Atlanta Hobby, a designer and manufacturer of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), has announced the release of its new racing quadcopter, the Katana KMR 250. The KMR 250 is built around a lightweight all-carbon 250-class airframe, and aimed at both first time racers and professionals.
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The KMR 250 system features a new power distribution board, 20 amp opto-electronic speed controls (ESCs), 2204-2300 high performance Twister brushless motors, a 700 line CCD camera, and an Acro NAZE 32 flight controller. The racer is available in an Almost-Ready-To-Fly (ARF) version and a fully assembled Bind-N-Fly (BNF) version.
Other key features include:
- Switchable front and back lights
- Built in 5V/3amp BEC
- Lost model alarm
- Battery voltage tester
- 3 or 4S battery input
- Filtered power ports for First Person View (FPV) equipment