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Rachelle Haughn rachelleh@modelaircraft.org


SPECIFICATIONS:


TYPE: RTF quadcopter SKILL LEVEL: Beginner to expert


POWER SYSTEM: Four custom 8520 brushed 8.5 mm motors; four two-blade propellers; 2S 260 mAh LiPo battery (all included)


DIMENSIONS: 6.5 x 5.5 x 2 inches WEIGHT: 39.1 grams FLIGHT TIME: Four-plus minutes NEEDED TO COMPLETE: Nothing PRICE: $249.99 INFO: fatshark.com


FEATURES:


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>> Two-year limited warranty


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All of the quadcopter’s electronics, including the 130° FOV camera, are well protected by its frame. This multirotor can withstand several hard crashes and fly away with no battle scars. Ruddick photo.


requirements on Steam’s website by searching for DRL.


If you can successfully run the flight simulator on your computer, you need to simply connect the included transmitter to your computer. The USB cord that came with the Fat Shark 101 system


to charge your goggles is the same one that can connect your transmitter to the computer. A Flight Simulator Roundup that includes the DRL simulator can be found on the Model Aviation website (modelaviation.com/fpv-simulator- roundup).


When you feel comfortable enough flying your quadcopter with the simulator, it’s time to fly it in real life! After charging your batteries, turn on the transmitter by depressing the power button for five seconds. A green light will illuminate. Make sure that the throttle stick is all the way down. There are two switches at the top of the transmitter. The one on the left controls the flight modes—Beginner, Intermediate, and Pro—and the one on the right turns the motors on and off. Beginner pilots should start with the left switch all of the way up (away from the flier), and all pilots need to start with the right switch all of the way up to ensure that the motors are turned off. The next step is to connect the LiPo


battery. It comes in a protective plastic case that easily clicks into place on the


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