Blade Inductrix FPV + RTF w/Headset Adapter

Tower Stock# LXHXPP  •  Manufacturer Stock# BLH9600HA
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FEATURES

Camera: 600TVL Micro, 140 field of view
Video Transmitter: 25mW transmits on Fatshark channels 1-8, and
all Raceband channels, video range is nearly 100 yards
(91.4 meters) line of sight, ideal for large buildings or homes
Monitor: Spektrum FPV with integrated DVR recordable straight to a
micro SD card
Flight Transmitter: MLP6DSM 6-ch SAFE transmitter with Angle,
Altitude and Agility modes for different skill levels and aerobatic
needs, Meow Mode flips a crashed, upside down craft to an upright
orientation at the push of a button
Brushed Motors: 8mm
Flight Controller: Improved for better control in stability mode
and agility mode
LED Lighting: LED tail light, five selectable colors
LiPo Battery: 1S 3.7V 500mAh
Battery Charger: USB
Ducted Fans: Plastic construction, houses each rotor for protection
in a crash and enables the Inductrix to be caught safely by hand
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

RTF Blade Inductrix FPV+
Spektrum Headset Conversion
MLP6DSM Transmitter
EDF Power System
FPV Camera/Video Transmitter
Spektrum 4.3" Monitor with DVR and Mount
500mAh 1S LiPo Flight Battery
USB Charger
User Manual

SPECIFICATIONS

Flying Weight: 1.69oz (48g)
Length: 3.9" (100mm)
Width: 3.9" (100mm)
Height: 1.97" (50mm)
Flight Time: 4-6 minutes
Propeller Diameter: 1.57" (40mm)
Main Blade Material: Plastic
Main Frame Material: Plastic
Main Rotor Head Type: Multi-Rotor
Canopy/Body Material: Plastic
Channels: Five
Completion Level: Ready-to-Fly

COMMENTS

NOTE: A HAM license is required to operate the Video Transmitter in
North America. Visit www.arrl.org for more information.

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