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The Brand NEW RISE Vusion House Racer 125 FPV 5.8G Quad Race Pack RTF is a pretty nice set up, especially for being completely Ready To Fly. I think that this would honestly be a great set up for any beginner wanting to try their hands at FPV racing. The quadcopter itself seems to be Much More Durable than I was initially expecting. It just tends to bounce off of walls and things that it hits! All of the FPV gear worked as good as we could have hoped, though the goggles could use a little more adjustable strap length, as they were just a little too tight on both myself and Abby. Flight time wasn’t even really tested in this video, because we were both able to finish our home made course with no battery flight time issues. Charge time on the quad battery is under an hour, though the monitor seems to take at least a couple hours to charge. All in all, this is a very nice set up. Be sure to listen to our entire video for our complete thoughts and opinions of this Brand New House Racer from RISE!
Update 02/21 – We mentioned in this video that we wanted to try flying these outdoors, though as it turns out they are Only meant to fly indoors. They are Not an outdoor race quad by any means.
Information from the seller’s site (RTF) :
600TVL FPV video camera.
25mW VTX 40-channel, 5-band.
Tactic FPV-RM2 40-channel 5.8GHz FPV monitor with 4.3′ LCD and external antenna (LXGHAM).
Tactic FPV-G1 goggles (LXGHAR).
RISE J2000 2.4GHz 6-channel radio system with Auto-Flip button and smartphone holder.
(3) Flight modes: two gyro-assisted Stability Modes for beginners and Rate Mode for more advanced maneuvers.
1S 3.7V 650mAh LiPo battery delivers 6-8 minutes of flight time.
Monitor: Tactic FPV-RM2 40-channel 5.8GHz FPV monitor with 4.3″ LCD and external antenna
Houseracer 125FPV Drone Specifications;
Rotor Diameter: 4.7″ (120mm) diagonally motor-to-motor
Width: 6.5″ (165mm)
Length: 6.5″ (165mm)
Height: 2.0″ (52mm)
Propeller Length: 2.3″ (58mm)
Weight with Battery: 2.4oz (68g)
Empty Weight: 1.82oz (51.7g)
FPV Camera Specifications;
Input Voltage: 3.6-5.5V
Working Current: 550mA (5V) max.
External Video Quality: 640x480p VGA
Video Format: AVI
5.8GHz Video Transmitter (VTX) Specifications;
Output Power: 25mW VTX 40-channel, 5-band
Tactic FPV-RM2 Receiver/Monitor Specifications;
Monitor: 4.3″ (109mm) color LCD
5.8GHz Receiver: 5 bands (A, B, E, F and R); 40 channels
Antenna: RP-SMA 3dBi whip
Receiver Sensitivity: -90db
Screen Resolution: 480×272
Format: NTSC/PAL (auto-adjust)
Micro Memory Card Port: compatible with cards up to 32GB
Battery: 1S 3.7V 1400mAh LiPo
Operating Voltage: 3.6-5.5V
Run Time: 1.5 hours
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