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Posted by peterswolf | Today @ 10:09 PM | 29 Views
I finally got my hands on an E-flite UMX PT-17... What a great little ultra micro, I can't wait to fly it. It's too bad that it doesn't come with a pilot, but I did have a spare micro pilot laying around from a Flyzone Tiger Moth. So I painted him tonight and should make a good fit for the PT-17, he seems to be quite close to the right scale.
Posted by Joseph525 | Today @ 06:29 PM | 345 Views
Can any please help me out on youtube they just show the door open and close but no details and i cant figure out out to make it could any one please give me sum info thank you very much
Posted by grmis | Today @ 03:52 PM | 438 Views
Here is some project that I have recently started : a video diversity system, *without RSSI*.

This this system monitors and compares the video quality of the composite video signals, and switches to the best one. Of course the idea is not new: see for instance the Oracle diversity or the Eagletree ground-station. But the present one is meant to be DIY.

Compared to the popular RSSI-based systems, the advantages a video-based diversity are :
- No need to open the receivers to get the RSSI [Receiver Signal Strength indication] signals. You just have to plug in your different receivers, and they can be of different types.
- There is no need to calibrate the RSSi signals of the different receivers (this is often the tricky part).
- It is also frequent to get a strongly distorted image, while the RSSI is high.
- When the reception level is low (flying far for instance), some receivers have RSSI close to zero, although the image is still viewable. In that case an RSSI-based system is not really efficient.

So far I only tested the system on the bench (video soon...). I just made some basic indoor tests with 3 receivers in the 0.9G band, and it seems to pick
the best image reasonably well. Of course I still have to test it in real conditions.

A few comments on the hardware:

- Cheap (<20$)
- Some LM1881 chips are used to extract the (horizontal) sync. information from the composite video signal, as in Oracle's system.
- NodeMCU/8266:
* Thanks to this...Continue Reading
Posted by Robert Boudreau | Today @ 12:45 PM | 541 Views
HSD super viper custom cockpit detailing what do you think
Posted by Robert Boudreau | Today @ 12:41 PM | 541 Views
I just customized the cockpit what do you think

HSD F16 custom cockpit detailing
Posted by pdooley | Today @ 12:04 PM | 603 Views
Vwinrc kit, originally TT, converted to belt.
NTM 510KV motor
YEP/Rotorstar 120HV ESC
Turnigy 625BL swash servos
Turnigy 605BL tail servo
Yellow Kbar
LemonRx receiver
Fusuno tail fin
generic 3D 600mm CF mains/ 95mm CF tails
90% TC, 12S, 16T pinion, 170T main
tach: 2000rpm
HS calc: 2090

Align upgrades:
maingear hub/OWB
auto gear
front tail case 40T gear
rear plastic tail case
tail shaft
link rods/ ball links
white skids

8.3lbs with 2 2650mah 6S 20C

2 park 1st re-maiden with belt tail
2 yard
Posted by mlilasic | Today @ 09:36 AM | 713 Views
Just ordered my FrSky Taranis Q X7 here -

In stock is only white + XMPF3E

I'm so excited about this transmitter from FrSky.
Same OpenTX SW like X9... and internal XJT module with same range, but with modern look and better ergonomic.
It has grips behind for comfortable and non slippery grip.

Operating Voltage Range: 6~15V (2S, 3S Lipos are acceptable)
Operating Current: 210mA maximum (both RF module and backlit are on)
Operating Temperature: -10~45℃
Backlight LCD Screen: 128*64 outdoor readable LCD
Model Memories: 60 (extendable by SD card)
Compatibility: FrSky X series, D series and V8-II series receivers (plus other receivers if an external module is used)

Quad Ball Bearing Gimbals
Receiver Match
Audio Speech Outputs (values, alarms, settings, etc.)
Antenna Status Detection and adjustment
Real-time Flight Data Logging
Receiver Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) Alerts
Super Low Latency
Smart Port Supported
Vibration Alerts
Model configuration files compatible with TARANIS X9D Plus

Grab yours HERE.

Stay tuned for review...
Posted by gunradd | Today @ 07:40 AM | 717 Views
This is my It is moving right along and about a week or so away from maiden flight. She has been allot of work. Complete with leading edge slats airbrake and working tailhook.
Posted by gunradd | Today @ 07:37 AM | 716 Views
Built my son his first jet. It is the little skymaster/extreme cougar. Fantastic little plane. We powered it with a Kingtech K45. It could use a little more engine but this engine is great for learning how to fly scale and not be overpowered. The maiden went well and its a very easy plane to build. It took about 2 weeks to have her ready to go of just casual work.

Short video of my son flying. I dropped my phone near the end lol so I missed the end of the flight.
Skymaster cougar powered by Kingtech K45 (4 min 48 sec)

Posted by peterswolf | Today @ 06:50 AM | 823 Views
What a nice surprise! This should be a great little flier, really looking forward to it!

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E-flite UMX F4F Wildcat BNF Basic (2 min 52 sec)

Posted by Gary Chen | Today @ 04:43 AM | 890 Views
Sky Eye-II Vue Pro gimbal is specially designed for FLIR Vue,Vue Pro,Vue Pro R thermal camera,which can be used on DJI Phantom 3,3DR SOLO and other multi-rotor platforms.It is really a very convenient tool when you need an aerial IR inspection,because it can be installed on your existing flight platform instantly,under a low cost compared to DJI ZENMUSE XT or other thermal camera gimbal.
1) 313 grams,lightweight
2) 3-Axis high Stabilized Gimbal System
3) Real plug and play gimbal
4) 6 damping balls isolation
Pitch and yaw axis test on one quadcopter
Sky Eye II Pitch and Yaw axis test (0 min 58 sec)

Power cable inspection application
Sky Eye II VUE PRO-Power cable inspection (0 min 23 sec)
...Continue Reading
Posted by AGACherry | Today @ 02:21 AM | 1,024 Views
That's really funny~

AGAPOWER 4200mah/30C-4S

Model No: AGA4200/30-4S
Capacity: 4200
Voltage: 14.8
T ±5% mm: 33.0
W ±5% mm: 4.0
L ±5% mm: 138.0
Weight: 409.0
Continuous: 30C(126A)
Burst: 60C(252A)


Stable automatic stacking technology makes the single cell capacity able to reach 22000mAh.

The most strict single cell capacity, voltage, resistance, discharge curve matching process.

Superior Japan Lithium Polymer raw materials.

Almost 200Wh/kg energy density.

At least 150 times cycle life.
Posted by GRIMX | Today @ 02:06 AM | 1,063 Views
CHASSIS: DQuad Obsession
PDB: Matek 5in1 V3
MOTORS: BrotherHobby Tornado T2 2600KV
ESC: Spedix 30A 2-6s BLHeli_S 30 HV
CAM: Foxeer HS1195 Arrow V3
VTX: Foxeer TM25 Switcher 25/200/600mW
RX: Spektrum Micro Serial RX
PROPS: SCHUBKRAFT 5x4.2x3...Continue Reading
Posted by xplaneguy | Yesterday @ 10:44 PM | 1,197 Views
Here's a bunch of pics from a great event. We met some super nice folks and enjoyed two days of fun in the wind and rain.....the group was focused on fun, regardless. Looking forward to next year's event. ...Continue Reading
Posted by Teocracer | Yesterday @ 09:23 PM | 1,192 Views
Has anyone had any dealings with the spektrum AVC
Posted by Radracer46 | Yesterday @ 09:07 PM | 1,194 Views
Need help please I'm new to RC cars have a team Orion duo charger and I'm charging a 1800 7.2v battery it shows charging but the voltage says 9.32 and mAh is at 993 just need to know am I overcharging battery.
Posted by charles hidalgo | Yesterday @ 08:45 PM | 1,220 Views
ImpulseRC Alien 5"
ZMX Fusion X25 motors
Aikon 30a esc
Pyrodrone F4 FC
Pyrodrone fpv cam
FX799t vtx
Printed parts from Brent at bmc3d
Props from Schubkraft
Posted by Joseph525 | Yesterday @ 08:29 PM | 1,229 Views
Could anyone please send me a link of step by step on how to make a bomb door been looking fir weeks bout ready to take it in to hobby store and pay them to do it please let me know
Posted by CaverX | Yesterday @ 07:52 PM | 1,246 Views
Eachine E010S flips over anytime I try to fly.
It is not consistent which direction it flips, but usually rolls Left.
It was successfully bound with Taranis X9D, and is running Cleanflight,"SPRACINGF3 1.13.0 Jun 6 2016 / 00:03:10 (a77bc76)"
All the controller channels show up in the correct places on the receiver tab of cleanflight.
I am a noob, but the only anomaly I see, is that the accelerometer seems to be drifting. (After calibration, the model is stationary, but the simulation in cleanflight moves around slightly.
I am wondering about the best place to ask of help with this, prior to contacting Banggood for support.