That comes as a kit which you’ll need to assemble by yourself in this quick video i’m, going to show you how to build and configure it. Given my feedback after testing it out and show you some flight footage in terms of packaging inside the box of the uc80 kit, you can find the crazy b f4 light all in one flight controller, which features an integrated 5 ampere blles 4 in 1, esc a 25 milliwatt vtx and a built in afrosky or flysky compatible ready receiver. Depending on your version. The ramcom nano 3 fp camera 40802 19000 kv motors, the bathroom unibody carbon fiber plate a bag with two sets of hq prop 40 millimeters by bladed propellers, the canopy of the uz 80, the assembly diagram and the bag that contains rubber bands for securing the battery. A phillips screwdriver and a hex key driver as for assembling the uz80 it’s very simple and won’t, require you to do any soldering work. The first thing that you need to do is to secure the camera mount that comes inside the bag, along with the canopy to the rancom nano 3 fb camera using two phillips screws on each corner of the camera. Then mount the camera inside the canopy using a phillips screw on each side. Now you need to mount the motors on the bottom plate and make sure that the motors with the marked just connectors are placed in the following manner. Then insert the m2 screws into the 25.
5 by 25.5 millimeters mounting holes on the bottom plate and secure them using the m2 nuts insert rubber grommet on each corner of the flight controller and mount the flight controller on the bottom plate in the following manner, plug each Motor adjusts the connector to its designated position, secure the canopy and finally connect the fpv camera to the flat controller. In order to configure the uz80 you’ll need to connect it to your computer, using the micro usb connector, which is located on the bottom of the flight controller, and since the vtx is going to be powered up. Even when the flight controller is powered only via usb. Make sure not to leave it on the bench for too long without proper ventilation, as otherwise it might damage the vtx. After connecting the flight controller to your computer, open up beta flight and as you can see, the crazy bf4 flight controller comes pre flashed with betaflight 3.5.7, which is a little bit outdated. However, since it is working well, i recommend to leave it the way it is at least at the start. Most of the settings of the uz80 are pre configured for you. So basically, what you need to do is to bind the radio receiver with your radio controller, set up your favorite flight modes and osd elements and configure the vtx binding. The afro sky d8. Compatible radio receiver to your radio controller is done by heading over to the cli tab then enter afrosky underscore bind press enter and bind your audio controller using afroskyd8 mode to the red receiver.
As for setting up the vtx on this version of betaflight, it is done using the cli tab as well, so you’ll need to configure the band and channel and don’t forget to enter save and press enter in order to save your settings. In addition, you should note that out of the box, the moto direction is reversed, so pay attention to it when installing the propellers. The next thing that i’ve done is to head outdoors and test the uz80 and overall after testing it out. I think that it’s a great option for a beginner who’d like to advance from something a little bit slower like a whoop for a couple of reasons. First of all, as it is relatively light, it’s not going to cause a lot of damage in case, you are going to bump into obstacles, but keeping that in mind you should still be careful because the propellers are not protected. In addition, even though the thickness of the unibody button plate is 1.2 millimeters and it is very flexible, it is a pretty durable quadcopter, as i crashed it many times, and the quadcopter is still intact as for flight time, using a 300 million pr 1s lrg battery. You can expect about 2 minutes using a 450 milliampere 1s led battery. You can expect between three to four minutes and using a 650 milliampere 1s lhv battery, which is, in my opinion, the recommended option for this quadcopter for beginner, as it will provide you with the longest flight time out of these three batteries, but still will keep the Quadcopter, relatively agile, will provide you with between four to five minutes of flight time, of course, depending on how you fly.
Finally, i also think that it’s great, that the uz80 comes as a kit, because it is extremely easy to assemble it and assembling a quadcopter, even if it’s very easy will provide you with a sense of accomplishment which will be very useful in upcoming bills. So in case you are a beginner or you would like to get a family member or a friend into this hobby. I think that the us80 is definitely something that you would like to check out. Keep in mind, though, that in case you don’t have any other type of equipment, you will need to purchase batteries, a battery charger, a radio controller and fb goggles, and i think that a good starting point for somebody that doesn’t have any type of equipment would be To get the radiomaster t8 pro or the jumper tea light, at least three or four batteries, a simple usb battery charger and the ev800dm goggles, which is a relatively budget friendly option, and especially good for somebody who wears glasses anyway. That’S going to be it for my quick review of the uz 80 and now i’m going to show you some flight footage. I hope you will enjoy the rest of this video and, as always, if you have any questions, feel free to ask them. In the comments section down below don’t forget to leave a thumbs up. If you like this video and consider subscribing to my channel and hitting the notifications bell, if you’re not always subscribed, see you next videos and goodbye Music, do you remember last year last year, those days Music? Thank you, Music thinking, Music.
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