EMAX Babyhawk R Racing Edition FPV Quadcopter (PNP, 3")

BH #EMX2115 • MFR #EMX-2115
EMAX Babyhawk R Racing Edition FPV Quadcopter (PNP, 3")
Key Features
  • Lightweight Carbon Fiber Frame
  • Integrated 650 TVL CCD Camera
  • Pre-Tuned Camera Profiles
  • 40-Channel, 5.8 GHz, 25/250mW VTX
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Made by racers for racers, the Babyhawk R Racing Edition FPV Quadcopter from EMAX is designed to be an out-of-the-box racing drone solution. All you need to do is supply your receiver, controller, and battery of choice to get flying. For a more immersive experience, you can add (optional) FPV goggles and utilize the Babyhawk's 40-channel, 5.8 GHz, 25/200mW switchable VTX to transfer video while you race. The built-in CCD camera is designed to be adjustable and to give you quality video in a variety of track and lighting conditions. While racing, the lightweight carbon fiber frame, low-profile arms, and 6000Kv brushless motors help to keep the drone lightweight, quick, and nimble as it zips around the track.
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EMAX BabyHawk-R Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Adjustable FPV Video
  • 3Flight Performance
  • 4Additional Features

Made by racers for racers, the Babyhawk R Racing Edition FPV Quadcopter from EMAX is designed to be an out-of-the-box racing drone solution. All you need to do is supply your receiver, controller, and battery of choice to get flying. For a more immersive experience, you can add (optional) FPV goggles and utilize the Babyhawk's 40-channel, 5.8 GHz, 25/200mW switchable VTX to transfer video while you race. The built-in CCD camera is designed to be adjustable and to give you quality video in a variety of track and lighting conditions. While racing, the lightweight carbon fiber frame, low-profile arms, and 6000Kv brushless motors help to keep the drone lightweight, quick, and nimble as it zips around the track.

Adjustable FPV Video

The Babyhawk R is engineered to let you customize the camera for quality FPV footage in a variety of racing scenarios. The customizable shell canopy has adjustable camera positions to tune for track speed and size. The integrated 650 TVL micro CCD camera also comes with pre-tuned profiles to cover different lighting conditions, and is designed to reduce the "jello" effect while racing.

Flight Performance

EMAX has incorporated a variety of technologies to help give you smoother flight performance. The 3mm arms are created with a low profile to reduce drag, and the integrated FC vibration dampening system provides a smoother, "locked-in" feeling during flight. Pre-tuned Betaflight 3.2.x firmware is also included to optimize performance even further.

Additional Features

Powered by a Mini Magnum Tower system
F3 flight controller
4-in-1 12A BLHELI S electronic speed controller
Supports 3-4S cell LiPo batteries with a maximum capacity of 650mAh
3" Avan propellers
5.4" carbon fiber frame
Weights approximately 3.0 oz
Integrated OSD with low-voltage detection
Compatible with EMAX transmitter, goggles, and accessories
UPC: 723668085607

EMAX BabyHawk-R Specs

Flight Control System
ModelF3
GNSS SupportNone
Vision System
Vision SystemForward
Camera
Broadcast Resolution650 TVL
Motor
TypeBrushless
Velocity Constant6000 Kv
Propeller
ModelAvan
Size3"
General
Number of Rotors4
Weight3.0 oz / 85.05 g
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What is the difference between PNP and BNF? What do these abbreviations stand for?
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PNP stands for Plug-n-Play, which is typically a ready-to-fly (RTF) system. BNF is Bind-n-Fly, which is a drone that will require a separate remote control to connect to before use.
Answered by: Silas
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