Andromeda (iFlight iH3)

By Armand9x on Apr 18, 2019

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My goal was to build something with enough power to carry a split mini with out props in the field of view.

Weighs in at around 220 grams with a 650mah 4S battery.

Flight:

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GixxerJasen   Jul 22, 2019  

I really like this build and have been using it as a base for my first build. Almost got all the parts. Two questions if you don't mind. What's mounted to the top part? I see the fpv transmitter but what's the other thing toward the top of the photo. Also, what's with all the blue tape?

Armand9x   Sep 29, 2019 

FC is mounted at the top. the blue tape just keeps out mushed up grass.

makopolo   Jul 31, 2019  
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Looking at using this as a guideline for my first build. There seems to be a lot of room in the frame and really light.

effwerd   May 02, 2019  

What did you think of that FC? Good layout? Good enough documentation? No problems getting the right target on it and co figured? Nice build!

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Armand9x   May 03, 2019 
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the other user who chimed in is correct, and I agree that it is a good FC. I did have one issue with a grey screen on my video feed, but it appears to have been fixed with a cli command. I would buy it again if I built a second quad.

Armand9x   May 03, 2019 

“If there is a delay in startup for the CLF7 target, type the commands below in the CLI
resource i2c_sda 2 none
resource i2c_scl 2 none
save
this will fix the delay start up problem”

effwerd   May 03, 2019 

Thanks guys!

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