Isabelle Bousquet Quadcopter June 12th, 2018 - 14:01:35
The battery that comes with the model is a 1S 3.7V 500 mAh LiPo battery and provides about 10 minutes of battery life. The battery does take about 45 minutes to charge so you might want to get yourself a couple extra batteries so that you can fly for longer periods of time. They are pretty cheap and provide for much more fun! And dont worry about crashing as long as you are over grass you can pretty much crash it as much as you want. The carbon fiber spars are strong and the plastic canopy is durable. It is so light that there is not a lot of momentum built up in a crash so there is not a lot of damage that can occur. But if you DO happen to break something there are in depth tutorials online on how to repair your little quadcopter. It also comes with spare propellers and you can buy replacement parts online.
The Blade Nano QF BNF Quadcopter is a spectacular piece of engineering and quite possibly the closest you will get to a handheld UAV in the next few years or so at least! The Blade Nano is compact enough and lightweight enough to allow it to be fully held in one hand. And its sleek small size ensures that it can easily be flown safely around your house. Even in the smallest of rooms! But small doesnt mean limited especially in the case of the Blade Nano QF BNF Quadcopter! Because of the built-in gyroscope plus a heap of other great features you will have the capability to pilot this incredible craft up to 300 m away. This is achieved by capitalizing on DSM2 or DSMX radio transmission technology.
If you are looking for that perfect Christmas present this year for boys (and girls!) of all ages then you really should look at one of the many different choices of quadcopters and drones that are available today! You really want that excitement and that sheer look of happiness when they open their presents Christmas morning and once they unwrap their new drone or copter... well you will not have to wonder if you have got it right. The smiles and wide eyes will tell you clearly enough! Quadcopters are still relatively new technology well at least when we are talking about as a commercially available toy. Sure they have been around for a little while now however up until recent times they have been very expensive and not nearly geared and built as much for fun as they are today. What this means is that a new quadcopter is not going to be under every single tree so there will be quite a lot of uniqueness and also envy from your childrens friends! It is probably also the very first time they have received such a toy and let me tell you a drone or quadcopter really is a toy like no other!
Should we be using different bearings for our high-speed rotor blades which are used on the most common drone types like the Quadcopter designs? I believe so as these drones need to be very reliable long range and will have important cargo onboard as part of their important missions whether on the battlefield commercial application or delivering you a very important pizza or Amazon package. This got me thinking that not only is this relevant to todays military aircraft space flight propulsion future jet engines but also relevant for high-speed little motors that spin well over 10000 RPM. If we want these motors to last and if there are multiple motors per flying craft; MAV - Micro Air Vehicle UAS - Unmanned Aerial System or PFC - Personal Flying Craft (Air Taxi) then it makes sense to use such technology.