Isabelle Bousquet Quadcopter June 12th, 2018 - 14:00:20
Second you will need a flight control board. This is the brains of the quadcopter. It controls how the motors work. When choosing your flight control board it is important to remember that not all flight control boards are created equal. Some are extremely sophisticated and capable of numerous functions such as GPS mission planning return to home and loiter modes. Choose your flight control board based only on what you really need when you are just getting started you will not need all the bells and whistles. Third you will need the motors and electronics speed controllers (ESC). The ESCs interface with the flight control board which receives commands from the receiver. The flight control board calculates what the motors need to do to make the quadcopter do what the user is telling it to do then tells the ESCs which in turn tell motors how to spin.
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.
When buying a Remote Control Quadcopter you should take into consideration the accessibility of spare parts components. You will likely experience a crash to your Quadcopter specifically if you are merely a rookie to this hobby. Thus it is essential to know that the Quadcopter version you bought has lots of readily available spare components for sale. Some repair works require using a soldering kit so its a great idea to get one when you place your order. It is consistently recommended that you acquire extra batteries as the smaller Drone will only fly for around 8 minutes on one battery charge. Along with the countless Quadcopter Review sites there is also an abundance of wonderful videos on YouTube and youll find committed Facebook Pages that are an excellent source of information on the subject. Doing a comprehensive your study is recommended before acquiring a bigger and a lot pricier version.
The most obvious standout feature that this remote-controlled quadcopter offers is surely its incredibly compact size. A lot of the hobby drones out there are massive monstrosities that can be very slow and quite challenging to get up off the ground. And even more of a challenge to control in inclement weather-- but the same can not be said when youre discussing the Blade Nano QF BNF. Small enough to fly around in a single room in your house or office but sturdy enough to fly around outside in nearly any weather condition (insert obvious disclaimer about storms hurricanes and tornadoes of course) this is a quadcopter design that is set to revolutionize the industry.