A Calmato Alpha 40 piloted by the ArduPlane v2.73-xp1

A Calmato Alpha 40 electric powered has been tested successfully in flight and in HIL (Hardware In the Loop) simulation on the x-Plane v9.70 simulator.

Flying setup:
- Calmato Alpha 40 (Kyosho) EP
- a xPower 800 Watts brushless motor (Kv670)
- propeller 12x6 APC-E
- Lipo batterie 5S 5000mAh Turnigy for the propulsion
- ArduFlyer v2.5.2 IMU board (an APM v2.5 clone)
- firmware ArduPlane v2.73-xp1 (enhanced by JLN)
- GPS Crius CN-06 V2
- Airspeed sensor MVXP 7002DP
- Lipo 3S 2200 mAh for the avionics
- uBec 3A, 5V

HIL simulation mode:
- Xplane v9.70
- Mission Planner v1.2.86
- the Calmato Alpha 40 RC model for x-Plane by JLN
- ArduFlyer v2.5.2 IMU board (an APM v2.5 clone)
- firmware ArduPlane v2.73-xp1 (enhanced by JLN)

More infos at: http://diydrones.com/profile/JeanLouisNaudin
GitHub: https://github.com/jlnaudin/x-drone

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