Posted by Appelmoesman | Dec 02, 2016 @ 07:18 AM | 4,934 Views
Do you have problems with legal limits to your fpv transmitter?

Is the police checking transmitter power in your area?

Switch power at the push of a button!

Name: Schermafdruk 2016-11-29 19.08.55.png
Views: 83
Size: 232.9 KB
Description:


The TX526 by Eachine transmits a very clear image from 18mw to 932mw.

TX 526 review video (3 min 55 sec)







As you can see It is a real powerhouse but can also go under the radar for racing or to comply with legal limits.

It remembers your settings and all the settings can be easily accessed with simply one button.

I have flown with this transmitter over 30 times without problems.

Here is my review



Get it here at Banggood:
https://goo.gl/9dFjnA

More articles can be found at http://fpv.tv/tx526-review-eachine-v...d-5-8ghz-40ch/
Posted by BeardedFPV | Dec 02, 2016 @ 06:23 AM | 3,683 Views
Thank you to RaceDayQuads.com , awesome deal and can't wait to fly this frame.

Emax RS2205-S 2600kv or Xnova Hyper 2205 2600kv motors for it?


Posted by AGACherry | Dec 02, 2016 @ 04:22 AM | 3,829 Views
AGAPOWER RC Lipo Battery

Model No: AGAC5200/30-3S2P

Capacity: 5200

Voltage: 11.1

T 5% mm: 39.0

W 5% mm: 46.5

L 5% mm: 138.0

Weight: 440.0

Continuous: 30C(156.0A)

Burst: 60C(312.0A)
Posted by martinpuot | Dec 02, 2016 @ 03:22 AM | 3,217 Views
Posted by Gensace - agnes | Dec 02, 2016 @ 01:46 AM | 2,370 Views
Different flash sale items everyday.

Today's special sale,and only today

TA-75C-1550-4S1P-R €20.99 TA-75C-1300-4S1P-R
€19.99
B-45C-5000-6S1P €99.99 TA-15C-11000-4S2P €50

40% off ,Be aware,It is racing pack for the fpv batteries,same tech as rline,just different label.

Keep an eye on our German office

http://www.gensace.de/
Posted by ariaAQ | Dec 02, 2016 @ 01:22 AM | 13,515 Views
Many thanks to Banggood for sending me a sample to test..

Product link: http://www.banggood.com/Eachine-Tiny...chineTinyQX90C

This is 90mm Micro FPV Racing Quadcopter Based On F3 EVO Brushed Flight Controller,
My sample came with built in Flysky receiver, i will test to bind with Flysky FS-i6 and FS-i6s Transmitter,
For FPV will test with Eachine Racer FPV Drone 7 Inch 5.8G 32CH Monitor,

The pics:
Posted by GBLynden | Dec 01, 2016 @ 08:54 PM | 4,641 Views
This is the Unboxing, Maiden Flight, and Review for my new Cheerson CX-37 WIFI FPV Hexacopter.

Cheerson CX-37 WIFI FPV Hexacopter Drone Unboxing, Maiden Flight, and Review (11 min 21 sec)

Here are my review notes for this RC Hexacopter Nano Drone:

Pros:
- Very low latency FPV
- Has automatic take-off & landing buttons
- Different rate settings
- A gentle flyer
- 0.3MP Camera with surprising quality

Cons:
- Does not come with a radio
- Minor lag after inputs are made
- Very low responsiveness on 30% rates setting making it useless
Posted by bulletbait | Dec 01, 2016 @ 07:06 PM | 2,224 Views
Hello every one, im trying to start a business in mapping and site photography through a crowd funding web site
https://www.youcaring.com/lancegraham-699283
Please Share if you can
im looking for opinions on the best reasonably priced equipment
phantom or inspire
dji or 3dr
and probaly most important the camera type and sensors
any advice and or opinions are greatly welcomed
Posted by tigman | Dec 01, 2016 @ 05:34 PM | 7,223 Views
You know when you get tired of moving a 50lb compressor around the shop
you build a cart!









Oh ya, BTW those wheels are from my daughters training wheels of her first bike, 10yrs ago.
Never throw away something that will be use full yrs down the road...
Posted by Choppahman8 | Dec 01, 2016 @ 05:28 PM | 4,334 Views
I fly a lot at night using lights only because when it's dark you can't really see the body of the quad, you have to rely on the lights. For this reason I did a modification to the front lights by turning them facing forward instead of upwards. I found that in the stock position even though you could see all the lights, at certain distances you still couldn't tell the orientation. By pointing the front lights forward instead of upwards you can definitely tell when the quad is facing you because you see the bright headlights pointing your way.
You have to cut away a little bit of the plastic to make them fit facing forward and then secure them with some hot glue. A side effect of using the hot glue is that it actually increases the area that's illuminated so the lights look bigger. And in case you're wondering, they're actually quite durable even with head-on crashes.
Posted by Hirondelle | Dec 01, 2016 @ 02:41 PM | 2,956 Views
Hello everybody

Today I join some pictures of QH X the edf lightweight plane I draw with Sketchup and transfer to R/C Desk Pilot , I am now waiting for delivery of the EDF and batteries so I will possibly make some trial in spring time.

Also some 1980 pictures of a VTOL project. At that time I was not aware of flight controllers nor electric brushless motor and ESC. Two well known VTO aircraft where the tail sitting Convair XYF 1 ( Pogo ) and the Canadair CL 84 Dynavert. Retaining the tail sitting principle of the XF1 , my aircraft ( QH II ) had a delta wing airfoil but with a canard configuration to have a better efficiency of the controls on the front wing just under the airflow of contra rotating propellers. The engine was a .40 glow place in the fuselage. I use a gear to rotate two large contrarotating propellers. Needless to say , the difficulty level was over my mean and I abandoned the project ...

But today it seams that with a setup of two electric brushless controlled separatly by a flight controller , placed just in front , or attached to the canard front wing , the thing would be feasible. Trying actually to make some simulation in R/C desk Pilot , placing the model vertically by the mean of the landing points ...

Any ways it appear to me that with the help of flight controllers and brushless electric motors a ybrid between multi copter and aircraft would be a good approch. So I decided to design a basic quadracopter to be used with the...Continue Reading
Posted by JohnVH | Dec 01, 2016 @ 01:25 PM | 2,865 Views
JJRC H20H Nano Hexacopter Flying Review PT2 (3 min 56 sec)


Where to get one: https://goo.gl/VbaLUx

Here is the flying portion of the review, I finally found a little spot out of the weather to get some stick time on this fun hexacopter!

As you will see in the video, its another great JJRC product! Very proportionate on the sticks, nice tight flips and rolls, headless and return to launch worked very well. Altitude hold worked great too. Very nice flying drone!

PRO:
- Quality Hexacopter
- Flies great
- Tight flips and rolls with no altitude loss
- Headless worked great
- One key return worked great
- Triple rates
- Spare props
- USB Charger
- Good flight time
- Removable battery

CON:
- On triple rate, full yaw and let off, it takes a second to stop turning
and can be tricky to see which way your facing


Description:

Item name: JJRC H20H Nano Hexacoper
Frequency: 2.4G
Gyro: 6 axis
Product battery: 3.7V 150MAH(Included)
Remote battery: 2 x AA dry battery(Not included)
Charging time: 30mins
Flying time: 5-6mins
R/C distance: 30m
Flying distance: 30m
Color: red,yellow
Features:

With altitude hold mode can set height.
With Headless Mode,no need to adjust the position of aircraft before flying .
One key to return function makes it easily to find the way home.
4 Channel which can do ascend, descend, forward, backward, left sideward fly, right sideward fly and rolling 360
It has 6-axis gyro which can have more stable flying and be easy to control
It can realize 3D tumbling in four directions with 4 LED lights.
Lightweight airframe with nice durability
Battery protection

Package Included:
1 x JJRC H20H Mini Hexacoper
1 x 3.7V 150MAH battery
1 x Transmitter
1 x USB cable
1 x Screwdriver
6 x Propeller
1 x Manual
Posted by SeByDocKy | Dec 01, 2016 @ 01:21 PM | 31,763 Views



Disclaimer (inspired from SP) Product specifications and quality may vary at the manufacturer's discretion, and are beyond my influence. I cannot guarantee you will get a product that performs exactly the same as seen and described in this review. Please, no savage affiliate links! By the way, in contracdiction with some other reviewers, I open a new mini-review thread ONLY when I have the machine in hand ....

INTRODUCTION

Here is a more or less a direct clone of the Rotor-X Atom V2 with the Youbi XV-130, a compact 130mm brushless racer with strong 1306 motors and 20A BLheli_S ESC. The direct inspiration of the Atom V2 is obvious with 3" quadri-blades props. Let's compare/highlight the difference/improvement of the Youbi XV-130 versus the orignal non-chinese version. The first main avantage of the youbi is clearly the price... close to three times more cheaper.


BOX CONTENT



+ 1 x Youbi XV-130
+ 4 x Spare props (2 CW, 2 CCW)
+ 2 x Receiver plugs (1 for PPM, 1 for SBUS)
+ 2 x Battery velcro straps
+ 1 x Instruction manual (English/Chinese)

OVERVIEW


As said previously, the copy with the Atom V2 is clear, the type of profiled canopy. Here the canopy's plastic quality is correct, but won't resist to a massive crash. On top, a 5.8G linear antenna installed vertically.

...Continue Reading
Posted by mgutzmer | Dec 01, 2016 @ 12:15 PM | 3,678 Views
I have had several DLE motors in the past and never had any kind of problems with them at all. Recently I ordered a new DLE 55 RA and was surprised to see the finish on the motor. It's like they skipped the step in the manufacturing process of applying the textured finish. It looks un-finished, and cheap looking.
So I put in a call to Tower Hobbies and the girl on the phone knew nothing about it, just mostly sales.
I contacted TECH support and Bonnie said after some discussion to send a photo and she would discuss it with someone there. It could take a few days.
I was surprised that no one knew right off what was normal or not.
Here is a photo. It may look polished, but it's not. It looks like it is right out of the mold casting. Kind of cheap looking
Posted by phil alvirez | Dec 01, 2016 @ 11:07 AM | 4,712 Views
next week we will be below freezing and soon the field will be closed so no more flying until who knows... maybe end of march-or april, as it happened this year. so its time to start building-if still there is any1 who does-or pick on whatever theory or scientific idea any1 can decide-maybe discuss it here-to keep the mind busy.
and all of you who has-and will have-good weather to fly, enjoy! and of course whoever flies indoors too.
Posted by findrep | Dec 01, 2016 @ 10:52 AM | 4,256 Views
Specifications:
Brand: HX150/HX180/HX200
Material: Full Carbon Fiber
Frame Width:150mm/180mm/200mm
Thickness of Plate: 1.5mm
Thickness of Arms: 3.0mm
Weight:
HX150:51g
HX180:55g
HX200:60g

Recommendations:
ESC: 20A
Motor:
HX150:1104 or 1306
HX180:1306
HX200:1806
Propeller:
HX150: 30303
HX180: 40403
HX200: 50403 50404 50453
Flight Controller: Naze32 SP Racing F3
Camera: 700tvl
Video Transmission: 200mw 40CH
Battery: 4S 1500mah

Package Include:
HX Series Frame *...Continue Reading
Posted by peiouss | Dec 01, 2016 @ 10:38 AM | 5,099 Views
Brand:JJRC Quadcopter Model:H12CH Features:Barometer Set Height Motor Type:Brushed Motor Functions:360 degrees accurate orientation,Air Press Altitude Hold,Forward/backward,Hover,One Key Automatic Return,Turn left/right,Up/down Built-in Gyro:6 Axis Gyro Night Flight:Yes Material:Electronic Components,Plastic Kit Types:RTF Level:Beginner Level.
Battery:3.7V 700mAh Flying Time:7mins Charging Time (h):80mins
Camera Pixels:2MP Video Resolution:1080
Remote Control:2.4GHz Wireless Remote Control,Radio Control Channel:4-Channels Mode:Mode 1 & Mode 2(Left & Right Hand Throttle) Detailed Control Distance:About 300m.JJRC H12CH RC Quadcopter .
Posted by Charley Joseph | Dec 01, 2016 @ 10:37 AM | 1,692 Views
I am looking to buy a Kyosho gt2 roller .