The Light Show

By Bonnervision on Feb 24, 2018

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Objective: Build the brightest most noticeable quad possible while maintaining acrobatic ability and moderate speed.

Constraint: Use old Qav 250 frame and other most parts on hand. Everything except the LEDS is come out of my horde of new and used parts.

Plan: 12 LEDs per top/bottom of each arm. 24 LEDs on bottom of base plate. 36 LEDs on top of stack plate. 24 LEDs per side of the stack. Total goal of 204 LEDs?

Top front arms, top rear arms, bottom front arms, bottom rear arms, and the stack will each be separate 'strings' running off the LED PD .

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ISubrosaI   Mar 08, 2018  

On the bright side, at least you won't lose it.

The Quadfather   Feb 24, 2018  
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How much does it weigh with all those lights LOL

Bonnervision   Feb 24, 2018 

Dunno

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