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Eachine Wizard X220 FPV Racer *Complete Setup* $196.99

Started by Sonny Coleman, April 12, 2017, 09:59:28 am

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Sonny Coleman

Eachine Wizard X220 FPV Racer: Complete Package $196.99 (Free Shipping) Link: http://www.banggood.com/Eachine-Wizard-X220-FPV-Racer-Blheli_S-Naze32-6DOF-5_8G-48CH-200MW-700TVL-Camera-w-FlySky-I6-RTF-p-1077100.html

You won't find a serious quad racer like this at Fry's, Best Buy, or Walmart. This is the real deal at an affordable price.

Complete Wizard Racer RTF Includes:
Racing quad frame
2.4 FlySky 6-Channel Transmitter
2.4 FlySky 6-Channel Receiver
4 - Quad Motors
4 - 20 AMP ESCs
Power Distribution Board (PDB)
Naze32 Rev-6 Flight controller
FPV Video Transmitter
VTX Antenna
FPV Camera
Quad battery
Quad battery charger
Quad props (10 spare props)
"The highest reward for a person's toil is not what they get for it, but what they become by it"<br />John Ruskin

Bill Blamey

Hey sonny. Can you use a hi tec radio and reciever with that quad?

Sonny Coleman

Hi Bill,

I don't think the Hitec receivers have S-BUS available, which the quad's flight controller needs to communicate with the receiver. This package comes with a pretty good FlySky tranny and receiver.
"The highest reward for a person's toil is not what they get for it, but what they become by it"<br />John Ruskin

Bill Blamey


Sonny Coleman

Yep, either S-BUS or CPPM.

The preferred communication between a quad's flight controller and receiver is simplified via a serial connection (S-BUS/CPPM) where all 4-6 channels go through one wire (from receiver to flight controller) instead of PWM (like on our planes) where the receiver has a wire connected from every servo.

Here's how it works:
The 2.4 gHz receiver is connected to the flight controller.
The flight controller has connections (usually soldered connections) to the 4-quad motor ESCs (Example: Red=5v, Black=common/-, and White=signal).
So the flight controller does all the heavy lifting which includes stabilization and motor control.

Most flight controllers have at least 6-channels which include the 4-motors, an arming channel (2-position switch on tranny), and a mode select channel  (3-position switch on tranny). The mode select channel can select between 3-flight modes:
1. Angle Mode - In this mode, the flight controller's accelerometer is activated. The quad is stabilized and is a self leveling type mode the won't let you pitch or roll a quad over 45 degrees
2. Horizon Mode - This is a mix between Acro and Angle modes. Like Angle Mode the Horizon Mode self levels when the sticks are at neutral, but you can roll and flip a quad with full stick deflection.
3. Acro/Rate Mode - Flying in Acro mode allows you to have ultimate control over your quad. No self leveling at all. This is the mode most of us fly in because the Angle and Horizon modes always fight to level the quad, and that's a bad thing when trying to put the nose down and go fast. In Acro mode you power up and lower the nose for the quad to gain speed and the nose stays put, so all you have to do is drive the quad like a really fast sports car.
"The highest reward for a person's toil is not what they get for it, but what they become by it"<br />John Ruskin

Bill Blamey



understand. Very good explanation. Even I understood that.
Hi tec does have what they call single line receiver.