This is just part of the ZMR250 build log, Drone kit -Building a ZMR 250. It was moved to a separate post, in order to reduce the size of the original blog.
This blog will reiterate some of the points raised in my other XBee specific blogs, but this is written specially from the point of RC, and to a lesser extent, First Person Video [FPV] transmission. Continue reading RC Transmitters – DIY – XBee
I won a cheap Turnigy 9XR Pro on eBay for £34.
Trying to see what extras come with it was an issue. Did it come with a battery, a power supply, manual, neck halter, etc.? Continue reading RC Transmitters – Turnigy 9XR Pro
Please note that this is an on-going blog, and things will change from day to day, as extra information is added, and errors are retrospectively corrected. Please bear that in mind, when reading this – This is not a finished blog, as yet, by any means. Continue reading Drone kit -Building a ZMR 250
From Din Daeng market I found a TX9000 RC helicopter – 60 Baht the helicopter, 20 Baht for the controller. It was missing the charger and a blade is cracked. Two days later I went back and managed to get the correct charger (4V, 650mA) for 10 baht. I also obtained a second broken helicopter for parts, a week later. Continue reading Tian Xiang helicopter – 9009 RC Aeronef
After having second thoughts about whether a XBee 868 is suitable for a RC, seeing as it is dubious if it is suitable for video transmission, see XBee and video streaming, I thought that it would be wise to check to see if they are appropriate for R/C control. This search surprisingly throw up some issues with the XBees devices, namely: