Product Announcements January 25, 2007
As a followup to our article on Dec 20, 2006, “Thunder Power Launches Full Line of Brushless Electronic Speed Controllers (ESC)“, we now have 4 of these brand new, coveted, Thunder Power Brushless Motor Speed Controllers in stock!
We have these 4 Thunder Power High Grade Brushless ESCs in stock! Pick one up today!
- 12 Amp Thunder Power High Grade Brushless ESC: TPE-12B4
- 18 Amp Thunder Power High Grade Brushless ESC: TPE-18B4
- 25 Amp Thunder Power High Grade Brushless ESC: TPE-25B4
- 30 Amp Thunder Power High Grade Brushless ESC: TPE-30B4
Thunder Power has a release schedule for the rest of their Brushless ESC lines, the Smart Guide / LiPo Saver Series and the Thunder Power High Grade Brushless ESC. The rest of the ESCs are scheduled for release by Thunder Power in February and April, 2007. We will get them here at RCToys.com as soon as they are released.
Pick up one of these in-stock-and-ready-to-ship Thunder Power Electronic Speed Controllers today from your favorite Thunder Power dealer: Draganfly Innovations RCToys.com. Don’t forget: We have FREE Shipping on all these new Thunder Power ESCs!
Product Announcements January 24, 2007
Draganfly Innovations RCToys.com has Hitec RC Servos with matching Hitec gears and servo arms. From tiny Sub-Micro Servos like HS-50, Micro Servos like HS-81, Digital Mini Servos like HS-5245MG, High Torque Metal Gear Servos like HS-645MG, to the Digital Titanium Gear Robot RC Servo HSR-5995TG, we’ve got the Hitec Servo for your RC airplane, RC helicopter, RC blimp or RC car.
These Hitec servos offer different servo gear materials to match your unique R C application: nylon, karbonite, metal and titanium gears. Nylon is the most economical and great for most standard rc uses. Karbonite lasts longer and is stronger than nylon. Metal is for tough rc servo applications but metal gears wear faster than nylon or karbonite. Titanium is the ultimate gear choice for awesome wear resistance, durability and reliability.
If you need help choosing the perfect Hitec RCD servo for your specific rc need please give us a call 1-800-979-9794 / 306-955-9907 and we will help you order exactly the servo you need. We have experienced rc engineers on staff ready to answer your servo questions. Looking for technical data sheets on our Hitec servos? Jump to our Downloads and Manuals page and download Hitec servo manuals and tech sheets.
Get your Hitec Servos, Hitec gears and Hitec servo arms from your favorite RC Web site, Draganfly Innovations, RCToys.com. We will beat any competitors advertised Hitec servo price! These Hitec servos all have FREE Shipping!
Product Announcements January 18, 2007
Hacker has a new series of brushless motor speed controllers called the Hacker X-Pro Series. These ESCs all have the ability to be tweaked and programmed by using the new Hacker USB X-Pro Interface. All 6 of these new speed controllers and the USB programming cable are now in stock at Draganfly Innovations RCToys.com. We offer FREE Shipping on all Hacker speed controllers!
Hacker’s new X-Pro brushless controllers are available from 7A to 70A to fit your specific RC application. The X-Pro ESCs sport automatic Lithium Polymer battery detection, adjustable motor direction, selectable acceleration, adjustable timing and many more high-end features. These speed controllers are specifically developed by Hacker to be compatible with high pole outrunner brushless motors as well as two pole inside runner brushless motors.
The difference between Hacker’s old X Series Controllers and the new X-Pro Series Controllers is their ability for to be hooked up to your Windows PC via the optional USB Programming Package for X-Pro Controllers so you can tweak all the ESC’s settings. The USB cable connects to your PC and to the Hacker programming module. The programming module plugs into the servo connector on the speed controller.
Buy a new Hacker X-Pro series ESC and optional USB ESC programmer from your favorite Hacker Brushless dealer, Draganfly Innovations, RCToys.com. They’re in stock and ready to go with FREE Shipping!
Product Announcements January 11, 2007
The semi truck is unloaded and the RC helicopter parts you need are back in stock. Get your replacement rotor blades, tail booms, drive gears, pinions, batteries, circuit boards, chargers, mosquito bodys… everything you need to fix your Micro Mosquito or Firefly mini R/C Helis. We have all these parts and more listed in our Firefly & Micro Mosquito RC Helicopter Parts page. Buy them online today and get them while the selection is yours for the picking.
Draganfly Innovations News January 10, 2007
MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) is developing a system, called the UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) Swarm Health Management Project, to allow multiple flying craft to work together under computer control and perform surveillance and monitoring tasks, using Draganflyer VTOL (Vertical Take-off and Landing) electric RC helicopters.
MIT’s UAV Swarm Health Management Project is focused on surveillance and monitoring of ground based objects or vehicles. The multi-vehicle testbed developed by MIT uses several Draganflyer four rotor electric RC helicopters and a computer tracking and positioning system to monitor and control multiple unmanned aerial vehicles. MIT SWARM Project Demonstration videos are available on MIT’s project website.
Draganflyer RC helicopters are unlike standard model helicopters because they use four rotor blades (one on each corner) to generate directional thrust which is used to maneuver. The use of four rotor blades makes the Draganflyer helicopter simpler and more reliable than a standard helicopter, eliminating the need for all of the mechanical linkages required for maneuvering using a conventional single main rotor. The Draganflyers used in MIT’s project are the same radio controlled helicopters used by many hobbyists, and are available from Draganfly Innovations on-line store, www.rctoys.com. The specific models used by MIT are the Draganflyer V Ti, and Draganflyer V Ti Pro.
MIT has even demonstrated the ability to land a Draganflyer on a moving object while under computer control.
MIT’s test platform is being developed by Professor Jonathan How, with graduate students Mario Valenti, Brett Bethke, Daniel Dale, Xiaojie Hu, and administrative assistant Kathryn Fischer. They are working with Boeing’s Phantom Works research unit. An MIT newsoffice article is available on their site.
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