axonRX makes the wings flap on your servo-powered RC ornithopter.
It tells the servos how to move up and down. It
also adjusts the wing movement to provide steering.
axonRX has a built in Spektrum-compatible receiver, so all
you have to add are the battery and your two servos. This
new design eliminates a lot of wiring and weight from your
RC ornithopter! You will need a 6 or more channel Spektrum-compatible
axonRX weighs only 5 grams and has a built-in microprocessor
to generate the wing flapping motion for the RC bird. The
axonRX uses independent motion of the left and right wings
for steering and elevator control. There is no need for a
steering mechanism in the tail!
throttle control works by varying the amplitude of the wing
flapping motion. This is in contrast with conventional RC
ornithopters, where you can only control the rate of the wing
flapping. Being able to vary the flapping amplitude allows
a much smoother transition between flapping and gliding flight.
And when you cut the throttle, the wings will always stop
at a good position for gliding.
wings are used for steering.
throttle controls the flapping amplitude.
different flapping rates can be selected.
for normal and reverse rotation servos.
connector with heavy guage wire.
volt operation with soft cutoff.
new axonRX comes with 20 gauge wire, rated at 10 amps, the
same wire gauge that you will see on the high power servos
you will be using.
Hitec brushless digital servos are recommended for flight,
but any 7.4 volt servos can be used.
servo controller - 98.00