Radio controlled helicopters «Hover Champs» - which model to choose
A radio-controlled toy is the dream of many children. Well, if this model is able to soar into the air and demonstrate a real flight, then the desire to acquire such a thing increases many times.
How to choose a radio-controlled helicopter model
Choose a toy in the store - it's very difficult, because the variety of models is huge. They differ significantly from each other in capacity, technical characteristics, functions, and cost. Therefore, before you go for a purchase, you need to get acquainted with the model, to study certain information about it. After all, after the acquisition, neither children nor parents should be disappointed in it.
Acquaintance can occur in different ways. For example, radio-controlled helicopters "Hover Champs" have gained immense popularity, because the children were very fond of the heroes of the eponymous cartoon. The series was shown on one of the television channels, thousands of small pilots admired the exploits of his heroes. And after that, radio-controlled helicopters "Hover Champs" appeared on the shelves of stores.
Number of control channels
Parents, when choosing a helicopter model, should know that it can have several control channels. This will determine the complexity of model management, its maneuverability.
Two-channel helicopters are very suitable for kids 3-4 years old, and older children they can disappoint. After all, these helicopters can only get up in the air, turn clockwise and land. Advantages: the size of the model can be large and small. Such a radio-controlled helicopter (price of 2000 rubles) is purchased most often.
Three-channel helicopters can maneuver down-up, back-forward, perform turns clockwise and in the opposite direction. They please children and even adults in that they have high maneuverability. The helicopter can fly around the whole apartment, pop under a table, fly a tree in the street, hang in the air. True, for this, it must be equipped with a gyro. It is he who helps to cope with air flows during the flight, perform tricks smoothly, without jerking. Radio-controlled helicopters «Hover Champs» have such capabilities.
The four-channel helicopter is a technically complicated version of the model. It has all the characteristics of a three-channel helicopter and, in addition, can fly left and right. Successful management of such a device is an indicator of a high level of skill of the pilot. Therefore, the model will be of interest to older children.
The system of screws in a radio-controlled helicopter can be classical and coaxial.
The coaxial system is equipped with two screws, the rotation of which is carried out in opposite directions. It is necessary to have a balancer that makes the model stable during the flight. As the first training model can be radio-controlled helicopters "Hover Champs" coaxial system.
Equipping the model with the main and tail rotor is a classic scheme. It allows the helicopter to be maneuverable. The model of the classical system of propellers was recognized by aircraft modelers. To manage such helicopters, you need a serious approach and skills.
A radio-controlled helicopter (the instruction manual of which should be well studied) is a complex technique that requires special attention and attitude towards oneself.