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Convergence VTOL BNF Basic...

Features



Multirotor flexibility and sport plane agilityDesigned by champion pilot, Mike McConvilleExclusive flight control software makes it extremely easy to flyStability and Acro Modes provide a wide performance envelopePowerful brushless motors for impressive speed and climb performanceSuper-simple transmitter setup – no complex shows requiredFPV-ready with cam and video transmitter mounting stations




Summary


VTOL (Vertical Launch and Landing) RC models are normally a variety when it pertains to performance. If they are stable, their speed and agility is frequently dull. If they are active, pilots need to work more difficult to transition between hovering and plane flight. The Merging™ VTOL park leaflet changes all that. Its distinct style and unique flight control software give you the best of both agility and stability while making the transition between multirotor and plane flight so smooth and predictable, you will feel right in your home your very first time on the sticks.

Sleek and Easy
Unlike complex VTOL airplane that turn the whole wing and need as lots of as four motors to accomplish vertical and forward flight, the Merging park leaflet uses a simple, yet sleek, delta-wing style with three brushless motors – 2 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 plane flight, the wing-mounted motors turn down into the horizontal position and the model’s elevons take control of pitch and bank control. Yaw control in plane flight is offered by differential thrust from the wing-mounted motors.

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

Automated Shift
Making the transition between multirotor and plane flight is as easy as turning a switch. The flight controller will smoothly turn the 2 wing-mounted motors into the proper flight mindset and trigger the rear motor as required.

Stability and Acro Flight Modes
These 2 flight modes give you a wide range of performance for each phase of flight.

- Stability Mode
In multirotor flight, Stability Mode will restrict pitch and bank angles and work to keep the model level when you launch the sticks. This permits you to take off and land like a pro, even if you’ve never ever flown a multirotor prior to. In plane flight, it will restrict pitch and bank angles and automatically return the wings to level when the sticks are launched.

Stability Mode automatically engages throughout the transition between multirotor and plane flight. It seamlessly preserves self-leveling and angle limits from one phase of flight to the other, making this the easiest RC VTOL experience you will discover anywhere.

- Acro Mode
In Acro Mode there are no angle limits or self-leveling in any phase of flight. Throughout multirotor flight, the model will act like a standard multirotor that pitches and banks in whatever direction you want it to fly. It can flip and roll like other multirotors, too.

In plane flight, Acro Mode lets you perform a wide range of aerobatic maneuvers. And since you have the forward thrust of 2 brushless motors working for you, there is a lot of speed and power to spare. You can even use the differential thrust of the motors to perform distinct spinning and tumbling maneuvers.

FPV Ready
The model is designed to accommodate several of the most popular FPV cam systems. There is a camera bay under the nose and a location to install the video transmitter in the back of the airplane. Both locations are easy to gain access to so setup takes simply a couple of minutes.

Advised FPV System – All Items Sold Separately
• Spektrum 650TVL CCD FPV Camera NTSC
• Spektrum 25mW 5.8GHz Video Transmitter
• Power Adapter
• Spektrum 4.3-Inch Video Monitor with Headset
Super-Simple Transmitter Setup
This Bind-N-Fly® variation can be flown with any full-range, 6+ channel DSMX®/DSM2® airplane transmitter and comes geared up with a Spektrum serial receiver that is connected to the flight controller. No complex transmitter setup or shows is required. You use your “EQUIPMENT” switch for picking Stability or Acro mode and your “AUX 1” switch to transition between multirotor and plane flight.

 

Needed To Complete

Exactly what remains in the box?

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

(1) Merging™VTOL BNF
(1) User Handbook
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Specifications


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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