Aerialfreaks Vector 250 FPV/Racing Quadcopter Drone Kit w/Power Distribution Board

Aerialfreaks
AF-VECTOR250-002
Discontinued
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This is the Aerialfreaks Vector 250 FPV/Racing Quadcopter Drone Kit, with an included XT60 equipped Distribution Power Board. The Vector 250 FPV & Racing mini quadcopter frame is designed to provide new possibilities and freedom to your FPV and Racing hobby!

With it's innovative up or upside down frame structure, durable CNC machined aluminum and carbon fiber frame, and integrated Power Distribution Board, the Vector 250 give a lightweight, easy to fix, reliable and compact flying machine.

Additionally, the variable dual position dampened HD camera mount allow you to get the best view angles to maximize your FPV and Racing experience.

Features:

  • 3mm separate composite motor arms
  • Lightweight and durable frame stricture (only 126g)
  • Plenty of space to mount all electronics needed
  • Anti-vibration camera mount
  • Integrated power distribution board with power cable and XT60 connector               
  • Variable frame assembly layout (motor arms on top / bottom)
  • Variable FPV and HD camera view angle (straight or 15)

Specifications:
Width/length: 208mm
Height: 88mm
Diagonal M2M: 250mm   
Propeller Size: 5"

Includes:

  • Full CF & CNC Aluminum Frame 
  • Power Wires and XT60 Connector
  • Distribution Power Board
  • Battery Velcro Straps
  • Screws Nuts & Spacers

Needed To Complete:

  • 2.4GHz Transmitter and Receiver System
  • SBus inverter (Use Sbus Futaba Receiver)
  • LiPo Battery 3S/4S: 1300-2200mAh w/XT60 connector
  • Compatible Battery Charger
  • Naze 32 Flight Controller (or similar)
  • (4) Brushless Motor 1806-2300kV
  • (4) 5" Propeller
  • (4) 12A ESC BEC

Recommended Cameras:

  • SONY Effio-e 4140+811 1/3 CCD 2.6mm Lens 700TVL camera or similar
  • HD Mobius action cam for onboard flight recording

This product was added to our catalog on July 17, 2015.