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Feb 11, 2018, 12:06 AM
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FPV quad

Bat 100
BAT - 100 100mm FPV racing drone is just like a bat, because it is as light as a brushed one, however, the multirotor uses more powerful brushless motors and ESCs. With the integration of 4-in-1 ESC and AIO FPV camera, this incredible RC quadcopter measures less than 30g after its battery is taken off, which means high maneuverability. The little racer is dedicated to indoor and outdoor race, 48 channels are provided for FPV racing, including RaceBand; besides, freewheeling and active braking are allowed to create more excitement.

Main Features:
● Ultralight mini multicopter with carbon fiber frame, less than 30g ( excluding battery )
● 0705 15000KV high RPM brushless motor + 4-in-1 brushless ESC for thrilling flight
● F3 flight control system features a variety of functions, stability and responsiveness
● 600TVL AIO FPV camera with integrated 5.8G 48CH 25mW video transmitter and antenna
● 3.7V 500mAh 30C LiPo for 4 - 6 minutes' flying after only 20 minutes' charging

Wheelbase: 100mm
Size: 95 x 80 x 25mm
Frame material: 3K carbon fiber
Weight: 29.1g ( without battery ); 42g ( with battery and propellers )
Brushless motor: 0705 15000KV
Brushless ESC: 4-in-1 10A
Propeller: 56mm two-blade
Compatible receiver: PPM / SBUS / DSM
Battery: 3.7V 500mAh 30C LiPo ( included )
Flight time: 4 - 6 minutes
Buzzer: 13 x 13mm ( including LED )

Teeny1s F3 Flight Controller
Size: 20 x 20 x 5mm
Mounting hole: 16 x 16mm
Processor: STM32F303 MCU
OSD: BetaFlight OSD
Firmware version: OMNIBUSF3 BetaFlight 3.1

Teeny1s 4-in-1 6A ESC
Size: 20 x 22 x 5mm
Mounting hole: 16 x 16mm
Firmware version: BLHeli - S 16.6
Power supply: 1S LiPo
Continuous current: 4 x 6A
Burst current: 4 x 7A ( up to 5 seconds )

AIO FPV Camera
Horizontal resolution: 600TVL
Output power: 25mW
Channels: 48, including RaceBand
TV system: NTSC / PAL switchable

Learned about FPV drones and think it's my next interest.

To begin I bought a Bat 100 which had lots of pluses for me.
Small- hopefully indoors flying.
1S battery - low cost and as big as my current charger can do.
Might work with my simple blade controllers? Worth a try.

If this little bugger pans out I'll set up a few of em before I build something next.

I will train my grandson to fly one. He has just begun trying my helicopters.
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