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    Sphinx FPV racing frame - looking forward to playing in spring

    let's check what this have inside!

    Naze32 Acro Rev Flight Controller

    • USB on right side
    • PPM/PWM input as through-hole
    • 3.3V, I2C on standard-size headers
    • Fully pinout compatible with rev5 accessories (OSDoge etc)
    • SBUS Inverter
    • Spectrum satellite
    • MPU6500
    • Sonar pads w/resistors added for direct connection to 5V sonar
    • All extra pads (FT, GP, A5) on top, only sonar on bottom
    • BMP280 barometer
    • 16mbit flash

    32 channels 5.8G video transmitter.

    NMB bearing
    Leaf shaped front cap
    Motor can tilt 5-10 degree to get higher speed

    2pcs 5V LED decoration lights

    Haha, ESCs are hiding in the carbon pipes!

    Will try this out in the spring! If it gets smashed, there will be trouble to disassemble it, seems not easy to do that
    Last edited by Bruce D. Pon; 11-29-2016 at 07:33 AM.

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    Gathered some information on specs:
    Wheelbase: 280mm
    Flight Controller: Naze32 Acro Rev6
    Speed Controller: BLHeli 20A
    Brushless Motor: 2204 2300KV
    Motor Tilt Angle: 5/10
    FPV Camera: 800TVL CMOS
    Camera Tilt Angle: 0-20
    5.8G Video Transmitter: 32 Channels 25mW/200mW Selectable
    RGB LED Boards: 5V DC
    Propellers: 6040
    Anntena: Cloverleaf Anntena

    Mark: there is also a vibration-free camera mount for GoPro.

    Bruce D. Pon

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    I am interested on how you adapted a specktrum satelite receiver to the Naze32 board.


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