I decided to cut ties with my Mudskipper frame, and move back to my zmr250 frame. I liked the way it flew better, and it was much lighter. I had purchased nicer components for the mudskipper build, so I wanted to migrate some of them back to the zmr. This is where my troubles begin.
I started by tearing down both of my quads. I purchased a new FPV camera, because my old Sony 1117 is definitely showing signs of wear. I went with the RunCam Owl Plus due its wide FOV and low light sensing. Plus it was orange!
I also wanted a new FPV transmitter, since I was thinking I might maintain 2 quads at some point, and wanted 2 full sets of FPV components. For this I went with the Foxeer FPV TM25 Transmitter, because it was completely adjustable in output power.
And last, but not least, I ordered a new receiver – since I had destroyed my 2nd FrSky X4R-SB during a crash. I decided to try the new FrSky XSB, because it was smaller, and only had one connector on it. The only downside I see to this receiver is the inability to *easily* replace antennas. With the X4R, I could snap on a new one, but these are soldered on.
So here is my latest instantiation of my ZMR 250. So far I’m digging flying 4S batteries. Much more power!
List of purchases for this project:
|1||RunCam Mini FPV Camera OWLPLUS 700TVL 5-22V||$50.94|
|1||FrSky XSR 2.4GHz 16CH ACCST Receiver S-Bus||$30.64|
|1||Crazepony Foxeer FPV TM25 Transmitter 5.8G 40CH||$34.99|
|1||RJX RROSD Distribution Board with BEC||$23.98|
|1||Crazepony 4pcs EMAX RS2205 2300KV Brushless Motor||$72.99|
|1||REDROTOR RROSD PRO V2 PDB||$30.00|