Walkera QR X350 GPS Quadcopter with Return to Home Function and DEVO 7 (Mode 2) (RTF)
The Walkera QR X350 Quad-Copter is the new "People's Multi-Rotor", regardless of experience this is the perfect fit for everyone, its feature packed with GPS and compass sensors. There are flight modes for every type of flyer, from the cinematographer capturing a sunset with the optional GoPro mount utilizing the smooth stabilized flight mode with GPS and altitude holding or a beginner that gets a little disorientated utilizing the “One Key to Home” feature. All the functions selectable from a single easy to reach switch. It is apparent that Walkera has spent a great deal on R&D to create this sensational multi-rotor. Anyone can be successful with this easy to use ready to fly Quad-Copter.
The QR X350 has an enhanced altitude sensor which adopts GPS technology allowing it to work out its exact position in reference to the world, this allows the QR X350 to hover in a stabilized position hold mode. With a simple one switch flip or loss of signal the QR X350 will fly itself back to its take of position and land! And of course there is the manual mode for the sport flyer, there is even an onboard low voltage warning system to alert you when it’s time to land.
The QR X350 comes with everything you need to get in the air from the 3 cell 2200mh LiPoly battery and balance charger, spare props and the high end fully programmable multiple model capable 7ch Devention DEVO7 transmitter! When you compare the specs to other ready to fly GoPro capable quad copters and overall value, backed with Wakera’s proven quality AND free shipping to anywhere in the world, it's easy to see that the QR X350 is the best "bang for the buck" quadcopter on the market today!
The optional GoPro camera mount and spare parts are available separately.
*Note: This is the new version with the USB port on the flight controller for future updatability, a separate Walkera USB adapter (UP02) will be required for connection to your PC.
Features: • Completely Ready to Fly • GPS Auto Pilot function • Altitude Sensor • Compass sensor • Utilizes an anti-vibration camera mount • One Key to Go Home • Stable Mode with GPS and altitude Hold • Flight time 10-15 minutes • Failsafe to return home & Landing • Low voltage protection • Devention DEVO 7ch computer radio (mode 2) • Balance charger with world compatible wall adapter • Easy to see LEDs
Specs: Main Rotor Diameter: 556mm Main Rotor Blade Length: 206mm Main Motor Size: WK-WS-28-008A Battery: 11.1V 2200mAh 25C LiPoly Length: 289mm Width: 289mm Height: 180mm Flying Weight: <1000g Approximate Flight Time: 10-15 minutes Number of Channels: 5 channel up Rotor Type: Quad-Copter Experience Level: Intermediate Completion Level: RTF Recommended Environment: Indoor & Outdoor
Includes: Walkera QR X350 Ready to Fly Quad-Copter Spare propellers DEVO Devention Transmitter (mode 2 - left stick throttle) QR X350 LiPoly battery (11.1v 2200mAh 25c) Balance Charger GA005 with world power plug adapters EU,UK,US, AUS
Required: 8 x AA batteries for transmitter
*Note: The QR X350 uses 3.5mm bullet connectors for the battery plug. A Bullet connector to XT60 adapter is available from our International Warehouse.
I just received my QRX 350 Pro PNP, Iv taken it apart to put
my RX in , Im using a FrSky V8FR-II 8 ch Receiver , I have a
Turnigy 9x with ER9X FIRMWARE and the FrSky DHT 8ch DIY
Telemetry Compatible Transmitter Module, I have bound the RX
to the TX and have the nice green light to show its bound, I
have set up my channels as follows
ch 1 is 100% AIR
ch 2 is 100% ELE
ch 3 is 100% THR
ch 4 is 100% RUD
ch 5 is -100% MAX ID0
0% MAX ID1
I plug the battery in and get 2 beeps and short pause then
another 3 beeps the motors move but then only get the left
green light flashing, Iv waited 15 mins and it has not
What have I done wrong??? Please help
Will answer my own post, you have to make sure to have the bind plug in the control board, so got that sorted thanks to another forum but now got another problem,I plug the battery in and the Left LED flash's 4-5 times then stops and the right one flash's 3 times stops then 3 again, I think i can get into calibration mode coz both the green LED's start to flash , I do the calibration and put it down, wait 30 seconds and the left LED stops and the right on carry s on flashing 3 times, I pull the battery off and reconnect it , wait till the right led is flashing,Try to do the left stick down to the left to unlock motors but nothing, all i get is the right Led flashing....
I bought this quad without BNF radio system.
I installed my system TX and RX FASST Futaba 6EX but it does not unlock the engine at all.
Is it because my radio does not have the 3 position switch? (Manual, Hold and go to home?)
I was not looking to buy another radio, since I have several receivers for my futaba.
Thanks for any help.
Your probably need to calibrate and set end points.
What I would do is pull out each servo end coming off each esc. Plug one esc into channel 3 with full throttle up, you will hear a beep when at full throttle, pull the throttle all the way down and you will hear it beep again. Do that for all 4 speed controls and plug them back into flight controller.
Much better than I expected , and the fact that before having the " QR X350 " no other product Walkera seemed good quality .
Have the " QR X350 " surprised me !
Very stable flight , sitema lock altitude and return home works fine .
The Radio DEVO 7 works fine , I have done a flight to 600 meters away and just did not go further because my FPV system ( with Fat Shark TX Imersion RC 5.8Ghz 600mw ) started to drizzle , but the control was working perfectly , contrary to what I had read in that it does not exceed 250m in fact it seems to be full range , internet can not say that yet because I have not done this test already went over 600 meters and it worked perfect what made me have confidence to buy RX loose to put in my large model airplanes .
The material quality is very good , the charger is plug and play so I'm using to charge other batteries LIPO I own.
Comes with an exit in parallel with the main battery for you to feed your FPV system so very practical .
The problems I encountered :
I opened it and found a weld that was very close , was not a short circuit , over was too close , it was easy to fix .
I made a long flight too using the altitude lock when the battery died the system came into conflict , it went down very fast, and broke the camera mount , but nothing much is so something I would know if I had read the manual. What happened was that while Speeds wanted