Räsvelg 5" QuadXL.com

By Quadxl on Mar 31, 2017

10  462  15

One of the challenging frames to build. First time for me building with 4in1 ESC, less cables and much clean. Also first time with a Revo FC the plan is to replace it to an Omnibus V2 Pro with built-in BF OSD. The BrotherHobby R4 motors feels like having so much power and their color is just appetizing... The canopy was ordered from https://www.phx-3d.com/ to match the motors color. Overall it was a fantastic build experience, another quad to my large collection.

Photos

Part List

Frame

Rasvelg (7 builds)
Falconmultirotors.com
$69.00

Flight Controller

Flip32 F4 (Revo Pin Header edition) V2 (21 builds)
Readytoflyquads.com
$17.00

ESCs

30A Infantry _s "4IN1" ESC BLHELI_S-(MUILTSHOT)-(w/D-Shot Option) (8 builds)
Readytoflyquads.com
$35.99

Motors

4 x BrotherHobby Returner R4 Motor 2206 2300kv and 2600kv (3 builds)
Urbandrones.com
$107.96

Propellers

Ideal Prop The Flying Fish 5041 Tri Blade Propeller (Red Clear) (3 builds)
Readytoflyquads.com
$2.99

FPV Camera

Foxeer HS1177 XAT600M DC5V-22V 600tvl Sony Super HAD CCD FPV Camera (71 builds)
Surveilzone.com
$14.99

FPV Transmitter

TBS UNIFY PRO 5G8 HV (RP-SMA) (80 builds)
Team-blacksheep.com
$49.95

Antenna

TBS Triumph RP-SMA (RHCP 2pcs) (58 builds)
Team-blacksheep.com
$39.95

Receiver

FrSky XSR ACCST 16CH Receiver
Team-blacksheep.com
$29.95

HD Camera

GoPro HERO5 Session (197 builds)
Getfpv.com
$199.99
Show stores (6)

Discussion

Sign in to comment

lazd   Apr 08, 2017  

You gotta try the 1.8mm lens, the Räsvelg canopy was designed for it and it's the ram jam!

Quadxl   Apr 10, 2017 

How is that related to this specific frame?

lazd   Apr 10, 2017 

When we designed the Rasvelg canopy, we added another camera mounting nub further up in the canopy specifically for the 1.8mm lens so people could have a nice wide angle lens. We decided not to design a version to fit larger lenses like the one you are using because it had caused issues with dealers having so many variations of the Garuda canopy.

Quadxl   Apr 10, 2017 

alright, thank mate!

HyphPV   Mar 31, 2017  

For the love of Betty Crocker's holy panty drawer, fix those Rx antennas! Just pull the exposed bits down inside the heat shrink around the zip tie so the wear and tear doesn't get to them, and they're kept straight. That portion of the antenna can be inside the heat shrink and along the plastic; those materials won't act as a shield and interfere with reception.

Show 4 more comments
lazd   Apr 08, 2017 

Take a look at Snowqueen, that's how I do my RX antennas: http://rotorbuilds.com/build/1672

Quadxl   Apr 08, 2017 

Thanks mate!

EreKeR101   Apr 08, 2017 

Mmmm...Betty Crocker...."jk"

QuadX   Apr 01, 2017  

Love the build!!! How do you like the props?

Quadxl   Apr 07, 2017 

They are ok, didn't use them too much yet.

EreKeR101   Apr 03, 2017  

Liking that build. .. where's the parts list for that C.A.T build flossing in background? ...."LoL".. little humor there😃

Guides & Reviews

28 2,460  33
28 days ago

This guide will walk you through the process of building your first FPV quad. The goal with this design was to build a low-cost, lightweight quad, yet powerful enough to safely carry a GoPro in close proximity areas. I chose these parts to minimize the amount of soldering at no cost to the quality. A typical build requires around 30 solders while this only needs 25. It's not a huge difference, but..

Read more
26 6,958  24
Nov 30, 2019

In late 2019 DJI made inroads into the FPV scene with their remarkable low-latency digital system. It gave us a 720p video feed with latency on-par with the status quo, analog video. Traditionally we've used analog video systems for low-latency video, but the video quality is far from ideal. It's a trade-off we've been willing to accept for the control. Now we've got the best of both worlds and what..

Read more