You can use OpenTX Companion to transfer model profiles from an old radio to your new radio, or restore backup to existing radios, here is how.
FPV racing drones are fueled by LiPo batteries, they are able to store and deliver large amount of power. In this guide you will learn how to read the spec of LiPo for your mini quad, and how to choose and handle them safely.
Are the motors on your mini quad getting very hot after flight and you are wondering what’s causing it? Here are some tips to troubleshoot motor overheating issues.
In this article I will share some tips on how to avoid and fix FPV video issues. They way you connect and power VTX and FPV camera affects how clean the video signal is. With good practices you can minimize noise in the FPV feed.
Multimeter is one of the first items you should have when getting into FPV. In this tutorial I will go through the basic functions of a multimeter, and how to “test your drone” with a multimeter. A multimeter is also sometimes called a DMM (Digital Multi-Meter)
One of the biggest improvements in Betaflight 4.0 is RPM Filter and Directional DShot. In this article I will discuss what RPM Filter and Bidirectional DShot are, and what benefits they will bring to our mini quad.
Do you notice the start-up beeps the motor/ESC makes when you plug in the LiPo battery? It beeps even when there is no buzzer (piezo beeper) connected, and we can turn that feature into a lost model alarm.
Here is how to update bootloader in the Taranis in a few easy steps. The first thing you want to do is to check what bootloader version you have.
In this tutorial I will show you how to build a racing drone (aka FPV mini quad) from scratch step by step. It walks you through what components you need, how to assemble the quadcopter, and configure the software for your first flight.
Parallel charging allows you to charge multiple LiPo batteries simultaneously using a single charger. Parallel charging is an effective way to quickly charge the large amount of LiPo’s that mini quad pilots use. When you do it properly, it’s quite safe.