Posted by michael quillan | Today @ 06:54 PM | 1 Views
HI, again, put up a few more pictures while checking wing root fit and alignment So far so good enjoy Cheers!
Posted by GRW3 | Today @ 05:51 PM | 41 Views
I was building a Balsa USA Fokker EIII and nearing the end of the assembly. I could have gone with the plain stock gear but I wanted that EIII look. I also had to modify it to take some Top Flite wire wheels I needed to figure out how to solder larger pieces. Low and behold, Balsa USA has a video about soldering landing gear on their website. Great, I thought.

As I watched the video it showed the prep, how to get the pieces together and then the copper wire wrap. Then he got the soldering iron. It was huge, compared to the normal soldering iron. I knew then thats what I needed to get, a big soldering iron. As I recall, he gives a watt range to look for. I found this one on Amazon.

I got it. It works great. The only the he didnt mention was that it takes about 30 minutes to get up to temperature. There are ones with more wattage available on Amazon but they cost a lot more money.
Posted by Aerophoto | Today @ 05:48 PM | 30 Views
We can find this FPV 5.8G 10-200mW Adjustable Audio Video Transmitter Module TX-58120.
it is a cheap module .
I found how to connect it on a chinese internet site :
Pins on module TX 58120 5.8G
From left to right :
Pin 1 : 塊 = masse = OV
Pin 2 : 視頻 = video signal

Pin 3 :音頻 = audio signal
Pin 4 : 3,3 to 5 V Li-po supply
Posted by fredmdbud | Today @ 05:32 PM | 35 Views
  • $1.50 electronics part, can be connected between end connectors on balancing plug, or soldered directly on ESC battery plug for voltage.
  • Permanently mount in battery compartment of larger planes for instant before-and-after flight voltages.
https://www.sparkfun.com/products/14313
Posted by mtipilot | Today @ 01:48 PM | 117 Views
Hi,

Is there anyone who is friends with Lewis (Whitman Flyers)? I bought a Great Planes F-4 kit from him on 8/7/18 and have not recieved the kit nor gotten any correspondence from him which is quite unusual. I tried to send him a message directly but his RCG mailbox is full and wont accept additional messages. I also attempted to contact him using other emails and hes not responded.

If anyone knows him, can you please have him message me through RCG to discuss the status of the shipment.

Thank You!

mtipilot
Posted by BobIng | Today @ 11:23 AM | 151 Views
Sharing my 'YELLOW' Ultra Stick 1st picture - has a DLE35RA and performs well for my visibility I changed out the 'green' and made mine 'YELLOW' Others in the Field of Dreams RC Club in Redmond, Oregon also changed from 'green' to ORANGE' and 'RED' and 'BLUE' the one in the center is a 10cc electric and it was left as florescent pink 2nd picture ALL have XOAR props engines are 2 - DLE35, Evolution 33 and a Valley View RC Twin 40cc some have tagged us as The Ultra Club.
Posted by M KHALIL | Today @ 10:33 AM | 155 Views
Hi
Could any one help me about pinout diagram of dps -650jb b 650w power supply ?
Posted by cuavlindy | Yesterday @ 08:40 PM | 393 Views
CUAV in in the Drone exhibition
Posted by jetpilotrich | Yesterday @ 08:06 PM | 420 Views
Check out this Flight Demo of the ONLY Spitfire model on floats available that I know of After a bit of Tweaking, this model is a really unique model of a rare Spitfire variant... only five full scale Spits on floats were built to test the viability of a fighter on floats!

Full model Specifications available at: https://www.bitgohobby.com/Dynam-Sup...e-spitfire-BNP


DYNAM SPITFIRE MK.VB Float Plane at SEFF 2018 By: RCINFORMER (6 min 13 sec)

Posted by jetpilotrich | Yesterday @ 08:03 PM | 425 Views
Check out this unboxing of the ONLY Spitfire model on floats available that I know of After a bit of Tweaking, this model is a really unique model of a rare Spitfire variant... only five full scale Spits on floats were built to test the viability of a fighter on floats!

Full model Specifications available at: https://www.bitgohobby.com/Dynam-Sup...e-spitfire-BNP


Dynam SPITFIRE MK.VB FLOATPLANE By: RCINFORMER (18 min 0 sec)

Posted by jetpilotrich | Yesterday @ 07:59 PM | 425 Views
Back by popular demand is the Freewing 90mm F/A-18E Super Hornet V2! This is a re-upload of the Epic video Pete and I made many years ago. I have had many requests re-upload this review and flight demo as it has been revered by many as the best video to represent this aircraft Thanks to ALL my viewers for all the positive feedback regarding this video! Enjoy! Rich

FREEWING F/A-18E Super Hornet Review & Flight Demo By: RCINFORMER (16 min 50 sec)

Posted by aben71 | Yesterday @ 06:32 PM | 451 Views
Just a quick peak and system test of the Virhuck T905F. This looks like it should be a decent low cost fpv drone that uses 5.8ghz fpv!Full field test coming soon,stay tuned!

Virrhuck T905F 5.8ghz FPV DRONE QUICK PEAK (2 min 13 sec)

Posted by Libelle201B | Yesterday @ 05:18 PM | 480 Views
Back in 1987 or so I built my first Scorpio Falco 180, a very nice high quality ARF slope soaring glider, the company now out of business apparently. In 1996 I sold many of my rc gliders after getting into full scale soaring. My love of rc soaring has never left me and I kept a few slope and thermal gliders and flew them occasionally but I always missed some of the ones I had sold, one being the Falco 180. Fast forward to about five years ago. I placed a wanted ad in the RCG classifieds for a Falco 180 and by a miracle I got a response a few days later, an already built Falco. The price was good along with its condition so I bought it immediately. The glider arrived shortly after. The previous owner did a great job building her but did make two mods, one was to remove the small amount of wing dihedral creating a flat wing and the other was to drill large holes in the elevator and rudder to lighten the tail. I did re modify the wing to return it to the original dihedral but left the tail surfaces alone, no need to change that. I like a small bit of dihedral, it helps the plane track or groove a bit better IMO. Not long after getting the Falco flying again she gets mid aired, the collision destroying the canopy and tray, the upper section of the forward wing/fuselage bulkhead and put a not so severe dent in the leading edge of one wing. I was really lucky, no major damage to fuselage or wing. The Falco then went into mothballs for a few years unfortunately, cannibalized for...Continue Reading
Posted by neonext FPV | Yesterday @ 03:16 PM | 526 Views
Eachine ProDVR Pro DVR Mini Video Audio Recorder for FPV and how to wired it on Fatshark Predator V2

Eachine ProDVR Pro from Banggood.com - 17,99$





Specification:

Brand name: Eachine
Item name: ProDVR Video Audio Recorder
Operating Voltage: DC 5V
Video Format: NTSC/PAL
Video Output Size: VGA(640*480px)D1(720*480)HD(1280*480)
Light Frequency: 50HZ/60HZ
Compress Format: MJPEG
Records Frame Rate: 30 Frames
Max Support: 32G TF Card
Size: 41mm*32.9mm*9mm
Weight: only 9.5g

Package Included:



1 X DVR recorder
1 X Power supply, CAM cable
1 X Video cable
1 X Key lead wire
1 X DIY powersupply, CAM cable
1 X DIY video cable
2 X 3M adhesive
1 X Manual

PROS
First of all this little DVR from Eachine has great specification. It is very light weight (only 9.5g) and small dimensions which provides easy installation on your googles. It can record in VGA(640*480px) D1 (720*480) HD (1280*480). and it records 30 FPS.

CONS
First version of this DVR has issue with cropping video but with new firmware issue was resolved ( Update instructions on bottom of the page ). Some people reported issues with black screen on new 1.6 version.

Update instructions:

Unplug power from ProDVR. Put micro SD card into card reader and connect it to the computer. Extract CRESFW.BIN file into root folder of the SD card. Put micro SD card into ProDVR. Plug in the power. ProDVR led will start to flash. First slower then faster then slower. Wait about 1 min until the LED will turn off. Don't hurry and don't unplug power too early! After LED will turn off you can disconnect and reconnect power to the PRODVR. Don't forget that you will need to set PAL/NTSC and other settings again as defaults have been loaded.

Warning: Flashing ProDVR sometimes ends in bricking the device.
Posted by MeltrackzFPV | Yesterday @ 11:23 AM | 622 Views
Posted by lepiere | Yesterday @ 10:06 AM | 683 Views
MJX BUGS 5W 5G WIFI GPS drone FULL REVIEW (15 min 23 sec)


The MJX BUGS 5W is the latest addition to the MJX RC: the Bugs 5w is a very interesting and complete drone, brushless motors, GPS, compass, gyroscope, 1080p camera and 5g wifi, making it an entry level semi professional gps drone.

Thanks to the GPS and the 1080p camera the Bugs 5W enters the right in the ranking of the best echeap drones: thanks to WD10203 coupon you can buy it from TOMTOP by clicking this link https://goo.gl/FCRsMZ for about 130 €, the lowest market price. The coupon is also valid for other versions with more batteries.

TOMTOP.com: https://goo.gl/p5uTrz

The 1080p camera produces really excellent videos and photos saved in the sd card installed on the drone or alternatively on the smartphone.

Remember that the drone transmits FPV video via 5G wifi so if you have an incompatible smartphone, you have to get one that supports this frequency: thanks to the 5G wifi, the video transmission reaches up to about 200 meters while the drone control via radio control, arrives well over 400 meters.

Also thanks to the GPS, there are several interesting functions available such as the ORBIT MODE, the FOLLOW ME and the possibility to carry out autonomous missions using a map and POI.

In short, a very interesting gps drone to be considered for future purchases.

Specifications:
Brand: MJX
Model: Bugs 5W
Item name: RC Quadcopter
Color: Black
Wheelbase: 250mm
Motor: 1806 1500KV brushless motor
Camera: 1080P 5G WIFI Camera
Functions: Up/down, turn left/right, forward/backward, sideward flight, headless mode, altitude hold, GPS, Wifi FPV, one key return, one key takeoff/landing, Follow Me
Built-in gyro: 6 Axis gyro
Remote Control: 2.4GHz Mode 2
Channel: 4 channels
Remote control distance: 300m
Max. Speed: 60km/h
Camera Wifi transmission distance: 200-300m
Transmitter power: 4 * AA battery (not included)
Battery for quadcopter: 7.4V 1800mAh Li-po battery
Maximum flying time: About 15mins
Charging time: About 180mins
Weight: 397g
Dimension: 300 * 275 * 95mm
Posted by kopterheld | Yesterday @ 10:04 AM | 704 Views


Warlark Pro 85 is some time old, but you can get it on offer for about 80 € with a Frsky, Flysky or DSMX receiver. The Tiny Whoop is with 2S Lipo what makes it so interesting. With 2S power it's much faster and more aggressive when flying than a 1S Tina Whoop. Ok, the weight of 50g is of course more than a micro Tiny Whoop with 20g.




Warlark Pro 85 BNF FrSky - $91 - Gearbest
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Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Yesterday @ 06:21 AM | 746 Views
A quick note that it is possible to use 14500 batteries which can give you more options when there is limited availability of 18500s

Better yet for my fellow Kiwis and Australians I've found an option at Bunnings for less than US$7 to get you started. I've done something of a writeup here plus a budget option for charging with your standard lipo charger.

http://quadifyrc.weebly.com/tips-and...is-and-aussies


Posted by kydawg1 | Yesterday @ 05:37 AM | 771 Views