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« Reply #25 on: December 31, 2013, 12:40:58 AM »
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WINGMANBUNTY..... Clap Clap Clap Clap

you have proved that any one can get into this hobby, specially with the parts that you have used..... Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

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« Reply #26 on: December 31, 2013, 10:59:19 AM »
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« Reply #27 on: January 15, 2014, 04:34:12 PM »
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Simulator

If you are building kit plans than simulator can not copy their controls, many of these are free on internet but one self builder like me loves the ground practice, I believe when plane first glides (hands off) in the air it tells the entire story about stability, cg, Weight /power ratio, roll stability everything


Kit plans


I will fly kits for glow plane in future but  I love to build airplane I like to feel my own creation, for plans I think I am sitting in the examination and I copy others answer sheet.
After searching for power unit for few days at Jodhpur I decided to have  my own  power unit for  my airplane .I build A foam sailplane glider whose shape is inspired by a 380 wing (bowel) these wing can carry enough weight

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« Reply #28 on: January 15, 2014, 04:36:54 PM »
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Seriously,
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Eat, Sleep, Fly.
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« Reply #29 on: January 15, 2014, 04:39:27 PM »
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with I went to sojati gate to repair my china battery charger . there is a shop name radio doctor where I met a radio specialist his name is Mr. manoj  . he spend his whole life to repair electronic equipment, Now my search end I got the right pension, he is not from aviation ,  I went late at night 10 pm it was closing time
but the pension respond me very well he ask me to come next day , the next day I went to him he not only  fix my china battery charger also build new a battery charger , I  got 3.6 volt  battery , and also oswal voltage tester to check  that the battery is working on its maximum power before flight.
 I have both power and control units which are tested.

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« Reply #30 on: January 15, 2014, 04:42:02 PM »
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I build a foam airplane made of high density foam , I got it from  my factory they are coming in machine packing which I buy for my factory use .


All thanks to china toys Hats Off Hats Off Hats Off Hats Off Hats Off Hats Off



I spend no money I have transmitter, receiver, motor, battery, and airplane everything I need for…
 airplane is ready I need big size area were nobody disturb me, I decided to go Gandhi maidan (very big ground name) sardarpura  late at night about 10 pm or early in the morning when nobody is watching, the breeze was pretty cold and turbulent  made first test flight by  adjusting70% power from battery power unit and trimming the controls, i remove all receiver landing gear etc so as to less the drag and weight  .
I am quite satisfied with the performance of the plane I got success……..

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Balancing

It is not easy to build airplane which fly without trimming it , my foam sailplane also have roll balancing problem , I tried to fix weight to the other side of the wing to make it balance , I love to fly little forward
Cg airplane, but I am not satisfied with my foam design so the best way to experiment with balancing
Problem I build another sailplane which is made from card board (these are wedding card invitation)my daughter painted it , I tried all experiment on it to make a airplane fly balance so that I can use on my foam airplane ,

I found batter to build new airplane….
 The balancing problem is only controllable when we start building airplane, every mm, degree, weight matters.
Weight adjustment and trimming control do not satisfy.


A  plane design which flies without trimming hands-off is great fun to fly…..

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« Reply #32 on: January 16, 2014, 10:56:56 PM »
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Nothing Calm the mind and soul

As much as eating

As much as sleeping


 
As much as flying

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« Reply #33 on: January 17, 2014, 07:19:49 AM »
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thts one  Indian Rupees Indian Rupees Indian Rupees LESS BUILD.....

really motivating for starch builder..... Thumbs Up

you should really post a  build log....
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« Reply #34 on: January 17, 2014, 02:02:15 PM »
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Very good
How did you increase the range of your radio
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Nice bird..... Salute Salute
Wingman any nice video.....
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« Reply #36 on: January 18, 2014, 09:25:57 AM »
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eary i was using china cars transmitter they dont have good range they came toys in range of 180to 450 rs , i am using a transmitter of good range it came with yellow colour flyer which fly by adjusting the power of motor.. (please see my above post)


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« Reply #37 on: January 29, 2014, 03:10:52 PM »
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is there anybody from jodhpur who fly electric rc aiplane i am in need of some assistance how to fix esc transmitter and receiver , connecting servo , i got new setup from rc bazaar , and i blow up receiver at the time of connection .

so any one from jodhpur will be great support for my project

is there anyone from rc bazaar pls help to solve out of this problem and continue my project

due to faulty circuit my new project is completely stoped ...

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Burned the RX??? but how?
Did you connected it directly through battery without a BEC. open up the case and put a closeup pic of RX board. you can still fix it. moreover 5V 2A is not much to burn a board, and reversing a BEC output will never fry the RX since Vcc is always in the middle.

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Bhai I am also from jodhpur, but Vivek Sharma Ji Can help you. talk to him. He is based infront of Khas Bagh, (Old campus). He is a world renowned Aero Engine & propeller maker.

Else call me. PM you my number .
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i want to know how much amp of esc is required by 2200 mah battery with 11.1 volts, is 20 amp of esc is the correct match for this battery
i also want to know how much is the amp rating of 9 gm servo utilitzed by the esc and how much amp is utilized by the 2400 kv outrunner.

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Hi Wingman, here goes the thumb rule:

>Find the AUG of plane,
>match the motor and prop for the AUG,
>match the ESC suitable for motor
>match the battery for ESC.

make sure that the motor and the prop combo produces enough thrust to pull your plane weight including battery.
then go for the ESC amp rated in the motor specs. ie if it says 18 amps max to give 500g thrust go for a 25A esc .
and select the C rating of the battery to match your ESC amps rating.
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         i want to read more about this topic if there any link on internet please send it to me

thanks for valuable info.... Salute
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Sorry sir, ive learnt all about this in this same forum,
you can search the instructables video and flite test videos in you tube for motor selection and prop selection. but i cannot find any collective info in one place.
Normally i would go with the specs given in the website. you can still fly with less than 1:1 thrust ratio but will be a slow flyer and cannot resist wind.

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Aviation people are most friendly people on earth but this is not entirely the case with me
Or lots of people face it but can’t not share with others
I find something which spoils the fun of this hobby….

I am in need of some assistance to connect rc electrical
Equipment I was working on my next project with equipment from rc bazaar
Project cost me rs 10000 I got everything but was fail to connect them
Properly and esc and receiver blow up
Here is the detail

      As it is given on the website of rc bazaar on avionic 7 channel transmitter setup, I connected esc with the battery And then to the 3 rd channel of the receiver then I start the master Button of the receiver and after that I switch on the transmitter but, I smell that something is burning their so I stop connecting servo to check for connectivity,

 I Remove all the connection and put my hand on esc it was heated and when I see the back side of the receiver I see the spot where it burnout and some smoke collected in the box as you can see in the picture
 
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             I have nothing to say maybe it could be my luck or something went wrong. I got everything battery
Motor, transmitter, and esc I also build airplane for my setup only thing
Remaining is receiver so I spend about on these items I want it to work
My project is completely stopped as new set of receiver will com e within 2 weeks

I waited for 3 weeks then I call rc bazaar to respond me about the receiver, but I got negative feed back I do not know the exact time period of getting new receiver

As it is china made anyone in the form can help me is it tx is compatible with any 2.4 ghz receiver so that I can continue my project, Reset I can not rely on rc bazaar they hands off from the receiver, is fly sky receiver is compatible with avionic tx
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I do not understand how a 5 amp of current can blow up the receiver at the first time.
The simulator provided with the pack is also not working. I even do not have any documents with this package how to setup with the receiver, no details at all.



If we are in a hobby then parts will broke out and it is supplier’s duty to have all parts supply so that we can replace it and continue our project, if receiver is unique and airplane crash landed then what to do everything is of no use

In that case we have to buy a new set of transmitter and receiver, that is not correct and what if we open the pack and rc equipment blow up before we install it in our plane
What we can say about the product.


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« Reply #45 on: February 06, 2014, 10:15:02 PM »
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You need to be careful while making connections to receiver. Keep in mind the order of connections in the receiver.
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i started my new project of which i started drawing on a weding card i use blue and red pen to scatch
cessna model which i am planing to build with foam of high density and 2024 kv motor 7.4 v battery 20 amp esc and avionic 7 ch tx rx , is it right material anyone can suggest most welcome.. i am waiting for receiver plans is ready in 20 minutes i will scale the drawing as per the need .....


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I have been following your woes and travails

one suggestion - fit an aftermarket 2.4ghz module(the diy kind)
either orange or frsky in your Tx then you will not have to hunt around for
receivers

something like this
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__40205__OrangeRX_DSMX_DSM2_2_4GHz_DIY_Transmitter_Module.html

better go for the orange as receivers are plentiful and cheap and well suited for beginners

I know it will be painful to spend more money - but it is better in the long run
also if you do decide to sell your tx - it will have better resale
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Hi Saikat,

Is this possible with RCB6i or Flysky FS T-6,
I have both of them and my plane family grew much larger than expected and i do not find any spare RX for both.
Any proven methods would be welcome.

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Yes - this is possible with both those Tx's

in fact you can wire it up such that you can transmit both protocols(not at the same time)
your existing TX (in your case flysky/avionic?) or orange or frsky.

pls however - get experienced help cause this involves soldering - basic level
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