Sport Cub S RTF Electric Airplane by HobbyZone w/SAFE, FPV System & Headset

HobbyZone
HBZ4400VS
Discontinued
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This is the HobbyZone Sport Cub S Ready to Fly Electric Airplane, with an included FPV system and headset. This small Sport Cub S replica allows you to fly, swoop and ascend at your own pace. With SAFE (Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope) technology, you can teach yourself to fly in multiple modes and remain calm knowing you can instantly return to steady flight with the push of a button using the Panic Recovery trigger. This tiny replica of the popular full-scale Sport Cub also gives you the freedom of 4-channel control with working throttle, rudder, elevator

Spektrum Ultra Micro FPV Camera and Video Transmitter
This amazing bit of Spektrum™ technology is perfect for ultra micro aircraft. It combines an FPV camera, transmitter and antenna into a single unit no bigger than a thimble. It’s compatible with Fat Shark and other popular FPV headsets equipped with analog 5.8GHz receivers.

Installation is easy and can be done in seconds. No soldering or special skills are required. You simply attach it to your model and plug in a 1S battery (sold separately). A Y-harness connector is included if you want to eliminate the weight of a separate battery and power the camera with the same 1S flight battery that powers the aircraft.

Fat Shark Teleporter V4 FPV Headset
Developed exclusively for Blade by Fat Shark, the Teleporter V4 headset is easily one of the best values in FPV fun. It’s compatible with all Spektrum and Fat Shark 5.8GHz FPV cameras and features:

  • QVGA 320 x 240 LCD displays
  • 5.8GHz wireless receiver
  • Spironet RHCP antenna
  • Digital head tracking for Spektrum FPV cameras
  • Trainer link head tracking for gimbal controlled cameras
  • 760mAh 7.4V LiPo battery with charger
  • Lens cloth

Digital Head Tracking
One of the coolest features of the Teleporter V4 headset is digital head tracking. Digital head tracking lets you look around the environment your model is flying through without the extra weight and complexity of a mechanical camera gimbal. Special sensors and software in the headset allow you to pan and tilt your field of view using the fixed-position VA1100 camera that’s included. It’s just one more way this Spektrum FPV system lets you have more fun with fewer hassles.

Features:

  • All-in-one convenience
  • Spironet RHCP antenna
  • No FCC License Required
  • 760mAh 7.4V LiPo headset battery with charger
  • Y-harness camera power connector and lens cloth
  • Will not interfere with 2.4GHz RC transmitters
  • SAFE® technology from Horizon Hobby
  • Recovery with the pull of a trigger with Panic Recovery mode
  • Proportional 4-channel control with working throttle, rudder, elevator and aileron
  • Steerable tail wheel for easy ground control
  • Powerful electric motor for impressive speed and climb performance
  • Attractive replica of the Cub Crafters Sport Cub aircraft
  • Mike McConville Design
  • Li-Po battery for long flight times on a single charge
  • USB port DC Fast charger
  • Compact Spektrum™ 2.4GHz DSMX transmitter with proportional controls


Sport Cub S RTF Specifications:
Charger: Fast DC Charger with USB port connectivity
Flying Weight: 2.0 oz (57 g)
Landing Gear: Fixed main with steerable tail wheel
Material: Foam
Recommended Environment: Indoor/Outdoor
Recommended Motor Battery: 150mAh 1S (included)
Wingspan: 24.3 in (616mm)

Ultra Micro Camera Specifications:
Input Power: 3.3 - 4.2V (1S supply)
Power Consumption:
300mA @ 3.7V
Imager:
1/6" VGA CMOS
Camera Lens:
0.95mm IR cut
Field of View:
115° diagonal (90° horizontal)
Operating Temp:
-10° to 60° C
Square:
13.2x17.6x9mm
Lens Dimensions:
9x10mm diameter
Antenna Dimension:
20x25 diameter
Video Output:
Analog NTSC video out
Frequency:
5.8GHz (7 channels available)
Weight:
4.5g (with case)  

Needed To Complete:

  • 1S LiPo Battery (for camera if not powered by aircraft)

This product was added to our catalog on February 10, 2015.