YKS DIY Full Carbon Fiber Mini C250 Quadcopter Frame Kit for FPV Mini Quadcopter Part
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- Made from full carbon fiber: Ultralight & great intensity.
- Reserved with plenty of space: Easily fit your FPV and neatly tuck away all the wires.
- Equipped with rubber damper: AV shockproof ball, high quality and strong ability of shock absorption.
- Super strong & smooth flight: 1.5mm full carbon fiber fuselage and 3mm machine arms effectively reduce vibration during flight, guaranteeing the flying ability of the Quadcopter.
- Suitable for both beginners and senior players: Compact design with small numbers of components, can be easily assembled.
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The YKS DIY Full Carbon Fiber Mini C250 Quadcopter Frame is characterized by its lightweight, small size, long lifetime and great intensity. Its 1.5mm fuselage and 3mm machine arms can effectively reduce its vibration during flight, guaranteeing the flying ability of the Quadcopter. The whole fuselage reserved with plenty of space which can easily fit for your FPV and neatly tuck away all the wires. As its compact design with small number of components, it is specially designed for the new player and also perfectly suitable for the senior players to professional DIY.
Recommended configuration (Not included)
Propeller: GemFan 5 × 3
Battery: 3S 11.1v1500mAh
Flight Controller: FPVManuals CC3D, RMRC CC3D, Naze32, Flip Pro MWC
Receiver: FrSky T6- receiver
CCD Camera: SONY Super HAD CCD 600TVL Board Camera w/ 2.8mm lens - Settings to use on camera
HD Camera: Mobius Action Camera
Video Transmitter: Immersion RC 600mw Vide
Material: carbon fiber
Weight: 141g / 4.97oz
Shipping weight: 161g / 5.68oz
1 x Carbon Fiber Mini 250 Quadcopter Frame Mini Quad Frame for 250 C250
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1. Pixfalcon (mini Pixhawk) flight controller, which came with GPS and a very nice PDB.
2. Emax 1806 2280kv motors.
3. Emax SimonK 12a ESCs.
4. 5030 carbon propellers.
5. 1300mah 45C 3S Tattu LiPo.
My transmitter is a Taranis x9D. This is an amazing device--if you plan to get halfway serious about UAVs, my recommendation is to fork over the dough and get one. Fairly steep learning curve but total flexibility.
The quad had one horrendous crash where it dropped out of the sky onto the driveway. Then the props started spinning, seemingly of their own accord. The quad flipped on its back and my concrete driveway proceeded to chew the props to oblivion. You can see from the attached picture how the conical motor tops have been "sanded" by the driveway. I strongly suspect the crash was due to "pilot error" but I'm not sure what I did wrong. Oh well, at least it hasn't happened again.
But no damage whatsoever to the frame. I'd like to make a couple of points: first, there is a big difference between carbon fiber and plastic props. From my experience, the carbon fiber props are almost perfectly balanced out of the box, whereas the plastic ones require a lot of balancing. And because they aren't as rigid as the carbon props, the plastic ones exhibit significant harmonics vibrations and you can't do anything about that. Second, where I soldered the female banana plug directly to the PDB. That was tricky, and I wouldn't do it again. Soldering wires to the pads is so much easier.
Again, I have no cons against the frame. Well made, very well priced. I would buy it again.
The cuts are clean and precise. I had no issues with holes not lining up. The landing gear comes pre-glued to the legs and has remained secure through a couple rough landings.
The hardware (screws, standoffs, etc...) is adequate. I would like to have seen some plastic spacers for installing the screws between the two bottom plates.
You'll need standoffs for your flight controller. The holes are pre-drilled but no hardware is supplied.
All of the plates are quite nicely designed. I'd love to see holes in the top plate to accommodate an SMA cable from the FPV transmitter in a future design.
I can only assume the seller would send me a replacement for the longer post as I'm just going to machine it down myself to save time.
For all the kitchen table builders that don't have metal working tools, too long of a post may be something to consider though.
The other thing to consider is the slots for the motor screws will not accept the 3mm screws that came with my SS 2204s. Not really a quality issue, I'm sure anything with 2mm screws will work fine, but keep in mind if you plan to use some 2204s.
Openpilot CC3D Flight Controller
Dys BE1806 Motors
EMax 12A SimonK ESCs
Turnigy Nanotech Battery
Lumenier Mini PDB
Carbon Fiber Propellors
Turnigy 5X Transmitter and 5RX Reciever
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