OMPHOBBY M2 Dual-brushless Motor Direct-drive 3D Heli-BNF

Here is a compact heli from OMP Hobby featuring an all-metal rotor head!

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OMPHOBBY M2

Features

The main rotor adopts the brushless motor for direct drive, which perfectly controls the running accuracy and the direct smooth driving feel. It reduces the resistance and noise of gear transmission, especially in flight routes and soft 3D flight, and basically can only hear the sound of propeller cutting wind.

The brushless motor is manufactured by SUNNYSKY with high precision, the motor shaft and the shaft of the rotor head are integrated. Besides, the spindle can be disassembled by removing the three screws, and the installation does not affect the dynamic balance. The hand wound coils and the high-performance magnets provide continuous power to M2. After consecutive violent flight with ten batteries, the motor temperature does not exceed 50 degrees, and it can safely fly violently.

High-precision motor and rotor head make the entire aircraft quite balanced, ensuring perfect flight quality and perfect flight experience.

Independent R&D integrated OFS flight control system. Gyro, flight control, ESC, and receiver 4 in 1 controller, combined with low-vibration airframe, which makes M2 with precise lock tail and excellent control feeling. The flight control has three built-in flight modes: attitude stabilization / soft 3D / violent 3D, which is suitable for indoor flexible flight and outdoor violent flight. In addition to its own communication protocol, it is also compatible with the receiver interfaces of S.BUS and DSM in the market.

The helicopter adopts the precise high-speed all-metal servo, carbon fiber frame, with precision rotor head and swashplate component, which can be controlled accurately and be very durable.

The structural parts are made of aluminum alloy CNC, which is of high precision and exquisite workmanship, and with the carbon fiber components make the M2 a precise and strong body. The fiberglass painted canopy features concise and novel design, excellent workmanship, and three colors for option. The motor, landing skid and vertical stabilizer are in the same color, which highlights the distinctive style of M2, as a static model is also cool.

M2 Specifications:

  • Main Rotor Diameter: 400mm
  • Tail Rotor Diameter: 71mm
  • Flying Weight: 300g
  • Dimensions: 410 * 65 * 130mm
  • Main Motor: SUNNYSKY R40-3
  • Tail Motor: SUNNYSKY R11-3
  • Battery: 3S 650mAh 45C
  • Flight Time: Max 8 mins, 3.5 mins for 3D
  • Servo: 10g 5V 0.08sec/60 degree 1.65kg.cm All-metal Digital Servo
  • Flight Control: OFS 4 IN 1 (Dual Brushless ESC, Flight control, Reception \S.BUS\DSM)

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For pricing and more details head to OMP Hobby.

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Sep 09, 2019, 11:52 AM
Team Compass/KBDD Team Pilot
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I am curious about this one. It looks interesting.
Sep 09, 2019, 01:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Ah Clem
I am curious about this one. It looks interesting.

Definitely.

Here is a link in the micro section https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...ep-updating%29
It's weird, but it sounds much bigger than it is. Probably because all you hear is blades instead of gears.

Reminds me of the Funcopter.
Sep 09, 2019, 02:01 PM
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Steve_,

Thank you sir!
Sep 09, 2019, 08:47 PM
Registered User
nice~
Sep 09, 2019, 08:50 PM
Registered User
Here the M2 Helicopter video from the Pilot
Tom's Pilot (2 min 28 sec)
Sep 09, 2019, 10:30 PM
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That's a beautiful looking heli. Looks and mechanics look great.
Sep 12, 2019, 10:11 PM
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OK, I ordered a blue one.

I will post when it gets here.
Oct 08, 2019, 01:36 AM
Vienna calling...
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Hi,
available at Banggood:

OMPHOBBY M2 6CH 3D Flybarless Dual Brushless Motor Direct-Drive RC Helicopter BNF With 4 IN 1 Flight Controller

























Brand: OMPHOBBY
Item: M2 RC Helicopter
Channels: 6CH
Body Length: 410mm
Body Height: 130mm
Body Width: 65mm
Main Rotor Diameter: 400mm
Tail Rotor Diameter: 71mm
Main Rotor: SUNNYSKY R40-3
Tail Motor: SUNNYSKY R11-3
Battery: 11.1V 3S 650mAh 45C Lipo Battery
Servo: 10g 5V 0.08Sec/60 1.65kg.cm Digital Servo
Flight Control: OFS 4 IN 1 (dual brushless ESC, fly control,compatible with SBUS/DSM2/DSMX/SFHSS/PWM Receiver)
Flying Time: About 8mins(3.5min for 3D flying)


3s 650 mAh...
3 1/2 - 8 min flight time?

Anyway, something new and interesting.
Don't really need a new heli, totally happy with my OXY 3 and 2s, but who knows

Walter
Oct 08, 2019, 10:29 AM
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Is there a U.S. distributer?
Oct 08, 2019, 05:33 PM
Flying helis since 1978
rotorist's Avatar
Quote:
Originally Posted by Donaldsneffe
Hi,
available at Banggood:

OMPHOBBY M2 6CH 3D Flybarless Dual Brushless Motor Direct-Drive RC Helicopter BNF With 4 IN 1 Flight Controller

























Brand: OMPHOBBY
Item: M2 RC Helicopter
Channels: 6CH
Body Length: 410mm
Body Height: 130mm
Body Width: 65mm
Main Rotor Diameter: 400mm
Tail Rotor Diameter: 71mm
Main Rotor: SUNNYSKY R40-3
Tail Motor: SUNNYSKY R11-3
Battery: 11.1V 3S 650mAh 45C Lipo Battery
Servo: 10g 5V 0.08Sec/60 1.65kg.cm Digital Servo
Flight Control: OFS 4 IN 1 (dual brushless ESC, fly control,compatible with SBUS/DSM2/DSMX/SFHSS/PWM Receiver)
Flying Time: About 8mins(3.5min for 3D flying)


3s 650 mAh...
3 1/2 - 8 min flight time?

Anyway, something new and interesting.
Don't really need a new heli, totally happy with my OXY 3 and 2s, but who knows

Walter




nevermind.
Last edited by rotorist; Oct 08, 2019 at 05:34 PM. Reason: justwantedtoseethewallofpicturesagain,andagain,andagain.
Oct 08, 2019, 06:16 PM
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This is an extremely good flying and surprisingly precise (for a micro) helicopter.

They did a very, very good job on it!
Oct 16, 2019, 11:05 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ah Clem
This is an extremely good flying and surprisingly precise (for a micro) helicopter.

They did a very, very good job on it!
I'm anxious to know how it crashes. Since the shaft is integrated with the motor, I"m concerned a bad crash will do a lot of expensive damage. I see it's available on Amazon, so for an extra 25 bucks, it's worth getting the asurion 2 year toys accident protection plan. I have gotten it on several Xk helis and never had a problem with claims if I crashed and busted it. (about 5 bucks for the plan for the xk) but it's around 25 for 300+ which is a no brainer.
Oct 17, 2019, 12:37 AM
Grumpy old git.. Who me?
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Originally Posted by bpjacobsen
Since the shaft is integrated with the motor, I"m concerned a bad crash will do a lot of expensive damage.
The shaft can easily be changed. Just remove the grub screw that holds it into the motor and push it out. New shaft goes in just as easily... not an issue.
Oct 17, 2019, 08:42 AM
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Originally Posted by JetPlaneFlyer
The shaft can easily be changed. Just remove the grub screw that holds it into the motor and push it out. New shaft goes in just as easily... not an issue.
But is the motor can/housing strong enough not to break when the shaft bends? I'm just picturing it breaking off where the shaft connects to the motor housing. I guess with this being so new, we won't know until a bunch of folks have had some substantial crashes.
Last edited by bpjacobsen; Oct 17, 2019 at 08:47 AM.


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