC camera mounts
- 20 mm carbon fiber landing poles
- 900mm size
- Y6 shape
- Frame weight: 1159g

Main Board:

6 ESC Distribution board

XT60 Connector

6050 mould for 32 BIT Brushless GIMBAL

LED 1W

LED module socket for ESC and Motor

Gopro AV singnal input

12V 3A BEC output & AV singnal input (1 way socket provides AVOUT /12V/GND for FPV, other three only provides 12V output function)

5V 3A BEC output & AV singnal input (1 way socket provides AVOUT /5V/GND, for FPV, other three only provides 5V output function)

Battery Voltage Tester


Frame Manual: Here

PCB Board manual: Here



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Hi jabram
Nice build!
Can I ask you why did you use X6 motors and which props did you use?
I saw on RCTimer they suggest X5 motors and 14-16 inch props..
X6 with 17x5.5 @22.3A is told to pull 2.6Kg that is 15Kg!!
Did you try some flight time with your setup??

Thanks
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Hi jabram
Nice build!
Can I ask you why did you use X6 motors and which props did you use?
I saw on RCTimer they suggest X5 motors and 14-16 inch props..
X6 with 17x5.5 @22.3A is told to pull 2.6Kg that is 15Kg!!
Did you try some flight time with your setup??

Thanks
Pietro
Hi Pietro,

Thanks, I used X6 motors because that is what I had on hand that would fit.

The plastic motor mounts only suit very few motors with the exact mounting hole placement, unless you have a serious workshop and are going to make some plates to fit other motors for example this Y6 build by 1hander http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2273614

I tried many different prop combinations, finally ended up with CF 15x5.5 top and bottom.

No, I have not done flight time tests on the Y6.
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Hi Pietro,

Thanks, I used X6 motors because that is what I had on hand that would fit.

The plastic motor mounts only suit very few motors with the exact mounting hole placement, unless you have a serious workshop and are going to make some plates to fit other motors for example this Y6 build by 1hander http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2273614

I tried many different prop combinations, finally ended up with CF 15x5.5 top and bottom.

No, I have not done flight time tests on the Y6.
Ok that was just curiosity, because on RCTimer site they told me to use X5 motors..
They weight a lot less than the X6 and develop a good pull power..
145g vs 240g each that is 570g total weight

according to this table


they have 950g trust @4.4A with a 15x5.5" prop
So more or less 27 minutes for hovering with a 5700g uav..

Just my thoughts..

Let me know how much time you can fly with your setup!!
Thanks!
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