The Eachine QX105 Bat is one of the newest “Entry level’ micro quadcopters from Eachine. On paper it looks amazing with lager 1020 motors, full integrated Flight controller and substantial batteries giving it a lot of power.
So the first thing you notice when you take the Bat out of the box is the weight. It feels solid and well made. I was immediately pleased with the purchase.
Getting the QX105 bound up with my Flysky FS-I6s transmitter was simple and I quickly got the switches set up for arming the quad, activating the buzzer and changing the flight mode.
Once it was turned on, it connected to my Eachine VR D2 Goggles straight away (well I pressed the scan button once on the goggles).
This is my first ‘proper’ quad so the process of binding and getting set up was all new to me. The hardest part was working out how to assign channels to the various switches on my transmitter (It just took a bit of poking around in the menu) The QX105 itself really was plug and play. Once it was bound all the functions worked as soon as I had assigned the channels to the switches. Arming was on a toggle switch on channel 5. The beeper was on another toggle switch on channel 7 and I assigned channel 6 which is the flight mode to a 3 position switch.
Next was the real test – does it fly. My initial test of the quad showed that one of the motor connectors had fallen out but they just plug into the flight control board and are pretty secure. So, once that was in, I armed it and took off.
My first impression is WOW, its a lot more powerful than the toy quads that I am used to. Its going to take some getting used to and it really wants to fly forwards but after switching it into level mode with the switch on my transmitter I got it to hover.
Its a lot more powerful than the toy quads that I’m used to and it maybe that I really can’t fly it indoors.
The next step for me is to did into betaflight to see what I can tweak to make it more manageable then to strap on my headset and take it for a flight outside.
Stay tuned for more updates.
Eachine QX105 Bat key features:
- Carbon fiber frame.
- Newest F3 AIO (STM32 F303 MCU/ MPU6000).
- BetaFlight firmware.
- Multiple flight modes (Airmode, Angle and Acro).
- Optional RX type (DSM2/DSMX, FlySky and FrSky).
- 1020 corals motors.
- 600TVL camera with angle adjustment.
- 5.8G wireless image transmission with OSD.
- Status LED bar.
- Onboard buzzer.
Eachine’s Bat has a lot more power than the previous QX models thanks to the larger 1020 motors and also has a full flight controller and integrated receiver. Its light weight frame frame helps improve performance (although it may make the QX105 quad a bit more fragile so just don’t crash it!)
Importantly for a micro quad, the QX105 has a buzzer built in and you can control PIDs directly with your transmitter and the OSD making it nice and easy to set up and alter.
- More powerful 1020 Black Edition Coreless motor.
- Jaw-dropping flight performance.
- Airmode/Angle/Acro mode support.
- Adjustable Angle of Camera (0°~15°).
- Built-in Betaflight OSD.
- Radio Stick to control PID Tunes.
- LED_STRIP Ready.
- Buzzer Ready.
- Telemetry RSSI Output ready.
- V-bat Detector.
What you get in the Eachine QX105 package:
- 1 x QX105 Frame kit.
- 6 x 1020 Coreless Motor.
- 1 x AIOF3_BRUSHED Flight Controller Built-in RX.
- 1 x 5.8G VTX w/Camera antenna.
- 8 x 66mm Propeller.
- 2 x 3.7V 600mah Battery.
- 1 x LED_STRIP.
- 1 x Buzzer.
- 1 x USB Charging cable.
- 1 x Paddle propeller.
Get the Eachine QX105 BAT here
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