After the TurboBee 136RS, iFlight introduces the TurboBee 120RS V2. It is a 12 cm diagonal micro racer of a motor motor mounted on a 3mm thick carbon structure. It measures 12 x 12 x 3 cm (excluding propellers) and weighs 57.5 grams without the battery. The equipment includes 1103 to 10000KV brushless motors for 6.5 cm HQProp bipale propellers (those of the Toothpicks), powered by the ESC 4 in 1 SucceX 12A. It is integrated into the SucceX F4 Flight Tower, which includes the flight controller flashed with Betaflight and an OSD.
The FPV camera is a Caddx EOS2 Turbo EOS2 combined with a 5.8 GHz SucceX transmitter capable of transmitting at 0 mW (pitmode), 25 mW (the maximum allowed in France), 100 mW and 200 mW, with the IRC Tramp protocol to manage the settings from the remote control using the active OSD. The device is designed to be powered by 450 mAh 2S batteries (not supplied), with an XT30 connector. It will be available without a radio receiver, with a Flysky A8S receiver or a FrSky XM+ receiver. The TurboBee 120RS V2 will be available from $109.99 at Banggood.
iFlight will offer a second version of this device, with 1103 to 4200KV brushless motors. Much less powerful than the first model? Yes, but this version is intended to be powered by 4S batteries. The rest of the configuration is unchanged, except for the color of the fairing, an electric blue. It will be available without a radio receiver, with a Flysky A8S receiver or a FrSky XM+ receiver for $113.99.