Flycat 4 FPV Quadcopter Assembly Guide


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This is a great FPV quadcopter that comes with a built in GoPro camera gimbal. The Flycat 4 Quadcopter is available from Unmannedtechshop.co.uk

Parts Included

  • . The image above shows the parts included with your Flycat 4
    Quadcopter Frame

Attach the Arms

  • The first step it to attach the arms to the lower platte as shown
    above.

If you have trouble screwing in the arms, use a knife to cut away some of the plastic that could be blocking the thread.

  • Now simply attach the top plate using the screws provided.

Securing the battery tray

  • Take the aluminium spacers as shown above and attach them to the back
    of the frame as shown below.


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Adding the Vibration Dampers

  • Now you need to attach the vibration damping balls to the gimbal
    mounting plate as shown above.

  • You will need to assemble the aluminium parts of the gimbal as shown
    above. For further details on how to do this please read the
    assembly guide here
  • You will need to have the two required servos to complete the gimbal, to see which ones to buy please click here

  • Secure the roll servo in place as shown above with the long part of
    the screw facing downwards

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Attaching the gimbal to the frame

Now you will need to attach the gimbal to the Flycat 4 Quadcopter Frame

  • Attahc the gimbal to the frame by securing securing the blue
    vibration damper balls to the bottom plate of the Quadcopter frame as
    shown.
  • This might be quite tricky but start with the holes furthest at the back and work your way to the front.
  • The front holes have extra space so you can clip them in more easily
    at the end.

  • Once the gimbal it attached it should look like the image above.

  • Now you can attach the battery strap to the back of the frame as shown above.

Completed Frame

http://www.unmannedtechshop.co.uk/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/a653aa7e5b46b28d07955724936cfdbc/f/l/flycat4-quadcopter-side-uk.jpg

If you followed the instructions correctly you should have a frame that looks like the image above. If not please comment below and someone will be able to help you.

The next steps are to attack you motors/ESC, and flight controller along with your FPV gear.