LHI 250mm Pro Pure Carbon Fiber Quadcopter Frame Kit + CC3D Flight Controller + MT2204 2300KV Motor + Simonk 12A ESC + 6030 CF Propeller Prop
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- 250 Carbon Fiber Quadcopter Frame with MT2204 Motors & 12A ESC & 6030 Prop
- Main material:Pure carbon fiber
- With rubber damper to decrease vibration during flight
- Aluminum alloy spacer, light weight, reliable
- Note: All the frame arm and the holes of the motor has been corrected, please rest assured purchase! ! !
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This is a LHI 280mm Race Copter Carbon Fiber Frame ARF Kit. This kit is a mini sized Quadcopter measuring a mere 250mm in wheelbase. More than just a toy, this hobby grade mini quad also have high performance power system and reliable flight controller. By choosing carbon fiber as its main frame,H280 became both lightweight and strong. You could carry it easily for outdoor flying.
MT2204 2300KV Brushless Motor
12A Simonk Brushless ESC
CC3D Flight Controller
|LHI QAV 250 ARF Kit||LHI QAV 250 Pro ARF Kit||LHI 220mm ARF Kit with Camera||LHI 240mm ARF Kit with Camera|
|Frame||250mm Carbon Fiber Frame||280mm Carbon Fiber Frame||220mm Carbon Fiber Frame||240mm Carbon Fiber Frame|
|Motor||MT2204 2300KV||MT2204 2300KV||DX2205 2300KV||2306 2600KV|
|ESC||Simonk 12A||Simonk 12A||Littlebee 20A||Blheli_s 32bit 35A|
what we have in this beginning kit
- 1 x 250mm Carbon Fiber Frame
- 1 x CC3D Flight Controller amp&protect case
- 1 x PDB
- 4 x Simonk12A ESC
- 4 x MT2204 2300KV Brushless motor (2CW + 2CCVV)
- 4 x Light Board
- 8 x 5030(CW+CCW) 2-blade Propelle
Recommended Accessories[not involved]:
- 3-4s lipos from 1300mAh to 2200mAh
- Receiver and Transmitter:
- Flysky FS-i6 and 2A 2.4GHz 6CH Radio System Transmitter
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1. You will have to shorten the wires on the motors and ESC's to keep things compact.
2. Make sure you buy extra nylon standoffs, zip ties (I suggest the Tekton Multi-pack, they come in different sizes), extra 2mm bullet connectors, and lots of heatshrink.
3. The propellers that come with this set are very brittle - buy yourself some Gemfan 5030 5x3 props. These work well with this frame.
Except for quads like the Hubsans and Symas, this is the first "real" drone I've had, so bear that in mind.
There are no instructions as many people have pointed out, but there are plenty of "how-to's" on YouTube. This frame is essentially an eMax Nighthawk 250, so if you search that on YouTube, you'll find this exact build.
Having no prior experience, the build took me about a weekend. I only had to add my transmitter, a receiver and a battery and I was ready. I looked at OpenPilot and LibrePilot ground control systems and went with LibrePilot because it seemed more intuitive for a first-timer.
With the experience of building it, I can now build the project in about an hour start to finish, including all of the soldering. Because I've had to take it apart many, many times. So far I've replaced two motors - in each case the tiny magnets inside the rotor came loose and created a binding issue inside the motor. I've replaced all four ESC's - they seemed to me to be poor quality. I have ordered, but not yet replaced the CC3D board because it has never connected via USB without going through a song and dance routine that I learned when I googled why my board wouldn't connect to the computer. When the work-around becomes the procedure, it's time to look for a new product.
So, why three stars if it's that bad? Well, it's not that bad. It was dirt cheap and it does fly. It flies like a pig on 2S batteries, but on 3S it's a very spirited quad. And it's a very tough frame. I've had some brutal crashes and the frame has suffered minimally.
Overall, the quality of the components is just "OK" in my opinion, and that's three stars in the Amazon system. Your mileage may vary.
Learn as you go, not much experience needed to get started.
Carbon fiber frame is solid, mine's hit the ground in a few very creative ways, and the frame has zero damage. I'm impressed.
Cc3d didn't come with a case, contrary to the picture
The subframe piece that attaches on the very bottom of the entire main body was a huge pain, it just wouldn't match up well at all. I finally got it all screwed on, but I had to strip 3 different screws just to put it together. Something was just off about the alignment, I hope everyone else's kits didn't have that problem.
It comes with 6" props, which with the motors in the kit makes it a bit close for comfort to the amperage the ESCs are willing to put out. You're supposed to have a buffer and not max them out. Do yourself a favor and fly this with 5" props if you're new anyway, they'll make it quite a bit easier to handle, and the battery you'll use won't be quite as expensive due to the discharge rate.
What you'll need:
Batteries, I suggest 3S 1800-3000 mah with over a 45C discharge rate. Find batteries that have a higher cycle count, because you'll be charging them often and don't want to replace them after 50-100 flights.
Soldering kit, as there is obviously soldering work to do. I've found a 30 watt pencil style cheap one is more than enough for the small solder jobs you're doing here.
Vinyl spacers/screws kit, for mounting the boards to the frame without touching....as carbon fiber conducts electricity, you need a gap.
Battery charger, the more money you spend on one, the happier you'll be.
Transmitter and receiver, so you can fly your new hobby drone. 6 channels is a great starting point. It gives you a tiny bit of room to add more equipment to the drone before you run out of ways of controlling it while it's all in the air. If you have money, consider an 8-10 channel if you want to get serious with the hobby. You'll be happy as soon as you start looking for things to upgrade.
3.5mm bullet connectors...trust me. Get a pack of 20, solder them onto each wire on every motor, and esc. If you ever take something off for any reason, you'll see those connectors and smile at how easy your life just became.
Optional FPV equipment! This kit is fast, very fast. You'll be really limiting yourself if you only fly this with the naked eye. Grab a 5.8G transmitter/receiver combo for the video feed, a small camera, and something you can broadcast it to (a tv, goggles, you name it). Add better antennas to the FPV equipment if you don't want to be disappointed...most are really not great.