This is the 2.4GHz Radio Controlled, Brushless Electric Powered|
FPV-R RISE Vusion 250 Quadcopter with 200mW Video Transmitter.
Motors: Four 2280Kv brushless
Electronic Speed Controls: Four high frequency with One Shot 125
Construction: Injection molded plastic with easily replaceable arms,
LED lights on each arm
Camera: 600TVL resolution, compatible with micro memory cards up to
Video Transmitter: 200mW 5.8GHz VTX 8-channel allows pilots to view
their flights in real time, eight specially-reserved Raceband
channels optimized for pro FPV racing, omni-directional cloverleaf
Battery: 3S 11.1V 1500mAh 25C with Star plug
Propellers: Plastic, four 5x4.5" bullnose shape installed, with four
Warranty: RISE guarantees this kit to be free from defects in both
material and workmanship at the date of purchase. This warranty
does not cover any component parts damaged by use or modification.
RTF Vusion FPV-R Racer
600TVL FPV Video Camera with Micro Memory Card Slot
3S 11.1V 1500mAh 25C LiPo Battery (RISE2022)
Spare Propeller Set (RISE2010)
Transmitter: RISE J2000 2.4GHz 6-channel RISJ2000, or a Radio
System such as the Tactic TTX660 and the Tactic TR625 receiver
FPV Monitor or Goggles capable of receiving Raceband channels
LiPo Charger: 3S capable such as the Duratrax Li-24, or the RISE
Balance Charger and RISE 2024 Charge Adapter
Diagonal Measurement: 9.8" (250mm) motor to motor
Width: 9.5" (241mm)
Length: 9.9" (252mm)
Height: 2.7" (69mm)
Weight: 17.7oz (502g) with battery
Propeller Blade Length: 5: (127mm)
Propeller Blade Pitch: 4.5" (114mm)
Input Voltage: 3.6 - 5.5V
Working Current: 550mA (5V) max.
Micro Memory Card Port: Compatible with cards up to 32GB
External Video Quality: 640x480p VGA
Internal Video Quality: 1280x720p 30fps (when recorded from micro
Video Format: AVI
Photo Resolution: 2 MP
If pilot would like to install their own radio system receiver, they
can order the RISE2509 Receiver Cable Set. This cable set is
compatible with Futaba, Tactic, Spektrum and other brands of
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 their 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
to learn about the safe operation of FPV systems in model aircraft.