Tiny Brushless 90 mm

By drmrb on Jan 09, 2017

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J0kerJ4y   Mar 19, 2017  

Hey so what does it run on? Betaflight? Cleanflight?

drmrb   Mar 19, 2017 

Running Betaflight. Flies pretty good already with stock settings.

Whiffles   Feb 14, 2017  

Do you think something this small could handle a Mobius Mini? I'm curious how plausible it would be to record HD on one of these 2S quads.

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drmrb   Feb 15, 2017 

Maybe Ill give it a try with 2s. Just placing a camera on top will not work though there is not enough space but some spacers with a smaller
footprint should do the trick.

Whiffles   Feb 15, 2017 

Do you have a Mobius Mini?

drmrb   Feb 25, 2017 

yes. had a quick look. there is too little space on the top. in particular with my vtx placement.

hklv   Jan 17, 2017  

Hey! Love this. What about the battery? Also for the battery connector to the FC (Emax STM32F303 F3) what I have to buy?

drmrb   Jan 17, 2017 
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I am using 2S batteries with JST connectors in the 300 to 500 mah range with this build. For the JST connector you would need to solder something like that http://www.banggood.com/Amass-JST-Parallel-Line-60-Core-20AWG-Extension-Cable-10cm-p-1011808.html?rmmds=search to the board.

hklv   Jan 24, 2017 

Ok, thanks! Another question, can I use this? LiHV Turnigy Bolt 500mAh 2S 7.6V 65~130C

drmrb   Jan 25, 2017 
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Those should work fine.

Whiffles   Jan 10, 2017  
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I'm curious, how did you mount your FC?

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drmrb   Jan 16, 2017 

no crashes yet. The frame is 2mm and feels like it should be able take some considering the overall weight of only 60 to 70 grams including the battery. If not then I'll order another one or try something more expensive like this one http://hoverbot.io/

Whiffles   Jan 16, 2017 

I was looking at the Hoverbot as well. It looks like a nice frame, but it does come at a cost compare to this one.

drmrb   Jan 16, 2017 

Yes. The Hoverbot is cleaner to build with the frame being designed for these motors, e.g., more space for ESCs on top and matching standoffs for the flight controller. The price of the China frame is tempting though... if you don't mind some tinkering. I also like the very low profile of my build better with the camera in the front.

dirtdiver   Jan 09, 2017  

Daaaaaamn. Hows she fly? That thing is awesomely light!

drmrb   Jan 10, 2017 
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Only did a couple of short indoor flights. Promising! Cant wait to try it outdoors when its a bit less rainy.

yksaircrafts   Jan 09, 2017  

I definitely love it !

Whiffles   Jan 09, 2017  

d'aww.. Look at that little baby quad.. It's so cute! Do you have any more photos?

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