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  1. What quadcopter do you want to build? What's the size of your quadcopter frame? 250? 210? 180? Recommend you to read these post: Rotorx Atom V3 Build Mini Racing Quadcopter Build, Build A Quadcopter Frame TEACH YOU HOW TO DIY A QUADCOPTER
  2. Hello all,I've just finished my Quad F450 build and as I tried to power it on for the first time my ESC's keep beeping and the FCU doesn't power on. It this happening cause of a faulty/wrong connection I did or do I have an issue with something from my components? My build consists of :1. Frame F4502. Flight Controller Unit KK2.1.53. Motors x44. ESC's x45. UBEC6. Battery7. Tx/RxThanks in advance for any help and info you can provide.
  3. Hey everyone, quick question; What battery can I use for my Eachine 250 Racer? It came with a 1300mAh 4S battery and I would like longer flight times. I understand that I should probably buy more batteries and another charger but I want to make sure I am buying quality parts.Any suggestions? Or should I just stick with having more stock batteries?
  4. RotorX Atom V3 is a 122mm Mini Quadcopter and weights less than 250 grams, small size and light weight; You can put it on your hand, but don't be fooled! Features: Addressable LEDs can be set to any color you desire Just the basics, to get you in premium gear you can grow with Smooth and locked-in tune Industry leading electronics from TBS and Highest performing drivetrain from RotorX Materials: FC, ESC's, T-Motors 1406kv Motors, OSD, VTX, FPV Camera, Frame, Canopy DSMX Compatible Radio, Goggles Motors, Props, Flight Controllers, ESC's, Canopies And OSD/VTX Boards 3S Battery: Tattu 850mAh 4S 45C Lipo or 4S Battery: Tattu 850mAh 3S 45C LIPO. Tools you’ll need 2mm and 1.5mm hex driver Solder Soldering iron Heat gun Wire snips Wire strippers Loctite First, solder the XT30 power cable on the base layer Next, select your antenna and connect. Note: DO NOT power on without the antenna being in place because it can damage the VTX. Attach the plastic base plate to the cube. This part helps protect from carbon and prevents shortages. To attach, use two short, flat screws in recessed holes to secure. Screw the positive nuts on the cube—they are marked with “+”. Then place double-sided tape on the bottom of the cube. This isolates the screws from the frame. Use two plastic screws to secure the cube to the from into the “-“ nuts. Make sure you secure them firmly. Tin the ESC solder pods. Extend wires on motors. (Watch video) Connect wires on front of quad Attach motors to the frame with the longest screws and use Loctite. Install receiver. As long as it fits under the canopy, anything goes. (Including: PPM, SBUS, Spektrum) There are three pads to solder to if your RX doesn’t plug in properly. Attach the camera. It has three different mounts (15, 30 and 45 degrees). Only permanently glue in if you don’t want to change the tilt. Note: hot glue is a good option to use because it’s less permanent. Plug camera into front left bottom plug. Use long M3x12 screws to hold the camera in. Install LED and route antennas. Install canopy. Ensure the wires aren’t pinched. Route antenna. Plug in USB and connect to BetaFlight. Plug in battery. Go to motor tab and test motor direction. If your motors aren’t correct, you can check in BLHELI. Bind and configure the Atom V3. Set-up switches and configure end points to the DX6. To enter the OSD turn on quad and radio. Hold left on the yaw axis and count down. Navigate up and down with the pitch. Confirm with roll axis, which goes back or exits out of the configuration. Install propellers–AND FLY! Here is a video about Rotorx Atom V3: https://youtu.be/fPxyy0eSyKA ->
  5. Not large capacity lipo batteries is good for your Hubsan, larger capacity means heavy weight. You'd better choose one 2700mAh lipo battery for your Hubsan. If you want get a longer fly time, you can choose a better brand battery.