Mods-Review: Eachine Wizard TS215 #FPVRacing Drone!!! (03.02.2018)

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Eachine Wizard TS215 215mm FPV Racing Drone Detailed breakdown - Banggood.com Link.I have already flown the Eachine Wizard TS215 as of this posting. The Eachine Wizard TS215 flew very well, more good for freestyling than racing in this configuration but you can make mods to the Eachine Wizard TS215 if you want to use this as an FPV racing drone. For the most part, this is a good way to start with a cheap drone, then as you get added experience, it becomes a workable upgrade /mod project that will bring you into the world of building your own drones.
As far as the onboard DVR is concerned, there really is n o working with it. it should be and can be removed. AndyRC has done a great video where he shows you how to remove it. here is a link to the spot in the video where he removes it
MODS i would Make as Follows ( just my preference):
Change Flight Controller (because of the way it is mounted not due to the Chip used.)
Remove DVR (appears it cannot be disabled prior to flight)
Add Different VTX (personal preference)
Secure ESCs with foam padding and Tape (must have)
Add vibration dampening to flight controller (must have)
The Eachine Wizard TS215 motors are very good and powerful, ESCs offer a good range of battery use.
its seems silly to have a Flight controller rated at 3s-5s when the ESC and Motors are rated at 2S-6S.Also do not take this advice/info wrong, the Eachine Wizard TS215 is good as for a casual flyer, something to have some fun with. but to stand up to the rigors of racing, i feel like some things would have to change on the Eachine Wizard TS215.
Specification
Wheelbase: 215mm
Material: 3K carbon fiber
Frame arm thickness: 4mm
Top plate thickness: 3mm
Bottom plate thickness: 3mm
Artist: hydrographics transfer printing
Version: optional BNF version and PNP version
Weight: 329g (excluding battery)
Package weight: 870g
Package size: 243mmx95mmx262mm
TS 40A BLHeli_32 Brushless ESC
BEC: no
Continuous current: 40A
Peak current (5S): 45A
Input voltage: 2-6S
Current sensor: built in
LED indicator onboard, the light colors are adjustable.
Supports Dshot1200, Dshot600, Dshot300, Dshot150.
TS2306 2450KV Brushless Motor
KV: 2450
NO.OF cell: 2-6S
Thrust: 2300g (16V 6040 2-blade prop)
Framework: 12N14P
Motor shaft: 5mm
Weight: 32.5g
Customized Omnibus F4 Flight Controller
CPU: f4STM32 F405 SCM
Barometer: BMP280
Input voltage: 3-5S
Sensor: MPU6000 SPI
With SD slot
Built in OSD
Built in 5V 3A BEC
5.8G 72CH 25mw / 200mw / 500mw / 800mw VTX
Input voltage: 7-24V
Extra features: smart audio, 0.01mW (parameter-adjusting mode)
Power supply: 5V camera @ under 0.3A max.
Output voltage: 25mW-100mA 200mW-200mA 500mW-260mA 800mW-300mA @ 12V
Range: up to 4km with omnidirectional RHCP antennas
Antenna connector: MMCX, RP-SMA
Port connector: JST, 4pin
Dimensions: 30.5x30.5mm
Weight: 8.5g (excluding antenna)
Material: 128g double copper
Adjustable 25mw / 200mw / 500mw / 800mw
Supports smart audio (remote parameter adjustment)
1200TVL CCD Camera
Lens: 2.8mm
Size: 25mm*25mm
Weight: 9.5g
System: PAL
Working voltage: DC5-12V
Working current: 70mA (low power consumption)
Storage Board 720P HD DVR
Supports 720p HD recording
Supports Max. 32G storage card
Suggest to use class10 storage card
Save format: mp4.avi file format, n/p system
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