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Quetiano You are absolutely correct, one of the most horrible antennas I've used yet!It's suitable for a few meters in range, Banggood should get banged good for selling utter crap like this lol

2022-05-21 02:03:54 Helpful (1)
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airshredder73 motors don't beep. only the esc does. if you put too much power such as lipo cells. it will burn out.

2022-04-25 02:38:27 Helpful (0)
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Quetiano Theoriginal Gps is working from my personal experience, what I did was after some trial and error, I removed the gps wiring that travels under the vtx which lays on the carbon fiber frame, and allowed it to travel freely above the vtx to the gps. After a few minutes, I managed to get gps lock on 8 satellites.

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Q: Does this quad come with the GPS installed and configured?

Asked by mmccaule on 2021-01-13 07:05:42

Quetiano After trial and error, I managed to get the gps to lock on to satellites, you'll have to open the quad, free the gps wires running from the flight controller to the gps which travels under the vtx, then allow the gps wires to run freely to the gps above the vtx, that allowed me to lock onto 8 satellites. Theres something about the carbon frame or vtx that affects the gps through its wires.

2021-09-09 11:33:03 Helpful (0)
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Q: Did anyone try it on 8s? I know it is not rated for.

Asked by Christopher on 2021-08-09 05:46:41

Quetiano You can try it by using it on an 8s, but, I suggest to use this motor for slow flight, NOT for high speed, otherwise the motor will probably burn.

2021-08-09 11:20:53 Helpful (0)
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Quetiano Firstly, make sure that your soldering iron is heated up...properly...you need at least 350 degrees celcius for thin wires to solder, and make sure the tip is clean, there must be no black coating or residue caused by usage previously. For the solder, use flux which you can purchase separately... apply flux to places that you are going to solder...then solder.

2021-07-07 10:12:08 Helpful (2)
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Q: Can this guy measure internal resistance?

Asked by alperenkadir58 on 2021-05-23 04:58:46

Quetiano No, not that I know off, however, a multi meter can do that instead.

2021-05-24 12:02:46 Helpful (0)
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Q: can this be a pusher airplane motor?

Asked by BG130321116 on 2021-03-16 03:04:29

Quetiano Yes, it all depends on the prop direction and motor direction. The motor direction can be changed by swopping two of the three esc wires that is joined to the motor

2021-03-16 03:15:47 Helpful (0)
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Quetiano Yes you can, as long as it has a magnetometer for the quad to use.

2021-02-21 02:53:20 Helpful (0)
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Q: Where can I buy the battery?

Asked by Pamela_Piedad on 2020-12-06 07:51:42

Quetiano You can purchase one 18650 battery at your local shop or do a google search for the 18650 battery for sale in your country. In the google search results, you'll see which local shops will have stock.

2020-12-06 09:39:47 Helpful (0)
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OzFPVflyer Youdont need to use a connector, just solder your wires to the Vtx. 5V Cam powers the camera, GND is the ground (black wire) that goes to camera, Video (yellow wire) goes to Camera, GND and 7-26V are the power leads from either battery or power distribution board that powers the Vtx. You can see where to solder the wires just below all the writing on the vtx, dont use too much solder and dont bridge the connections. Hope this helps and its easy to do.

2020-09-18 02:09:15 Helpful (1)
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Q: Does the TBS version come with Crossfire Micro TX V1 or V2?

Asked by Anonymous on 2020-07-03 12:16:49

Quetiano It comes with V1 of the Micro TX.

2020-07-03 01:08:59 Helpful (0)
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Quetiano It should be able to work if the 5.8 G spectrum is used on the transmitting side, for instant, the camera

2020-06-15 02:02:06 Helpful (0)
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Q: will a air unit work with this?

Asked by Blake Wissink on 2020-05-20 03:01:14

Quetiano Whats an air unit ? This is a flight controller aka autopilot only for a quadcopter (drone) or remote control aeroplane or any other remote control flying object thats DIY.

2020-05-20 11:46:20 Helpful (0)
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Q: does it has 3.3volt?

Asked by soorajmon on 2020-05-04 10:10:08

Quetiano No,it only has 5v.But dont buy this,buy a flight controller with a built in barometer,this mamba,to me, is crap, its crap only if you're going to add a gps with compass,and a baro. Refused to work in betaflight and inav,i eventually got it working in betaflight through good trial and error, but refused to work in inav,yet i needed it for inav since it is for long distance flight with waypoint programming so itsAvoid this mamba flight controller if you really can

2020-05-04 10:49:24 Helpful (0)
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