The Cessna 182 V3 Pro Series RC Plane is a true scale ready to fly electric powered 4 channel R/C aircraft.
The Electric R/C Cessna 182 Pro The new Sharper Image Brand Cessna 182 Pro Series Electric Remote Controlled Airplane is Parkflyer's BEST SELLING RC airplane trainer. The included Brushless motor provides 60% more power than a standard speed 480 motor. (Brushless motors have more power and increased efficiency)
The Cessna Pro Series ships with a 1300 mah Lipoly 7.4v volt rated at 20C that provides up to 20 minutes of run time!!
Included is long range 2.4 Ghz 4 Channel radio for glitch free flying with a range of up to 4000 feet. Benefits of 2.4 Ghz radios are unlimited channel selectivity with no chance of any interference at all.
Includes a new wing with 2 aileron servos (1 for each aileron) for more precise control, quicker turning response times and faster roll rates. The Cessna 182 is a true scale ready to fly electric powered 4 channel R/C aircraft.
Months of flight testing and design yield an aircraft that is super stable and capable of maintaining flight at super slow speeds that allow novice to master flight mechanics with ease.
Designed with the novice in mind, its easy fix due to the modular design components.
The Cessna Pro Series offers full 4 Channel control: Throttle, Ailerons, Rudder, and Elevator for full R/C flight realism and control.
All electronic components and decals are pre-installed from our factory. All of our planes comes with a Quality Control rating card to ensure you receive a working model.
The Cessna 182 V3 Pro Series RC Plane is One of the Most Popular R/C Airplanes Around!
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Cessna 182 Pro Features
- 2.4 Ghz Dual Spectrum Radio System - 4 Channel Proportional
- 1300 mah 7.4v Volt Lipoly Battery - 20C Rating
- 80- Watt 1300 kv Brushless Motor
- 20 Amp Brushless Speed Control
- Lipoly Auto Peak balanced A/C charger
- Tri- Bladed Prop
- 9 Gram Micro Servos: (4pcs) Wing Span: 38.5 inches
- Length: 28.5 inches
- Weight: 19.8 ounces
- Servos: (4) 9 gram micro
- Radio Range: 4000 feet
What Do The Features on the Parkflyers Cessna 182 Mean?Radio: DSM Stands for Digital Spectrum Modulation, the latest technology for radio control systems. A Globally Unique Identification Code (GUIC) is assigned to every radio transmitter when its made. The receiver is programmed to identify the unique code in what is called the 'binding process' essentially binding or locking the transmitter and receiver together when they turn on. This blocks out other codes or radio signals that could interfere with your aircraft causing it to crash. DSM technology also has a faster response time from the transmitter to the plane than PPM or PCM Radio systems, allowing for better control on 3D Acrobatics. Servos: Generally each Channel controls a servo, and each servo controls a Control Surface. The Smaller and more accurate the servos the better the performance of the aircraft. Li-Po: Stands for Lithium-ion Polymer (Li-Po) The newest major development in RC battery cell technology. Offering more power, and longer run times than NiCD and NiMH Li-Po batteries has dramatically transformed the face of electric rc flight to the point where they are competing with Nitro fueled planes. Lipo Balance: A 7.4v Li-Po pack is made from two 3.7 v battery cells (3.7v x 2 = 7.4v). Keeping all 3 cells balanced and producing the same voltage not only protects your r/c cessna from damage, it also provides for optimal performance. Control Surfaces: The Four Primary controls of an airplane are:
- Throttle (motor control, or speed control. Think of propeller)
- Elevator (Hinged section of the back of the tail that move up and down, when they are up the nose goes up for climbing, when they are down the nose goes down for diving. This is known as the pitch altitude)
- Ailerons (Hinged sections of the back of the Wing for rolling. One side goes up while the other side goes down, this causes the roll motion)
- Rudder (The Tail's FIN). Used for steering, if the rudder turns left the plane foes right and vice versa)
These are collectively known as control surfaces, these are the same as those found on real airplanes and control the RC model in exactly the same way.