Quantcast
Jump to content


  • Sign Up, it's FREE!

    Welcome to RC Drone Forum! Use the main menu and search bar to navigate our site. It's always FREE to join our Drone Community and post in our forums, create your own Drone club, share your photos and videos and more. It's easy to get started and you can login with some of these popular social networks.

TEST: RealAcc Orange85 (135g, 3S, 1106, F3, 200mW 40CH)


Drone News
 Share

Recommended Posts

null

INTRODUCTION

The RealAcc Orange85 is the 3S and propguarded version of the Eachine Chaser88, a compact brushess X-quadcopter. The general massive orange color design is given by the 3D printed propguard. With the RO85 we have F3 picoblx board without OSD but with a builtin buzzer, a 4-in-1 10A BLHeli_S ESC board Dshot600 ready and a 200mW 40CH 600TVL CMOS AIO camera. Three choice of receiver are offered: DSM2/X for spektrum radio, FlySky AFHDS-2A and FrSky in D8 mode. Let’s discover this bundle.

BOX CONTENT

null

The packaging is basic regular box…. no specific marketing probably to reduce cost.

+ 1 x RealAcc Orange85 (with a 3S 450mAh LiPo with XT30)
+ 1 x Charger
+ 4 x Spare props (2 CW, 2 CCW)

No instruction manual ….

null

OVERVIEW

The RO85 is the deluxe/revised mode of the Eachine chaser88, just few mm smaller for the diagonal distance between motors.

null

null

null

Realtively bad news, 3K carbons arms are only 1mm.

null

If the propguard improves the general robustness of the system, if you decide to remove the propguard, the arms will probably break super fast.

-FRONT VIEW
null

With racerstart 2035 props installed

null

-SIDE VIEW
null

null

To insert easily a microUSB cable it’s more easy to remove the front left props

null

For better 2.4G transmission, the FrSky’s antenna should be installed more vertically rear as follows

null

-REAR VIEW
null

two programmable LED lights are jailing the builtin buzzer

null

Actually they indicate left and right direction respectively

-UPPER VIEW
-BOTTOM VIEW

null

The prop guard is massive, 3D printed

null

null

Standalone weights around 23g …. For sure this material is less efficient than 3K carbon… and can break/explose in a lot of small parts during a crash

-WEIGHT
null

More than 135g standalone …. it’s a lot for a 85mm machine … the guilty is this 3Dprinted propguard, more than 23g standalone.

null

Motors

null

null

LiPo

null

null

null

null

Camera module

null

Disassembling

UNBOXING, ANALYSIS, BINDING, CONFIGURATION AND DEMO FLIGHT

CONCLUSIONS

PROS

+ Orange color
+ Good PIDs out of the box
+ Powerfull in 3S despite 135g
+ F3 FC w/betaflight
+ Good AIO FPV camera with good FPV range
+ Antenna guard

CONS

– 3 min of flying duration
– 1935 pentablades props introducing a bit of jello
– No OSD
– Breakable and heavy propguard
– 1mm carbon arms
– Heavy 85mm machine
– Real 200mW VTX ?
– No telemetry for the FrSky D8 receiver

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 136USD at http://www.banggood.com/Realacc-Orange85-F3-FPV-Racer-BNF-Dshot-10A-ESC-5_8G-40CH-200mW-VTX-600TVL-14-Cmos-Camera-2-3S-p-1139956.html

Cet article TEST: RealAcc Orange85 (135g, 3S, 1106, F3, 200mW 40CH) est apparu en premier sur Drone-Maniac !!!!!!!.

View the full article

Link to comment
Share on other sites



Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

 Share

×
×
  • Create New...