Wednesday, August 13, 2014

4 channel RC Skywalker quadcopter aerocraft drone

My kid has a new toy, a remote control (RC) Skywalker quadcopter aerocraft drone which I bought at the price of RM110.


This is an ideal RC drone for beginners, as the quadcopter is protected by its cage, so that it is less likely to hit on something and break its blade(s). In the event of a crash landing, it is cushioned by the cage too.


With this kind of design, it can be set to flying mode or rolling mode by adjusting its battery position. In rolling mode, its cage acts as its wheel.

This is its remote control system.


The drone operates on a 3.7V 300mAh rechargeable battery, while its remote control system operates on some AA size batteries. Each charge can last the drone to fly for about 6-10 minutes. When its battery gone weak, the drone is intelligent enough to gradually land itself instead of a sudden crash.

The left RC stick controls its flying height and facing direction, while the right RC stick controls its movement (forward, backward, turn left, turn right). You can also see there are several fine tuning switches to adjust its position.

To take off, gently push the left RC stick upwards. Landing is more challenging. You cannot land too fast and have to slowly pull the left RC stick backwards, or else it will have a sudden drop and crash. Landing on a designated spot will need some practice, but it is not that difficult.

The more challenging part is when there is wind blowing. You'll need to control the drone to counter the wind and fly according to your desired direction.






6 comments:

mohd shamzari salleh said... Reply To This Comment

Bro can you give the shop address? I want to buy 1 for me lah..

Voyager8 said... Reply To This Comment

@mohd shamzari salleh

You can search in the toy4sale.com online store.

Tobe Halim said... Reply To This Comment

how do you charge yours? mine struggles with that

Voyager8 said... Reply To This Comment

@Tobe Halim

Use USB charger.

Cyril4real said... Reply To This Comment

Please has anyone got a user manual for this? I can't find mine

Voyager8 said... Reply To This Comment

@Cyril4real

Have you read the main article above?

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