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Convergence VTOL BNF Basic...


Multirotor flexibility and sport plane agilityDesigned by champion pilot, Mike McConvilleExclusive flight control software application makes it exceptionally simple to flyStability and Acro Modes provide a broad performance envelopePowerful brushless motors for outstanding speed and climb performanceSuper-simple transmitter setup – no complex programming requiredFPV-ready with electronic camera and video transmitter installing stations


VTOL (Vertical Takeoff and Landing) RC designs are generally a mixed bag when it pertains to performance. If they are steady, their speed and agility is frequently dull. If they are active, pilots need to work more difficult to shift in between hovering and airplane flight. The Merging™ VTOL park leaflet changes all that. Its unique design and exclusive flight control software application provide you the very best of both agility and stability while making the shift in between multirotor and airplane flight so smooth and predictable, you will feel right in the house your very first time on the sticks.

Sleek and Basic
Unlike complex VTOL aircraft that turn the entire wing and need as lots of as 4 motors to achieve vertical and forward flight, the Merging park leaflet utilizes an easy, yet smooth, delta-wing design with three brushless motors – two rotating motors on the wing and a fixed-position motor in the tail.

In multirotor flight the wing-mounted motors turn up into the vertical position to provide lift and flight control along with the motor in the tail. In airplane flight, the wing-mounted motors turn down into the horizontal position and the design’s elevons take over pitch and bank control. Yaw control in airplane flight is supplied by differential thrust from the wing-mounted motors.

Exclusive Flight Control Software Makes it Simple
At the heart of it all is flight control software application that has been expertly tuned by designer, Mike McConville, so nearly any RC pilot can experience the fun of VTOL flight.

Automated Shift
Making the shift in between multirotor and airplane flight is as easy as turning a switch. The flight controller will efficiently turn the two wing-mounted motors into the right flight attitude and activate the rear motor as required.

Stability and Acro Flight Modes
These two flight modes provide you a wide range of performance for every phase of flight.

- Stability Mode
In multirotor flight, Stability Mode will limit pitch and bank angles and work to keep the design level when you launch the sticks. This enables you to remove and land like a pro, even if you’ve never ever flown a multirotor prior to. In airplane flight, it will limit pitch and bank angles and instantly return the wings to level when the sticks are released.

Stability Mode instantly engages throughout the shift in between multirotor and airplane flight. It perfectly keeps self-leveling and angle limitations from one phase of flight to the other, making this the most convenient RC VTOL experience you will find anywhere.

- Acro Mode
In Acro Mode there are no angle limitations or self-leveling in any phase of flight. During multirotor flight, the design will behave like a traditional multirotor that pitches and banks in whatever instructions you want it to fly. It can turn and roll like other multirotors, too.

In airplane flight, Acro Mode lets you carry out a wide range of aerobatic maneuvers. And since you have the forward thrust of two brushless motors working for you, there is plenty of speed and power to spare. You can even use the differential thrust of the motors to carry out unique spinning and tumbling maneuvers.

FPV Ready
The design is designed to accommodate numerous of the most popular FPV electronic camera systems. There is a cam bay under the nose and a location to install the video transmitter in the rear of the aircraft. Both locations are simple to gain access to so setup takes simply a few minutes.

Advised FPV System – All Items Offered Separately
• Spektrum 650TVL CCD FPV Cam NTSC
• Spektrum 25mW 5.8GHz Video Transmitter
• Power Adapter
• Spektrum 4.3-Inch Video Screen with Headset
Super-Simple Transmitter Setup
This Bind-N-Fly® version can be flown with any full-range, 6+ channel DSMX®/DSM2® aircraft transmitter and comes equipped with a Spektrum serial receiver that is linked to the flight controller. No complex transmitter setup or programming is needed. You use your “EQUIPMENT” switch for picking Stability or Acro mode and your “AUX 1” switch to shift in between multirotor and airplane flight.


Needed To Total

What remains in the box?

Full-variety, 6+ DSMX®/DSM2® channel transmitter
2200-3000mAh 3S LiPo flight battery
3S compatible LiPo charger

(1) Merging™VTOL BNF
(1) User Manual
Video Overview


Wingspan: 25.6 in (650mm
Overall Length: 26.9 in (680mm)
Wing Area: 291 sq in (1883 sq cm)
Flying Weight: 1.7 lbs (771g)
Motor Size: 2210-1450Kv Main, 2730 - 1550Kv tail
Radio: 6+ Channel DSMX/DSM2
Trim Scheme Colors: Black, Red, Silver
Recommended Battery: 2200mAh, 3S (not included)
Experience Level: Intermediate
Recommended Environment: Outdoor
Is Assembly Required: No

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