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Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3

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What you are viewing is a Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3, with high simulated appearance, mobility and stability conspicuous, this Glider RC Airplane will surely give you more than you paid!Made of high quality material, the Glide...
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Specifications:


  • Remote Control System: EFLY-4BⅡ 2.4GHz
  • Motor: Brushless DST-1200 
  • Battery: Lithium Electricity 11.1V,1300mAh/3s
  • ESC: 20A brushless
  • Steering Gear: 9g×2, 5g×2
  • Wingspan: 1020mm/40.2in
  • Length: 690mm/27.1in
  • Thrust: 520g/18.3 oz
  • Reasoning Weight Ratio: 0.8
  • Flight Time: > 10 minutes

Features:


  • J - 3 with standard Ⅱ 2.4 GHz EFLY - 4B remote control system
  • J - 3 high simulation cabin for overall appearance, injection forming, beautiful, good strength, interior seats, instrument panel, joysticks and pilot
  • J - 3 gear are equipped with lifelike before and after the shock absorber, fine workmanship
  • J - 3 high simulation engine appearance
  • J - 3 choose EPO materials foaming body, impact resistant performance is good, is not easy to damage
  • J - 3 with lifelike air flight attitude

Details:

Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3


  • The Glider RC Airplane features unique type layout, its mobility and flexibility can get perfect unity

Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3


  • High quality material makes the Glider RC Airplane durable and reliable for long time flying

Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3


  • Lifelike flight attitude, the Glider RC Airplane will surely take much fun to you 

Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3



  • The working condition is stable, the Electronic RC Airplane get balanced well

RC Airplane Game: Limbo Flying


        Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3


  • This limbo flying game involves setting up a limo bar, under which you attempt a low-level pass. It's a fairly basic set-up, but try and use light weight plastic or bamboo canes for the frame- metal ones will do damage to an off-target airplane
  • Don't make the bar too low to begin with, and keep it as wide as possible. As you get better at flying underneath the bar, lower it but keep the width constant-unless you are felling really confident

RC Airplane Game: Spot Landing

       Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3


  • This spot landing game is a true test of skill! Using a brightly colored tape or ribbon, lay out three concentric circles within your usual landing area. Make the outer circle fairly large, say 10ft. in diameter, then lay out the other two within this one, say at 6ft. and 3ft. diameters
  • Allocate a set number of points to each circle eg 5 for landing within the 10′ one, 15 for landing within the 6′ one and 25 for landing within the 3′one. Let each pilot have one practice landing, then 3 landings counting the score from each. The score is taken from whichever circle the wheels touch down in first

RC Airplane Game: Follow the Leader

       Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3


  • This 'follow the leader' RC airplane game, also called pursuit, take at least two RC airplanes; the more the merrier, but too many gets a bit hectic
  • Tie a good length (say, 15ft.) of a crepe-paper type material to the rear end of one of the airplanes. Yep, you guessed it, this is the leader
  • Let the leader take off safely, then the other pilots have to fly their models after the lead, trying to cut the streamer with their propellers! This isn't as easy as it might sound, but if you are that good and you catch the streamer regularly, don't let it get too short. Let the leader land and replace it with another long length

 RC Airplane Game: Burst the Balloon
       
        Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3


  • This is just a variation on the above game, but balloons are tied to the leader plane instead of ribbon. As with 'follow the leader', let the lead airplane take off and have the other planes chase it around the sky, trying to burst the balloons with their props
  • So there you have for simple-but-fun RC airplane games with which to hone your skills. If you are playing these in a public area, remember where you are! Don't become so absorbed with playing the games that you forget about safety issues

Tips of the RC airplane:


  • Understanding your RC airplane controls, or indeed the controls of any RC model, is very important for you to do some homework. It can help save more money from crash and enjoy the fullest fun of your models. Always take a bit of time to understand how your new RC airplane, helicopter or vehicle is operating; you'll get much more out of the hobby than just moving the transmitter sticks and watching the model change direction

The airplane control surface:


  • For an airplane to be controllable, control surfaces are necessary. The 4 main surfaces are ailerons, elevator, rudder and flaps as shown below:

        Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3


  • When the airplane is on forward flight it will rotate around each axis (axis - the blue dashed lines in the picture above) when movement to any control surface is made by the pilot. The table below shows the appropriate actions   

 


 


Action:


Axis:


Controlled by:


Roll


Longitudinal


Ailerons


Pitch


Lateral


Elevators


Yaw


Vertical


Rudder



 


 


  • The following sections explain how each control surface affects the airplane

Ailerons:

        Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3


  • Located on the trailing edge (rear) of the wing, the ailerons control the airplane's roll about its longitudinal axis. Each aileron moves at the same time but in opposite directions For example when the left aileron moves up, the right aileron moves down and vice versa
  • This movement causes a slight decrease in lift on the wingtip with the upward moving aileron, while the opposite wingtip experiences a slight increase in lift. Because of this subtle change in lift, the airplane is forced to roll in the appropriate direction ie when the pilot moves the stick left, the left aileron will rise and the airplane will roll left in response to the change in lift on each wing
  • The ailerons are controlled by a left/right movement of the control stick, or 'yoke'

Rudder:


        Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3


  • The rudder is located on the back edge of the vertical stabilizer, or fin, and is controlled by 2 pedals at the pilot's feet. When you push the left pedal, the rudders move to the left. The air flowing over the fin now pushes harder against the left side of the rudder, forcing the nose of the airplane to yaw round to the left

Elevators:


        Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3


  • The elevators are located on the rear half of the tail plane, or horizontal stabilizer. Like the ailerons, they cause a subtle change in lift when movement is applied which raises or lowers the tail surface accordingly. In addition, air hitting deflected elevators does so in the same way as it hits the rudder with exaggerated effect that forces the airplane to tilt upwards or downwards
  • Moving the elevator up (pulling back on the yoke) will cause the airplane to pitch its nose up and climb, while moving them down (pushing forward on the yoke) will cause the airplane to pitch the nose down and dive. Elevators are linked directly to each other, so work in unison unlike ailerons

Flaps:


        Cool 400Class Simulation RC Glider RC Airplane J-3


  • Flaps are located on the trailing edge of each wing, between the fuselage and the ailerons, and extend outward and downward from the wing when put into use
  • The purpose of the flaps is to generate more lift at slower airspeed, which enables the airplane to fly at a greatly reduced speed with a lower risk of stalling. When extend further flaps also generate more drag which slows the airplane down much faster than just reducing throttle power
  • Although the risk of stalling is always present, an airplane has to be flying very slowly to stall when flaps are in use at, for example, 10 degrees deflection
  • So all these factors are why and how airplanes fly. Radio control model airplanes can of course be simpler - for example, just have rudder and elevator control or perhaps just rudder and motor control. But the same fundamental principles always apply to all airplanes, regardless of size, shape and design

Precautions for Keeping:


  • If the airplane met crash, immediately turn off the power of the RC airplane for avoid damage the motor and receiver
  • If it is your first using, please make sure the receiver can be controlled by the transmitter. If not, please rebind. Details can be found in Bind Process Description the transmitter and the receiver must be bind again. More details ,ease refer to the process of frequency bind for 2.4 GHz R/C System
  • Please do not turn on several RC devices and bind them at the same time, only turn on a set of RC device at one time
  • Do not store the radio system in the damp, dusty and vibratory place, temperature over 40℃ or under -10℃ and direct sunlight for long time
  • If there is a long time not for use, please take the battery out from the transmitter and keep it in the dry place
  • Forbid to wipe the radio system with the organic liquor such as thinner, acetone and chloroform
  • Do not throw away the using up batteries, please keep them in the metalloid container and transfer them to the environmental conservation institution
  • On purpose of environmental

Package Included:


  • 1 x RC AirplaneAirplane
  • 1 x Remote Control
  • 1 x Manual