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Aztech Helex Co-Axial Heli

Old 11-27-2007, 06:31 AM
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Default Aztech Helex Co-Axial Heli

The Helex is a 4 channel remote controlled Helicopter that comes pre-assembled and ready to fly.

The difficulties in learning to fly a helicopter are easily overcome with the contra-rotating blades, allowing the Helex to hover effortlessly. The X-blades rotating in opposite directions cancels out the effect on torque and does not require any tail rotor. Stabilizing bars improve its ability to settle on its axis, improving its stability.

2 built-in micro servos allow high precision control during flight.

The 4-in-1 electronics package includes a 4 channel receiver, gyro, mixers and speed controllers.

To further enhance the safety, there’s also a throttle safe system (TSS) which allows the motor to start only when the throttle stick is at low power so there’s no danger of connecting the battery and sending power to the motors instantly.

The low-power-safe (LPS) mode gradually reduces power to the main motor in the event of transmission failure.

Transmission failure can be classified in the following scenario:
1.Transmitter being low in battery
2.Heli being low in battery
3.Link loss due to range or low batteries

Battery protection mode (BPM) will prevent motor and servo from activation when capacity is below 7V, to prevent full discharge on the battery.

During flight, the RCH4-H1 should continue last course of flight for 1 second during link loss and if the connection doesn’t re-establish, LPS mode activates automatically.

The intuitive LED indication on both 4-in-1 electronics package and remote control informs users how much more flight time they have so they will not have to risk flying it in low battery conditions.

The transmitter has been designed for precision helicopter flying and features user configurable servo reversal to cater to the needs of individual flyers.
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Old 11-29-2007, 12:41 AM
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So any comments?
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Old 11-29-2007, 01:35 AM
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Yeah, much? From whom?

Do you have one? Do you like it?
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Old 11-29-2007, 02:45 AM
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ERm... It costs US$110.
I've one, flies reasonably well.

I guess there's not much around to compare for in Co-axials.
They're all the same, less the pricing...
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