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Draco Drone FAQ

 

1. What is the KV of The Draco Motors?

We have received a few questions relating to the KV of the Motors on Draco. The Custom Designed UVify Motors which are on Draco are 2300KV.  

 

2. How can I change the settings on my Draco?

When you receive your Draco, it will be set-up in Angle mode. Angle mode is the best set-up for beginners who haven't flown before. If you are an experienced Pilot or feel you'd like to try the other flight modes avaliable, you can do so by using the UVify configurator.

You can download the UVify configurator by clicking here.

Note: You will need Google Chrome to use the UVify configurator  

 

3. Can I switch from HD to Analog?

Yes you can! Thanks to the way we have designed Draco, you will be able to switch a Draco HD to an analog system and vice versa. To do this, you will need to purchase either the Analog kit or HD Kit from the UVify Store. Some understanding of disassembly and building of racing drones will be required. Full documentation on the installation of these kits will be avaliable when they come to market. Please look for announcements regarding these kits in the near future.   

 

4. Can I upgrade to Draco HD?

Yes you can!

Thanks to the way we have designed Draco, you will be able to upgrade a Draco to a Draco HD and vice versa. To do this, you will need to purchase either the Analog kit or HD Kit from the UVify Store. Some understanding of disassembly and building of racing drones will be required. Full documentation on the installation of these kits will be avaliable when they come to market.

Please look for announcements regarding these kits in the near future.  

 

5. How many Cycles per battery?

Draco's Smart battery has been developed by UVify to achieve maximum performance and reliability in-flight. It is important that you ensure your battery is correctly looked after and maintained by carrying out regular charging and discharging of the unit.

With a well maintained Draco Battery, you should be looking at 150+ high performance cycles of the battery before performance begins to degrade gradually as with any LiPO of this nature.

If you notice any unusual behaviour from your battery or poor performance, please contact us by raising a ticket within the help center. One of our team will be on hand to assist.
 

 

6. What do I need to get Draco flying?

Draco ships with nearly everything required to get flying - it is what is known as almost ready to fly (ARTF). To begin flying, you will need to purchase a supported transmitter (See list). Once you have completed the binding process with Draco you can fly line of sight (LOS) immediately. If you wish get the full FPV experience, you will need a pair of 5.8GHz FPV goggles as well (See list) , however this is optional. Everything else is included in the box.

 

7. Does Draco come with a Transmitter?

Draco does not currently ship with a transmitter - you will need to purchase one seperately. The reason for this decision was to keep the cost down to the consumer who may already have a transmitter to hand. In the future, we will be offering bundles which will include a transmitter with Draco. At this time, we have no ETA on when this will be. In the mean time, check out our supported list of transmitters which will work with Draco.

 

8. Which Transmitters work with Draco?

This Document contains a list of Transmitters which are known to work with Draco. At present, we offer 2 variants of the Draco. A DSMX (Spektrum) Draco and a Turnigy Evolution Draco. At this time, we do not offer an FrSky Draco.

DSMX Draco Transmitter Support

-Spektrum DX6
-Spektrum DX6e
-Spektrum DX7
-Spektrum DX9 v2
-TBS Tango
-Taranis (With Orange Module Only)
Note: The DXe does not Bind with Draco. Do not purchase this transmitter with the intention of flying Draco.

Other DSMX transmitters will work, but may require advanced understanding of the transmitter and is only recommended to those that are experienced users.
 

 

9. What are the Battery Specs?

Draco and Draco HD ship with our custom-designed Smart Battery. The Specification of the battery is as follows:

-1600MaH Capacity
-75c Discharge rate
-Hot swappable functionality
-No external wires
-Overcharge protection
-Discharge protection
Draco ships with 1 battery in the box (Excluding special bundles). You can purchase additional Draco batteries from our on-line store singularly or in multipacks at a discounted price.

 

10. Which FPV goggles work with Draco HD?

Draco HD uses the Connex Prosight system. To be able to use Goggles with Draco HD, you will require a pair that support HDMI input (Any variant). Some supported goggles are listed below and we will continue to update this list as new FPV goggles are released.

Supported Goggles

-Avegant Glypths
-Fatshark Dominator HD2
-Fatshark Dominator HD3
-Headplay 7 Headset

 

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