Build your own drone! GEN2 ROBOTICS, releases the Pilot | 450 drone Kit.

The Pilot | 450 "Build your own drone kit", is aimed at the educational market and STEM education. Drones are an almost perfect tool for extending our students curiosity outside of the classroom, and into the real world based on projects that matter.

The Pilot | 450 drone is aimed at the educational market and STEM education. Drones are an almost perfect tool for extending our students curiosity outside of the classroom, and into the real world based on projects that matter.


The Pilot | 450 is a brilliantly designed 450mm quadcopter built from top quality materials. The main frame is high quality glass fiber while the arms are constructed from ultra durable polyamide nylon.

This drone not only looks great, its very well thought out as well. Assembly is a breeze with pre-threaded brass sleeves for all of the frame bolts, so no lock-nuts are required. It utilizes one size of bolt for the entire build, making the hardware very easy to keep in order and only requiring one size of hex wrench to assemble.


The flight controller was engineered from the ground up to bring multi-rotor flight to everyone, not just the experts. The LCD screen and built in software makes install and setup easier than ever. A host of multi-rotor craft types are pre-installed. simply select your craft type, check motor layout/propeller direction, calibrate your ESCs and radio and your ready to go! All of which is done with easy to follow on screen prompts!


Specs:

​Flight Controller

Size: 50.5mm x 50.5mm x 12mm
Weight: 21 gram (Inc Piezo buzzer)
Processor: Atmega324 PA
Gyro: InvenSense Inc.
Accelerometer: Anologue Devices Inc.
Auto-level: Yes
Input Voltage: 4.8-6.0V
AVR interface: standard 6 pin.
Signal from Receiver: 1520us (5 channels)
Signal to ESC: 1520us

Motors & Propulsion

Rpm/V: 1000kv
Shaft: 3.17mm
Voltage: 2S~4S (7.4v to 14.8v)
Weight: 52g
Watts: 210w
Max Current: 20A
ESC: 20A
Suggested Prop: 8x4 (4S) ~ 10x7 (2S)
Mounting Hole Bolt Circle: 16mm or 19mm​

ESC

Input Voltage: 7.4~14.8V (2~4S lipoly)
Cont. Current: 20A x 4
Burst Current (10 sec): 25A x 4
BEC Type: Switching
BEC Output: 5V@3A
Motor Wire Length: 250mm
Dimensions: 70x62x11mm
Weight: 112g​​​

Propellers

Length 10
Pitch 4.5
8 | Agreement
Let's go build a drone !

Frame & Mechanics

Built from top quality glass fiber and polyamide nylon.
Pre-threaded brass sleeves for all of the frame bolts.
Yellow orientation ball
Easy assembly
Width: 450mm
Height: 80mm
Weight: 300g (w/out electronics)

Remote Controller

8ch PPM | 9ch PCM
2.4 GHz ACCST
1.5 Km range
128*64 LCD display
Supports Heli/Acro/Glid modes
Model Memory: 16
Stick mode support 1, 2, 3, 4
PPM/PCM encoder types
Simulator Interface: Yes (JR & Futaba)
Weight 723g without battery

Battery & Power

​2400 mAh | 1.5C | 3S 11.1V | Transmiter LiPo
3300 mAh | 50 - 90 C | 3S 11.1 V | Quadcopter LiPo
Balacend LiPo charger
120v - 220v Power Supply


About GEN2 ROBOTICS:

GEN2 ROBOTICS, designs and manufactures high-quality products for the: inspection, surveillance, aerial video, aerial photography, exploration, and educational markets world-wide.

"Our educational products have a focus on STEM through robotics. Because they provide opportunities for authentic problem solving, allow students to contextualize math and science, and they are fun and engaging."

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