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The BNF Inductrix FPV from Blade builds on the Inductrix platform and transforms flying it into first-person experience. With its integrated 25mW video transmitter, FPV camera, high-performance motors, and 200mAh battery, the Inductrix FPV is designed to fly in the smallest of places with ease. SAFE technology helps makes flying simple for beginners, while the ducted propeller design allows means collisions with walls and objects won't be the end of the world.
This is a Bind-n-Fly (BNF) model. A 4+ channel BNF-compatible transmitter is required (available separately).
The Inductrix FPV is equipped with a 25mW video transmitter capable of transmission on Fat Shark channels 1 through 8 and all Raceband channels, enabling you to race several pilots at once without interference. You can choose channels from a selection button at the top of the drone. The camera is encased in a housing for added protection, while the dipole antenna has been chosen for video transmission with durability in mind. Video range of the Inductrix FPV is nearly 100 yards line-of-sight
Note: A HAM (Amateur Radio) License is required to use the FPV transmitter in the US
The Inductrix FPV requires additional horsepower to fly with the added weight of the camera. It comes equipped with four high-performance 14,300 Kv motors
Quiet Ducted Fans
Each rotor is housed in a true duct and is extremely quiet during flight. The benefit of using ducted fans instead of propellers is that they fully protect the fans during a crash and prevent the Inductrix from causing any damage to walls
With brilliant white and red LED lighting illuminating each Inductrix FPV, it's easy to follow friends while flying together or even see if the battery is getting low when they begin to blink. The lights are mounted inside each frame, so they too will be protected in a crash