S-Pro FP II 2.4Ghz Micro Heli Bind-&-Fly V2 (heli only) (USA Warehouse)
Bind-n-Fly heli only set for Solo-Pro I & II systems. This heli will bind instantly with all Solo-Pro transmitters.
No assembly required; be in the air within 10 minutes of opening the box (Required Transmitter)
4-channel control enables movement up/down, forward/backward, left/right, spin left/right.
Well-designed mechanisms and electronics makes it very stable and extremely easy to hover Both "standard" and "aggressive" flight modes can be enabled by Sensitivity selection switch on the transmitter (Not Included) Transmitter Display shows current power level, mode, sensitivity selection, trim settings, and throttle speed (Not Included) Integrated LiPo Battery Charger built in to the transmitter enables the battery to be recharged wherever you are. (Not Included)
Specifications: Main Rotor Diameter: 190mm
Tail Rotor Diameter:37mm Gross Weight: .95 oz (27g) with battery Length: 207mm Motor Size: Brushed motor
Battery: 1S 3.7V 120 mAh Li-Po (Not included)
Solo PRO II pre assembled
Nine Eagle 2.4Ghz Transmitter
1S 3.7V 120 mAh Li-Po
Note: Nine Eagle Heli transmitter is only compatible with Heli BNF veriosn.
I bought two S-Pro FP II 2.4Ghz Micro Heli Bind-&-Fly V2 (Heli only)(NE30226024025) and one S-Pro FP II 2.4Ghz Micro Heli Ready-&-Fly V2(NE30226024216) at the same time. Both S-Pro FP II 2.4Ghz Micro Heli Bind-&-Fly V2 (Heli only) will not BIND to the RTF transmitter. Anybody got something to try to get the BNF to see the RTF transmitter?
thedigitel is right. The newer helis work on the plane protocol. The manual of the J6 Pro Tx, however, states that it can bind to both. We are waiting for a confirmation from someone that it actually can, though.
The Revell Proto CX is a rebranded Solo (coaxial) indeed. And as the TX for both the FP and the small coaxials are the same, it should bind, no problem. I once had a TX locked with 3 dotted lines on the display (stick calibration mode) and before I found the fix for that, I simply used my "coaxial transmitter".
I can't get mine to bind with the Nine Eagle 2.4 ghz transmitter from my yak-54 or also from my Nine Eagle J6 pro from my Nine Eagle Solo pro 100 3D. I would love to use the J6 pro, Does anyone have better instructions on how to do this than the manual. The Manual is not quite clear. Thanks
I can't tell you the answer to your question since I don't work for HK but if you can get WL V911 or what they call the HobbyKing FP100 on here I would recommend it. I own both and in my opinion the V911 is a much better bird and it costs less.
The bird it's self is a good bird, my board went out in my other one so I got this one expecting a fully BNF experience. The box looks like it went through hell getting here, not sure who's fault that is, but the tail blade was missing from the bird, and the motor shaft looked short. I found the blade, and what do you know, the shaft is inside of the blade >.<.
Great heli, horrid packing, still waiting on them to tell me what they are going to do about it.
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This heli is an absolute joy to fly, but....there is a warning: DO NOT INSTAll BATTERIES IN REVERSE! Forcing incorrect batteries will damage the MCU/5-in-1 instantly. I used a hobby knife to, carefully, reverse the wires on the MCU's battery connector. I also use a hobby knife to remove the limiting tabs on the L/G battery connector. This allows all Twin Rail and Single Rail 2010 batteries, with the rails removed, to fly the Solo Pro. I can understand if different manufactures use different battery connector polarities; but, for the same manufacturer to do so is ridiculous! 5 Stars for an awesome heli....Minus 1 Star for the reverse polarity.