GEP-Cygnet 3 Pro

By DroneDome on Jun 21, 2020

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Built my version of a GEP-Cygnet 3 Pro. All parts were from GEPRC except the RunCam, and receiver.

  • Link to how I wired my second build (and first build): PPT Build Diagram
    Note: My first attempt to wire up the quad had a couple of issues with the Video not displaying. At first I wired my RunCam to the GEPRC VTX but the image did not display properly, so I instead wired my cam to the FC. The link shared is the final wiring end result; included is the Caddx Vista I used for my first build. The quad is balanced well and flies fast.

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