Montag, 25. Februar 2008

My first flights with a 2.4 Ghz FASST System from Futaba in a full carbon Pylon Plane (F5D)

Yesterday I tested the Futaba 2.4 GHz system in my F5D Plane. In advance I have done several flights with my good old Acromaster from Multiplex and a small Indoor plane called Voltmaster from Voltmaster. Once again I had no glitches at all. All Flight’s without any difficulties. The next step was to use the system in a modified Batleth; I will fly on the World championship 2008 in Kiev. The Batleth fuselage is build from Aramid and Carbon, so I had to put both antennas outside from the fuselage. With several walking tests on ground, I tried to find out what the range is. Everything seemed s under control so Carsten my F5D Buddy launched the plane in his smooth and good manner. The first flight test was ok, so we did more flights to see what happens. Everything seemed under control. I’m very happy with the new system.

The 607F Reciver

The TM14 2.4 Ghz Module. Here is the instruction Manual.

The Transmiter T12 FG with the installed 2.4Ghz Module. View from the back

The Antennas direct glued on the fuselage

Here you see the position of the antennas directly behind the wing. The actual position is nonsensitive

Biger view of the plane.
The Batleth ready to fly with the 2.4GHz System.
Weight 1Kg
Speed around 270km/h
Typycal Model for the FAI class F5D

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