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Remote control aircraft

Date:2018-05-07 14:54:28        Hits:382 
Remote control aircraft refers to aircraft that can control the flight from a long distance.
Remote control aircraft
Remote control aircraft refers to aircraft that can control the flight from a long distance.
The earliest place in mainland China was sold on a stand-alone basis (that is, aircraft and remote controls were sold separately). This would have a high cost of consumption.
At the time, technology was not very developed, and it was not entirely possible to fly according to its own ideas. It would be very troublesome. The commissioning of aircraft
and remote controls has caused consumer groups to have limitations. With the development of science and technology, most of the remote-controlled aircraft are sold in one
machine, and the manufacturers have already debugged well. For some beginner models, they have reached the status of hand-to-manship, and the prices are relatively low.
Remote-control planes have entered the ordinary family, with play-dominated directions; some enthusiasts have also modified them to achieve more entertainment methods (such as aerial photography, load, etc.).
classification
Huizhou Lesen Precision Electronic Co. Ltd according to its use and performance differences. Remote control aircraft can be divided into toys, model aircraft, military and other types.
The difference between a player's toy and a model aircraft comes from whether the remote control aircraft itself has a standard for fever players (routes, wind resistance, etc.). But even if these conditions are met, they still belong to the category of toy remote-controlled aircraft. Mainly based on entertainment, it can also be used for agricultural exploration.
The military remote-controlled aircraft is not available on the market, mainly because the military uses the aircraft model transformation to achieve a higher level of requirements to operate, mainly for high-altitude exploration.
Body classification
Remote control aircraft can be divided into large, medium and small types according to their size.
 
Large-scale remote control aircraft
Suitable for outdoor play, parent-child interaction, picnic essential. There are also professional mainframe models for remote control models.
2. Medium-sized remote control aircraft
You can play in a slightly more spacious interior or play outside. More versatile and affordable.
3. Small remote control aircraft
Suitable for indoor play, strong crash resistance. At home, the office is a good fun.
 
Remote control aircraft
Remote control aircraft basic information
The market mainstream remote control aircraft is divided into 2.5 channels. 3 remote control aircraft, 3.5 channels. 4 remote control aircraft, 6 remote control aircraft. The three links are both: up and down, forward and backward, and left and right. Four-way movement: up and down, forward and backward, left and right, and left and right sides.
Six links: up and down, forward and backward, left and right, left and right side to fly, flip and inverted
Players who haven't played normally will stop at the four-way race. The six-way pass will require a long time of practice before they can finish flying a battery.
The four-way standard model, as the manufacturers are all set to beginners, players who have not played three links can easily get started (three links are commonly known as toy aircraft).
Remote Control Aircraft Notes
Friendly reminder: Toy aircraft is only suitable for the indoor flight because of low wind resistance. Outdoor wind is not suitable for playing. There is the possibility of being blown away. Please do not play on roads or in crowds to avoid danger. Playing in water may cause short circuit and damage. When not in use for a long time, the battery should be taken out.
Safety warning: danger of suffocation - the product contains small parts and is not suitable for children; please do not touch the propeller when rotating at a high speed; do not touch the battery when it is charged or discharged; when not using the model, pull out the battery plug; , Please fully charge the battery, otherwise, the battery may cause permanent damage.
Note: The tail rotor will only rotate forward and backward. In other cases, it will not turn.


Some buyers failed to properly charge the aircraft due to improper operation.
Here specifically to remind friends:
The aircraft can't use it and it's almost completely dead, recharged or recharged when it's time to play. As long as the plane doesn't fly, it has to be charged. Do not use the surplus power of the aircraft cleanly and recharge it, it will cause serious damage to the aircraft battery, and it will not be able to recharge. It must be noted.
principle
The remote control sends a signal, the receiver on the aircraft receives the signal, the receiver transmits the steering gear signal and electric energy, the steering gear rotates, drives the connecting rod, and controls the flight of the aircraft.
For example, a helicopter: When the elevator is pushed, the transmitter (remote controller) puts a data (the amount of elevator you have pushed directly by the remote controller into action data, which is called a smart remote controller) and transmits it through its frequency, and the aircraft is equipped with a receiver. The machine is powered by the receiving battery on the aircraft (the oil motive also has the battery), and the receiver will directly transmit the data and electric energy (one servo has three lines to the receiver, one data line, and two power lines) to the control elevator. On the steering gear (composed of a micro motor, circuit board, and gear set, the steering gear rotates to an accuracy of 0.1°, generally only 170° with the exception of the steering gear and the robot steering gear). Then the servo rotates through the connecting rod to tilt the swashplate on the helicopter's main shaft back and forth. The tilt of the swashplate controls the change of the pitch of the main rotor so that the helicopter has the power of rolling forward and backward so that the aircraft can complete your control.