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Q: is the bottle lined or is it bare metal?

Asked by DrRadium on 2021-06-09 09:02:24

Dineshdinudin Bare metal

2022-02-18 05:21:51 Helpful (0)
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Q: Is it water proof?????

Asked by hitesh10soni on 2018-09-14 12:23:26

DrRadium No,nit water proof. It might tolerate some sprinkles but not hard rain or immersion.

2021-11-14 10:56:49 Helpful (0)
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Q: It is toy category drone or not

Asked by tommy2 on 2019-08-17 10:46:20

DrRadium That is going to depend entirely on the laws of the country it is being flown in. Usually the categories are based on weight. With battery, this weighs 525g (about 1 lbs 2.5oz). In the U.S., that is not low enough to avoid FAA registration in the USA (under 250g). Not that it affects the class, but keep in mind that this is based on the MJX bugs3 which has not been made for several years, some key parts, for example the airframe of the drone, are not available anywhere, If it breaks, there is no way to buy just that part.

2020-11-04 01:22:27 Helpful (2)
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Q: Spare Batteries Please

Asked by pwolf on 2020-02-14 08:03:28

DrRadium You can make your own from standard 7.4V 2S Lipo batteries. . JJRC won't sell them fir some bizarre reason.

2020-06-19 04:04:41 Helpful (0)
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DrRadium I did not have any extra problems with wiring in a different battery. It did not turned off. The unit does get hot, but no more than with the stock battery. I would bet that if you placed a heat sink on the metal plate shown in ae864agelu's photographs (where the heat seems to come from), it would solve your problems. Je n'ai eu aucun problème supplémentaire avec le câblage d'une batterie différente. Il ne s'est pas éteint. L'unité chauffe, mais pas plus qu'avec la batterie d'origine. Je parierais que si vous placiez un dissipateur de chaleur sur la plaque de métal montrée sur les photographies de ae864agelu (d'où la chaleur semble provenir), cela résoudrait vos problèmes.

Ilan Delouis 01/10/2019
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Q: where can I find a spare battery

Asked by Pauls on 2019-06-25 08:24:43

DrRadium You can make them. I describe how in my review. Its easy and you get to use a much larger capacity battery. You could also just pop the case open carefully and place wires wires directly on the DC inputs of the video unit and forget about casting the mock battery interface I made. Just make sure to keep the correct polarity as I show in the pictures associated with my review. There probably is no reverse polarity protection , though you could add diodes when attaching wires if you wanted to add it. You just need a standard 7.4V 2S lipo to provide power. There is nothing special about the stock battery pack and JJRC could sell them at a reasonable price and still make big profits.

2020-06-15 09:35:24 Helpful (1)
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