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Started by Smeagol, Saturday,November 17, 2012, 01:47:19
Quote from: Baldrick on Saturday,November 17, 2012, 09:46:56 The plan is to connect the battery to a power distribution board, then feed each ESC then motor, as this is all new to me I would cut the wire to suit the layout on the frame for tidiness. What gauge will I require for each link.
QuoteRe Turnigy 9x/flashing/PPM/Frsky module etc. This is where I get lost in the cosmos somewhere, and really will need to gain understanding, so i';d appreciate some clarification and assistance here.As I believe at present, using the frsky module will improve quality and range of signal between the quad and the TX, with feedback information that will ensure I don';t go out of range and end up with a lost quad.
Quote from: Baldrick on Saturday,November 17, 2012, 01:47:19 Hobbyking F-30A ESCs qty 4
QuoteNTM Prop Drive Series 28-26A 1200kv / 250w qty 4ORHP 2212 ? from rctimer HP 1000kv? qty 4
QuoteAccessory pack for mounting8 x 4.5 props (12 pairs red and 12 pairs black - rctimer)(How do I determine he right size for the quad)
QuoteMultiwii SE with FTDI prog.ORKK2 board with LCDORAIO Pro v1.1 board from rctimer (good price at the minute)GPS for AIO - is this one suitablehttp://www.rctimer.com/index.php?gOo=goods_details.dwt&goodsid=763&productname=
QuoteTurnigy 3600mAh 30C Lipo pack(whats the impact of using a 2200 or 3200 Lipo instead)
QuoteTurnigy Accucel-6 50W 6A chargerHobbyking 60W power supply
QuoteHXT 4MM to Banana Plug Charge Lead AdapterHK Quadcopter Power Distribution Board
Quote2m 16g wire red "Turnigy Pure-Silicone Wire"2m 16g wire black "Turnigy Pure-Silicone Wire"1m 14g wire red Lipo - PDB1m 14g wire black Lipo - PDBservo wireservo endsbullet connectors(Need to identify what gauge for each link from Batt to motor)blue loctite
QuoteBattery level buzzer(Is this integrated on the FC or in the TX perhaps)
QuoteTurnigy TX 9xZippy Flightmax 1800mAh 9.9v 5C LiFePo4 TX pack
QuoteI';m looking for compatibility, cost competitive options, first time simplicity etc Constructive comments welcomed
Quote from: secretman on Saturday,November 17, 2012, 18:30:49 we keep looking at you and ready to help if any problem, for gps you can get it now and not use it or you can get it later no problem but i realy recommand aio pro for start all recent sensor on it and you get expendability ready, and now in speciale on rctimer 50$ :)
Quote from: secretman on Saturday,November 17, 2012, 18:30:49 we keep looking at you and ready to help if any problem, for gps you can get it now and not use it or you can get it later no problem
Quote from: teslahed on Sunday,November 18, 2012, 09:32:51 If you wont be using GPS to start with you can hold of on buying it to save money. I wish I';d done that because they released a bunch of newer better GPS receivers after i bought mine and before i got it working.
Quote from: Gaza07 on Monday,November 19, 2012, 21:34:58 I bought 50 of the normal stand offs and drilled them out to make them in to spacers http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/160677960944?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649
Quote from: Gaza07 on Monday,November 19, 2012, 23:27:50 I use 3mm cap head screws and normal 3mm nuts but you could use nylock nuts if you wanted to,I get all my fixings from http://www.modelfixings.co.uk/
Quote from: Gaza07 on Monday,November 19, 2012, 12:00:20 Thats coz Chris and XH558 have bought all the carbon fibre tube It does keep going in and out of stock - i expect the demand is quite high as it seems a pretty good deal.I';ve ordered twice now, both times double what i needed, never had problems using it all.It';s not the world';s best quality carbon fibre - the fibres are all running in the same direction so it';s not the strongest - It';s still more than good enough for most things. I';ve not had any of my carbon fibre arms break yet.
Quote from: XH558 on Sunday,November 25, 2012, 23:37:00 Yeash - sorry I had 6 lengths .... but used it all :embarrassed :embarrassed Yes it goes a bit ';stringy'; when cut/drilled ... but it';s certainly strong enough - I was very happy with it
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