JJRC F182 - quadrocopter 250 class, was released last summer and received quite good reviews in the media, and amateur radio is an analogue copter WLtoys V222. Let's find out why.
Complete with quadrocopters are all necessary parts and components. Namely:
Externally quadrocopter looks like this:
But if you remove the outer coating of quadrocopter (attached it to the rays of the copter and very easy to remove), then it turns into ... a modified version Walkera QR Scorpion Y6! Judge for yourself:
Very similar, right? The main difference in the number of rays - in their Walkera 3 (at 6 propellers), while JJRC - 4. The Chinese are Chinese :)
Quadrocopter weighs about 143 grams with the battery pack attached to 500mAh, which takes about one and a half hours for a full charge. When fully charged, it is able to keep the copter in the air about 7-8 minutes.
As already mentioned, the bundle includes a remote control. Appearance he looks like a gamepad while it is equipped with LCD-display:
In total it has 4 channels, work is being done on a standard frequency of 2.4Ghz. To operate using radio «V2x2 Protocol", that is, to control quadrocopters F182, you can use the remote control or WLtoys JXD.
Dimensions: 340 x 340 x 90 mm
Weight: 143 g
Power source: Lithium-polymer battery 7.4V 500mAh
Flight time: 7-8 minutes
Charging time: is about 100 minutes
Range: up to 100 m
Operating Frequency: 2.4Ghz
Number of Channels: 4
Power supply: 1.5V AA batteries
Yaw rate for F182 is good and, in general, quadrocopter can be considered ideal for the beginner - despite the size, it flies quickly and well managed (in the presence of 4 different "costs" - 25, 50, 75 and 100%). In addition, the copter can carry a mini-camera such as the Mobius, so if you want to buy a serious quadrocopter with the camera, you will definitely come in handy experience gained in the management and video recording on board the F182 in the future.