Suitable for ball link and quicklink.Simple tool, which saves a lot of hand-stress.Contents: 2 pcs.
Use for T-REX 700 Nitro Must whit H7NG001AXW,M1 Torque Tube Front Drive Gear Set/21T and Set/22T
The Blade 500 3D is a 3D capable 500-class helicopter that's perfect for those flyers who want the smooth precision and stability of a larger helicopter but with all of the convenience of electric power.?
Measuring 850mm in length and with a rotor diameter of just under 1m, the Blade 500 3D has all of the in-sky presence of a 30-size glow powered helicopter but with phenomenal instant power and torque thanks to its 6S 22.2V LiPo battery source.
The fly-bar equipped rotor head makes the Blade 500 ideal for pilots who are not yet ready to take the flybarless plunge and who either prefer the feel of the more traditional head design or who are not yet ready for the increased rotor speed and reaction that the flybarless designs yield.
The Blade 500 3D is available in either Ready-to-Fly (RTF) or Bind and Fly (BNF) formats; the latter of which requires the pilot to already have a Spektrum full range DSMX/2 compatible transmitter such as the awe-inspiring DX8 or DX7S. In RTF format, the Blade 500 3D comes with the superb Spektrum DX6i DSMX computer transmitter. Both come fully equipped with the E-Flite G210HL Micro Heading Lock MEMS gyro, a 70A S-BEC E-Flite ESC and the powerful E-Flite 520H 1320Kv Brushless motor. Spektrum Digital servos and a high-output 6S (22.2V) E-Flite 2900mAh LiPo complete the Blade 500 3D and complement its precision design and engineered airframe. And because it's a Blade, you know that it'll fly as well as it looks –right from the box. Just charge the battery, install the main rotor blades and carve up the sky.
Needed To Complete
Nothing! Everything you need to get in the air is included in the box.
Jeti HiCopter ESC 40A opto
Speed controllers of HiCOPTER product line are aimed for controlling and regulating BLDC motors that are used for driving multicopters. These controllers are pre-set from the manufacturer for the cooperation with stabilization systems used in copters. The controllers accept control signal with a frequency up to 500Hz and they respond to the needed change of revolutions from control/stabilization unit of the copter.
HiCOPTER speed controllers have control signal galvanically (optically) separated from flight battery. HiCOPTER speed controllers do not allow setting any paramaters. Brakes of the controllers are generally switched off, cut-off voltage is at the lowest possible level (depending on a type) and the timing of motor is set by the speed controller automatically. Potential change in the direction of rotation can be done by exchange of any two phase cables.