New! RISE™ RXS255 FPV Brushless Rx-R™

Wicked fast.

The RISE RXS255 is designed for full-throttle FPV racing out of the box. Each 4S ESC is pre-loaded with BLHeli firmware and OneShot software for “locked-in” precision and agility. An adjustable FPV camera, 5.8GHz video transmitter and cloverleaf antenna are included—just add a monitor or goggles and fly!
Specifications:
Diagonal Size: 257 mm (10.1 in) Weight: 460 g (16.2 oz) Requirements: 5-channel radio system, 4S 1300-2200mAh LiPo battery with XT60 connector, LiPo balancing charger, Video goggles or monitor (optional)
  • Fully assembled RXS255.
  • 4S ESCs with BLHeli, OneShot and active braking.
  • 1000TVL CMOS FPV camera with 0-45° mobility.
  • 200mW video transmitter* and cloverleaf antenna compatible with most 5.8GHz monitors and goggles.
  • (4) 5x4.5” bullnose props.
RISE™ RXS255 FPV Brushless Rx-R™ - engineered to be fast, agile and durable
The RXS series stands for RISE Extreme Speed. The RXS255 is engineered to be fast, agile and durable.

RISE™ RXS255 FPV Brushless Rx-R™ - FPV camera
An adjustable FPV camera, 5.8GHz video transmitter and cloverleaf antenna are included—just add a monitor or goggles and fly!
RISE™ RXS255 FPV Brushless Rx-R™ - plug and play
Each high-frequency 4S ESC installs with “plug and play” simplicity—no soldering required. OneShot technology ensures ultra-precise control and agility.
RISE™ RXS255 FPV Brushless Rx-R™ - LED light bar
The built-in LED light bar makes the RXS255 easy to see, even during intense Line-of-Sight (LOS) flight.
RISE™ RXS255 FPV Brushless Rx-R™ - wireless arms
The RXS255 features a modular design with “wireless” arms, which helps make it extra-tough and extra-light
Amateur Radio Relay Network

Note: The RXS255 requires FAA registration. Visit www.faa.gov for details.

*FPV "First Person View" transmission products with output power greater than 25mW require a HAM license to operate legally in the USA. This involves a 35-question multiple-choice test and a small fee. You can contact an amateur radio club in your area for information or assistance in obtaining a license. Also see the Amateur Radio Relay Network web page about obtaining a license. Customers outside of the USA should understand and follow all telecommunications or other regulations in your area.

FOLLOW RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION OF FPV AIRCRAFT
Always follow the AMA Safety Code when operating model aircraft. Visit the Academy of Model Aeronautics: www.modelaircraft.org and search for "FPV 550" and read "Document 550 - Utilizing First Person View Systems" to learn about the safe operation of FPV "First Person View" systems in model aircraft.
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