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Posted by Hansondiandian | Feb 19, 2017 @ 12:36 PM | 2,977 Views
Hi All,
Howdy! I renamed my rc aircraft workshop from the 8-year-old "Joe-Hanson Aircraft Co." to "Josefsson Radio Control Systems" or simply JRCS. The JRCS brand carries the redisigned vesions of most of my models, though I took down several as well.

come check out my brand new site and start shopping t'day!

www.josefssonrc.com
Posted by Hansondiandian | Oct 04, 2016 @ 02:35 PM | 2,820 Views
Got energized and went out to the beach for some great FPV flights last week!

FPV setup:
Fatshark 250mW Tx
1000 TVL CMOS FPV cam
pair of Fatshark SpiroNet 5.8G antennae
Stock Teleporter v3 goggle w/ integrated Rx
800mAh 2S 20C LiPo for Tx
No OSD and UHF
RunCam 2 (1080p 60fps mode)

FPV range went more than half mile for all flights.
Posted by Hansondiandian | Sep 27, 2016 @ 04:21 PM | 9,365 Views
Howdy y'all! I'm currently modifying a 8-year-old balsa trainer called "Superstar EP" by Hobbico into a brushless-powered high power sport aircraft. I've tested it out on the field and it flies absolutely great with a crap ton more maneuverability and power. Without further'doo, below are the current mods of the airplane.

1. 2.25" E-flite Aluminum spinner w/ custom spiral
2. 3.5" ParkZone Sport Cub tundra wheels
3. 10X6-10X8E props
4. Turnigy D3536/8, 1000kV BL motor
5. Custom nose weights (salvaged yellow Ni-Cd pack and green LiPo pack)
6. 2200-4500mAh 3S 25+C LiPo packs compatible
7. 50+mph (original setup only goes 30+mph)
8. FPV ready
9. Horizontal-lens action camera mounts
Posted by Hansondiandian | Sep 23, 2016 @ 10:55 PM | 5,559 Views
Attention, rc guys in Corpus Christi, TX area!! I was flying my ParkZone Sport Cub on Mustang Island beach on 9/23/2016 at around 7pm, and a cop stopped by!! I saw him pulled about 30ft yonder while I was changing my battery out for a second flight, but neither did he flash his lights nor get out of his SUV, therefore I was very uncertain about what he'll do next(I'm a recreational pilot with both AMA and FAA sUAS #'s). As a result of fear and uncertainty, I landed my airplane immediately, packed everything up and left the beach. Luckily the cop didn't come after me, so what a relief!!

Can rc people with both registrations fly on any beaches near CC, TX? Thanks!
Posted by Hansondiandian | Sep 23, 2016 @ 02:09 AM | 5,310 Views
Howdy y'all! I finally got my Mobius 2 action cam today, but not too exciting, it's got some problems.

1. Audio is always way faster than video
2. Audio output must be toggled to "high" on mSetup, else videos are without sound.
3. 1080p 60fps is not at all smooth and defined, looks worse than my regular Mobius's 1080p 30fps.
4. mSetup can make this camera upset, and its true quality is far from its marketing description!!!

How can those be solved? Leave a comment!
Posted by Hansondiandian | Sep 14, 2016 @ 06:14 PM | 3,788 Views
Here're some mods I've done on the plane.
1. 9.8x6 4-blade E-flite prop
2. glued-in hinges for rudder
3. 40A ESC
4. 3000mAh 3S Lipo

Plane flies great, much more torque and thrust, but AUW went up to 40oz.

Comments? Leav'em below!
Posted by Hansondiandian | Sep 07, 2016 @ 11:42 AM | 3,325 Views
Went out to Mustang Island for some great morning flights while ago!
Posted by Hansondiandian | Sep 03, 2016 @ 08:25 PM | 3,780 Views
Should I use Corrosion X or WD40 if my electric aircraft's motor was submerged under salt water? Urgent, don't want to spend $45 for a new motor!!!
Posted by Hansondiandian | Sep 01, 2016 @ 05:58 PM | 4,676 Views
Guys, I did a bad job trying to do some fuselage doodling on my Hobbico Superstar EP with some colored sharpies and now it won't wipe-off, how should I do?
Posted by Hansondiandian | Aug 26, 2016 @ 09:12 PM | 3,772 Views
Howdy folks, I need some emergency help for my Mobius Action Cam! I did some float fly at a saltwater channel with my mobius today hoping to capture some scenic views, but when I came home trying to watch the footage by plugging it into my laptop with its stock USB cable, it just won't charge or start its USB mode. I can only toggle its USB mode by turning it on while the cable is connected to the computer, but it still won't charge. I've tried different cables and USB ports nothin' worked. How/what should I do?
Posted by Hansondiandian | Aug 16, 2016 @ 03:59 PM | 3,370 Views
Posted by Hansondiandian | Jul 31, 2016 @ 06:12 PM | 3,415 Views
Hi all, welcome to JHAC. What a surprise that there's a new update in just 2 days! I just couldn't believe the cumbersome work for the last update actually makes a ton of mess for less efficiency. I tried to get better steering in water by adding a larger, hydro-foiled water rudder, but always result in ultimate fail. Well I guess that was too much hot glue for water to peel off... So, I came up with another idea.
As a result of the previous fail, I redesigned the vertical stabilizer into a gigantic planform with most of it being the rudder, and also changed the motor to a Turnigy 2836/9, 950kV motor. I'm tellin' you, it was a perfect 10! The steering finally went back to normality for an airboat, and it doesn't even need a water rudder, which the vehicle is 100% amphibious now. Off-road or off-shore, take your pick !
Glad to have a REAL airboat today!
Posted by Hansondiandian | Jul 28, 2016 @ 10:59 PM | 3,278 Views
Howdy, RCGroup-ers heh heh! Here's the newest update of the JHAB, a fun little watercraft that I built to spend seasons (i.e. deep summer and deep winter) that I can hardly fly my planes with. This product is not a marketing product.

Update: Reinforced and refurbished tail fin component, pusher power system running an E-flite Park 370, 1360kV brushless on 30A ESC and 5500mAh 35C 3S LiPo, a 7x6E prop, larger water rudder.

Video:
JHW-1A RC Airboat (2 min 20 sec)


Enjoy your summer now if you live in the northern hemisphere...
Posted by Hansondiandian | Jul 22, 2016 @ 05:19 PM | 3,751 Views
Please visit the newly updated JHAC website at hansondog219.wix.com/jhac2016 to learn more about the newest line of JHAC products!
Posted by Hansondiandian | Jun 06, 2016 @ 10:08 PM | 4,148 Views
Howdy folks, I'm Joe from the JHAC and now am back to the Group! I've got somethin to show y'all... No doubt, it's the good old JH-21A Vesper II again! Now this particular model shown here ain't an ordinary VII, it's "The Amazing Sundowner" edition, featuring a larger fuselage with micro servos for the tail. The model is constructed and tested yesterday, and the flight...surely was great! This airplane really got to the sweet spot where it flies with record-broken speed and rough aerobatics. The model features a single-piece cantilever wing with KFm-2 airfoil. The rubber band hold-down posts came in standard and handy, only 8 rubber bands are needed to hold down the wing tight and strong.
Posted by Hansondiandian | Feb 19, 2016 @ 11:31 PM | 4,696 Views
A scream, a loud scream, a very loud scream, a very loud scream of speed... With all that in mind, comes forth the JH-30E Q-Tau Q-series racer aircraft. The Q-Tau aircraft is an art of simplicity; from all aspects, it is engineered and layered in such way that would even frighten all the rivals. It is designed with entry-level advanced pilot in mind, which its finely tailored KFm-4 wings are too tough to handle all flexes, crashes and even your little one's destruction! Two excessively large full-span ailerons are designed to deliver maximum amount of excitement and maneuverability for you, and your spectators! A potent Turnigy D3542/5 1250kV brushless motor, in addition to a breathtaking 60Amp ESC and a 4500mAh 3S 30C LiPo battery, this speedster will always be ready to take your boredom away and bring you a nice and thrilling afternoon!...Continue Reading
Posted by Hansondiandian | Feb 19, 2016 @ 11:13 PM | 4,554 Views
Hey guys, Joe here! Just some updates on the JHAC Enhancement Project, and here comes the preliminary version of the JH-43A Wedge UPA, the JH-P2A4.

This flying wing is a blast to fly with improved aerodynamics. It is a graceful large-scale FPV wing that can serve you in any situations. Note: twin inward-leaning vertical stabilizers (TILVS) are added for wing root aerodynamic efficiency and extra stability....Continue Reading
Posted by Hansondiandian | Jan 16, 2016 @ 09:25 PM | 4,536 Views
Tired of the boredom of JHAC's last website? No worries, come visit us again on our all new website: http://hansondog219.wix.com/jhac2016
Posted by Hansondiandian | Jan 01, 2016 @ 10:41 PM | 5,678 Views
Sorry for my lateness! Just wanna say Happy New Year to all RC hobbyists!
Posted by Hansondiandian | Dec 15, 2015 @ 12:10 PM | 4,796 Views
Guys, do we need to provide our scratch built model's make, model, and serial number to the FAA sUAS registration?