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E-FLITE SAYS GO VERT

E-FLITE SAYS GO VERT

The E-flite X-VERT VTOL (Vertical TakeOff and Landing) park flyer’s simple, tail-sitter design and SAFE technology make it easy for almost anyone to enjoy.

 E-flite X-VERT™ VTOL

(EFL1800)  $199.99

X-VERT VTOL BNF Basic (EFL1850)

 

 

FEATURES:

  • Multirotor versatility and sport plane agility
  • Takes off and lands vertically in small areas
  • Fly slow or fast and perform aerobatics in airplane mode
  • Can be hand launched and belly-landed like a conventional wing
  • Simple tail-sitter design and SAFE technology makes VTOL flying easy
  • Stability and Acro modes that provide a wide range of flight performance
  • Optional and patent-pending FPV camera and servo-driven mechanism (sold separately)
  • 280-size brushless motors compatible with 2S 450-800mAh LiPo batteries
  • Outstanding speed and climb performance
  • Lightweight and extremely durable EPO airframe
  • Colorful decal sheet with multiple trim scheme options
  • Ready to fly within minutes of opening the box
  • Propeller guards and vertical fins that are easy to install or remove
  • Includes a pre-programmed Spektrum DXe transmitter – no setup required
  • Includes a 2S 7.4V 800mAh LiPo battery, DC balancing charger and AC adapter

 

 

 

WHAT’S INCLUDED:

  • (1) X-VERT VTOL Airplane
  • (1) Spektrum™ DXe DSMX® 2.4GHz Transmitter
  • (1) 3-in-1 Receiver/ESC/Flight Controller Unit
  • (2) BL280 2600Kv Brushless Outrunner Motor
  • (1) 2S 7.4V 800mAh LiPo Flight Battery
  • (1) DC LiPo Balancing Charger with AC Adapter
  • (4) AA Batteries for the Transmitter
  • (4) Decal Sheets
  • (1) User Manual

 

 

SPECS:

  • CG (Center of Gravity): 126-136mm (measured forward from the trailing edge of the wing)
  • Completion Level: Ready to Fly
  • Flying Weight: 6.4 – 7.0 oz (182 -200g)
  • Length: 10.40 in (264 mm)
  • Material: Foam
  • Motor Size: 280 Brushless Outrunner 2600Kv
  • Propeller Size: 125×75 Left and Right Rotation
  • Recommended Motor Battery: 2S 450-800 LiPo
  • Servos: 4 gram servo
  • Wing Area: 120.4 sq in (7.8 sq dm)
  • Wingspan: 19.85 in (504 mm)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At the heart of it all is exclusive SAFE (Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope) flight control software that has been expertly tuned so almost any RC pilot can experience the fun of VTOL flight.

Automated Transition

Making the transition between multirotor and airplane flight is as simple as flipping a switch. The flight controller will automatically transition the aircraft from one to the other using SAFE technology to stabilize everything so you can relax and have fun.

3 Flight Modes

The advanced flight control software features three flight modes that, along with the model’s light wing loading and efficient aerodynamics, give you a wide range of performance.

–   Multirotor Stability Mode

This mode allows you to take off and land vertically like a multirotor aircraft. It’s also great for indoor flight. In this mode the aircraft’s tail remains pointed at the ground while the flight controller uses a combination of differential thrust and elevons to control pitch, bank and rotation. Pitch and bank angles are limited, and SAFE technology will work to keep the model in a stable hover whenever you release the sticks.

–   Airplane Stability Mode

In this mode the aircraft responds to pitch, roll and yaw commands like a typical airplane. SAFE technology limits pitch and bank angles so new pilots can experience airplane flight without accidentally rolling upside down or losing control. It will also return the wings to level whenever the sticks are released.

–   Airplane Acro Mode with AS3X® Technology

In Airplane Acro Mode the model becomes an agile, fully aerobatic flying wing. There are no angle limits or self-leveling. The large, long-throw elevons will allow you to perform incredibly tight turns as well as a wide range of aggressive aerobatic maneuvers. And because you have the forward thrust of two brushless motors working for you, there is plenty of speed and power to spare. You can even use the differential thrust of the motors for yaw control to perform wild spinning and tumbling maneuvers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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