Beginner’s Manual for    Flying RC Helicopterhttp://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/beginner-rc-helicopters.html
http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Beginner’s Manual for Flying RCHelicopter If you love aircrafts and flying, you ca...
http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/What Are RC Helicopters? RC helicopters are small equivalents of real helicopters ...
http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/What Are RC Helicopters? RC helicopters have flybars which are a feature that enab...
http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/How Do RC Helicopters Fly? To fully understand the theory of how aircraft fly in t...
http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/How Do RC Helicopters Fly? In the rotor blade assembly another part that you shoul...
http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/How Do RC Helicopters Fly? It is essential as a beginner to know that as the rotor...
http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/How Do RC Helicopters MoveAround? The swashplate shifts the angle of the rotors to...
http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Types Of RC Helicopters The Main Kinds of RC Helicopters: Fixed Pitch and Collecti...
http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Types Of RC Helicopters Collective pitch helicopters on the other hand enables the...
http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Components Of An RC Helicopter Motor - This component turns the gears consequently...
http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Components Of An RC Helicopter Batteries - This component enables the aircraft to ...
http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Basic 4-Channel Control The radio channels of the RC helicopter pertains to a  par...
http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Basic 4-Channel Control The usual channel assignments: Channel 1: This is the ael...
http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Beginner’s Manual for Flying RCHelicopter You can elevate your RC helicopter by co...
Beginner’s Manual for    Flying RC Helicopterhttp://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/beginner-rc-helicopters.html
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  1. 1. Beginner’s Manual for Flying RC Helicopterhttp://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/beginner-rc-helicopters.html
  2. 2. http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Beginner’s Manual for Flying RCHelicopter If you love aircrafts and flying, you can now easily indulge in your pssion and make it your hobby. Today, RC (radio- controlled) helicopters are easily accessible in the market especially with the affordable prices. You can also learn the basic operations and functions of the aircraft in just a few minutes with this beginner introduction, you can learn how a RC helicopter Australia works and how you can operate it to be able to fly your own remote control helicopter.
  3. 3. http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/What Are RC Helicopters? RC helicopters are small equivalents of real helicopters and are made almost exactly the same as the real one and that is why it can fly in the air. It operates almost the same as the real helicopters the main the difference is the size. Since this aircraft is small it can operate with the use of a remote control.
  4. 4. http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/What Are RC Helicopters? RC helicopters have flybars which are a feature that enables it’s flight, it is a small horizontal bar positioned close to the central rotor blades that operates as a stabilizer during flying. The latest RC helicopter models have different electronic stabilization features that do not use flybar which makes them closer to the design of real helicopters.
  5. 5. http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/How Do RC Helicopters Fly? To fully understand the theory of how aircraft fly in the air can take you a very long time to fully grasp the concept. However, some knowledge about how it functions is helpful for instance the key source of the upward force in the aircraft is the rotor blades. When the blades turn it lifts the helicopter above the ground and in the air. This is quite similar with how beginner RC helicopters function.
  6. 6. http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/How Do RC Helicopters Fly? In the rotor blade assembly another part that you should be acquainted with is the swashplate. This comprises two round objects, the one at the top spins with the central blades and the one at the base does not move. The swashplate shifts the direction of attack of the central rotor blades and can be controlled by the pilot. This is the reason why a helicopter can be elevated in the air.
  7. 7. http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/How Do RC Helicopters Fly? It is essential as a beginner to know that as the rotors turn it creates a torque reaction, this happens as the body turns in a different direction from the rotor blades. This movement is opposed by the tail rotor blades controlling the turn of the aircraft body consequently making the helicopter steady when flying.
  8. 8. http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/How Do RC Helicopters MoveAround? The swashplate shifts the angle of the rotors to initiate the aircraft to raise its body, hence elevating itself above the ground. To enable the aircraft to move to and fro, the swashplate switches the rotors to a specific angle, consequently making a difference in the pull compelling the helicopter to move to the direction where there is lesser pull.
  9. 9. http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Types Of RC Helicopters The Main Kinds of RC Helicopters: Fixed Pitch and Collective Pitch. Fixed pitch helicopters have fixed angles on the rotors and they can’t be altered. The degree of elevation is identified by the speed of the turn of the central rotors. Fixed pitch aircrafts have a tail blade angle that is also fixed. There is also an integrated gyroscope sensor that shifts the angle of the aircraft’s nose and balances by speeding up and speeding down the motor of the tail rotor.
  10. 10. http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Types Of RC Helicopters Collective pitch helicopters on the other hand enables the pilot to do the switching of angles of every rotors to make the elevate the helicopter.
  11. 11. http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Components Of An RC Helicopter Motor - This component turns the gears consequently turning the central rotors. Electric Speed Controller (ESC) - This part is responsible for providing all the the other parts power. Servo - This part is responsible for switching the mechanical components of the aircraft. Gyro - This component can be located at the back or front of the aircraft, this senses the yaw or the side ward movement and it manipulates the tail rotor servo to balance the torque reaction.
  12. 12. http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Components Of An RC Helicopter Batteries - This component enables the aircraft to move by serving as its power source. Radio - This enables the pilot to control the aircraft by permitting signal transmission to receive commands. Receiver - This component accepts the transmitted signals from the pilots instructions with the use of the radio then it enables the helicopter to move according to the commands.
  13. 13. http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Basic 4-Channel Control The radio channels of the RC helicopter pertains to a particular operation of the aircraft. This four channels each have different operations that you can manipulate.
  14. 14. http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Basic 4-Channel Control The usual channel assignments: Channel 1: This is the aelirons which allows manipulation of the sideward movement of the aircraft. Channel 2: This is the elevator that is responsible in permitting the aircraft to move back and forth. Channel 3: This is responsible for the speed of the aircraft. Channel 4: This is the rudder or responsible for the yaw or the spin of the aircraft.
  15. 15. http://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/Beginner’s Manual for Flying RCHelicopter You can elevate your RC helicopter by combining the operation of the different controls and making your RC helicopter fly around.
  16. 16. Beginner’s Manual for Flying RC Helicopterhttp://www.rchelicoptersforsale.com.au/beginner-rc-helicopters.html
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