Kriegering

By SuperRoach on Jan 21, 2016

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Krieger 200

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Part List

Frame

ShenDrones Krieger
Desertaircraft.com.au
$111.20

Flight Controller

Acro Naze 32 Flight Controller
Multirotorgear.com
$24.93

ESCs

4 x LittleBee 20A Opto ESC with BLHeli firmware
Multirotorgear.com
$50.44

Motors

RCX07-410 : RCX H2205 (V2) 2350KV Multirotor Outrunner Brushless Motor (Motion Balanced) [RCX07-410] Review - USD12.99 : rcMart
Rcmart.hk
See Site

Propellers

HQProp 5x4.5 Bullnose Two Blade CCW - Carbon (pack of 2)
Multirotorgear.com
$2.67

Propellers

HQProp 5x4.5R Bullnose Two Blade CW - Carbon (pack of 2)
Multirotorgear.com
$2.67

FPV Camera

Super Mini DC5V-22V 17*17mm 600tvl Sony Super HAD CCD Camera
Multirotorgear.com
$48.94

FPV Transmitter

Angry Beez FX799T 200mw 40 CH Video Transmitter (37 builds)
Fpvheadquarters.com
$34.99

Receiver

FrSky X4R-SB - 3/16 Channel Receiver w/ SBUS (52 builds)
Getfpv.com
$24.99

Power Distribution

Foxeer PDB with 12V/5V Dual UBEC 12V
Desertaircraft.com.au
$9.50
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SuperRoach   Jan 21, 2016  

I made a guide about wiring up the flight controller to the X4R-SB to take advantage of the SmartPort and Sbus options:
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2573800

Been a fun and slow build, although far faster than the LKTR120. Good frame and surprisingly more than enough room inside the frame to place all of your components needed. LEDs are mounted with adhesive double sided tape at the moment which I'm weary of if they heat up. Which will be likely in a 4S Build.

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