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Anyone flying F550 over 2400g

Started by VinHex, Thursday,December 20, 2012, 09:40:03

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VinHex

Thursday,December 20, 2012, 09:40:03 Last Edit: Thursday,December 20, 2012, 10:16:40 by VINF550
I';ve got a F550-WKM loaded! With a small camera and landing gear and 5000 3s Battery it weighs in at 2400 on the nose..

But I';m taking fixed camera mount off and changing the camera (Most of the weight to be honest) to a gopro and putting on a 565g gimabal on..  I';m guessing I will be running at 2800g  300g over.  I';m running 10" Graupners appart from that all standard. 

Was wondering if anyone else is flying a little over what manual says?

Vin,

HEXACRAFTER HC650, DJI WKM, DJI DataLink 2.4Ghz, 4S DesirePower 6200, Aeroxcraft Landing Gear, Xaor 12x6 Pre-Balanced-Props, Spektrum DX8, AR8000 Receiver
TM1000, Fatshark Attitude SD, Sony Exview Had II CCD 650 Line Sony Effio-E, DJI iOSD, Hexacrafter Brushless Gimable Fat-S Spironet Antenna

VinHex

Just done some calcs

Gimbal = 565g
Frame = 478g
Camera = 68g
Landing Gear = 170g
WKM = 118g
iOSD = 42g
TX Ground Station = 23g
Motors x 6 = 336g
Esc'; x 6 = 162g
TX and FTP Tx 12g

Total 1974g

Battery max weight 3s 5000 = 443.g

Grand total 2417g  :crossfingers:

I need to get out more....
Vin,

HEXACRAFTER HC650, DJI WKM, DJI DataLink 2.4Ghz, 4S DesirePower 6200, Aeroxcraft Landing Gear, Xaor 12x6 Pre-Balanced-Props, Spektrum DX8, AR8000 Receiver
TM1000, Fatshark Attitude SD, Sony Exview Had II CCD 650 Line Sony Effio-E, DJI iOSD, Hexacrafter Brushless Gimable Fat-S Spironet Antenna

BYOD

HI Vin,

The main reason for not over loading the frames is straight forward, you will not have enough control over the system in flight, the weight of the system needs an opposite force to stop its movement, so if you are descending at speed or moving forward at speed you will need a lot of power to stop it, see Newton';s laws of motion for more information, if you are intrested in this type of stuff :) The other thing I have seen a number of times is the "prop" failed flight, this is another issue where the weight on each prop becomes to much and they let go! So I would stay within side the figures on the systems for the Max Takeoff Weight :)

Regards

Martin. 

sendtohim

Friday,February 08, 2013, 16:59:14 #3 Last Edit: Friday,February 08, 2013, 17:02:49 by sendtohim
hi bit of a late reply but just joined im running 2750g i have
f550
carbon gimbal
2 x 6000mah nano-tech batteries
go-pro 3 with fat shark immersion tx
quanum telemitry
Aeroxcraft Landing Gear

it does fly alittle heavy and does need the power from the batteries but i can get 11min30secs of safe flight time untill the lipos reach 3.7v per cell

www.youtube.com/sendtohim for my videos
dji f550, still running standerd running gear, with auora 9 controller, 2 x 6000mah nano-tech, 1 x 8400mah nano-tech, 1 x 5000mah turnigy, carbon gimbal with Aeroxcraft landing gear, gopro 3 black edition camera, and to top it off LED's all round for night flying (has to be done)