10 Best RC Heli of 2020

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RC helicopter guide

Even with a helicopter to fly or even control yourself, this desire will probably never come true for most fascinated by helicopters people. With an RC helicopter you can get at least the fun for a little money home. RC helicopters have been available since about the 1970s. The first models of the major manufacturers such as Graupner or Robbe, however, were quite expensive, equipped with a complicated technology and only with a lot of practice reasonably safe to fly. However, RC helicopters have been available for a few years now, making it possible to become a helicopter pilot even on a small budget. The offer ranges from small, powered by an electric motor RC helicopters over helicopter models with an internal combustion engine to large models, which are driven by the model of a jet engine.

The currently smallest RC helicopters are just as big as the palm of a man’s hand. The drive of the double rotor takes over an electric motor and a second electric motor drives the tail rotor. These models and even the larger helicopters of this type almost always have a double rotor. The torques of the two counter-rotating rotors lift up so that the hull of the helicopter does not rotate in a circle. The tail rotor is used in these models only to change the direction of flight. In addition, an electronic gyroscope ensures a stable attitude. These small RC helicopters are very easy to fly and are already available for little money. The size of RC helicopters with a twin rotor ranges from the really small models with a total length of less than 80 mm to RC helicopters with a rotor diameter of about 70 to 80 cm. The flight time with one battery charge is about 8 to 12 minutes, depending on the model.

The Jamara Maquette helicopter Gyro V2 is a typical RC helicopter with a twin rotor. The model has a rotor diameter of around 180 mm and comes with a modern 2.4 GHz remote Controlcontrolled.

With a more elaborate technology and like the big role models with only one, usually zweiblättrigen main rotor equipped, are RC helicopters, with which aerobatics figures can be flown. Paths of the missing second rotor see these models the models much more similar. In this class helicopter models are available, which are detailed replicas of the big role models. A tail rotor takes over the torque compensation. These RC helicopters are powered by a powerful, brushless electric motor or an internal combustion engine. In these RC helicopters, the mechanics and control of the rotor head is much more complex than in the models with two rotors. While the small RC helicopters are controlled by remote controls, which usually only have 2 or sometimes 3 channels, at least 4 channels are required to control these helicopters. This means that the controls are a bit more complicated and require some practice until you are sure to master the helicopter.

The premier class among the RC helicopters are the models with a turbine drive. These are all very large and lifelike models whose main rotor often reaches a diameter of more than 2 meters. The turbines work like the turbines of the role models and also deliver a lifelike sound. The tail rotor is connected to the turbine via a special gearbox and takes over the torque compensation in these models. The size of these RC helicopters and the multitude of possible additional functions make these models toys for professionals. The flight behavior and the flight pattern are very similar to those of the role models. At some distance these RC helicopters in the air are indistinguishable from the originals.

When choosing an RC helicopter, especially in the entry-level models with a double rotor is not much to pay attention to. The models currently available on the market all work on the same principle and are all very easy to master. The stable chassis and plastic parts survive even a crash mostly unscathed. Those who are comfortable with these helicopters can further improve their capabilities as RC helicopter pilot with the next larger models with only one rotor.

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