Green Stryder

By IvanNik on Jul 30, 2017

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My first drone. Only the best: Connex Prosight, Stryder frame, Tiger motors, DSHOT 1200 ESCs.
It's incredible fast.

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Part List

Frame

Stryder (2 builds)
Anomalydrones.com
$110.00

Flight Controller

Matek F405-CTR Flight Controller (63 builds)
Helipal.com
$45.90

ESCs

4 x Lumenier BLHeli_32 35A 3-6S DSHOT 1200 ESC w/ LED (6 builds)
Getfpv.com
$71.96

Motors

4 x Tiger Motor F80 2200Kv FPV Series Motor (11 builds)
Getfpv.com
$103.96

Propellers

DAL TJ6045 Tri-Blade Regular (11 builds)
Dalprops.com
$2.69

FPV Camera

CONNEX ProSight HD Camera (15 builds)
Getfpv.com
$79.99

FPV Transmitter

CONNEX ProSight HD Transmitter (16 builds)
Getfpv.com
$99.00

Antenna

CONNEX ProSight Replacement HD TX Antenna Set (8 builds)
Getfpv.com
$19.99

Batteries

TATTU R-Line 1550mAh 4s 95c Lipo Battery (81 builds)
Getfpv.com
$37.99
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Discussion

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IvanNik   Oct 19, 2017  

Finally, I think Dal 6045 Tri-Blade props are the best option

IvanNik   Oct 09, 2017  

After crash/bad soldering I changed Flight Controller to Matek F405 AIO. (prev. betaflight F3 is discontinued)
Also HQ props are so fragile.. I found better props - GemFan 6045BN Tri-Blade (testing)

IvanNik   Sep 09, 2017  

Stryder frame has one big disadvantage - when you brake base plate you have to rebuild entire drone (that I did recently).
I see 2 options: use 5mm plate or install 4-in-one ECS.

QuadX   Aug 01, 2017  

What kind of amps are you drawing on those props?

IvanNik   Aug 02, 2017 

I didn't test it properly (in the trip at the moment)
But I expect 35-40 amps, see http://www.miniquadtestbench.com/t-motor-f80-2408-2200kv.html
It's my first build, so any comments are appritiated.

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