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Graupner graupnerusa.com Graupner has raised the bar with its new mz-12 PRO 12-channel transmitter (P/N: S1002.PRO; $199.90), and has set a new standard in value and performance! Model enthusiasts, especially FPV and hand-launch sailplane pilots, will appreciate the design, which gives a locked-in feeling and provides better grip and accessibility to switches and controls. It features quad-bearing gimbals and an integrated long-range antenna. A 250-model memory offers unlimited storage, and it’s easy to move models between the transmitter and a computer by using the free Graupner Firmware Update Studio. Real-time telemetry is also integrated into the mz-12. The included Falcon 12 six-channel receiver provides telemetry functions that can be configured to notify a pilot of any system changes and can be used as a multirotor flight controller. Voice announcements and alerts are also programmable. A built-in speaker provides a clear and adjustable volume. It supports five model types: airplanes, helicopters, multirotors, boats, and cars. Switches can be assigned to any channel based on a pilot’s preferences. Included with the radio and Falcon 12 are a 1,500 mAh LiPo battery, a micro USB cable, and a quick-start manual.


ICARE-ICARUS


icare-icarus.com ICARE-ICARUS introduces the Sailfish F3K 900 (Kit: Part number Sailfish F3K 900, $129; PNF: Part number Sailfish F3K 900 RTF, $289), a high-performance micro DLG (Discus Launch Glider). With a sub-3-foot wingspan, it has the excellent flight characteristics of the F3K class 60-inch gliders. Suitable for intermediate and beginner sailplane pilots who want to give the F3K-class category a try, the Sailfish F3K 900 withstands crashes better than comparable carbon-fiber-constructed sailplanes. It’s built from premium, precision-cut, aircraft-grade plywood and balsa and carbon- fiber interlocking parts, with a fiberglass and carbon-fiber pod-and-boom fuselage. It easily fits assembled into a car trunk. All of the needed hardware, control linkages, glue, and iron-on covering are provided. The kit requires two submicro 4-gram servos, a 5- to 7-gram receiver, and a 1S 300 mAh LiPo battery. The PNF (plug-n-fly) version includes two Hitec servos, a LiPo battery, a battery adapter to the receiver, and a USB charger. A receiver is required.


E-flite e-fliterc.com


Satisfy your urge to fly indoors and in small spaces with the new E-flite UMX Vapor HP (EFLU6850; $69.99). This slow flier is smaller and lighter than the classic Vapor model aircraft. Its lightweight, durable, carbon-fiber airframe and featherlight film covering work in harmony to minimalize the effects of gravity. Combined with a powerful motor, gearbox, receiver/ESC/servo unit, and propeller, it can be flown at a variety of speeds, hover, and perform harriers or even aerobatics such as loops and stall turns. Industry- leading Spektrum DSMX 2.4 GHz technology is used in the receiver, so the Vapor HP can be flown with any transmitter that is equipped with Spektrum DSMX/DSM2 technology. No building is involved. Complete the aircraft with a transmitter, a 70 mAh 1S LiPo battery, and a suitable LiPo charger then bind and fly.


20 PARK PILOT [Summer 2018]


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