Introducing the Flite Test ElectroHub! A DIY multirotor hub featuring power distribution!
The ElectroHub is made from strong PCB Board.
With the power distribution of the ElectroHub, Josh was able to tap in the Immersion RC 600mW transmitter into his multirotor design.
Josh took his quad to Europe and you'll be seeing more of it being used in upcoming Let's Fly's!
Peter designed a "T6-O-Copter" with his ElectroHub with a custom designed hood.
This thing looked great in the air and the 6 motors allowed him to fly with a redundant flying setup.
Because of the 'T' shape, the booms are our of the shot and made for a perfect gyro platform.
This thing is powerful! Here it is lifting a smaller quadcopter.
The Electro-Hub creates the possibility to make any kind of cool flying creations that you can imagine!
Here's a tricopter design with aluminium booms.
Here's a prototype of the Flite Test "Tuff Tilt". We're still working out the design, but this tri-copter tilt will be available soon! Stay tuned!
Chad designed the ElectroHub for his Hexicopter and we've continued testing it with all kinds of other multirotor configuration setups.
The outside of the ElectroHub features solder points for lower amperage hookups.
While the larger pads are designed to connect your ESC's and gives you your main power line.
Thanks again for all of your feedback, comments, and support!
Check out the ElectroHub and the ElectroHub KIT at these links!
ElectroHub Quadcopter Kit