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    The Lumenier QAV180 and QAV210 CHARPU Mini FPV Quadcopters

    I'm happy to introduce two new Lumenier mini FPV quadcopters! The QAV180 and QAV210 CHARPU, both designed to maximize speed, power and agility on 4" (QAV180) and 5" (QAV210 CHARPU) setups.



    The Lumenier QAV180 Carbon Fiber FPV Quadcopter

    The Lumenier QAV180 Carbon Fiber FPV Quadcopter airframe is Lumenier's smallest FPV quad kit to date. It is designed around 4" props and 1806 size motors with 2300kv and up. The assembled kit containing Carbon Fiber Plates, Power Distribution Board and all hardware weighs in at only 85g. The included, but optional landing gear adds another 5g.

    Weight
    • Airframe: 85g (with PDB, camera plates, and hardware), 90g with included Landing Gear.
    • AUW: The QAV180 is flown with an AUW of 250-275g depending on motor choice (includes all flight electronics and FPV gear, but without Lipo or HD camera).


    >> Buy the QAV180 Here





    The Lumenier QAV210 CHARPU Carbon Fiber FPV Quadcopter

    Designed for and named after one of the top FPV pilots in the world, the new Lumenier QAV210 CHARPU Carbon Fiber FPV Quadcopter airframe is CHARPU's new go to frame for acrobatic FPV sessions. The QAV210 CHARPU is an extended version of the new QAV180, Lumenier's smallest FPV quad kit to date. The QAV210 CHARPU is designed to be the smallest possible airframe while comfortably supporting 5" props and 220X size motors. The assembled kit containing Carbon Fiber Plates, Power Distribution Board and all hardware weighs in at only 91g. The included, but optional landing gear adds another 5g.

    Weight


    • Airframe: 91g (with PDB, camera plates, and hardware), 96g with included Landing Gear.
    • AUW: The QAV210 is flown with an AUW of 256-281g depending on motor choice (includes all flight electronics and FPV gear, but without Lipo or HD camera).


    >> Buy the QAV210 CHARPU Here




    Features of Both the QAV180 and QAV210 CHARPU


    • Full 3K Carbon Fiber airframe featuring a solid 3mm thick "Unibody" main plate.
    • Multiple motor mounting holes to fit a variety of motors (M3 and M2 screw mounting patterns).
    • "Bumpers" on the end of the arms to protect the motor during a crash, just like the QAV250.
    • Flight controller cover plate includes cutouts for SMA connector and video transmitter as well as a holder for the included XT-60 Lipo pig-tail.
    • Included Lumenier 4Power power distribution board and XT-60 Pig-Tail to power ESCs and FPV flight electronics. The PDB can optionally be outfitted with a Pololu 12v or 5v voltage step-down (Pololu board not included).
    • Easy Lipo Access (suggested Lipo is a 1300mah 3 or 4s)
    • Support for 32mm board cams as well as 26mm cams in cases such as the Lumenier CM-650.
    • Support to carry HD camera (such as the GoPro 4, Mobius, or GoPro Session) with optional camera vibration mount (not included)
    • Included Landing Gear


    Video of the QAV180 by Skitzo

    Video of the QAV210 by CHARPU

    Video of the QAV180 by Juz
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    Last edited by Andy_GetFPV; 16th September 2015 at 06:38 PM.

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    I like them, I haven't yet decided which to go for though.

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    Slick! Would you mind posting pictures of a full build?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raumagent View Post
    Slick! Would you mind posting pictures of a full build?
    Here is a QAV180 build from Skitzo. This is the one he flew in the video above. We'll be doing a full build manual and overview soon so you can see all the parts and suggested electronics as well.

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    Thanks Andy! Your picture don't show up but I saw it on RCGroups already. Looking forward to the build manual.

    I also saw the video of Trappy at the Nationals with the QAV250 you gave him and his upcoming PowerCube, looks like a perfect match to me.

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    I Cant wait for that multi stacked esc and the cleanness it would bring to a mini quad, any idea of a release date on trapps electronics .. these seem like a perfect match

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thinktank View Post
    I Cant wait for that multi stacked esc and the cleanness it would bring to a mini quad, any idea of a release date on trapps electronics .. these seem like a perfect match
    Not sure of the release date on the stacked ESCs, though you're right those would work very well in the QAV180 or QAV210.

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    Is there an estimated shipping date? I already ordered two 210s and I have 4 lumenier 20A mini escs I don't know what to do with

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    We are shooting for a ship date of mid to late September.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timnilson View Post
    We are shooting for a ship date of mid to late September.
    Muchas gracias!

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