Seeking Experienced Reviewers For FPVMODEL Brushless Motors

FPVMODEL is releasing a new line of motors with several different sizes and kv ratings to choose from. The new line of MOTORS come in 28 versions of varying sizes and kv.

These motors use light weight materieals and high quality components. We use japanese precision bearings to ensure smooth preformance and long flight durations.

Here is what we are looking for:

We’re seeking reviewers that can give both an honest and informative review. This is a requirement we would like to keep as people will be following your review to decide on rather or not these motors will be their next purchase.

We would like the review to include an open box video and/or high resolution photos with your first impressions about the motors, following with testing and installation onto the frame that you choose to use.

Flight videos and thoughts about the performance versus other motors that you may have used in the past is highly desired.

Please let us know if you are interested and include any links to reviews that you have done in the past to give us an idea of what you are capable of. If this would be your first review of motors please reply with any thoughts you may have as to how you would preceed with a review.

For those of you whom we do choose to do the review we will send you a set of four motors at absolutely no cost to you. (Shipping included) If you are interested let us know on RcGroups threadhttp://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2291393.

Reviewers will be chosen soon.

FPVMODEL brushless motor listing: http://www.fpvmodel.com/fpvmodel-motors_c126.html

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FPVMODEL Motors Special Offer: Buy 4 And Get 1 Free

FPVMODEL has newly launched a series of brushless motors for multirotors with its own brand. These motors are powerful, reliable and quick!

Each FPVMODEL motor is built for a specific type/application allowing for further refinement and efficacy/power to be optimized.

FPVMODEL motors have totally 24 different types with varies of range from mini MC1806 2300kvto MC5208 335KV, meets the special requirements of your multi-rotors.

All motors come with a 30 days Satisfaction Guarantee. If for any reason you are not COMPLETELY 100% SATISFIED, you can return the motors for a full refund within 30 days upon receiving them.

High quality meets affordability. For a limited time, buy 4 and get 1 free. Savings up to 20%. Don’t miss out!

For the details of FPVMODEL motors, please check them out at http://www.fpvmodel.com/fpvmodel-motors_c126.html.

Black Friday & Cyber Monday Super Sale (Nov.24th~Dec 6th)

FPVMODEL is having our yearly Black Friday Sales event! Don’t miss out on your chance to take part in our biggest savings of the year.

We have several items lined up at fantastic bargains. We are also including discounts, site wide on every product in our line up. We’ll be offering great rates and free shipping on some of those “costly to ship” products.

Looking for a new plane? Stop by and check out what we’ve got. Ranger Ex with free shipping!!! ZMR250s with full power package and fpv transmitting setup at 179.99!! These deals can’t be beat and we’re continuing to strive to show you we’re the best at what we do and ensuring your complete satisfation is our number one priority.

Nov. 24th-Dec. 6th, a truly unbelievable sale going on Thanksgiving week through Cyber Monday. Hurry up and stop by to find what you’re looking for, deals like these can’t last long! Check it our super sale at http://www.fpvmodel.com/black-friday/.

DAYA 550 Quadcopter RTF ARF combo

This is a DAYA 550  quadcopter RTF.Features include a NAZA-M V2 flight controller combo (recommended,in the pictures is Naza-m lite) , 4 hobbywing  platinum 30A ESCs, 4 high end T-motor MN3508 kv580 motors(recommended),one DUPU 4s 5200Mah 25C lipo batteries,2 pair 1238 carbon fiber props and a DEVO10 transmitter set with 2200mah 3s battery.All of these features of our RTF product have been tuned,you just need to connect to transmitter then power up and fly. The flight times can be expected to reach up to 20+ minutes.

Get busy flying and let us do the build work!!  (If you want a different part please feel free to contact us.)

we also offer the DAYA 550 ARF combo, it comes with all the same great products as the RTF but you have to do the assembly.

If you need a FPV combo, click here

DAYA 550 Specifications:
– Wheelbase: 550mm
– Inner space height: 22mm
– Universal motor mount holder
– Carbon fiber material, CNC machine,light weight and strong.
– Arm backward folding structure, easy to carry
– DJI, SX, X4 series flight controller, KK, MWC compatible
– Weight: 420g
– Color: Yellow/Red(only for connectors, deliver at random or you can leave a comment for color)

        

FPV Flying Rules in Australia

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority, or CASA, looks after flying machines above our heads all around the nation. As a result, it’s also responsible for looking after the safe use of drones in Australia.
CASA breaks down drone operations into two different categories: commercial and civil/hobbyist use, with different rules for each.

Commercial Use

The CASA defines the commercial use of a drone as anything you’re doing relating to business operations. For example, if you’re a production company strapping a camera to a drone for the purposes of gathering footage, or if you’re flying something into the air to test it via a drone.
Before you can even get a drone remote in your hands for commercial purposes, CASA requires that pilots undergo a certification process in order to get an Operator’s Certificate. That demonstrates that you can not only fly a drone safely, but also that you’re aware of rules and regulations relating to drone flights in Australia.
The regulations don’t stop there, either: for any drone flights, commercial operators need explicit approval from CASA before you can even leave the ground with your flying machine.
That approval involves filing several important documents with the regulator, including a flight plan and copies of your certifications.
If a commercial entity is caught operating a drone without any of these things, the flight feds will can come down on you. Hard.
For starters, they can revoke a a commercial entity’s Operator’s Certificate, which is kind of like having your driver’s license suspended as a cab driver. It’s all bad. Drone operators can re-apply for their Operator’s Certificate, but that request goes through the CASA which has the power to refuse or place conditions on any new permit.
The CASA can also consider the use of infringement notices or criminal charges for commercial operators if offences are serious enough.

Civil/Hobby Use

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For drone operators looking to do a bit of skylarking with their quadcopters, the rules from CASA aren’t anywhere near as serious. Private operators don’t need approval from CASA before taking flight with their drones, but there are some rules that need to be respected.
The rules are simple:
• Stay at least 30 metres away from people with your drone.
• Keep your drone under 400 feet (121.92m).
• You may not operate your drone above a large gathering of people (i.e.: at sporting events, over crowds at the beach or groups of protestors)
• You must keep your drone within sight while you’re operating it.
• You may not operate your drone within 5km of an airport and a place where planes take off or land from.
If you violate these rules, CASA can take action against you in the form of infringement notices (read: fines) up to $8,500 per offence. If you put people at risk or seriously injure someone, the penalties are far more serious and will be dealt with on a case by case basis.
For example, a private drone operator was allegedly using a quadcopter above a marathon race earlier in the year. The drone reportedly failed and struck a woman in the head causing serious injury.
The CASA told us today that the case is currently before the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions to see whether or not criminal charges will be laid against the operator.

New Firmware For The DJI A2 Flight Controller Released

DJI has just updated the powerful A2 flight controller to include more features than ever before. You can enjoy following powerful features by updating the lastest V2.4 firmware.
1. Added a “Home Fence” feature that prevents the aircraft from entering the area directly around the Home point.
2. Support for F-Channel and Action settings in the DJI PC Ground Station.
3. Support for the Dropsafe system.
4. Added the ability to control the aircraft during Return To Home procedures.
5. Emergency position of the mode switch is set to Atti. Mode by default instead of Manual Mode.
6. Added flight limits and airport No-Fly Zones.
7. Obtain initial receiver coordinates more quickly, in cold starts, low satellite signal (foliage/canopy) areas, and loss of satellite signal conditions (indoors, under tunnels, etc.)
8. Greater satellite tracking reliability in poor visibility conditions (in urban areas, between tall buildings, under bridges/underpasses, etc.)
9. Home Lock and Point of Interest performance upgraded.