Lumenier QAV210

By Pasqual on Feb 12, 2017

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My first quadcopter build and still learning to fly with this frame. Really like it and in combination with the props a great combination that can handle some of my rookie crashes... :-)

Build the Quad pretty standard and tried to keep the wires as short as possible and removed some of the wires (like ESC ground signal wires) to make it a bit cleaner inside of the quad. Didn't use the headers on the flight-controller and soldered all wires directly to the board. Is my first real quad so started out with some smaller 4" props and 3S 1300mAh batteries.

Update: 2017-02-18 - Added some new and more photo's.


Part List


Lumenier QAV210 CHARPU Carbon Fiber FPV Quadcopter (25 builds)

Flight Controller

SP Racing F3 Flight Controller (Acro) (8 builds)


4 x Favourite FVT LittleBee 20A OPTO PRO ESC BLHeli 2-4S F396 Supports OneShot125 for RC Drone FPV Racing (20 builds)


4 x Tiger Motor F40 2300Kv FPV Series Motor


DAL T4045 BN Tri-Blade Bullnose (11 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam Swift 2 (198 builds)

FPV Transmitter

Eachine ET526 5.8G 40CH 25mW/200mW/600mW Switchable FPV Transmitter


TBS Triumph 5.8 GHz Antenna - SMA (541 builds)


FrSky XSR - S.BUS RECEIVER – MultiRotorMania (50 builds)


Tattu 1300mAh 11.1V 75C 3S LiPo accu
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Power Distribution

5V Step-Down Voltage Regulator (9 builds)

Power Distribution

Lumenier 4Power Mini PDB (21 builds)

Misc Parts

Lumenier Multi-functional RGB LED Tail Light (6 builds)

Misc Parts

QAV 210 Charpu Aeroguard by yve
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LeRAW   Nov 25, 2017  

Nice rig! Stylish!
What is the side plates?
How are performing those F40s, can you tell us something about weight/flying time/battery? Thanks

Whiffles   May 01, 2017  

How's the amp draw on those props? I'm looking for a good 4" prop to run on the KISS CC which is only 16A.

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