The Inductrix FPV is equipped with a 25mW video transmitter capable of transmitter on Fatshark channels 1 through 8 and all Raceband channels so you can race several pilots at once. You can select channels from the easy to use button atop the body of the Inductrix. The camera is very lightweight and perfectly protected in the body housing. The antenna we've chosen for video transmission is a dipole and designed with durability in mind. Video range of the Inductrix FPV is nearly 100 yards line of sight and more than adequate to fly in any large building or home.
We've tweaked the flight control system for better control in stability mode by allowing pitch to be applied even if the user demands even if throttle is full. Agility mode is now much more controllable too!
Included is a large capacity 200 mAh battery so that you can fly upwards of 4 minutes.
The optional 4.3" Spektrum FPV monitor is a perfect solution for FPV without having to pony up the cost of a full goggle system. The monitor is rechargeable via micro USB and has a 1.5hr run time before it needs to recharge. It is capable of receiving on 40 channels and can be clipped on your radio for hands free operation.
One of the best features about the optional 4.3" monitor is that you can upgrade it to the full headset with the SPMVM430HA headset adaptor. This gives you an inexpensive way to have the immersive experience of a full goggle without breaking the bank
With brilliant white and red LED lighting illuminating each Inductrix FPV, it's easy to follow friends while flying together or even see if the battery is getting low when they begin to blink. The lights are mounted inside each frame so they too will be protected in a crash.
Each rotor is housed in a true duct and is extremely quiet during flight. The benefit of using ducted fans instead of propellers is they fully protect the fans in a crash and prevents the Inductrix from causing any damage to walls and is safe enough to be caught by hand!
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