The Tinyhawk range of Emax is quite successful, especially with the excellent TinyhawkS (tested here). The manufacturer offers a “sport” version of this device, the Tinyhawk Freestyle 2S. He has little in common with his two predecessors, so much so that he could have been called Babyhawk. It is mounted on a carbon structure painted white. It measures 11.5 cm diagonal from motor to motor, with dimensions of 9 x 10.4 x 1.9 cm.
The engines are 1103 to 7000KV brushless motors for 2.5 inch Avan Rush three-bladed propellers, all powered by a 5A 4 in 1 ESC. The flight controller is an F4 MatekF411RX flashed with Betaflight, with an active OSD. The camera is a 600TVL associated with a 37-channel compatible video transmitter, which transmits at a power of 25 mW (the maximum allowed in France), with a dipole antenna, SmartAudio compatible for settings with remote control via the OSD.
The power supply to be provided is 2S. But rather than using 2S batteries, Emax preferred a double PST PH2.0 plug to install 2 1S batteries (supplied), those used for the Tinyhawk and TinyhawkS. A radio receiver must also be added to be able to take off. The price? It is also available for pre-order at $104.99 at Banggood Store.
|Features||2.5inch F4 5A ESC FPV|
Diagonal wheelbase (without paddles): 115mm
Maximum size of the aircraft (without antenna, cable tie): 180mm
Aircraft weight (without battery): 53g
Propeller: Avan Rush 2.5 inch Propeller
Main Flight Controller: F4(MATEKF411RX firmware)
ESC: 4 in 1 5A ESC
EMAX Tiny receiver(Compatible with Frsky remote control D8/D16 mode)
Camera: 600TVL CMOS Camera
Transmitter: 25mW Adjustable frequency 37CH
Battery: 1 Cell 450 mAh HV lipo battery (2 pCS)
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