Drone The Quadcopter




“Drone The Quadcopter” is an featured UAV. I design my project with F450 arm in X-mode design. The full operation takes place via a Flysky FSCT6 remote control unit which gives a better operating range of 800 Meter to 1.2KM.

Drone The Quadcopter




If you are a beginner in this field then you are on the right place. The ultimate goal of our project is to learn aerial vehicles which can be flyover a long height and over a long range communication. By learning this technology can be used for search and rescue, fire-fighting, law enforcement, military, and news reporting by being able to deploy aerial correspondence much faster than conventional helicopters.

Step 1: Watch Video

Step 2: Required Components

  • Flysky FSCT6 RC Transmitter and receiver
  • KK2.1 Flight controller board
  • F450 Quadcopter arm kit
  • 4 X 1000KV A2212 BLDC motor
  • 4 X ESC
  • 4 X 1045 Propeller
  • Four legs for quadcopter stand
  • LiPo battery 2200mAh/35C
  • LiPo battery charger
  • Connecting cables
  • Heat shrink tubes etc.

Step 3: Connect Motors to Arm

Start the project by connecting each motors to each arm with screws.

Step 4: Solder the ESC to the Bottom PCB

Solder the ESC(electronic speed controller) to the bottom support PCB. Remember to solder the power supply wires only.

Step 5: Connect Bottom PCB to Arm and Legs

Step 6: Install Battery and RC Receiver

Step 7: Cover the Top Support

Step 8: Place the Flight Controller Board

Place the flight controller board on the top supporting base using hot glue or any adhesive material.

Step 9: Soldering Motor Terminals to ESC

There are three terminals of motors. Connect these terminals to the terminals of ESC output. Two motor have a clockwise rotation and the rest two motors have a counter-clockwise rotation. After connection of motors and ESCs, if you want to change the direction of any motor then simply replace two terminals except the middle one.

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