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Quadcopter II parts

Here I list my parts used for a small but stronger Quadcopter. Part list might change…

So far I have:

Arduino pro mini

Wiimote plus (WM+) (genuine)

Nunchuck (NK) (genuine)

4 Motors:
hacker Style Brushless Outrunner 20-22L

4 Propellers:
ET-ROTORS 2X LEFT, 2X RIGHT (208000)

4ESC’s:
TURNIGY Plush 18amp Speed Controller

Spektrum AR6100 RX

The frame is built from the same 10*10mm aluminium profiles as my Tricopter and T-copter
Very torsionally rigid – easy to replace and relatively cheap in local stores.

I use 3S LIPO’s to power my fleet – 2200Mah and 5000Mah but I mostly use the 2200’s

UPDATE
Now that I have several flights and tests put into this frame I must say WOW!
The MultiWii software is great and the Quadcopter is extremely well flying.
I balanced the propellers and there are no issues related to vibrations in my videos at all.

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  1. Santosh

    Hey there, Have you finished ur quadcopter yet?

    On what basis you selected all those parts?

  2. undcon.com

    Hello!

    The Quadcopter is finished. I’m adjusting the PID values to get a stable flight.

    However, the camera-mount for the GoPro is not yet finished.

    //UndCon

  3. undcon.com

    The parts I choose to use are well known, tried and tested by several Tricopter/Quadcopter flyers

    Motors are widely used and ESC’s are a bit overkill but not that much.

    The Arduino and sensors (Wii) are there to support the use of autopilot to aid flight

    //UndCon

  4. Gagan

    hey,i wanted to know how much money u spend to make such type of a quadcopter?

  5. UndCon

    Hi Gagan!

    Most of my purchases are from HobbyKing in China. They are a very popular shop and have low prices.

    The design and size of your Quad depends on the intended use. Larger motors and ESC’s are more expensive. Same goes for LIPO’s

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