Blade Scimitar 170 FPV BNF Basic

Tower Stock# LWY354  •  Manufacturer Stock# BLH02250
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Notes from our tech department:
For Pilots 14 Years of Age and Older

FEATURES

Camera: 600TVL CMOS FPV w/2.1mm lens
Video Transmitter: 25/200/600mW adjustable
Electronic Speed Control: 4-in-1 20A pre-flashed with DShot 600 for
a smooth motor response
Brushless Motors: Four 1407-3000Kv
Flight Controller: F3 with Betaflight OSD enabled provides vital
telemetry data onscreen, preprogrammed flight modes including angle
mode, user configurable via Betaflight
Main Frame: Carbon fiber with rigid 4mm arms that are individually
replaceable
Propellers: 3-blade, black in color, easily removable propeller
guards
Warranty: Horizon Hobby, LLC, (Horizon) warrants to the original
purchaser that the product purchased (the "Product") will be free
from defects in materials and workmanship at the date of purchase

INCLUDES

Blade Scimitar 170 FPV BNF (Bind-N-Fly) Basic Quad
Spektrum Quad Race Serial Receiver w/telemetry
Four 1407-2820KV FPV Motors
20A 4-in-1 ESC
Flight Controller
25/200/600mW Adjustable Video Transmitter
600TVL CMOS FPV Camera
User Manual

REQUIREMENTS

Transmitter: 6+ transmitter w/Spektrum DSMX 2.4GHz technology
FPV Headset or Ground Station Monitor
Battery: 4S at least 800mAh
Battery Charger:

SPECIFICATIONS

Length: 7.8" (200mm)
Height: 1.57" (40mm)
Max Propeller: 4" (102mm)
Flying Weight: 15.5 oz (440g)

COMMENTS

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.
Always follow the AMA Safety Code when operating model aircraft.
Visit the Academy of Model Aeronautics and search for FPV 550, and
read "Document 550 - Utilizing First Person View Systems to learn
about the safe operation of FPV 'First Person View" systems in
model aircraft.

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