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  2. Dear Drone Enthusiast An exciting new competition has been launched by the European GNSS Agency (GSA) that may be of interest to your association members/visitors. The contest is called #MyGalileoDrone and is targeting the design and development of drone-based apps and services using a Galileo enabled receiver for positioning or navigation. It has a 1st prize of €100.000 and a total prize pool of 230K€. The first milestone is to submit an idea by 31st August, that will then be developed in the next phases. The official news release tells you more. Everybody is also welcome to attend briefing webinar organised by the GSA on 17th August. Links: https://www.gsa.europa.eu/mygalileodrone https://www.gsa.europa.eu/newsroom/news/mygalileodrone-contest-open-submissions?fbclid=IwAR1cYf2jeitOp0qvU6qr8nXlW2DgDisQ-6wP7ixHTiojUpVMW_0LXX0y2tg https://www.gsa.europa.eu/webinars
  3. A new revision of the 4-in-1 multimodule mainly for the Devo10 radio: http://www.banggood.com/CC2500-NRF24L01-A7105-CYRF6936-4-In-1-RF-Module-For-Walkera-D7E-D10-Transmitter-p-1096707.html Can be also installed with a little bit more tricky soldering job on a Devo 7E for example. This multimodule integrates the four main RF chips in the market and by consequence, you will be able to access the main radio protocols such […] The post Multimodule 4-in-1 for Devo 10 & 7E appeared first on Drone Maniac. View the full article
  4. Officially, the Eachine EV100 goggles were supporting HDMI input…. but in practice only an AVin/out port is available. In fact, you need an external module to “convert” (read downgrade) an HD source (up to 1080p) into a CVBS one thanks the new EV100 addon module: https://www.banggood.com/Eachine-EV100-HDMI-to-AV-Convertor-Module-For-FPV-Goggles-Whole-Set-with-Cable-p-1235349.html This module is main certainly able to convert any HDMI […] The post NEWS: Eachine EV100 HDMI to AV converter module appeared first on Drone Maniac. View the full article
  5. t INTRODUCTION The WLtoys A959B is new revision of the super popular 1/18th scale brushed WLtoys 959 introduced three years ago. With this new model, the 390 motor is now remplaced with a monster 540 brushed edition… The advertized top speed is 70 Km/h !!! Just insane… As for the former series, three other car […] The post WLtoys A959B, 1/18th buggy @70km/h appeared first on Drone Maniac. View the full article
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  7. INTRODUCTION After the excellent Hubsan H501S, a compact GPS-FPV brushless quadcopter equiped of a 1080p, here is the Hubsan H501C, the quadcopter is amputated of the FPV ring. Only the 1080p camera module and the GPS flight assistance remain. BOX CONTENT + 1 x Hubsan H501C (with a 2S 2700mAh LiPo with EC2 connector) + 1 x […] The post HUBSAN H501C appeared first on Drone Maniac. View the full article
  8. INTRODUCTION Better late than Never…. Here is my review of the Hubsan Zino. This is a foldage 3-axis stabilized 4K@30 video plateform. The FPV link is done with a specialized 5.8G connexion. Main caracteristic are solid: about 700g, 23 min of flight time and about 1km of control range. No obstacle avoidance sensors or VPU unit. […] The post Hubsan ZINO appeared first on Drone Maniac. View the full article
  9. INTRODUCTION Here is one of the firt cheap BNF brushed mini-FPV machine, the Eachine Tiny QX90.. First the first, a relatively cheap chinese product includes a powerfull open SPF3 FC board, a compact FPV-Cam combo and an efficient FrSky (D8) receiver module. It’s not a toy, but a real FPV plateform.. Let’s discover the bundle BOX […] The post Eachine tiny QX90 appeared first on Drone Maniac. View the full article
  10. INTRODUCTION The WLtoys A959B is new revision of the super popular 1/18th scale brushed WLtoys 959 introduced three years ago. With this new model, the 390 motor is now remplaced with a monster 540 brushed edition… The advertized top speed is 70 Km/h !!! Just insane… As for the former series, three other car models are proposed […] The post WLtoys A959B, 1/18th buggy @70km/h appeared first on Drone Maniac. View the full article
  11. It’s avalable here: Aosenma_vast_gcs Allow mainly to flash a new firmware, tune PIDs, RTH max altitude and set the voltage alarm threshold for the emergency landing. It’s done by Hohem, the same compagy who released some 3-axis gimbal for the Cheerson CX-22, the Wingsland Minivet for example. Please find the full review this machine here: http://www.drone-maniac.com/test-ao-senma-cg035-fpv/ (Source […] The post AO SenMa CG035 FPV ground station software available appeared first on Drone Maniac. View the full article
  12. INTRODUCTION The Eachine Trashcan 75 was one of the most awaited machine after the great success of the first and compact 75mm 2S tinywhoop machines, i.e. the BetaFPV 75X and the happymodel modula 7. The Eachine answer on the paper is just incredible: all last electronic novelties are here: 0803 motors for 2S power, F4 flight controller […] The post Eachine Trashcan 75 appeared first on Drone Maniac. View the full article
  13. INTRODUCTION The Eachine Trashcan 75 was one of the most awaited machine after the great success of the first and compact 75mm 2S tinywhoop machines, i.e. the BetaFPV 75X and the happymodel modula 7. The Eachine answer on the paper is just incredible: all last electronic novelties are here: 0803 motors for 2S power, F4 flight controller […] The post Eachine E511S appeared first on Drone Maniac. View the full article
  14. INTRODUCTION The JYU Hornet S was a brushless quadcopter with the possibility to transform the machine into a simple flyer or into a FPV machine or even into a video plateform thanks to some clipsable modules. Unfortunatly, the Hornet S didn’t fill all the promises, i.e. the FPV module offered a poor range, the gimbal-camera system a poor flight time performance. Here is the JYU Hornet 2, the new upgraded version keeps the same spirit with clipsable modules and probably can be seen as the fixed Hornet S. Associated with the Hornet 2, four versions are proposed : a basic model to be used as a simple brushless flyer, a FPV version including also a 1080p camera (without EIS), a 3-axis gimbal coupled with a basic 4K camera, and the pro version including a 3-axis gimbal and 4K@30fps camera. BOX CONTENT JYU HORNET 2 Box Content 1 x JYU Hornet 2 1 x Transmitter (with a buitin 2200mAh LiPo) 1 x Charger 1 X 4S LiPo 3600mAh with propriatery connector 1 x 3-axis gimbal with 4K non-pro camera 2 X Landing gear 4 x Spare props (2 CW, 2 CCW) 4 x Prop guard 4 x Long translucid cups 1 x Screwdriver No instruction manual. You must download it at http://en.jyu.com/support/download/ image A small bag with all the screws to attach landing skid and prop guards image OVERVIEW The Hornet 2 is still a 280 mm brushless machine and is still 100% plastic based. The general design is also similar with the original Hornet S. The plastic looks a high quality one. For this new “major” revision, they promised to reinforce internally by some orthogonal tubes the general durability of this 100% plastic based canopy…. In the first hand, espcially when the battery is installed, the machine seems heavy…. and it’s hard to believe that this machine will resist to major crash. In comparaison with the Xiaomi Mi 4K, the hornet 2 looks much more compact. A good point….. Unfortunatly no possibility to fold at least the landing gear so the transportation won’t be so easy. and compared with the Walkera Vitus 320 FRONT VIEW The design is cool for sure and the integration of the gimbal-camera module well done. Anyway, the landing skid looks fragile… and won’t accept a hard landing without damage. What’s a pity also, there is way to fold the system for an easy transportation. When you remove the gimbal-camera module, you can access to the module bay where just above the battery connector, a small microUSB where to connect the machine to the “Hornet 2” PC software. SIDE VIEW On each side of the camera-gimbal module, you can find two press button to release the module. Just shift it forward to completly release it. To install it, pre-insert it then push it rear… You shoud hear the clip system when it’s done. REAR VIEW The Gimbal-camera system integrates a 2.4G WiFi module with a diversity system. In order to maximize the FPV range, it’s good to have one vertically and the second one horizontally. The battery bay UPPER VIEW We can guess one of the two plastic pads used to extract the battery. The second one is on the bottom side. We need to press on them then pull out the battery. In practice, it’s really hard to extract the battery. Probably after multiple extractions, it will be a bit more easier but actually each time I had to force a lot. BOTTOM VIEW The gimbal system don’t offer a classic dampening system with four dampening balls. Here we have a central circular dampening rubber element jailing the gimbal. It’s original and allow a more compact integration. We will see if it’s also efficient for the video stabilization. A plastic cover hides/protects the module bay The ground clearance is about 94mm large enough to welcome the 3-axis gimbal camera combo We still have the same light system as for the Hornet S controlable via the light button and left dial of the remote control. Three modes are proposed. Only with the first, the intensity can be controlled with the left dial. The second offers a circular larson effect. WEIGHT 413g standalone without props, battery and prop guard !!!! it’s already super heavy 774g with the battery 822g with the landing skid added :(. How to imagine this machine, especially in sport mode can resist to a major crash. The kinetic energy is 1/2mv² …. so quadratic with the velocity…… It clearly impossible for a full plastic structure to resist to anything if the hornet 2 crashes at 100km/h and more. IMHO it can survive up to 20km/h maximum…. and on a soft surface. The camera module standalone is 216g!!! so with the props installed the final weight is 1073g !!!!! Motors and props 22’s motors… 5mm for the shaft diameter so it will be super easy to find compatible props. 7.3″ props, exactly the same dimension as for the Hubsan 501’s ones LiPo For the Hornet 2, the battery is upgraded for a 4S model, a 3600mAH to be more precise. It should boost and improve general flight time The L40 model A proprietary connector. At least, no problem to insert the charger plug. First of all, there is an arrow painted on top of the charger connector and second point, it’s not possible to plug the charger connector inverted. If you short press on the main button, the level of remaining is displayed via 4 green lights. When 4 lights are here, it means 100%; 3 means 75%, 2 means 50%, 1 means 25% and below. No information if it’s a smart battery for example with an auto-storage mode. With the charger it’s possible to recharge both the LiPo and the builtin LiPo of the transmitter via the USB port. It takes 1h to recharge the battery. N Camera module Probably the most upgraded part for the Hornet 2. The new module is highly profiled and very beautifully design. We can find this central dampening system very well integrated. The two antennas can be bent individually. For the basic “Aerial 4K” (non-pro) the FOV is about 112 degrees while fo the pro is 100 degrees. For the non-pro we have a SONY IMX 179 sensor and a IMX117 for the pro version. Unfortunatly these sensor chips are “old” now… 3 years old… and it will unfortunatly impact a lot the general quality of the video recordings. A 16Gb scandisk microSD card is included in the button. There is also a microUSB port probably to update a gimbal firware and to connect to a specifc software. Unfortunatly, no specific software is available…. especially to calibrate the gimbal. It’s really an important missing. Associated with the two aerial options, we can now connect the two modules to a smartphone/tablet via a 2.4G WiFi link. The Application can be downloaded for both android and iOS as “JYU” First annoying thing, officially in the instruction, the default WiFi password is written to be 12345678 and I tried many many time without success. In practice, for my module, the password was JIANGYU2016 (thanks to samste !!!!). Now the question I have,… I am not completly sure that I received the final non-pro 4K module…. but according the specications, I should have it. After connexion you will retrieve the live FPV video feedback… and unfortunatly the resolution is rather poor, in VGA maximum Far from 720p preview generally we can have with Xiaomi Mi, DJI, walkera products One good thing, we have in picture in picture a small preview of the local map. Just press on it to switch to the map mode. A feature we can find for DJI or Hubsan Appz for example. It’s working well. On the top right of the appz in camera mode, we can find the setting button. 5 panels are available The first one for the general flight settings The second for the radio command settings (mode selection and calibration) The third for the battery cells monitoring The fourth for the camera setting Here only the video and photo resolution can be set. No other camera settings like exposure, shutter, color balancing… and why not the datarate quality…. Finally the fifth is some general settings where the level and compass calibration can be done. Here no possibility to calibrate the gimbal for example …. What I really like, from the menu in the first page is the possibility to replay the automatic logs stored into the microSD card. You can visualize all flight events even the sticks commands applied Ok now the moment of truth …. and let’s check the performances of this non-pro 4K module Here is a raw sample in 4K@25fps Results are not fantastic… first in term of gimbal stabilization, some microvibrations can be seen … and for some moment some “waves” appears. Awfull :(. For this second problem, I guess it’s more linked with the CMOS sensor, know to be more sensitive to jello…. We will see later than the props are mainly guilty and as soonas better are installed most microvibrations can be removed. Clearly the non-pro version in 4K don’t offer amazing results. Maybe the the 2.7K resolution @30fps should be prefered…. Here is a snapshot of the 4K recording… we can see a huge fisheye distortion at border :(… Some 1080p@60fps results If most of the waves effect are gone, with the original props, vibrations are still here… clearly far away in term of results than a Xiaomi Mi 4K for example. @1080p…. the compression factor is also huge…. you can clearly see pixelization’s bands in homogeneous areas… and a lot of compression artefacts to render small details (trees & branch)… More far/background details are blurred ….. Results are definitively disapointing. Transmitter The general shape of the transmitter remains the same as for the first Hornet S.. The advertized control range for the FCC version is about 1000m (800m for the CE version). No switches but two shoulder dials and four buttons on the main front plus two rear small button rear. The front side got also a central 3-positions switche to select the flight modes. Be aware, two radios can be found. The RA13 for the basic and FPV version and the RD13 for the gimbal camera versions. The RA13 includes an Analog 13 Channels 5.8G VRX while the RD13 a specilized 2.4G WiFi receiver as well as a builtin GPS module. The central vertical switch select the flight mode. The middle position is the default one with both GPS & altituld hold stabilzation. The upper position represents the “Manual” mode. Via the PC software or the Appz, the manual mode can be without any flight assistance (full velocity can be achieved) and with just the altitude hold assistance (default selection). When the central switch is in the lower position, we have the “Feature flight mode” where either Headless/ Waypoints (mission planning) or the wrist module (default) can be selected. The left dial control the light intensity only for the first light mode. What’s a pity for example through the appz it’s not possible to assign (yet) the role of the left dial. For example to control the tilt angle of the gimbal for example. The right dial controls the pitch angle of the camera 3 small lights are here. The left one when is green means the quadcopter and the radio is bound. If not (stay solid red), you can run the binding procedure as follow. Press and hold the RTH and auto-landing buttons while turnin the transmitter then within the first five second turn on the quadcopter. The right one indicates the level of battery, i.e. green when full charged and turn to red when charge is under 25%. There is also a central light linked with the buitin GPS. Actually this GPS (probably used for follow-me and Orbit mode) is not yet active. These two advanced features are actually only reserved if you own the wrist module but we can hope that a future appz/firmware update will also include them for the non-wrist module owners. Smartphones up to 6″ inch can be installed I regret that the neckstrap hook is too short to be compatible with DJI/Xiaomi Mi tablet holder. PC software A new update of the Hornet software is also proposed. If you own the aerial version, the PC software is almost useless except to flash new firmwares. Very important, to install and to run the appz, you must have the administrator rights. Right click on the exe files and “run as administrator”. There are two way to use the software: 1) to change a setting and 2) to upgrade fimrwares (FC, receiver, remote and wrist module) 1) RUN THE SOFTWARE TO CHANGE A FLIGHT CONTROLLER SETTINGS You must: Turn on the quadcopter first wait the second treeble beep then only connect the USB cable to your PC. The corresponding COM port should be available. 2) RUN THE SOFTWARE TO FLASH A NEW FC/RECEIVER FIRMWARES You must: Plug the USB cable first then turn on the quadcopter and wait the purple lights flash fast then run the software as administrator. 3) RUN THE SOFTWARE TO FLASH A NEW TRANSMITTER FIRMWARE You must: Plug the USB cable first between the radio (microUSB port) and your PC, turn on the radio then run the software as administrator. UNBOXING, ANALYSIS AND DEMO FLIGHT First test with all default settings. Of course a solid compass calibration was done: press the compass button on the appz or push the left stick in lower left and right stick in upper left positions. Turn twice first clockwise horizontally the machine (untill lights flash green) then noze up turn clockwise the machine twice too (the lights should stay solid green). Reboot the machine after the calibration. It’s advertized to do the compass calivration without the gimbal module install in order to not decalibrate the gimbal itself. I notice my gimbal is not perfectly leveled in the yaw direction, slight pointing to the right direction … and unfortunatly no software/procedure available to fix this problem … I really like the interface… simple, we can find everything immediatly and basic flight informations can be found easily. Maybe the real number of satellite received should be also printed. It’s not very clear how many satellites you need to receive in order to take off in “Normal” mode. First take off after arming the button… You definitively need to push the throttle above 70-80% to take off. It’s true at least for the take-off part. When in the air, the machine still perfectly in the air keeping its altitude with low altitude variations. The GPS & barometer stablization work very well. A good point. The machine flies beautifully and default PID settings offers smooth flight caracteristics. The machine when assisted by GPS & barometer is not a super fast flyer. A maximum of 5m/s can be reached. Of course most of these settings can be change in PC software/Appz. In term of radio control range, seems to be great. No dropout was abserved. The 2.4G FPV range will also depend of your smarphone/tablet WiFI sensivitity and beware than phone casing can block/decrease partially the RX sensitivity. I was able to fly the machine above 300m without problems My smartphone unfortunaly is not super WiFi sensitive. Much better results can be obtained and I am pretty sure than 500 and even more can be obtained. RTH works perfectly and offers a deviation limited to 1-2m maximum.. really acceptable. Flytime are about 13min before to reach 20% of remaining. so you can easily add two extra minutes… so close to 15-16min in practice so not so so far from the 18min advertized. How ever as you can especially for 4K recording, some jello and even waves can be seen in video recordings. Waves seems to be removed when the video resolution is turned into 1080p@60fps. General camera performances are relatively poor with a huge compression ratio. Small details are in general completly blurred/destroyed and you don’t have the feeling that it’s a clean 1080p recording. I did some other tests with the Hubsan H501 props also some 7.3″ models and as you can see below results are billions time better. Almost perfect stabilization….. more flight time are little bit extented as well…. so a win-win mod. Now the only limiting factor is the camera sensor. For the pro version we have a IMX 117 sensor. Here is a video taken by an action cam equiped with such sensor Results are better more sharp… so defintively the pro-version is highly recommended with you are looking for the Hornet 2. CONCLUSIONS Strange/mixed feeling I have with this machine. The Hornet 2 for sure improves a lot of the Hornet S results/performances. More powerfull machine in 4S from now with extented flight time. The PC software offers also some new settings and the Appz for the camera versions is really nice. But generally, I don’t understand how a 820g+ (probably more around 850g with the 1080p/5.8G FPV module) can be seen/used as a FPV machine: after a first crash, the machine will be probably in small parts. More non acro specifc flight mode. You can’t disable builtin gyros….. so you will be always with a 6-axis stablization. The only interest IMHO is the camera versions. And the non-pro version unfortunatly offers poors camera results. Only the pro-version will reach acceptable results competitive for example to a Xiaomi Mi 4K. The machine is not light, not super transportable, flight time correct without being fantastic and more …. the pro version is close to the 600USD !!! (while you can find the Xiaomi Mi 4K around 400USD !!!). More (but it’s true for 99% of advanced drones), the Appz and the machine requires new feature update to unblock for example the follow-me and the orbit flight modes for the non-wrist module owners. PROS + Precize GPS stablization + Improved flight time + Multimodule concept + More polished product + Good Appz + Good/acceptable stablization with Hubsan’s props. CONS – Poor general performances of the non-pro 4K camera – Jello/vibration with original props – Actually no follow-me/orbit without the wrist module (but should come with a appz/firmware update) – General interest of the FPV module (for a 820g+ full plastic based machine) – No camera settings available from the Appz – No gimbal software available actually – Wrong default WiFI password (at least for the non-pro version) – Expensive versus competitors (Xiaomi Mi 4K for example) – Thin and non-foldable landing skid – Battery hard to extract This quadcopter have been courtesy provided by Banggood in order to make a fair and not biased review. I would like to thank them for this attitude.You can find it actually for 520USD at https://www.banggood.com/JYU-Hornet-2-Racing-5_8G-FPV-With-4K-HD-Camera-3-Axis-Gimbal-RC-Quadcopter-RTF-p-1149085.html View the full article
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  17. I'm in need of some technical help with an issue I'm having with my new mobula 6. basically I'm following the direction through the Manuel.. but i get to a stopping point where i am unable to actually see the "Green light" which confirms the quad is armed. in betalight it shows that the channels are active and my receiver is transmitting to the drone. also the instructions aren't clear as to how to actually bind the quad once you take it out of betaflight and plug a battery in. I'm not the most knowledgeable about this stuff.. and would really appreciate someone's help as i really wanna get more into this hobby but i have no one in my direct area i can find that can help me. I'm using a dx8e dsmx spektrum radio.
  18. I did solve the electric fence issue there is a beginners mode in the app for my I phone and it was enabled so even when I was flying without a phone the electric fence was there.
  19. Looks like an nice inexpensive drone. For anyone else interested, check out the video:
  20. Bonjour, Je vous explique mon problème: J'ai fait tombé un ordinateur portable Asus sur l'embout qui relie le chargeur à l'ordinateur, résultat ça a cassé à l'intérieur de l'ordinateur le petit embout qui permet de recharger l'ordinateur. Du coup j'ai du le démonter complètement pour réparer la pièce, je l'ai collé, refait les soudures, j'ai tout remis en ordre. L'ordinateur remarche, se recharge, mais par contre la batterieasus.com ne se charge plus à 100% et au début quand je le débranchait du secteur, il se déchargeait extrêmement vite (30min au lieu d'1h30 avant). Et maintenant l'ordinateur s'éteint tout de suite dès qu'il n'est plus branché. L'ordinateur a encore la garantie constructeur, mais étant donné que j'ai cassé la pièce, j'ai pas tenté de l'envoyer. Je ne sais pas quoi faire. Si quelqu'un peut m'aider, merci d'avance...
  21. I am new to the drone experience I live in rural Ontario Canada so do not have any no fly zones around me. I bought the sg907 as it is easy to fly. I have enabled something that has put a electric fence area so it goes up 10 meters and out 30 meters. I am not sure how I did that and is there a way to reset it to the factory settings as it went a lot farther before I did whatever i did. Thanks in advance.
  22. I am new to drones and on my sg907 I have enabled something that has put limits on my altitude and distance and do not know how to disable. Is there a way to reset to factory setting on the drone it happens with a I phone connected and without.
  23. J'enverrai ce pointeur laser (https://www.laserpointeur.com/) à prix réduit / gratuit pour mon examen honnête. La seule chose que je n'ai pas aimé, c'est que le couvercle auquel le chargeur se connecte ne resterait pas et ne serait pas dans un endroit gênant. A part ça, je l'adore. La lumière est sans aucun doute le meilleur laser que j'ai jamais possédé. Trouvez plus facile d'éteindre et de rallumer en dévissant un peu le fond. La grande différence est la taille compacte. Pourtant, cela fonctionne et à ce prix, un autre bonus. De plus, il éclaire une distance incroyable pour un si petit emballage. Si seulement j'en savais plus sur la batterie et les remplacements ou les coûts, etc. Je pourrais lui donner un 5 étoiles pour une utilisation en camp. Je n'ai aucune idée de la durée de vie de la batterie rechargeable, mais je mettrai à jour l'examen lorsque j'en saurai plus. Je l'ai finalement finalement ouvert, et c'est génial. Il y a un bon schéma de l'ordre dans lequel tout visser ensemble, ce que j'apprécie. Il peut être laissé pointé vers l'extérieur ou caché à l'intérieur - aussi génial! Il est de bonne taille et la poignée laser est relativement confortable en main. Le métal est léger mais très solide. Ce pointeur laser fonctionne comme annoncé, avec les différents paramètres et la mise au point réglable pour le rendre aussi net ou diffus que vous le souhaitez. Dans l'ensemble, c'est un excellent produit modulaire. Ce sont de pires problèmes possibles pour un laser que "c'est un peu long". J'ai obtenu ce produit à prix réduit en échange de ma critique honnête et impartiale. Vous pouvez l'avoir court ou long. Le pointeur laser vert (https://www.laserpointeur.com/c-40_77_78.html) est réglable pour une lumière plus grande / plus petite. Cet ensemble est livré avec un étui de rangement étanche qui peut être conservé dans la voiture. J'ai reçu ce produit gratuitement en échange de mon avis honnête et impartial. Lorsque vous obtenez cela, vous devez retirer la batterie et retirer le plastique autour de la batterie, sinon cela ne fonctionnera pas évidemment. Si vous lisez les instructions fournies avec ce produit, il est indiqué de le faire, mais certaines personnes pourraient le manquer. J'apporterai cela avec moi en camping aussi. D'autant plus qu'il est livré avec un étui de transport rembourré, ce qui est un avantage majeur dans cette gamme de prix. J'ai reçu ce produit gratuitement en échange de mon avis honnête et impartial. On ne m'a pas demandé de critique positive, juste honnête. C'est très puissant. Veuillez considérer le nombre de fois que vous pourrez convertir cela en ses nombreuses formes avec la résistance des fils, à la fois en usure par filetage et en résistance ultime car je pense qu'ils sont un point faible certain, en particulier pour le système de refroidissement / le paiement devoir. Enfin, l'anneau avant du laser n'est pas aussi accrocheur, stabby ou poky qu'il devrait l'être. Les bonnes choses incluent la finition extérieure semble assez agréable et devrait durer longtemps. J'adore c'est plus d'un outil. J'ai ajouté ce laser à mon kit de camping / survie. Je recommande cette lumière pour une utilisation standard et camping. Il est également rechargeable et comprend la batterie. Assurez-vous simplement de lire les instructions et de retirer le film plastique de la batterie avant d'essayer de l'utiliser. Le système de refroidissement, bien que n'étant pas le plus grand boîtier jamais conçu, est pratique. Le pistolet laser fonctionne décemment. C'est assez puissant. Encore une fois, ce ne sera pas le laser le meilleur et le plus puissant du marché. La seule chose qui aurait été mieux était d'inclure le chargeur de voiture. J'ai acheté ce laser comme cadeau de Noël pour mon mari. Il aime les lasers et est un peu un collectionneur. J'étais ravi de trouver cela pour ce qui semblait être un prix décent. À la réception, le pistolet laser USB fonctionnerait avec des piles mais ne tiendrait pas la charge. C'était décevant d'avoir un produit qui ne fonctionnait que très peu et de voir mon mari déçu par la qualité. La diode Nichia peut être fixée ou utilisée séparément, toutes les pièces s'emboîtent pour faire du produit un total de 12,2 pouces. En tant que femme, je suis grande sur la façon dont les choses se sentent entre mes mains. La pièce de connexion qui fixe le système de refroidissement au pistolet laser a une borne de batterie pour terminer cette connexion. Cette zone prend un peu de dévissage à accomplir, ce qui est génial pour moi car il n'y a aucune chance de le détacher accidentellement. J'ai reçu ce produit à un prix réduit ou gratuit en échange de mon opinion impartiale. Vous pouvez ensuite dévisser le capuchon du compartiment à piles et visser la poignée de la diode Nichia. Une série de modifications comprenait un changement dans le type de laser utilisé et les lentilles. Alors, que nous réserve l'avenir? Cela n'est pas connu à l'heure actuelle. Nous vous tiendrons au courant ici, ou vous pouvez vous sentir libre de nous envoyer un courriel si vous souhaitez être informé lorsque nous aurons d'autres nouvelles. Si vous vous sentez un peu plus festif, vous pouvez même faire changer la couleur de vos pointeurs laser 20000mW avec de la musique. Un simple contrôleur audio et des produits à changement de couleur RVB s'associent pour faire toute une déclaration. Le puissant pointeur laser 20000mW est toujours préférable d'utiliser un transformateur connecté à l'alimentation secteur.Si vous ne pouvez tout simplement pas gérer cela, il existe des supports de batterie 12V disponibles en deux tailles pour s'adapter à la durée de fonctionnement de vos produits laser. Les ingénieurs en technologie laser souhaitent recommander aux utilisateurs la puissance de sortie la plus appropriée afin de produire un faisceau laser vert suffisamment lumineux et visible sur les champs de travail requis. Votre imagination est votre seule limitation.
  24. Hello all new to the group on a learning expedition. As the title suggests, I'm looking at using the NAZA MV2 package in a home brew drone I'm developing specifically for search and rescue. I'm not real familiar with the components of the package and wondering if anyone here is and if so, If like some guidance on its options. Specifically, I'm wanting away to incorporate search lights that can be controlled from a multichannel remote. The ability to turn them on and off, and adjust brightness. I'm hoping I can collect from the combined knowledge of the group. Thank you all in advance! Sent from my SM-G986U using Tapatalk
  25. Release The Beast https://youtu.be/RWNEyQr1ZNY
  26. DJI took the wraps off its latest drone today. Targeting industrial users, the Matrice 300 builds on the company’s Matrice platform, and sports a host of improvements from longer battery life, object detection sensors on all six sides and a 15 km video transmission range. The Matrice line has long been DJI’s all-in-one industrial product offering. These models are much larger and more utilitarian than its consumer or prosumer line and feature capabilities than align with those markets. Where consumers use drones for photography, industries and public service operations are increasingly looking to drones to gather data. The Matrice 300 is designed for data collection and aerial surveys. The drone is available with two different camera modules. The H20 features a 20MP camera with a 23x hybrid optical zoom, a 12MP wide-angle camera, and a laser range finder that can read distances from 3m to 1200m. The H20T adds a radiometric thermal camera to the sensor array, giving the drone additional functions. Integrated functions give the drone automated features such as the ability to automate routine photos — just mark the item on the controller’s screen, and when instructed, the drone will return to the area and take another photo of the object in the same location and angle. Other functions include the ability to track items while they’re moving. Like some of DJI’s other high-end drones, the Matrice 300 has a dual operator mode allowing two people to control the drone. Or, if needed, operators can switch control to another pilot located on the other end of the Matrice 300’s range, which should dramatically improve its range and safety. DJI stuffed this latest drone with additional improvements. Collision detection sensors are located on all six sides of the drone giving it 360 degrees of protection. A new controller ships with the Matrice 300, too, that’s loaded with updated flight software that appears to improve pilot control. Battery life is greatly improved too. DJI says the Matrice 300 has a flight time of 55 minutes, which is up from the Matrice 200’s 38-minute battery life and the 27-minute life found on the prosumer Inspire 2. Dual batteries power the device and allow for hot-swapping packs while the drone is on the ground, but not powered off. Pricing wasn’t released. The Matrice 300 will ship from DJI dealers in the second half of 2020. Source: https://techcrunch.com/2020/05/07/djis-latest-industrial-drone-has-55-minute-flight-time-15-km-video-range/
  27. Hello, does someone could help with wiring scheme for Futaba r6004ff receiver. I want to use it with Vortex 250 pro . Thank you Theos
  28. How do I bind a Flysky TH9x with Frsky DJT module to a Frsky sim dongle? The tx is one originally set up for 3DR Iris drone, and I don't know how to use it...
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