The company that makes one of the best portable soldering irons, the TS100, has recently released a new model, the TS-80! In this review we will take a look at the new features of the TS80, and whether it’s better than the TS100.
With this 1S brushed motor ESC, you can run a brushed motor directly, and control the speed using PWM signal from a radio receiver. This is a great tool for testing motors of brushed quads and tiny whoops, as well as micro RC planes and boats.
Here is a list of useful and essential tools for building FPV wings and planes: including the many types of glue and tape, materials and spares parts. Some of the stuff are not necessary but will make building and flying wings much easier, enjoyable and reliable.
E6000 is great for building and repairing RC models. whether it’s foam planes and wings, or flexible plastic tiny whoop frames, it just works!
I’d like to re-introduce something really old, not many people know about but can be very useful and fun – the Hobbyking 3-channel video switcher. I have plans using it on an RC airplane so I bought one to see how it works.
I was looking for a way to hang my mini quads and FPV wings on the wall. This would save so much space and is also nice way to display my collections. Thanks to the suggestions from my Facebook group, I found the perfect solution – 3M Command Utility hooks!
I recently found an awesome power supply for the TS100 I’ve to share with you guys! When I first got the TS100, I was powering it with a 4S LiPo. The performance was okay, I wasn’t blown away by it. That’s because at 16V, you are only using 45% of the power. To get the most out of it you should really use 24V.
Sometimes when testing FPV stuff, they all require different input voltages and it can be annoying when you don’t have the right battery for the job. That’s when an adjustable voltage regulator comes in handy! I found a cheap one that might be something I’ve been looking for!
Field repair tools should be portable and flexible, it’s also important to find a good tool kit that covers all of our needs. I will review some of these options and share my thoughts with you which tool sets are worth spending money on.
OWLRC recently came up with a compact and affordable SWR meter that can measures 5.8GHz antennas performance, well, roughly. It has a simple UI, a bright touchscreen and powers off a 3S LiPo battery.
Too lazy to build a smoke stopper? RaceDayQuads and BengineeringLabs have you covered with their “plug and play” solid state smoke inhibitor. It gives you peace of mind when testing new mini quad builds and minimizes the chance of hardware damage due to electrical shorts.