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Nov 09, 2016, 06:20 AM
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Tarot Peeper Review and Flight Time Test by Foxtech


Tarot Peeper Review and Flight Time Test by Foxtech (13 min 35 sec)

https://www.foxtechfpv.com/peeper1.html
This is a standard long flight time drone. The practical flight time is 47 minutes when loading GO 3-axis gimbal 250g/ transmission module set/10,000mAH lipo battery.
Specification :
- Diameter: 750mm
- Frame Height: 258mm
- Main Blade Length: 210mm
- Main Blade Diameter: 440mm
- Weight: 1565g
Your purchase includes:
- 1 x FPV Drone Frame
- 2 x 17.5" Folding Carbon Fiber Propeller TL2948
- 4 x 4008 Brushless Motor TL2955
- 4 x 40A ESC
- 1 x Power Distributor
- 1 x Power Manager
- 1 x Chinese and English manual
Optionals:
- ZYX-M Multirotor Flight Control ZYX25
- ZYX-OSD TL300C
- GOPRO 3D III Metal 3-Axis Gimbal TL3T01
- FLIR Gimbal Suite (including camera) TL01FLIR
- HD Transmitter TL1000
- 5.8G 1000mW Video System TL300N4, 5.8G 300mW Video System TL300N3
- 1.2G 600MW Video System TL300N5
- 22.2V 10000mAh 25C Lipo Battery TL2944
- New D100 Balance Charger TL2942
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Nov 09, 2016, 06:44 AM
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assembling Peeper with Pixhawk
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Nov 09, 2016, 12:13 PM
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Great new product. I am really interested in buying one for mapping and visual inspections.
Question: Will it be available as a kit version (without motors and ESC)?
Since I already have 4 motors and ESCs for a long flight time multirotor.
Thank you.
Nov 09, 2016, 01:37 PM
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Where did you put the controller


I'm planning to buy one and I use Pixhawk, were did you put the controller, in the movie you refer in the front but that is not the center of gravity, did you adjust it in the software?
Nov 09, 2016, 09:46 PM
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It is with ESC s,motors, and props when Peeper is out of factory.
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Nov 09, 2016, 09:47 PM
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It is with motors, ESCs and props when it is out of factory


It is with motors, ESCs and props when it is out of factory

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Great new product. I am really interested in buying one for mapping and visual inspections.
Question: Will it be available as a kit version (without motors and ESC)?
Since I already have 4 motors and ESCs for a long flight time multirotor.
Thank you.
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Nov 09, 2016, 09:53 PM
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Pixhawk is installed in the front of the peeper, the center of gravity is where battery is.
In my case, I didn't adjust Pixhawk settings.



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I'm planning to buy one and I use Pixhawk, were did you put the controller, in the movie you refer in the front but that is not the center of gravity, did you adjust it in the software?
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Nov 09, 2016, 09:59 PM
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Assembling pictures for Peeper
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Nov 10, 2016, 05:55 PM
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Pixhawk is installed in the front of the peeper, the center of gravity is where battery is.
In my case, I didn't adjust Pixhawk settings.
Thanks, seems that the Tarot controller is able to ajust it but don't know if Pixhawk can do that, the ideal position is to put the controller in the center of gravity but the battery don't allow it, one option could be to put it in a case under the frame or under the battery.
Nov 11, 2016, 01:10 AM
Post your picture here. Let's see if there is any improvement we can think out.


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Thanks, seems that the Tarot controller is able to ajust it but don't know if Pixhawk can do that, the ideal position is to put the controller in the center of gravity but the battery don't allow it, one option could be to put it in a case under the frame or under the battery.
Nov 11, 2016, 07:16 AM
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Post your picture here. Let's see if there is any improvement we can think out.
Don't have the Peeper yet so don't have pictures.
Nov 14, 2016, 06:03 AM
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https://www.foxtechfpv.com/peeper1.html

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Don't have the Peeper yet so don't have pictures.
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Dec 30, 2016, 03:39 AM
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I'm planning to buy one and I use Pixhawk, were did you put the controller, in the movie you refer in the front but that is not the center of gravity, did you adjust it in the software?
my under standing is, and please correct me if i am wrong
its not the centre of gravity the controller needs to be, but as close to the centre of the 4 motors and as close to the
horizonal plane as the motors. i think centre of gravity would be in the centre of the 4 motors once everything is mounted
(controller and camera at the front).
from what i can see, the front arms are shorter than the back. so the centre of gavity would not be were the arms would cross in the middle but back a bit. so this puts the pixhawk way in front of the centre. this for gyros it dont matter because
the angle is the same were ever you put it, but accel its a different story. this is a new concept for me having the contoller
way out there. there must be thread covering this topic.
i have been looking for a enduro setup for small payload. so, so far my intrest has be sparked.
peeper? sounds a little creepy i think, well i am a creepy looking guy.
Jan 16, 2017, 11:47 PM
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The ideal position is of course at the centre of gravity. And not only the FC but the GPS as well.
The theory is , when the drone is shaking, the position of the CG is not affected.
But if you place the FC and GPS, say on one the end of the arms -for the extreme illustration's sake-,
the FC position will be changed vertically and horizontally.

If the barometric sensor is so sensitive, it will think that the drone is moving up and down when it shakes/wobble.
But of course, it is does not really affect in real life, unless you are a perfectionist.
Feb 23, 2017, 04:06 AM
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Hello foxtech, i have ordered 12 tarot peeper at 7th feb, may i ask when it will be shipped to me?


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