Dynam Detrum Istone Acro 6 Axis Aircraft Stabiliser

Dynam Detrum Istone Acro 6 Axis Aircraft Stabiliser

Brand: Dynam

Part Number: DTM-G001

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DYNAM DETRUM ISTONE ACRO 6-AXIS AIRCRAFT STABILIZER

ISTONE-A ACRO is a 6-axis Gyro & Stabilizer for airplane, suitable for normal wing, fly-wing, and V-tail airplanes. It is used to connect with the receiver to control the flight, supports Gyro Off, Normal, and Aerobatic modes, compatible with S.BUS and PWM receivers. You can set the programmable items via SET button and LEDs.

DETRUM IStone Acro Features:

  • 32-bit high-performance ARM MCU, 6-axis sensor chipset
  • Original attitude stabilization algorithm and control algorithm
  • Support normal wing, fly wing, and V-tail airplanes
  • Support mode switch via MODE channel, can switch between different modes
  • Three flight modes: Gyro Off Mode, Normal Mode, and Aerobatic Mode
  • Program via SET button and LEDs, adjust the gain for aileron, elevator, and rudder via three potentiometers
  • Support S.BUS and PWM receivers
  • Mini dimension, supporting different mounting directions (face up, down, left, and right)

Spec Check:

  • Main Controller: 32-bit MCU
  • Sensor: 6-axis gyro
  • Gyro Scale Range: -2000dps ~ +2000dps
  • Accelerometer Scale Range: -4g ~ +4g
  • Input Signal: PWM, S.BUS
  • Output Signal: PWM (71.4Hz)
  • Input Voltage: 4.8V ~ 7.4V
  • Operating Temp: -20? ~ 70?
  • Size: 36.5mm*29.4mm*12.4mm
  • Weight: 11g

What's Included:

  • ISTONE-A ACRO Gyro & Stabilizer ×1
  • 3-signal wire ×1
  • Anti-shock double sided tape ×2
  • Single-signal wire ×1

 

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Some Gyros are only suitable for electric powered aircraft, is this one suitable for 2 stroke powerd?
Asked by Graham Tungatt on 20th July 2017
Yes I don't see why this wouldn't work with a nitro/gas aircraft.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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