Some nano racers follow one another and look very similar. The HGLRC Parrot132, like its predecessor the Parrot120, has an obvious family resemblance to the iFlight TurboBee 120RS V2. It is a model for 3 inch propellers, larger than the classic Toothpicks. It is based on a carbon structure with a 13.2 cm motor diagonal, 2.5 mm thick with 2.3 cm spacers. The bare frame weighs 18 grams.
HGLRC chose 1106 to 3800KV brushless motors for Gemfan 3025 two-bladed propellers, driven by a 4-in-1 ESC FD13A 13A and an FD411 flight controller based on an F4 processor, flashed with Betaflight, with an active OSD. The video part is provided by a Caddx EOS2 Turbo EOS2 camera combined with a 5.8 GHz FD VTX video transmitter capable of transmitting at 0 mW (pitmode), 25 mW (the maximum allowed in France), 100 mW, 200 mW or 400 mW to take a little distance. The video antenna is a dipole on a u.FL connector.
The central fairing protects the electronics, channels the video antenna and offers 2 holes for guides for radio antennas. The Parrot132 is available without a radio receiver, or with an XM+ receiver from FrSky or A8S from Flysky. Weight? 76 grams without battery. HGLRC does not recommend any particular battery model, it can be assumed that the Parrot132 is designed for Lipo 4S of about 600 mAh. The price? From $127.99 at Banggood Store.