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Thread: The QAV400 FPV Quad Frame by Lumenier (formerly fpvmanuals)

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    hello all!, could anyone tell me or point me the way as to where I can get a build manual for the QAV400? that shows motor installation esc set-up etc. I can not seem to find the complete build manual. I found where to build the QAV400 frame and that's it. Thank you for any help. I am hoping for a link. have a great day!

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    A video of travels in India shot by Ashley Leung. Aerial shots done with the QAV400.


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    after a longer break due to my PhD I had little time to fly around. Luckily around our wedding day we made a short trip to Venice and I was able to fly in the morning.
    However this is a really short video but anyway I thought I share it with you guys.



    Andy

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    My QAV400 with DX7S for sale. Pm me if interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomWolves View Post
    hello all!, could anyone tell me or point me the way as to where I can get a build manual for the QAV400? that shows motor installation esc set-up etc. I can not seem to find the complete build manual. I found where to build the QAV400 frame and that's it. Thank you for any help. I am hoping for a link. have a great day!
    i got 4, and have posted a lot of info on setups with photos at http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/member.php?u=337366

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    Can anyone tell me what size screws are used to attached the prop adapter to the Lumenier FX2216-9 1100KV motor? There are 3 small metric hex screws that are used on each motor. My best guess is M1.6 x 3mm.
    Last edited by dsheikh573; 11th December 2015 at 12:21 PM. Reason: Correction : M1.6 instead of 1.6M

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    QUOTE:My best guess is 1.6M x 3mm. :UNQUOTE

    I hope they are not 1.6M meaning meters X 3mm HE HE

    If they are the same as tiger motors then they are 2mm x 8 mm long

    The hole in the prop adaptor is 2.1mm according to

    http://www.getfpv.com/catalog/produc...98/image/1735/

    and 8mm seems about right for length
    Last edited by STI-REX; 11th December 2015 at 04:18 AM.
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    Sorry, I mistyped. I meant to say "M1.6 x 3".
    I saw the drawing that shows a size of M2. I bought that size screw and they are definitely too large. The size I think is M1.6, but it could be M1.4. The length is much shorter than 8 mm. They are either 3mm or 4mm. I measured 3mm using the broken screws but it was approximate.
    I can find places online to buy these. But what places sell them at brick and mortar stores? HD, Lowes, etc, do not carry precision screws. Eye glass shop?

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    According to the T-Motor website the standard screws for the prop adaptor are m2 by 8mm

    And I am pretty sure the Getfpv motors are supplied by Tiger Motors

    You could try a HOBBY shop that sells r/c helicopters for the bolts just take the motor with you and do a trial fitting OR a specialist engineering supply / bolt shop

    Any hobby shop worth visiting should have blister packs of bolts / nuts in metric sizes but you may have to cut them to length make sure you do this accurately so as not to unbalance the motor

    Hardware / automotive stores nearly NEVER carry anything smaller than 4mm

    Last edited by STI-REX; 11th December 2015 at 06:12 PM.
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