230SI Quadcopter RTF w/o Camera
This is the Electric Powered, 2.4GHz Radio Controlled, Ready to Fly,
230Si Quadcopter UAV from Helimax.
This version does not include the camera.
May be flown indoors or outdoors in light winds.
**Additional Technical Info Will Be Added When It Becomes Available.**
Actual Direction Control allows pilots to eliminate control reversal
by pushing a button on the transmitter which allows the heli to go
in the same direction as the sticks on the transmitter
Return to Pilot-when this transmitter button is pushed, built-in
sensors on the heli return the heli to the pilot
Battery: 1S 1200mAh LiPo
Battery Charger: AC powered, balancing charger
TAGS-FX with Sensor Fusion Technology integrates data received from a
3-axis gyro and a 3-axis accelerometer and immediately corrects
unwanted movement in yaw, pitch and roll, and also prevents drift
in any direction
Helimax 2.4GHz SLT radio with LCD screen and fail safe
Beginner and Expert flight modes;
Beginner Mode stabilizes the heli if sticks are released
Expert Mode turns off the TAGS-FX accelerometers for greater
Warranty: Helimax guarantees this kit to be free from defects in
both material and workmanship at the date of purchase. This warranty
does not cover any component parts damaged by use or modification.
RTF 230Si Quadcopter, with 4-ch Radio, 1200mAh Battery, Charger,
extra set of Four Rotor Blades, AA Batteries and Instructions
Rotor Diameter: 5.7" (144mm)
Diagonal Dimensions: 9" (230mm)
RTF Weight: 4.4oz (127g)
When in Limited Altitude Mode or Altitude Hold Mode, the
230Si is designed to maintain power even if the throttle is briefy
lowered to zero. This is designed to help smooth out altitude
changes if the pilot briefly moves the throttle stick too far down
by mistake. When landing in these modes, always keep in mind
it will take a few seconds for the quad motors to stop rotating
once you lower the throttle to zero.
NOTE: In Normal Mode, the throttle works in a linear fashion and will
stop the motors immediately when the throttle stick reaches zero.
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