XL-RCM 20.0: FPV/UAV/Drone Ground Station II kit
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Its 3d printed ground station kit for FPV/UAV/Drone command operation center : XL-RCM 20.0 FPV/UAV Ground Station II
Designed as a solution to upgrade my old ground station version 1 to version 2 which enable this 3D printer kit to mount various type of monitoring gadgets such as FPV DVR monitor, video receiver, 3DR radio telemetry module, bluetooth module and computerised device such as Android powered tablet onto tripod stands. These devices required as to operate my FPV/UAV/drone model via wireless from ground to air exchanging live telemetry flight data, record FPV flight and also send mission plan and flight command in real time. Having complete assembly of Ground Station II can act as hotspot to send data/info to my phone in my pocket without having to hang around close to my ground station.
For more details and instruction check it at this url:
Here's youtube video sample of purposes of using Ground Station on FPV/UAV/Drone:
Do take note i'm using Z-modeler to build this 3D parts so would look "cracky" on some 3d viewer but no problem during 3D printing.
Editable 3ds file also available at my website for those who wanted to customized/modify the kit meshes.
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