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Fpv racing quad

Fpv racing quad

The Quad-Rotor

  • 1x Frame (250, 210, or any size you like) – QAV250 Frame link
    • The frame is basically what gives structure to the entire multi-rotor. It is where you screw the electronics to and provides a place to put the battery and other components.
  • 2x CW Brushless MotorsEMAX MT1806 KV2280 Brushless Motor For QAV250
  • 2x CCW Brushless MotorsEMAX MT1806 KV2280 Brushless Motor For QAV250
    • The motors spin the props at high speeds to generate lift, thanks Bernoulli’s principle!
  • 4x Motor ESCsEmax Simonk Series 12A
    • The ESCs (Electronic Speed Controllers) communicate with the motors and flight controller. Depending on what input the reciever recieves from your radio transmitter, the ESCs will change the speed of the motor so you can change directions, speeds, and maybe do a flip!
  • 1x Flight Controller (Naze32, or CC3D) – CC3D Flight Controller
    • The brain of the quad, if recieves input from your radio to tell what systems to run on the quad. It also includes useful sensors such as a gyroscope so it can read its current state.
  • 1x Reciever (Rx) and Transmitter (Tx)FlySky FS-i6 2.4G 6CH AFHDS RC Transmitter With FS-iA6 Receiver
    • The radio Rx sends signal to the Tx on the quad to tell what direction/manuvers you would like to preform.
  • 1x Power Distribution BoardESC Connection Board Distribution Board
    • The PDB is optional but highly recommended as it helps manages voltages to the different components such as the ESCs and camera. It saves you from having to solder directly to the components and helps with wire orginization too.
  • 1x BatteryZOP Power 11.1V 2200MAH 35C Lipo Battery T Plug
    • Provides power to the systems
  • Lots of Propellers6 Pairs Gemfan 5030 CW CCW ABS Propellers

The FPV System

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Written by Rahul vrundavane

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