|Oct 13, 2010, 11:29 PM|
RTF QuadCopters (MultiWiiCopter board)
RCJEDI and myself are starting to offer ready to fly quadcopters, all the way down to prebuilt control boards that you can use to build your own quad.
The quad is based on AlexinParis' MultiWii code. It uses the gyros from a WiiMotion Plus (Invensense's) and the Accelerometers from the Wii Nunchuk for auto leveling. We build plexiglass frames with aluminum square tubing for the arms. It is very light.
3x LED Strips (Your choice of colors)
4x Aluminum Bars
2x 6" Round Plexiglass Plates
1x Wii Motion Plus
1x Wii Nunchuk
Arduino Pro Mini
4x Exceed 2836 Alpha Brushless Motors
4x 30A Hobbywing ESC
4x APC 1047 or 1238 Props
1x Anti-Vibration Compound (Limited Quantity)
1x 3S 2200 Turnigy 25C battery
Of course all of this is subject to any other parts you'd like to have. Just let me know.
Ready to Fly, just add receiver.
Control board, preprogrammed and mounted on plexiglass plate with anti-vibration putty. Also comes with USB programmer.
Any other questions feel free to ask.
|Oct 20, 2010, 09:04 AM|
Ok build a new quad and this one is up for sale as well. Plug in your RX wires and battery and go fly.
|Feb 12, 2011, 04:12 AM|
I sure am, I'm currently building 2 quads so the lead time will be a couple weeks but I can build anything with the Arducopter, MK, or MultiWii platforms for you.
Just haven't advertised as much as I'm pretty busy right now.
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