Hi, recently we bougth 3 brushless motors, a speed control, a rc control, but we dont know how to conect them.
-Motors brushless: Elite series exeed-rc, elite 370 63M02 20-30 kv5400
-Speed Control Bec: 5V/3A NimH 5-12s Lipo 2-4s
-rc control fly sky digital proportional rc system (ct6) 2.4ghz 6 chanels
-li-po battery Gens 2600mah-25c-11 1v-3s1p (11.1v)
traditional, we conect the speed control to the rc reciver, and the motor wen when we push the joy of the controller itstarts to sound (motorl)
look the video, motor sounds and starts to move
A multi rotor helicopter has inherent instability, thus it wobbles alot along all axis of movement. Compared to a traditional helicopter which has only a single point of thrust a multi rotor vehicle has 2 or more points of thrust. To control the amount of thrust on any of those points you will need a speed controller per motor. A stabilising system, because not even the most proficient of us have the hand eye coordination to keep a multi copter aloft.
You will need the following>
A tri copter frame
3 speed controllers
An RX and TX with a minimum of 6 Channels (I cannot make out waht TX you have in the photo)
Connection leads for supplying power to each speed controller and the RX
Connection leads between your stabilising system and RX
APM or similar as stabilising system
And finaly a lot of patience
Start with searching fro tri-copters on the internet and also visiting the build logs in this form
Don't forget a servo for the tail.
You can use props that spin the same way, but one counter and on clock wise on the front two arms helps.
Be very very very careful with that Lipo battery they can be dangerous. Never short it out and rather keep it off the dining table!
Also see the throttle stick on your transmitter (the left hand one) keep it down! That is normally throttle off, any time you are not flying the throttle should be closed. Your motor should not start if you switch on with the throttle open but if you ever graduate to petrol motors and you are in bad habits you might shock yourself!
Welcome to DIYD and an exciting hobby. People at hobby stores know in general very little about multicopters. Rather ask here for buying advice and the community will help.
A control board from Hobby King would be the cheapest way for you to stabilize your craft!
A quick search turned up this post...http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1142429
Check it out. It should help.