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The CFX1 Partial Build is an almost ready to fly quadcopter based on our CFX1 frame, which is a robust Quadcopter frame that features strong carbon fibre arms for weight-efficient strength. The arms are collapsable and the landing gear is easily removable, so transporting your quadcopter becomes a pleasure.
This partial build includes the frame, motors, propellers, controller board and motor speed controller board. All you'll need to get flying is an appropriate battery and remote (see suggested items below). If you are wanting to do some aerial photography with a small camera (up to 500g), we have a camera gimbal available for this frame which easily snaps into place.
Please note, although we can offer you advice on quadcopters and multirotors, this is considered a specialised hobby and we cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage to equipment. We would reccomend spending some time researching multirotors and quadcopters before purchasing this product, as there is no instruction manual available. You'll still need to pair the remote to the quadcopter (most instruction manuals supplied with a remote can offer this).
When it comes to payload, it's difficult to say exactly what you can and cannot lift as this will be dtermined by your battery size and expected flight time. To be safe, try keep your camera or object to a max of 500g. Trying to pick up too heavy a load will result in your hardware burning out.
If you're a more advanced user looking for an open source quadcopter platform that can be modified to accomodate GPS, GSM , etc. you may want to check out our other available hardware here
- CFX-1 Carbon Frame
- Brushless Motors
- Controller Board
- Speed Controller Board
- Collapsable carbon fibre arms
- ABS plastic hood, landing gear and parts
- Fibreglass mounting plates
- Navigation lights are included under the motor mounts (5v)
- Weight including landing gear: 925g
- Landing gear weight: 115g
Camera Gimbal not Included - click here for more info