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Q: What are the differences between the E129, E130 and E160?

demandé par sanbucher sur 2020-12-11 07:23:23

Laurie I understand the E160 has brushless motors, whereas the other two have brushed.only.

2021-01-14 02:17:16 Utile (0)
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Laurie Ifly mine with both the 28mAh and 50mAh batteries, and get much longer flight times than that with both - over 10 minutes with the 50mAh. I suspect your batteries might be damaged. It's very important to charge them with only the charger supplied - other hobby chargers usually have a minimum charge rate of 100mA, which is far too high for these batteries.

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Q: can this esc handle a 7.4 2s lipo 25c and 2200mAh?

demandé par BG954251284 sur 2020-12-23 09:17:14

Laurie Yes. I have cut the partition in the battery bay out on mine to make more room, and I am using a 2S 40C 2200mAh lipo. I also replaced the stock battery plug with an XT60. It doesn't make the tank perform noticeably better, as the stock battery seems to be able to supply all the current needed, but it makes drive times far longer - over 40 minutes!

2021-01-04 04:50:32 Utile (0)
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Q: How do I bind my old transmitter to the new board

demandé par BG451144950 sur 2020-09-13 10:11:00

Laurie It happens automatically - just use the same procedure as you did with the original board.

2021-01-04 04:38:20 Utile (0)
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Q: How much volt battery can I connect with this circuit board?

demandé par mihamartincic sur 2020-04-15 01:43:33

Laurie Actually 8.4V which is the voltage of the stock battery when fully charged. There has been discussion on rcgroups.com about whether you can use a 3S lipo battery, which has a fully charged voltage of 12.6V, and some say you can do it, but I think you would risk damaging the board or the motors. The performance is very good with the stock battery. Run time is very long as well (20 minutes plus) but if you wanted even longer, you could fit a larger battery after removing the partition in the battery bay. I use a 2S 2200mAh lipo and the run time is incredibly long.

2021-01-04 04:36:54 Utile (0)
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Q: Эта плата будет работать с EAT06 от Eachine?

demandé par Karpov sur 2020-10-23 08:37:00

Laurie The question is, will this board work with the Eachine EAT06 tank. The answer is yes, but the battery plug is different. So you will need to unsolder the battery plug from your failed board, and solder it to the new board. Also, on the EAT06, there are connectors soldered directly onto the board that power the lights on top of the tank. You will need to unsolder those and solder them to the new board, if you want those lights to continue to function. In general, all spare parts for the SG 1203 tank will work with the EAT06, because they are really the same tank. I have asked Banggood to say this in the spare parts descriptions, but they won't. I am guessing this is because of the contracts they have with their suppliers that prevent them from admitting that it is the same tank. It's not a difficult job to fit a new board. I have a thread on rcgroups.com that you can find if you search "EAT06 teardown" that shows at post #93 exactly how to do it.

2021-01-04 04:30:24 Utile (0)
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Q: Can it turn, or does it only go backwards and forwards?

demandé par Laurie sur 2020-12-31 08:15:51
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BG425418469 We are also interested in these pilots in smaller scales. Say 4-6 cm in height. The idea is to add them to an existing product. We would order wholesale. Are you considering smaller scales? Regards, Jonas o. b. TradeUp

2020-12-25 09:21:13 Utile (0)
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Laurie This one is not as bad as some of them. It even has provision for fitting a neck strap. But of course, I would rather be using my Taranis. There is a sticking point though - because of the altitude hold, BOTH sticks have the up-down stick movement spring loaded to the centre. So if you are using conventional planes most of the time, you would have to either dedicate a transmitter to this heli, or open up the Tx and reset the spring loading each time you fly this one after flying one of your planes.

2020-12-20 04:12:46 Utile (0)
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Coops Basically, this device is a PHONE CHARGER. It's quite clear from the description and the attached Video. You can also use it for powering 12V soldering irons and other devices using USB (5.0V) or via USB to detect PD or QC protocols for up to 12V. It uses a RC Battery as the power input, which is the purpose of the battery connector. That can be used as a power source, as well us for a discharger. So, after a day of RC, instead of discharging any of your batteries into heat, you discharge them into your phone.

2020-12-19 05:12:28 Utile (0)
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