LDARC (KingKong) proposes its new 200GT, a medium-sized FPV drone with a super cool design. It comes in version PNP (Plug-N-Play ), which means that you will need to bring your own radio (receiver and transmitter) and flight battery.
The LDARC 200GT comes with quality components and electronics. It is compatible with DSMX, SBUS, and PPM radio receivers and the versatile Omnibus F4 flight controller is Betaflight configured, tuned, and ready for use. In front of the fuselage is located the popular RunCam Micro Swift FPV camera. The 16CH, 5.8G VTX features adjustable broadcast power (25 or 100mW).
LDARC 200GT features and specs
- Strong carbon fiber frame (200 sized);
- Omnibus F4 flight controller with BetaFlight OSD:
- XT1806-2500KV brushless motors;
- 5040 3-leaf propellers;
- 4 in 1 20A ESC (Oneshot, Multishot, DShot150/300 and DShot600);
- Q100, 16CH VTX with adjustable broadcast power (25/100 mW);
- 600TVL RunCam FPV camera with angle adjustment;
- On-board buzzer;
- Compatible with 3s and 4s LIPO batteries;
- Optional DSMX, SBUS or PPM radio receiver.
While its smaller brother, the LDARC ET125 is powered by 2S LIPO batteries, the 200GT is powered by 4S LIPOs. According to the manufacturer’s specs, with a fully charged 1550 mAh battery, you can obtain up to 18 minutes of hovering time or up to 12 minutes of FPV flight time.
LDARC 200GT package content
- 2 pieces of battery straps;
- Anti-slip band for LiPo;
- 5 pairs of propellers (CW and CCW);
- Motor protectors.
I recently purchased a LDARC 200GT and loved it from the first minute. I took it for a flight and it’s amazing. It’s light and fast. My wife says it a work of art. Even though she is not a big fan of drones because I fly them indoors sometimes. Small ones. But, after I flew 2-4 battery packs, I noticed that the motors started to make a grinding noise when I spin them with my fingers. Usually I have the same problem with motors after 200-300 flights. But this occurred after 3-4 flights. It’s disappointing. I will have to probably replace the bearings or motors pretty soon.
Could you please give me the bearing size and where I can purchase them?
Spare motors for the KingKong 200GT are available on BG and other online retailers. Note: thereare two types of motors CW and CCW!!!