My buying list ..

Hi Guys,

 

i want to build a arducopter, i came up with this motors and lipos.

But i am a noob and i dont know for sure if these parts are fit togehter.

 

Motors i coose them bigger becouse i maybe want to use a cam in the future :

 

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=4910

 

ESCs

 

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=7340

 

Lipos: 

 

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=10299

 

Radio :

 

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=8991

 

So are they good ? and which props do i have to use for this set up.

 

thanks,

 

mark.. 

You need to be a member of diydrones to add comments!

Join diydrones

Email me when people reply –

Replies

  • thanks for the infos i think now i was going to big for my first model.

    So what motors do you prefer for a middle size copter?

     

    maybe this one it has 40A

     

    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__13934__C4240-900kv_Brush...

     

    ESC

     

    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__12191__TURNIGY_TRUST_45A...

     

    And 

     

    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__17253__Turnigy_nano-tech...

  • Get extra motors,  my luck has been 1 of 4 have quality issuse.  I would also use 2 of the 3000 mha lipos together.  11 x 4.7 prop should work nicely.  The Turnigy 9x is an awesome radio just don't plug the battery in the wrong way or it will destroy if self. 

  • Those ESCs do not have a BEC(battery elimination circuit) -a voltage regulator to feed 5v to your Rx(receiver) and APM. So you will need to add a BEC to your list.

    Those motors have a Kv rating of 1100, which means the motor will turn 1100 RPM for every volt that is given to it, so 14.8v =16,280 RPM. I think that is a bit fast for large 12"+ props, You might want to look for a slower Kv motor. Big props spinning slowly are going to be quieter with good lift and stability, that's nice for hauling a camera system, and more pleasant to be around also.

    You definitely want more amp/hours in your battery pack with such a large power system, like the others have said.

  • Hi Mark,

    The Radio is OK, 8 Channels with low price and a lot of possible 'hacks' to improve it

    The motor seems very oversized, and the 3300 Lipo will be empty shortly after starting.

    If you realy need so much power, I would suggest a 6600mAh Turnigy nano LIPO, 

    but be warned this quadro will have a lot power (600W per propeller), nothing for a beginner.

     

  • Distributor
    if you are a first time quadcopter builder why not just buy a proven kit on jdrones.com ?
    this is they easiest way to get you started and the staff there is really nice. They have hand picked the right combination of parts to ensure they work great plus they have the best customer services and most of us around here will be able to assist you because that is also what we use.
    anyhow, have a look on the store.
    For Lipo, you want the highest amps possible but also the weight is important... I fly nanotech 3300 and it's really nice.
    the radio, go for that one, it's what we mostly use. search around here and you will see a lot of tweaks you can do to it.
    jD-main
This reply was deleted.

Activity

DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @SmallpixelCar: Wrote a program to find the light positions at @circuitlaunch. Here is the hypothesis of the light locations updating ba…
1 hour ago
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @SmallpixelCar: Broke my @HokuyoUsa Lidar today. Luckily the non-cone localization, based on @a1k0n LightSLAM idea, works. It will help…
yesterday
DIY Robocars via Twitter
@gclue_akira CC @NVIDIAEmbedded
Wednesday
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @luxonis: OAK-D PoE Autonomous Vehicle (Courtesy of zonyl in our Discord: https://discord.gg/EPsZHkg9Nx) https://t.co/PNDewvJdrb
Wednesday
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @f1tenth: It is getting dark and rainy on the F1TENTH racetrack in the @LGSVLSimulator. Testing out the new flood lights for the racetra…
Wednesday
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @JoeSpeeds: Live Now! Alex of @IndyAChallenge winning @TU_Muenchen team talking about their racing strategy and open source @OpenRobotic…
Nov 20
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @DAVGtech: Live NOW! Alexander Wischnewski of Indy Autonomous Challenge winning TUM team talking racing @diyrobocars @Heavy02011 @Ottawa…
Nov 20
DIY Robocars via Twitter
Incredible training performance with Donkeycar https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yy7ASttw04
Nov 9
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @JoeSpeeds: Sat Nov 6 Virtual DonkeyCar (and other cars, too) Race. So bring any car? @diyrobocars @IndyAChallenge https://t.co/nZQTff5…
Oct 31
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @JoeSpeeds: @chr1sa awesomely scary to see in person as our $1M robot almost clipped the walls as it spun at 140mph. But it was also awe…
Oct 29
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @chr1sa: Hey, @a1k0n's amazing "localize by the ceiling lights" @diyrobocars made @hackaday! It's consistently been the fastest in our…
Oct 25
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @IMS: It’s only fitting that @BostonDynamics Spot is waving the green flag for today’s @IndyAChallenge! Watch LIVE 👉 https://t.co/NtKnO…
Oct 23
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @IndyAChallenge: Congratulations to @TU_Muenchen the winners of the historic @IndyAChallenge and $1M. The first autonomous racecar comp…
Oct 23
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @JoeSpeeds: 🏎@TU_Muenchen #ROS 2 @EclipseCyclone #DDS #Zenoh 137mph. Saturday 10am EDT @IndyAChallenge @Twitch http://indyautonomouschallenge.com/stream
Oct 23
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @DAVGtech: Another incident: https://t.co/G1pTxQug6B
Oct 23
DIY Robocars via Twitter
RT @DAVGtech: What a great way to connect why @diyrobocars community is so valuable and important! Have to start somewhere @IndyAChallenge…
Oct 23
More…