Vusion Houseracer 125 Race Quad FPV-Ready
Turn your house upside down!
Get "up close and personal" with everything from the change in your sofa to those cobwebs in your ceiling fan. Explore every nook and cranny of your kitchen. Turn pillows and towels into an instant obstacle course. Zip and flip through every corner of every room. Fly up to 8 minutes on a single LiPo battery charge. Add your RISE J2000 or Tactic SLT radio and First Person View gear to this fun FPV-ready model. With the Vusion House Racer, there are no limits.
**Requires RISE J2000 or Tactic SLT transmitter**
Camera: 600TVL FPV camera
Transmitter: 25mW 5.8GHz Raceband video transmitter
5.8GHz Receiver: 32 channels
Flight Modes: Three, two gyro-assisted Stability Modes for
beginners, and Rate Mode for more advanced maneuvers
Motors: Brush equipped
Battery: 1S 3.7V 650mAh LiPo
Warranty: RISE guarantees this kit to be free from defects in both
material and workmanship at the date of purchase. This warranty
does not cover component parts damaged by use or modification
RISE Vusion Houseracer 125 FPV Quadcopter with 600TVL Camera, 25mW
Raceband video transmitter, Extra set of Blades, Screwdriver,
Instruction Manual and Wall Guards
Transmitter: 6-Channel SLT such as the RISE J2000, or Tactic
TTX660 6-ch computer transmitter
Houseracer 125FPV Drone Specifications;
Rotor Diameter: 4.7" (120mm) diagonally motor-to-motor
Weight: 2.4oz (68g)
Width: 6.5" (165mm)
Length: 6.5" (165mm)
Height: 2.0" (52mm)
Propeller Length: 2.3" (58mm)
Weight with Battery: 2.4oz (68g)
Empty Weight: 1.82oz (51.7g) without battery
FPV Camera Specifications;
Input Voltage: 3.6-5.5V
Working Current: 550mA (5V) max.
External Video Quality: 640x480p VGA
Video Format: AVI
5.8GHz Video Transmitter (VTX) Specifications;
Output Power: 25mW VTX 40-channel, 5-band
The Propeller Set for the Dromida Hovershot may also be used on the
Houseracer 125. Order DIDE1277 for a set of four props.
For a 110V to USB Charger Adapter, order DIDP1125
Also available in black, order RISE0218.
Follow Rules for Safe Operation of FPV Aircraft. Always follow the
AMA Safety Code when operating model aircraft. Visit the Academy
of Model Aeronautics and search for "FPV 550" and read "Document
550 - Utilizing First Person View Systems" to learn about the safe
operation of FPV "First Person View" systems in model aircraft.