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My Drone Adventure offers a diverse selection of multicopters for drone usage in diverse markets. A multicopter is a mechanically uncomplicated drone whose motion is controlled by speeding or slowing more than one downward thrusting motor/propeller components. A multicopter is a rotorcraft with more than two rotors. Rotorcraft is a rotor-wing aircraft that uses lift generated by its wings, called rotary wings or rotor blades. A benefit of a multirotor drone is the simpler rotor operation required for flight control of the drone. Multirotors drones use fixed-pitched props to control the drone’s motion. Changing the relative speed of each rotor in order to change the thrust and torque produced by each individual rotor attains this. The names of these drones are tricopter, quadcopter, hexacopter and octocopter. These names are used to refer to 3, 4, 6 and 8-rotor drones. In order for the drones to get the coaxial rotors reduce more power and stability the weight. These are a pair of mounted rotors one above the other on concentric shafts, with the same axis of rotation, but turning in opposite directions, in which each prop has two motors, turning in opposite directions. The next area of discussion will be to explain the different types of multicopter drones leaving out quadcopters in the discussion. The first will be the tricopter which uses 3 motors and propeller propulsion units with servo which rotate one of the propellers to compensate for the adverse yaw. Yaw refers to the twisting or oscillation of a moving the drone around a vertical axis.  So adverse yaw is when entering a bank to turn, you apply aileron (a hinged surface in the trailing edge of a drones wing, used to control lateral balance input) this forces one aileron to go down and the other is forced up. The aileron going down creates more drag, causing the aircraft to yaw in the direction towards the down aileron. This yaw is in the opposite direction of the desired turn, hence it's called "adverse." You correct this by applying rudder in the direction you want to turn while you're applying aileron input. These drones were popular earlier when brushless motors and propeller units were scarce. The next multirotor drone that I will be discussing is the hexacopter drone. This drone has six motors and corresponding propellers. This adds to the ability of the drone and makes this the most optimal choice for anyone flying the drone with expensive cameras attached. These drones have all of the same benefits of a quadcopter with a lot more added in. My Drone Adventure wants to help you make an informed decision when look into owning a hexacopter drone. These drones have higher speeds and more power due to the two extra motors included. This drone flies higher in the air than ever before and reaches greater than normal heights with ease compared to a quadcopter drone. Another advantage is that this drone has 6 motors, which are 120 degrees apart. What makes this a safer drone than a quadcoper drone is that one motor can stop working while the rest of the motors will compensate for the motor that becomes incapacitated. What this means is that a drone pilot will be able to safely land the drone even if one motor is damaged. For anyone coming from a quadcopter, this would be very difficult to do with fewer motors. Keep in mind that you’ll be able to carry a heavier payload what this means is that you will be able to use better cameras for recording, or heavier accessories. The final multicopter drone that I will be discussing is the octocopter drone. This drone is considered to be the best of the best drones on the list. The octocopter has all of the advantages that the hexacopters have, but has more power. If you’re a professional videographer, this is most tremendous drone ever because of what the octocopter has to offer is amazing. This drone is much faster than the hexacopter and quadcopter. This drone has outstanding control that cannot be hindered by wind or rain. A safety feature of the drone is that you can lose a motor and still fly this drone the same as a hexacopter. Furthermore, you may be able to lose 2 or 3 motors without the drone crashing this depends on positioning and the overall payload. If you plan on utilizing an expensive camera on your drone then to get vivid imagery and video then you would not want any other drone beside the octocopter. This drone is made for flight, stability and control due to the engine power that is incomparable. If a multicopter is what you are searching for then My Drone Adventure is where to purchase because of the extensive knowledge of these types of drones.   

 

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My Drone Adventure offers a diverse selection of multicopters for drone usage in diverse markets. A multicopter is a mechanically uncomplicated drone whose motion is controlled by speeding or slowing more than one downward thrusting motor/propeller components. A multicopter is a rotorcraft with more than two rotors. Rotorcraft is a rotor-wing aircraft that uses lift generated by its wings, called rotary wings or rotor blades. A benefit of a multirotor drone is the simpler rotor operation required for flight control of the drone. Multirotors drones use fixed-pitched props to control the drone’s motion. Changing the relative speed of each rotor in order to change the thrust and torque produced by each individual rotor attains this. The names of these drones are tricopter, quadcopter, hexacopter and octocopter. These names are used to refer to 3, 4, 6 and 8-rotor drones. In order for the drones to get the coaxial rotors reduce more power and stability the weight. These are a pair of mounted rotors one above the other on concentric shafts, with the same axis of rotation, but turning in opposite directions, in which each prop has two motors, turning in opposite directions. The next area of discussion will be to explain the different types of multicopter drones leaving out quadcopters in the discussion. The first will be the tricopter which uses 3 motors and propeller propulsion units with servo which rotate one of the propellers to compensate for the adverse yaw. Yaw refers to the twisting or oscillation of a moving the drone around a vertical axis.  So adverse yaw is when entering a bank to turn, you apply aileron (a hinged surface in the trailing edge of a drones wing, used to control lateral balance input) this forces one aileron to go down and the other is forced up. The aileron going down creates more drag, causing the aircraft to yaw in the direction towards the down aileron. This yaw is in the opposite direction of the desired turn, hence it's called "adverse." You correct this by applying rudder in the direction you want to turn while you're applying aileron input. These drones were popular earlier when brushless motors and propeller units were scarce. The next multirotor drone that I will be discussing is the hexacopter drone. This drone has six motors and corresponding propellers. This adds to the ability of the drone and makes this the most optimal choice for anyone flying the drone with expensive cameras attached. These drones have all of the same benefits of a quadcopter with a lot more added in. My Drone Adventure wants to help you make an informed decision when look into owning a hexacopter drone. These drones have higher speeds and more power due to the two extra motors included. This drone flies higher in the air than ever before and reaches greater than normal heights with ease compared to a quadcopter drone. Another advantage is that this drone has 6 motors, which are 120 degrees apart. What makes this a safer drone than a quadcoper drone is that one motor can stop working while the rest of the motors will compensate for the motor that becomes incapacitated. What this means is that a drone pilot will be able to safely land the drone even if one motor is damaged. For anyone coming from a quadcopter, this would be very difficult to do with fewer motors. Keep in mind that you’ll be able to carry a heavier payload what this means is that you will be able to use better cameras for recording, or heavier accessories. The final multicopter drone that I will be discussing is the octocopter drone. This drone is considered to be the best of the best drones on the list. The octocopter has all of the advantages that the hexacopters have, but has more power. If you’re a professional videographer, this is most tremendous drone ever because of what the octocopter has to offer is amazing. This drone is much faster than the hexacopter and quadcopter. This drone has outstanding control that cannot be hindered by wind or rain. A safety feature of the drone is that you can lose a motor and still fly this drone the same as a hexacopter. Furthermore, you may be able to lose 2 or 3 motors without the drone crashing this depends on positioning and the overall payload. If you plan on utilizing an expensive camera on your drone then to get vivid imagery and video then you would not want any other drone beside the octocopter. This drone is made for flight, stability and control due to the engine power that is incomparable. If a multicopter is what you are searching for then My Drone Adventure is where to purchase because of the extensive knowledge of these types of drones.