RISE RXS255 FPV Race Quad 1000 TVL Camera/200mW Tx Rx-R

Tower Stock# RISE0255  •  Manufacturer Stock# RISE0255
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Notes from our tech department:
This is the 2.4GHz Radio Controlled, Electric Powered,
RXS255 250 Class Racing Drone from RISE.
Rx-R (Receiver Ready) requires receiver, battery and charger.
**Compatible with most 5.8GHz Video Goggles, Receivers and Monitors.**


Frame: Carbon fiber
Brushless Motors: 2300Kv, 2204 size
Camera: 1000TVL FPV, adjustable angle up to 30
Video Transmitter (VTX): 5.8GHz 32 channel 200MW
Flight Modes, three preprogrammed;
Stabilized 1, Stability Mode limits the tilt angle, and quadcopter
will level itself when the right stick is centered
Stabilized 2, FPV Mode-no leveling or limits on tilt mode, smoother
and more maneuverable operation
Stabilized 3, Acro Mode, maximum maneuverability while performing
acrobatics, faster reaction than FPV mode
Speed Controls: Four Oneshot125
Propellers: 5x4.5
Warranty: RISE guarantees this kit to be free from defects in both
material and workmanship at the date or purchase. This warranty
does not cover any component parts damaged by use or modification.


RXS255 250 Class Racing Drone with Camera, VTX, Propellers, Motors,
Battery Pads and Instruction Manual


Radio: 6-channel and receiver
LiPo Battery: 4S 1300-2200mAh
Battery Charger: To match selected battery
5.8G FPV Receiver and Monitor or Goggles


Diagonal Measurement: 10.1" (257mm) diagonally motor to motor
Width: 9.25" (235mm)
Length: 8.6" (218mm)
Blade Length: 5" (127mm)
Empty Weight: 16.2oz (460g) without battery


The RXS255 requires FAA registration. Visit www.faa.gov for details.
FPV "First Person View" transmission products with output power
greater than 25mW require a HAM license to operate legally in the
USA. This involves a 35-question multiple-choice test and a small
fee. You can contact an amateur radio club in your area for
information or assistance in obtaining a license. Also see the
Amateur Radio Relay Network web page about obtaining a license.
Customers outside of the USA should understand and follow all
telecommunications or other regulations in your area.

jxs 09/01/16

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