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Isabelle Bousquet Quadcopter June 12th, 2018 - 13:58:42
Additionally it has a size of 31 x 31 x 7.2cm and it offers you two colors options including green and white. Made of ABS and PS materials it has a super strong structure which ensures the safe flight. Exactly the prominent feature of JJRC H31 is the super anti-wrestling ability. Depending on the strong structure it will be intact even it falls from the high altitudes when it is out of control. Besides it has not been affected when impacted at high-speed flying. If you like you even can trample it on the ground. You do not have to worry about it because this completely damage will not bring it any effect. Very strong structure it has! Another feature I appreciate is the waterproof ability. This is very useful when you fly it near waters. If the RC drone immerses into the water and socks for a few minutes it is unnecessary for you to do any treatment. When it is full of water it even can complete 360 degrees rolling. Additionally JJRC H31 supports headless mode. Although this feature is normal for RC quads thanks to the special appearance design it is able to complete the pattern rotating action. And this has another benefit of flying in any direction you like.
So because it is so difficult to learn how to fly a quadcopter I will always recommend that a beginner buy a small quadcopter toy before dropping $450 on a DJI Phantom for example. There are a couple good little quadcopter toys out there but my favorite is the Syma X1 Quadcopter. It comes in a few different configurations you can get a space ship bumblebee or UFO. It comes with everything you need to fly for just about $30. That includes a 2.4 GHz transmitter so you can fly indoors and outdoors with a pretty good range. It also means that you can fly more than a couple of these guys around. It can also do flips in any direction at the touch of a button! One important thing to note is how to calibrate it. A lot of people think that their quadcopter is broken because after they plug in the battery and try to fly it it will always veer off in one direction. This is because when they plugged it in it wasnt on level ground when it calibrated the gyros. So what the flight controller thinks is level really isnt level. So what you have to do is plug in the battery then immediately place it on a flat surface so it can calibrate correctly. Then you are ready to go!
Bind-and-Fly on the other hand requires you to first bind the machine with its transmitter before taking it off ground. Such a machine is not meant for hobbyists as it requires a little assembly which only experts can handle. Similarly ARF or Almost-Ready-to-Fly aircraft require some sort of assembly before they could be used. These machines come with an instructions manual so that anyone could assemble it easily and quickly. They are perfect for expert pilots who already have the radio equipment (the transmitter and the receiver) and are only looking for other parts to complete the structure of their vehicles. All these UAVs are available off-the-shelf in the price range of $50 to $3000 and even more depending on their specifications model and overall design. Most quadcopters are very robust and durable and therefore they last for a long time if handled properly. Although these UAVs are considered friendly they do pose threat to public safety as they can mistakenly fly over private property and no-fly zones or collide with another aircraft damage something or crash land somewhere unknown. It is therefore advisable to follow the precautionary measures while flying these seemingly harmless quadcopters for the sake of fun in order to ensure safety.
This was an easy decision. Since this was going to be my first multirotor I threw out the idea of a 6 or 8 motor design right away. Theres already too much complexity in even a very basic design. No need to make the job any harder! I was going to keep it really simple and then go on from there. Tricopters have been very successful. But I really hate the idea of the yaw (directional) stabilization servo in the back. I see it as a weak point. Just like a traditional helicopter it is another weak point susceptible to mechanical failure. So in the end the decision was easy. I went with a quadcopter design. This is a very simple design where the motors are spinning counter-rotating propellers.