A-BLH5950 Blade 330S Helicopter

Instruction Manual Bedienungsanleitung Manuel d’utilisation Manuale di Istruzioni

NOTICE All instructions, warranties and other collateral documents are subject to change at the sole discretion of Horizon Hobby, LLC. For up-to-date product literature, visit horizonhobby.com or towerhobbies.com and click on the support or resources tab for this product.
Meaning of Special Language The following terms are used throughout the product literature to indicate various levels of potential harm when operating this product: WARNING: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create the probability of property damage, collateral damage, and serious injury OR create a high probability of superficial injury. CAUTION: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create the probability of physical property damage AND a possibility of serious injury. NOTICE: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create a possibility of physical property damage AND a little or no possibility of injury.
WARNING: Read the ENTIRE instruction manual to become familiar with the features of the product before operating. Failure to operate the product correctly can result in damage to the product, personal property and cause serious injury. This is a sophisticated hobby product. It must be operated with caution and common sense and requires some basic mechanical ability. Failure to operate this Product in a safe and responsible manner could result in injury or damage to the product or other property. This product is not intended for use by children without direct adult supervision. Do not use with incompatible components or alter this product in any way outside of the instructions provided by Horizon Hobby, LLC. This manual contains instructions for safety, operation and maintenance. It is essential to read and follow all the instructions and warnings in the manual, prior to assembly, setup or use, in order to operate correctly and avoid damage or serious injury.
Age Recommendation: Not for children under 14 years. This is not a toy.

Safety Precautions and Warnings
· Always keep a safe distance in all directions around your model to avoid collisions or injury. This model is controlled by a radio signal subject to interference from many sources outside your control. Interference can cause momentary loss of control.
· Always operate your model in open spaces away from full-size vehicles, traffic and people.
· Always carefully follow the directions and warnings for this and any optional support equipment (chargers, rechargeable battery packs, etc.).
· Always keep all chemicals, small parts and anything electrical out of the reach of children.
· Always avoid water exposure to all equipment not specifically designed and protected for this purpose. Moisture causes damage to electronics.
· Always engage throttle hold before approaching the aircraft.
· Never place any portion of the model in your mouth as it could cause serious injury or even death.

· Never operate your model with low transmitter batteries. · Always keep aircraft in sight and under control. · Always move the throttle fully down at rotor strike. · Always use fully charged batteries. · Always keep transmitter powered on while aircraft is powered. · Always remove batteries before disassembly. · Always keep moving parts clean. · Always keep parts dry. · Always let parts cool after use before touching. · Always remove batteries after use. · Never operate aircraft with damaged wiring. · Never touch moving parts.

WARNING AGAINST COUNTERFEIT PRODUCTS: If you ever need to replace a Spektrum component found in a Horizon Hobby product, always purchase from Horizon Hobby, LLC or a Horizon Hobby authorized dealer to ensure authentic high-quality Spektrum product. Horizon Hobby, LLC disclaims all support and warranty with regards, but not limited to, compatibility and performance of counterfeit products or products claiming compatibility with DSM or Spektrum technology.

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Box Contents · Blade 330 S · 3S 11.1V 2200mAh 30C IC3 Smart Li-Po Battery (RTF Only) (SPMX22003S30) · DC Li-Po Balancing Smart Charger (RTF Only) (SPMXC1020) · Spektrum DXS Transmitter (RTF Only) (SPMR1010) · 4 AA Batteries (RTF Only)
Table of Contents
First Flight Preparation…………………………………………………………………………… 4 Flying Checklist…………………………………………………………………………………….. 4 Charging Warnings………………………………………………………………………………… 4 Battery Charging ………………………………………………………………………………….. 4 Installing the DXS Transmitter Batteries (RTF)…………………………………………….. 5 DXS Transmitter Control (RTF) …………………………………………………………………. 5 Transmitter Setup Table (BNF) …………………………………………………………………. 6 LED Indicator on Flight Controller …………………………………………………………….. 6 SMART Throttle (BNF Only)……………………………………………………………………… 6 Installing the Flight Battery……………………………………………………………………… 7 Transmitter and Receiver Binding…………………………………………………………….. 7 SAFE Technology…………………………………………………………………………………… 8 Flight Mode and Rate Selection……………………………………………………………….. 8 Panic Recovery …………………………………………………………………………………….. 8 Throttle Hold ………………………………………………………………………………………… 8 Control Tests ………………………………………………………………………………………… 9 Low Voltage Cutoff (LVC) ………………………………………………………………………. 10 Electronic Speed Controller Governor Operation ………………………………………. 10

Understanding the Primary Flight Controls……………………………………………….. 10 Pre-Flight Checklist …………………………………………………………………………….. 11 Flying the Blade 330 S Helicopter…………………………………………………………… 11 Gyro Gain Adjustment…………………………………………………………………………… 11 Tail Belt Tension …………………………………………………………………………………. 11 Post-Flight Inspections and Maintenance ………………………………………………… 12 Advanced Tuning (Forward Programming) ……………………………………………….. 12 Advanced Tuning (Non-Forward Programming)…………………………………………. 13 Troubleshooting Guide………………………………………………………………………….. 14 Limited Warranty…………………………………………………………………………………. 15 Warranty and Service Contact Information……………………………………………….. 16 FCC Information ………………………………………………………………………………….. 16 IC Information …………………………………………………………………………………….. 16 Compliance Information for the European Union……………………………………….. 16 Exploded View……………………………………………………………………………….. 62­63 Parts List………………………………………………………………………………………. 64­65 Optional Parts ……………………………………………………………………………….. 66­67

Length Height Main Rotor Diameter

27.7 in (655mm) 8.8 in (223mm) 28.5 in (721mm)

Specifications Tail Rotor Diameter Flying Weight

6 in (152mm) 30.4 oz (773 g)

Components

Airframe

Blade® 330 S

Charger

S120 USB-C Smart Charger (RTF Only) (SPMXC1020)

Motor

440X Brushless Outrunner, 4200Kv (EFLH1360HA)

Transmitter

Spektrum DXS Transmitter (RTF Only) (SPMR1010)

Receiver Flight Controller ESC Battery

Serial Telemetry Receiver (SPM4651T) Helicopter Flybarless Flight Control (SPMFC6250HX) Smart 30-Amp (SPMXAE1030) 3S 11.1V 2200mAh Smart 30C Li-Po IC3® (SPMX22003S30)

Swash Servos Tail Servo

Spektrum H3055 Mid-Torq Ultra-Speed Micro Heli Cyclic Servo
Spektrum H3065 Mid-Torq Ultra-Speed Micro Heli Tail Servo

If you own this product, you may be required to register with the FAA. For up-to-date information on how to register with the FAA, please visit

https://registermyuas.faa.gov/. For additional assistance on regulations and guidance on UAS usage, visit knowbeforeyoufly.org/.

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First Flight Preparation

Flying Checklist

· Remove and inspect contents · Begin charging the flight battery · Install the flight battery in the helicopter (once it has been fully charged) · Program your computer transmitter · Bind your transmitter (BNF only) · Familiarize yourself with the controls · Find a suitable area for flying
Charging Warnings

Always turn the transmitter on first Plug the flight battery into the lead from the ESC Allow the ESC to initialize and arm properly Fly the model Land the model Unplug the flight battery from the ESC Always turn the transmitter off last

The Battery Charger (SPMXC1020) included with your helicopter has been designed to safely charge the Li-Po battery.
NOTICE: All instructions and warnings must be followed exactly. Mishandling of Li-Po batteries can result in a fire, personal injury and/or property damage.
· NEVER LEAVE CHARGING BATTERIES UNATTENDED. · NEVER CHARGE BATTERIES OVERNIGHT. · By handling, charging or using the included Li-Po battery, you assume all risks
associated with lithium batteries. · If at any time the battery begins to balloon or swell, discontinue use immediately. If
charging or discharging, discontinue and disconnect. Continuing to use, charge or discharge a battery that is ballooning or swelling can result in fire. · Always store the battery at room temperature in a dry area for best results. · Always transport or temporarily store the battery in a temperature range of 40­ 120º F (5­49° C). Do not store battery or model in a car or direct sunlight. If stored in a hot car, the battery can be damaged or even catch fire. · Always charge batteries away from flammable materials.

· Always inspect the battery before charging. · Always disconnect the battery after charging, and let the charger cool between
charges. · Always constantly monitor the temperature of the battery pack while charging. · ONLY USE A CHARGER SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO CHARGE LI-PO BATTERIES.
Failure to charge the battery with a compatible charger may cause a fire resulting in personal injury and/or property damage. · Never discharge Li-Po cells to below 3V under load. · Never cover warning labels with hook and loop strips. · Never leave charging batteries unattended. · Never charge batteries outside recommended levels. · Never charge damaged batteries. · Never attempt to dismantle or alter the charger. · Never allow minors to charge battery packs. · Never charge batteries in extremely hot or cold places (recommended between 40­120° F or 5­49° C) or place in direct sunlight.

Battery Charging

The recommended battery for the Blade® 330 S, included with the RTF version, is an 11.1V, 3200mAh 3S 30C Smart Technology LiPo battery with an IC3® connector (SPMX32003S30). If using a different battery, the battery should be of similar capacity, dimensions and weight to fit in the fuselage. The aircraft electronic speed control is equipped with an IC3 device connector. Ensure the battery chosen is compatible. Always ensure the model balances at the recommended center of gravity (CG) with the chosen battery. Follow your chosen battery and battery charger instructions to charge the flight battery.
RTF Smart Technology Battery and S120 Charger, Specifications and Operation The Spektrum S120 SMART Technology battery charger included with the RTF version of the aircraft is compatible only with Spektrum SMART 2-3 cell LiPo batteries or 6-7 cell NiMH batteries. It is not compaptible with any other battery chemistries or non-SMART batteries. A USB power supply is required for use. A USB-C QC type power supply is recommended for the fastest charge times.

S120 Specifications

Input USB Type C, power supply not included

Input Voltage 5V-12V

Charge Power 18W max (dependant on power supply)

Compatible USB Power Adaptor

5V/1A, 5V/2A, USB Quick Charge (QC) 2.0/3.0

Battery Connector IC3® and balance connector

Battery Types LiPo, NiMH (Spektrum SMART Batteries only)

Cell Count 2-3 cell LiPo, 6-7 cell NiMH

Max Output Voltage 13.05V

Max Output Current Up to 2A

USB-C port

LED Indicator

Balance Port IC3 Charge Port

To charge the included flight battery: 1. Using the supplied Type-C USB cable, connect the S120 charger to a USB
power supply (not included).

2. Insert the Spektrum SMART Battery IC3 connector (A) into the charger IC3 port, and insert the battery balance lead (B) into the charger balance port. Both the IC3 and balance connectors must be connected for the charging process to begin. The battery may be disconnected from the charger at any time to stop the charging process.

B A

IMPORTANT: SMART NiMH batteries do not have a balance connector. 3. Disconnect the IC3 and balance connectors when the charge and balance
cycles are complete, as indicated by the LED. 4. The LED indicator will glow solid red to indicate a charging error. Follow the
operation steps to ensure proper connection is used to charge the battery.

Refer to the LED indicator table for charger status.

IMPORTANT: Connecting a non-SMART battery will cause a charge error and the S120 will not recognize or charge the battery.

Power On
LiPo: Purple LED NiMH: Yellow LED

LED Indicator

USB 5V: White LED USB Quick Charge 2.0/3.0: Blue LED

Battery Capacity

Less Than 25%

Single Flash

25% ­ 75%

Double Flash

76% ­ 99%

Triple Flash

Charge Complete Error

Green LED (Solid) Red LED (Solid)

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Installing the DXS Transmitter Batteries (RTF)
The LED indicator flashes and the transmitter beeps progressively faster as the battery voltage drops. Replace the transmitter batteries when the transmitter begins to beep.
CAUTION: NEVER remove the transmitter batteries while the model is powered on. Loss of model control, damage or injury may occur. CAUTION: If using rechargeable batteries, charge only rechargeable batteries. Charging non-rechargeable batteries may cause the batteries to burst, resulting in injury to persons and/or damage to property. CAUTION: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced with an incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries according to national regulations.

DXS Transmitter Control (RTF)

Mode 1 Mode 2

A
Aileron (Left/Right) Throttle (Up/Down)
Aileron (Left/Right) Elevator (Up/Down)

B Throttle Trim Elevator Trim

C

D

E

Aileron Trim ON/OFF Switch Rudder Trim

Aileron Trim ON/OFF Switch Rudder Trim

F Elevator Trim Throttle Trim

G
Rudder (Left/Right) Elevator (Up/Down)
Rudder (Left/Right) Throttle (Up/Down)

Bind/Panic Switch
Flight Mode Switch 0 = Stability Mode (NORM) 1 = Intermediate Mode (FM1) 2 = Agility Mode (FM2) LED Indicator
Flight Battery level Indicator G
F
E

Throttle Hold Dual Rate Switch
A B C D

Battery Voltage Level The included DXS transmitter includes a new flight battery voltage level indicator feature. LED SMART Battery voltage indication is based on current voltage and will change with throttle/power usage. When throttle is increased, voltage drops, causing the bars to indicate lower power (e.g., fewer LEDs solid or flashing.) When the throttle is lowered to idle/off, the bars recover (e.g., more LEDs solid or flashing). LED bars will rise and lower depending on throttle/power usage. The SMART Battery low voltage alarm sounds when the ESCs are close to reaching low voltage cutoff. The alarm will sound for 25 seconds. If the throttle is lowered to allow voltage recovery, the alarm will stop early. Land the aircraft when the alarm sounds. After landing, reset the SMART Battery low voltage warning by either (1) powering cycling the DXS transmitter, or (2) disconnecting the battery from the aircraft for more than 15 seconds or until the LED voltage indication bars go out. Connect a fully charged battery to the aircraft, which will ensure the SMART Battery low voltage warning resets prior to the next flight.

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Transmitter Setup Table (BNF)

DX6e, DX6, DX7, DX8, DX9, DX18, DXs0, iX12, iX20, NX6, NX8, NX10

SYSTEM SETUP

FUNCTION LIST

Model Type Swash Type

HELI Normal

F-Mode Setup

Switch 1

Switch B

Switch 2 Hold Switch

Inhibit

Switch H

0

1

Channel Assign Channel Input Config 1 Throttle 2 Aileron 3 Elevator 4 Rudder 5 Gear 6 Collective 7 AUX 2

F-Mode

Frame Rate 11ms DSMX
Panic Mode Operation Bind / I Button Pressed = Panic Mode On Released = Panic Mode Off

Servo Setup Chan THR AIL ELE RUD GER

Travel 100/100 100/100 100/100 100/100 100/100

Reverse Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal

D/R & Expo

Chan Sw (F) Pos

D/R

Expo

0

100/100

+25

AILE

1

100/100

+25

2

75/75

+25

0

100/100

+25

ELEV

1

100/100

+25

2

75/75

+25

0

100/100

+25

RUDD

1

100/100

+25

2

75/75

+25

Gyro Inhibit

Timer Mode Time Start Over One Time

Count Down 5:00v
Throttle Out 25% Inhibit

Chan PIT AX2 AX3 AX4

Travel 100/100 100/100 100/100 100/100

Reverse Normal Normal Normal Normal

Throttle Curve

Sw (B) Pos Pt 1 Pt 2

N

0

65

1

80 80

2

100 100

Pitch Curve

Sw (B) Pos Pt 1 Pt 2

N

30 40

1

0

25

2

0

25

HOLD

25 37

Mixing

P-Mix 1

Channels Rate Offset Switch Position

Pt 3 Pt 4 Pt 5 65 65 65 80 80 80 100 100 100
Pt 3 Pt 4 Pt 5 50 75 100 50 75 100 50 75 100 50 75 100

Normal

-I- > Ger

0/ ­125

100

Switch I

0

1

LED Indicator on Flight Controller

LED Indicator on FC Slow Green Flash Slow Red Flash Slow Blue Flash
Yellow Flash (during calibration) Red Flash (during calibration)

Indicator Description Ready to Fly Failsafe Active
Forward Programming Mode Calibration proceeding normally Calibration Error, FC not level or is being moved during calibration

SMART Throttle (BNF Only)

The new line of Spektrum ESCs feature a telemetry function called SMART Throttle. SMART Throttle technology combines the throttle signal with telemetry data from the ESC on one normal three wire servo connector.
SMART Throttle ESCs can send current, voltage, ESC temp, and mAh consumed. They can also pass along battery data from compatible Spektrum SMART batteries. SMART Throttle telemetry data shows up on your transmitter like any other telemetry sensor.
For SMART Throttle to function you must have a SMART Throttle ESC paired with a SMART Throttle telemetry receiver, and a Spektrum DSMX transmitter with telemetry. Only certain Spektrum products include SMART technology compatibility, check your receiver and ESC manual for more information. An update for your transmitter may be required for SMART features. (See www.spektrumrc.com to register and update your transmitter.)
To activate SMART Telemetry: 1. Keep the vehicle powered on after binding the transmitter to the receiver. 2. Scroll to the Telemetry screen. 3. Scroll to Settings. 4. Select Auto Config.

To activate Speed infomation using SMART Telemetry: 5. After doing the initial SMART telemetry configuration,
keep the vehicle powered on. 6. Scroll to the Telemetry screen. 7. Scroll to SMART ESC and double select. 8. Scroll down to NEXT. 9. Enter the values for the magnetic pole count of the motor and the gear ratio
(motor and gear ratio information can be found in the manual for your vehicle).
When the radio is on and connected to a receiver sending SMART Data, the SMART Logo will appear under the battery logo on the home page and a signal bar will appear in the top left corner of the screen. Scrolling down, past the servo monitor, the SMART screens will appear. Select either ESC, battery, or both for display to suit your preference.

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Installing the Flight Battery

1. Lower the throttle. 2. Power on the transmitter. 3. Center all trims. 4. To allow the ESC to arm and to keep rotors from initiating at startup, turn on
throttle hold and normal flight mode before connecting the flight battery. 5. Attach hook material to the helicopter frame and loop material to the battery. 6. Install the flight battery on the helicopter frame. Secure the flight battery with a
hook and loop strap. Connect the battery cable to the ESC.
CAUTION: Make sure the flight battery, wire and connector does not come into contact with the motor. Failure to do so will cause the motor, ESC and battery to overheat, resulting in a crash causing property damage and injury.

7. The swashplate will center, indicating that the unit is ready. The flight controller status LED will display a slow green flash once initialization has been completed.
8. The helicopter motor will emit a series of tones, indicating the ESC is armed.
CAUTION: Always disconnect the Li-Po battery from the ESC power lead when not flying to avoid over-discharging the battery. Batteries discharged below the lowest approved voltage may become damaged, resulting in loss of performance and potential fire when batteries are charged.

Transmitter and Receiver Binding
Binding is the process of programming the receiver to recognize the GUID (Globally Unique Identifier) code of a single specific transmitter. You need to `bind’ ® your chosen SpektrumTM DSM2®/DSMX® technology equipped aircraft transmitter to the receiver for proper operation.
Binding Procedure 1. Program your transmitter using the Transmitter Setup found in this manual. 2. Connect the flight battery to the ESC. 3. Press the bind button on the remote receiver to initiate binding. The orange LED on the receiver will begin flashing rapidly to indicate bind mode. 4. Move the throttle stick to the low throttle position in normal mode. 5. Follow the procedures of your specific transmitter to enter bind mode. The system will connect within a few seconds. Once connected, the orange LED on the
receiver will come on solid orange. 6. Disconnect the flight battery.
If you encounter problems, obey binding instructions and refer to transmitter troubleshooting guide for other instructions. If needed, contact the appropriate Horizon Product Support office.

RTF Your RTF transmitter comes prebound to the model. If you need to re-bind, follow the directions below.
1. Lower the throttle stick to the lowest position. Set all trims to the center position. 2. Power off the transmitter. 3. Connect the flight battery to the ESC, and press the bind button on the remote receiver. 4. Press and hold the Bind Switch while powering on the transmitter. 5. The transmitter will beep and the LED will blink. Release the Bind Switch. 6. The helicopter is bound when the LED on the receiver control unit is solid and the transmitter emits 3 rapid, high-pitch tones.
If the transmitter emits 2 low-pitch tones, the binding procedure was not successful and should be attempted again. 7. Disconnect the flight battery and power the transmitter off.
If you encounter problems, obey binding instructions and refer to the troubleshooting guide for other instructions. If needed, contact the appropriate Horizon Product Support office.

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Technology
Revolutionary SAFE® (Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope) technology uses an innovative combination of multi-axis sensors and software that allows model aircraft to know its position relative to the horizon. This spatial awareness is utilized to create a controlled flight envelope the aircraft can use to maintain a safe region of bank and pitch angles so you can fly more safely. Far beyond stability, this level of protection offers multiple modes so the pilot can choose to develop his or her skills with a greater degree of security and flight control that always feels crisp and responsive.
Flight Mode and Rate Selection
In Stability Mode the bank angle is limited. When the cyclic stick is released the model will return to level. In Intermediate Mode the bank angle is not limited. When the cyclic stick is released the model will not return to level. This mode is great for learning forward flight and basic aerobatics such as stall turns and loops.
Panic Recovery
If you get into distress while flying in any mode, activate the panic function and move the control sticks to their neutral position. SAFE technology will immediately return the aircraft to an upright level attitude, if the aircraft is at a sufficient height with no obstacles in its path. Return the collective stick to 50% and deactivate the Panic Recovery Function to return to the current flight mode.

SAFE technology delivers: · Flight envelope protection you can enable at the flip of a switch. · Multiple modes let you adapt SAFE technology to your skill level instantly. Best of all, sophisticated SAFE technology doesn’t require any work to enjoy. Every aircraft with SAFE installed is ready to use and optimized to offer the best possible flight experience. FlySAFERC.com
In Agility Mode the bank angle is not limited. When the cyclic stick is released the model will not return to level. This mode is great for 3D aerobatics such as stationary flips and tic tocs. Change rates in any mode by moving the two-position dual rate switch. · Low rate reduces the control rates, providing an easier to fly model.
Beginners should use low rate for initial flights. · High rate provides full control and should be used by intermediate
and experience pilots.
NOTICE: Before deactivating Panic Recovery , make sure the collective stick has been returned to the 50% position. Once the Panic Recovery has been deactivated, full negative collective becomes available, which could cause the 330 S Smart to descend rapidly. · This mode is intended to provide the pilot with the confidence to continue to improve their flight skills. · Move the collective stick to 50% and return all other transmitter controls to neutral for the quickest recovery. · Once the model has reached a level upright attitude, the negative collective is reduced to prevent the user from pushing the model into the ground.

Throttle Hold
Throttle hold only turns off the motor on an electric helicopter. You maintain pitch and direction control. The blades will spin if throttle hold is OFF. For safety, turn throttle hold ON any time you need to touch the helicopter or check the direction controls.

Throttle hold is also used to turn off the motor if the helicopter is out of control, in danger of crashing, or both.

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Control Tests

CAUTION: You must complete the Tail Rotor and Cyclic tests prior to every flight. Failure to complete the tests and ensuring the sensor corrects in the proper direction can cause the helicopter to crash, resulting in property damage and injury.

Tail Rotor 1. Power on the transmitter. 2. Turn TH HOLD ON and put transmitter in normal mode. 3. Connect the flight battery to the ESC. 4. Once initialization is complete the LED on the FC6250HX will begin flashing
green.

5. Move the rudder stick to the right. The pitch slider on the tail shaft should move toward the tail case. If the pitch slider moves in the opposite direction, ensure the rudder channel reverse setting within the transmitter is set to normal.
6. Release the rudder control. Manually turn the helicopter nose to the left. The flight controller should compensate by moving the tail slider towards the tail case.

Cyclic
It is normal for the swashplate to slowly move back to its original position after a stick input and for the servos to not move at the same speed as your control sticks.

· Tilt the helicopter forward. The swashplate must tilt backward. · Tilt the helicopter backward. The swashplate must tilt forward. · Roll the helicopter left. The swashplate must roll right. · Roll the helicopter right. The swashplate must roll left.

Cyclic and Collective Control Test Ensure the throttle hold is ON when performing the direction control tests. Test the controls prior to each flight to ensure the servos, linkages and parts

Elevator

Left Side View

operate correctly. If the controls do not react as shown in the illustrations below, confirm the transmitter is programmed correctly before continuing on to the Motor Test.
Left Side View

Aileron

Rear View

Rear View

Collective Pitch

Rear View
Climb
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Rear View
Descend
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Motor Test Place the helicopter outdoors on a clean, flat and level surface (concrete or asphalt) free of obstructions. Always stay clear of moving rotor blades. 1. The motor will emit a series of tones when the helicopter’s ESC arms properly.
Before continuing, confirm TH HOLD is ON.
WARNING: The motor will spin when throttle is increased while TH HOLD is OFF.
2. Check the swashplate directions to ensure they are moving in the correct direction. Please refer to the diagrams above for reference.

WARNING: Stay at least 30 feet (10 meters) away from the helicopter when the motor is running. Do not attempt to fly the helicopter at this time. 3. Ensure the throttle is lowered completely. Confirm the transmitter is still set to normal flight mode. Turn throttle hold off at this time. Slowly increase the throttle until the blades begin to spin. The main blades spin clockwise when viewing the helicopter from the top. The tail rotor blades spin counterclockwise when viewing the helicopter from the right-hand side.

Low Voltage Cutoff (LVC)

The ESC will continuously lower power to the motor until complete shutdown when the battery reaches 12V under load. This helps prevent over-discharge of the Li-Po battery. Land immediately when the ESC activates LVC. Continuing to fly after LVC can damage the battery, cause a crash or both. Crash damage and batteries damaged due to over-discharge are not covered under warranty.

Repeatedly flying the helicopter until LVC activates will damage the helicopter battery. Disconnect and remove the Li-Po battery from the aircraft after use to prevent trickle discharge. During storage, make sure the battery charge does not fall below 3V per cell.

Electronic Speed Controller Governor Operation
The Blade 330 S Electronic Speed Controller (ESC) utilizes a head speed governor to maintain a constant head speed during flight. The governor will work to maintain a constant head speed throughout maneuvers and the discharge cycle of the flight battery. The throttle position determines the requested head speed, and although throttle curves are still used, they will be a constant value; all positions of the curve are set to the same value. The lowest position of the normal flight mode throttle curve must be set to 0 to ensure the motor can be disabled.

The default throttle curve settings listed in the transmitter setup tables should be acceptable to most pilots and we recommend starting with these values. If you feel an adjustment is necessary after a few flights, adjust the throttle percentage for the desired flight mode. We recommend making small changes of 5% to find your preferred head speed. Remember the throttle position on the transmitter is simply requesting a specific head speed and this is not related to the actual motor power percentage.

Understanding the Primary Flight Controls

If you are not familiar with the controls of your 330 S, take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with them before attempting your first flight.

Collective

Left Side View

Left Side View

Descend

Throttle up Rudder

Climb

Top View

Throttle down

Top View

Rudder left Elevator

Nose Yaws Left Left Side View

Rudder right

Nose Yaws Right Left Side View

Elevator forward Aileron

Forward Rear View

Elevator back

Backward RearView

Left Aileron left

Right Aileron right

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Pre-Flight Checklist
Check all screws and ensure that they are tight Check belt tension and ensure that it is not too tight or too loose Check main and tail blades to ensure they are not damaged Check all links and make sure they move freely but do not pop off easily Check that flight battery and transmitter battery are fully charged Check all wires to ensure that they are not cut, pinched, or chaffed
and are properly secured Check all wire connections

Check gears and make sure no teeth are missing Do a complete control test Verify the receiver sensor is correcting in the proper directions Check that servos are functioning properly Check to make sure the flight battery is properly secured Check to make sure receiver is properly secured

Flying the Blade 330 S Helicopter
Consult local laws and ordinances before choosing a location to fly your aircraft. Select a large, open area away from people and objects. Your first flights should be outdoors in low-wind conditions. Always stay at least 30 feet (10 meters) away from the helicopter when it is flying. The Blade 330 S is intended to be flown outdoors by experienced pilots.
Takeoff Deliberately increase throttle and establish a hover at least 24″ (0.6 meter) high, outside of ground effect.
CAUTION: Making large inputs to the roll or pitch controls while the helicopter is on the ground may result in a crash.
Flying The helicopter lifts off the ground when the rotor head reaches a suitable speed. Establish a low-level hover to verify proper operation of your helicopter. First flights should be performed in normal mode and low cyclic and rudder dual rates until you are familiar with the flying manner of the helicopter.

CAUTION: Always fly the helicopter with your back to the sun and the wind to prevent loss of flight control.
Landing Establish a low level hover. Deliberately lower the throttle until the helicopter lands.
When the helicopter is in stunt mode: · The rotor head speed is constant. · The main rotor will increase negative pitch as the throttle/collective stick is
moved from the middle stick position to the low stick position. Negative pitch allows the helicopter to fly upside down and perform aerobatics. Change between stunt and idle up modes in a hover with the throttle near the hovering stick position.
WARNING: Do not use wooden main blades with the Blade 330 S or injury and/or property damage could occur. Only use Blade 330 S replacement carbon fiber main blades.

Gyro Gain Adjustment
If the tail wags or oscillates, lower the gain on the gyro. · On your transmitter’s gyro menu, decrease the gyro gain values a small amount
at a time until the helicopter is stable within a particular flight mode.

If the tail is drifting while hovering, increase the gain on the gyro.
· On your transmitter, increase the gyro gain values a small amount at a time until the tail starts to wag/oscillate. Afterwards, reduce the gain until the tail stops wagging/oscillating within a particular flight mode.

Tail Belt Tension
Belt tension that is too tight results in loss of power and causes the belt to wear more quickly. Tension that is too loose can cause belt damage and loss of tail rotor control in flight.
To check for proper belt tension: 1. View the tail rotor drive belt through the opening at the back of the main frame. 2. Use a hex wrench or standard screwdriver to compress the belt through the
opening. 3. Apply light pressure on the belt, compressing the belt toward the left side of
the tail boom. 4. The belt tension is correct if the compressed side of the belt reaches approxi-
mately halfway to the opposite side of the belt. · If the compressed side of the belt reaches farther than halfway to the other side
of the belt, the tension is too loose. · If the compressed side of the belt does not reach halfway to the other side of
the belt, the tension is too tight.
To adjust belt tension: 1. Loosen the two horizontal stabilizer screws. 2. Loosen the 4 screws at the back of the main frame. 3. Slide the boom forward or aft to adjust the belt tension. 4. When the belt tension is properly adjusted, tighten the 4 screws at the back
of the frame. 5. Tighten the horizontal stabilizer screws.

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Post-Flight Inspections and Maintenance

Ball Links Cleaning Bearings Wiring Fasteners
Rotors
Flight Controller

Make sure the plastic ball link holds the control ball, but is not tight (binding) on the ball. When a link is too loose on the ball, it can separate from the ball during flight and cause a crash. Replace worn ball links before they fail. Make sure the battery is not connected before cleaning. Remove dust and debris with a soft brush or a dry lint free cloth. Replace bearings when they become damaged. Make sure wiring does not block moving parts. Replace damaged wiring and loose connectors. Make sure there are no loose screws, other fasteners or connectors. Do not over tighten metal screws in plastic parts. Tighten screw so parts are mated together, then turn screw only 1/8th of a turn more. Make sure there is no damage to rotor blades and other parts which move at high speed. Damage to these parts includes cracks, burrs, chips or scratches. Replace damaged parts before flying. Make sure the receiver is securely attached to the frame. Replace the double-sided tape when necessary. The helicopter will crash if the receiver separates from the helicopter frame.

Advanced Tuning (Forward Programming)

Applies to forward programming capable Spektrum Transmitters including DX6G2, DX7G2, DX8G2, DX9, iX12, DX18, DX20

The Blade 330 S default settings are appropriate for most users. We recommend It is important to use the included servos with the BNF flight controller because

flying with the default parameters before making any adjustments.

the adjustable parameters available for the SPMFC6250HX are designed around

The Blade 330 S BNF flight controller may be programmed from any compatible Spektrum transmitter (visit SpektrumRC.com for more information).

the recommended servos. It is possible there may not be enough range for the helicopter to be tuned when using alternative servos.

The flight controller shipped with BNF models has a range of adjustable parameters suitable for the Blade 330 S Helicopter and is not intended for use in other aircraft.

Entering the Advanced Parameters Menu With the helicopter bound to the transmitter and powered on, enter the Function List and select Forward Programming. The list of adjustable parameters and the range of values available for tuning have been tailored for this helicopter. Make small changes to one parameter at a time and test fly the changes before changing the parameter further or changing a different parameter.

Calibration Procedure If the helicopter is experiencing drift issues, perform the following calibration. The calibration procedure may also be needed following crash repairs.

1. Ensure the surface used for calibration is level.

6. Enter the Function List on your transmitter.

2. Power on the transmitter and activate throttle hold.

7. Select Forward Programming.

3. Connect the flight batter to the ESC and allowing the model to initialize.

8. Select System Setup.

4. Turn Throttle Hold ON.

9. Select Calibration.

5. Using a bubble level as shown below, level the helicopter by placing a shim under the landing skid.

10. Select Apply and the calibration will begin. The LED will flash yellow indicating the calibration is proceeding normally. If the LED changes to red this indicates the model is not near level or the model was moved, in this case the calibration starts over.

Bubble level

11. After the calibration is successfully completed, the receiver LED will will change to a slow green flash which indicates the calibration has completed.
12. Proceed to the pre-flight check list procedure before flying your model.

Shim

Factory Reset If the process of tuning the Blade 330 S helicopter results in undesirable flight performance, you can reset the settings back to factory defaults by selecting the Factory Reset option in Forward Programming.

1. Enter the Function List 2. Select Forward Programming 3. Select System Setup 4. Select Factory Reset

5. Select Apply 6. Perform the Setup->Swashplate->Sub Trim function and ensure the servos are
properly trimmed. 7. Proceed with the pre-flight check list procedure before flying the model.

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Advanced Tuning (Non-Forward Programming)
Applies to Spektrum transmitters not capable of forward programing including DX6i, DX6e, DX7s DX8, and DX8e Your Blade 330 S was setup at the factory and test flown. The servo adjustment steps are usually only necessary in special circumstances, such as after a crash or if a servo or linkage is replaced. For pilots flying with a transmitter not capable of forward programming use the following procedures to make servo adjustments and perform the calibration procedure. The advanced tuning options must be entered within 30 seconds after initialization completes. In addition the combination of dual rates and travel adjustments must result in a throw greater than 65% in order to enter the tuning modes. Entering Servo Adjustment Mode 1. Lower the throttle stick to the lowest position. 2. Power ON the transmitter and activate throttle hold. 3. Install the flight battery on the helicopter frame,
securing it with the hook and loop strap. 4. Connect the battery connector to the ESC. 5. After initialization is complete (indicated by a slow green flash), hold the left
stick to the bottom left corner and the right stick to the bottom right corner as shown. 6. Servo Adjustment Mode is indicated by the swashplate servos jumping and then slowly moving back to center. 7. Release the sticks and proceed to the next step. Adjusting the Servo Neutral Position
With the model in Servo Adjustment Mode, the control stick and gyro inputs are disabled and the servos are held in the neutral position. Check the position of the servo arms to verify they are perpendicular to the servos. · If the arms are perpendicular to the servos, no adjustment is necessary.
Exit Servo Adjustment Mode. · If one or more servo arm is not perpendicular to the servos, continue the servo
adjustment process.

While watching the swashplate servos, apply fore or aft cyclic and release. One of the servos will jump, indicating the selected servo. Apply fore or aft cyclic and release until the servo that needs to be adjusted is selected. Once the servo you wish to adjust is selected, move the cyclic stick left or right to adjust the servo neutral position in the desired direction. To reset the current servo to the default neutral position, hold the rudder stick full right for two seconds. The range of adjustment is limited. If you are unable to adjust the servo arm to be perpendicular to the servo, you must reset the servo to the default neutral position, remove the servo arm and place it back onto the servo as close to perpendicular as possible. You may then adjust the servo neutral position using left or right cyclic stick.
Swashplate Leveling Before saving your adjustments and exiting servo adjustment mode, verify the swashplate is level and both main rotor blades are at 0 degrees pitch. If they are not, make linkage adjustments as necessary.
Saving the Servo Adjustments 1. Lower the throttle stick to the lowest position and release the sticks.
2. Move the tail rotor stick to the left and hold for four seconds to exit Servo Adjustment Mode. The servos will jump indicating a return to normal operation.
3. Release the tail rotor stick.
4. Perform the pre-flight checklist procedure before flying your model.

Control Input in Servo Adjustment Mode Fore/Aft Cyclic Right/Left Cyclic
Right Tailrotor
Left Tailrotor and Low Throttle

Action in Servo Adjustment Mode
Select Previous or Next Servo Increase or Decrease Sub Trim Adjustment
Hold For Two Seconds; Neutral Position is Reset on Selected Servo
Hold for Four Seconds; Exit Servo Adjustment Mode

Calibration Procedure If the helicopter is experiencing drift issues after completing the trim flight procedure, perform the following calibration. The calibration procedure may also be needed following crash repairs. To perform the calibration procedure: 1. Ensure the surface used for calibration is level. 2. Power on the transmitter and helicopter, allowing them to initialize. 3. Turn Throttle Hold ON. 4. Ensure the main motor is disconnected. 5. Using a bubble level as shown below, level the helicopter by placing a shim under
the tail fin.
Bubble level
Shim

7. The LED on the Flight Controller will flash yellow while caibrating Do not move the helicopter until the calibration is completed. If the LED displays a red LED an error has occurred. Begin the calibration procedure again, starting with step 1.

LED Indicator on FC Slow Green Flash Slow Red Flash Slow Blue Flash
Yellow Flash (during calibration)
Red Flash (during calibration)

Indicator Description Ready to Fly Failsafe Active
Forward Programming Mode Calibration proceeding normally Calibration Error, FC not level or is being
moved during calibration

8. After the calibration is successfully completed, the receiver LED will blink green.

6. Hold the left stick to the bottom right corner, and the right stick to the upper left corner.

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Troubleshooting Guide

Problem

Possible Cause Low flight battery or transmitter battery voltage

Solution Fully charge or replace the flight battery and/or transmitter batteries

Helicopter will not bind to the transmitter (during binding)

receiver is not in bind mode

Make sure the bind plug is connected to the receiver BND/DAT port

Transmitter is not in bind mode

Power on the transmitter while holding the Trainer/Bind switch. Hold the Trainer/ Bind switch until binding is complete

Transmitter too close to the helicopter during binding process

Power off the transmitter. Move the transmitter further away from the helicopter. Disconnect and reconnect the flight battery to the helicopter and follow binding instructions

Helicopter is bound to a different model memory Disconnect the flight battery. Select the correct model memory on the transmitter

Helicopter will not link to the transmitter (ModelMatchTM radios only)

Reconnect the flight battery

(after binding)

Flight battery/Transmitter battery charge is too low Replace or recharge batteries

The helicopter was moved during initialization Lay the helicopter on its side during initialization if windy

SPM4649T will not initialize

The transmitter is powered off

Power on the transmitter

Controls are not centered

Center elevator, aileron and rudder controls. Make sure the throttle is at idle

Throttle not at idle and/or throttle trim is too high Lower the throttle stick and lower the throttle trim

The transmitter is not in normal mode or throttle hold is on

Helicopter will not respond to the throttle but responds to other controls

The motor is not connected to the ESC or the motor wires are damaged

Make sure the transmitter is in normal mode and throttle hold is off Connect the motor wires to the ESC and check motor wires for damage

Flight battery charge is too low

Replace or recharge flight battery

Throttle channel is reversed

Reverse the throttle channel on the transmitter

Flight battery has low voltage

Fully charge the flight battery

Flight battery is old or damaged

Replace the flight battery

Helicopter power is lacking

Flight battery cells are unbalanced

Fully charge the flight battery, allowing the charger time to balance the cells

Excessive current is being drawn through the BEC Check all servos and the helicopter motor for damage

Tail drive belt tension is not correct

See “Checking Tail Drive Belt Tension” in this manual

Main rotor head is not spinning in the correct direction

Make sure the main rotor head is spinning clockwise. Refer to the motor control test

Helicopter will not lift off

Transmitter settings are not correct Flight battery has low voltage

Check throttle and pitch curve settings and pitch control direction Fully charge the flight battery

Main rotor blades are installed backwards

Install the main rotor blades with the thicker side as the leading edge

The helicopter tail spins out of control The helicopter wobbles in flight

Rudder control and/or sensor direction reversed
Tail servo is damaged Inadequate control arm throw Tail belt is too loose Cyclic gain is too high
Headspeed is too low
Dampers are worn

Make sure the rudder control and the rudder sensor are operating in the correct direction Check the rudder servo for damage and replace if necessary Check the rudder control arm for adequate travel and adjust if necessary Make sure the tail drive belt tension is adjusted correctly Please review the Advanced Settings – Gain Adjustments section Increase the helicopter’s head speed via your transmitter settings and/or using a freshly charged flight pack Replace the main rotor head dampers

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Warranty and Service Contact Information

Country of Purchase

Horizon Hobby

Contact Information

United States of America

Horizon Service Center (Repairs and Repair Requests) Horizon Product Support (Product Technical Assistance)
Sales

servicecenter.horizonhobby.com/RequestForm/ [email protected] 877-504-0233 [email protected] 800-338-4639

European Union

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[email protected] +49 (0) 4121 2655 100

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Address 2904 Reasearch Rd Champaign, Illinois, 61822 USA
Hanskampring 9 D 22885 Barsbüttel, Germany

FCC and Canada Compliance Information

Contains FCC ID: BRWKATY1T FCC ID: BRWQSTLMRX2 This equipment complies with FCC and IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator and/or antenna and your body (excluding fingers, hands, wrists, ankles and feet). This transmitter must not be colocated or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can

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· Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. · Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. · Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected. · Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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undesired operation of the device.

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EU Compliance Statement: Blade 330 S RTF (BLH59000) Hereby, Horizon Hobby, LLC declares that the device is in compliance with the following: EU Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU; RoHS 2 Directive 2011/65/EU; EU EMC Directive 2014/30/EU; RoHS 3 Directive – Amending 2011/65/EU Annex II 2015/863. Blade 330 S BNF Basic (BLH59550) Hereby, Horizon Hobby, LLC declares that the device is in compliance with the following: EU Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/ EU; RoHS 2 Directive 2011/65/EU; RoHS 3 Directive – Amending 2011/65/EU Annex II 2015/863. The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address: https://www.horizonhobby.com/content/support-render-compliance. NOTE: This product contains batteries that are covered under the 2006/66/EC European Directive, which cannot be disposed of with normal household waste. Please follow local regulations.
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Parts List / Ersatzteile / Pièces de Rechange / Pezzi di Ricambio

#

Part #

1 BLH1901

2 BLH1902

3 SPMSP1040

4 SPMSP1041

5 SPMSH3050

6 SPMSH3060 7 SPMSP2052 8 BLH4301 9 BLH4303

10 BLH4315

11 BLH4317 12 BLH4321 13 BLH4322 14 BLH4331 15 BLH4338 16 BLH4347 17 BLH4006 18 EFLH1115

19 BLH1603

20 BLH1605

21 BLH1607

22 BLH1608

23 BLH1612 24 BLH1613 25 BLH1616

26 BLH1620

27 BLH1632

28 BLH1633

29 BLH1634

30 BLH1635

31 BLH1636

32 BLH1637 33 BLH4005 34 BLH1640

35 BLH1641

36 BLH1642

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Helical Main Gear B450/300X/CFX

Blade 450/300x/300CFX: Hauptzahnrad schrägverz.

Helical Pinion 10T B450/300X/CFX

Blade 450/300x/300CFX: Ritzel 10 Z schrägverz.

Gears, Metal Cyclic 12 g Servo

Spektrum Ersatzgetriebe Taumelscheibenservo dig. 12g MG

B450/300X/300CFX – Couronne princi- Ingran. principale elicoidale

pale hélicoïdale

B450/300X/CFX

B450/300X/300CFX – Pignon hélicoïdal 10T

Pignone elicoidale 10T B450/300X/CFX

Servo digital 12g cyclique – Pignons métal de remplacement

Ingranaggi in metallo per servo ciclico 12g

Gears, Metal Tail 12 g Servo Cyclic Servo 12 g Metal Gear

Spektrum Ersatzgetriebe Heckrotorservo dig. 9g MG
Spektrum Taumelscheibenservo dig. 12g MG

Servo digital 12g anti-couple – Pignons métal de remplacement
Servo digital 12g de cyclique, pignons métal

Ingranaggi in metallo per servo coda 12g Servo ciclico 12g con ingran. metallo

Tail Servo 12 g Metal Gear
Servo Case 12 g Metal Gear Flybarless Linkage Set: B450 X

Spektrum Heckrotorservo dig. 12g MG

Servo digital 12g anti-couple, pignons métal

Spektrum Servogehäuse Set 12g MG Servo digital 12g – Boitier de servo

Flybarless-Anlenkgestänge-Set: B450 X Set de tringleries Flybarless : B450 X

Servo coda 12g con ingran. metallo
Scatola per servo 12g Set giunti senza flybar: B450 X

Main Rotor Blade Grip FBL Control FBL Hauptrotorblatthalterung-Steuer-

Balls (2): B450 X

ungskugelköpfe (2) B450 X

CF FBL Main Blade Set 325mm CF FBL Hauptblatt-Set 325 mm, mit

with washers: B450 X

Unterlagsscheibe B450 X

Rotules de commande de pieds de pales Sfere di controllo FBL stringi pale del

principales FBL (2) : B450 X

rotore principale (2): B450 X

Set de pales principales 325 mm CF FBL Set pale principali CF FBL 325 mm con

avec rondelles : B450 X

rondelle: B450 X

Flybarless Main Rotor Grip Set: B450 X
Flybarless Spindle Set (2): B450 X
Aluminum Flybarless Head Block Set: B450 X

Flybarless-Hauptrotor-Halterungs-Set: B450 X
Flybarless-Spindel-Set (2): B450 X
Aluminium-Flybarless-RotorkopfblockSet: B450 X

Set de pieds de rotor principal Flybarless Set stringi pale del rotore principale

: B450 X

senza flybar: B450 X

Set d’axes Flybarless (2) : B450 X

Set perno senza flybar (2): B450 X

Set de moyeu de tête Flybarless en aluminium : B450 X

Set blocco testa senza flybar in alluminio: B450 X

Flybarless Follower Arms: B450 X Flybarless-Tastarme: B450 X

Bras suiveurs Flybarless : B450 X

Bracci inseguitore senza flybar: B450 X

Linkage Rod/Pushrod Set: B450 X

Anlenkgestänge-/Schubstangen-Set: B450 X

Set de tringleries de traction/pression : B450 X

Set asta/asta di spinta del giunto: B450 X

Flybarless Main Shaft (2): B450 X Flybarless-Hauptwelle (2): B450 X Axe principal Flybarless (2) : B450 X Albero principale senza flybar(2): B450 X

BLADE Fiberglass canopy: 330S BLADE Glasfaser-Kabinendach: 330S Verrière en fibre de verre BLADE : 330S Tettuccio di vetroresina per BLADE: 330S

Bearing 3x6x2.5mm (2): B450 Lager 3 x 6 x 2,5 mm (2): B450 3D/X, Roulement 3x6x2.5mm (2) : B450 3D/X, Cuscinetto 3x6x2,5 mm (2): B450 3D/X,

3D/X, B400

B400

B400

B400

One-Way Bearing Hub with OneWay Bearing: B450 3D/X
4x8x3 bearing Main Grip and Tail shaft (4): B450 3D/X
1.5x4x2 Bearings Washout Links (4): B450 3D/X

Lagernabe für Einweglager mit Einweglager: B450 3D/X
4 x 8 x 3 Lager Haupthalterung und Heckwelle (4): B450 3D/X
1,5 x 4 x 2 Lager Washout-Gestänge (4): B450 3D/X

Moyeu de roue libre/roue libre : B450 3D/X
Roulement 4x8x3 de pieds de pales et d’axe anticouple (4) : B450 3D/X
Roulements épaulés 1.5x4x2 (4): B450 3D/X

Mozzo con cuscinetto unidirezionale: B450 3D/X
Cuscinetto albero principale e albero di coda 4x8x3 (4): B450 3D/X
1,5x4x2 cuscinetti collegamenti washout (4): B450 3D/X

Dampeners 80 Deg (4): B450 3D/X
Tail Grip Thrust Bearings: B450 3D/X

Dämpfer 80 Grad (4): B450 3D/X

Amortisseurs 80 deg (4) : B450 3D/X

Heckhalterung-Gegenlager: B450 3D/X

Butées à billes de pied de pale d’anticouple : B450 3D/X

Smorzatori 80 gradi (4): B450 3D/X
Cuscinetti di spinta stringi pale di coda: B450 3D/X

3x7x3 Bearing (2): B450 3D/X 3 x 7 x 3 Lager (2): B450 3D/X

Main Rotor Blade Mounting Screw Set Hauptrotorblatt-Befestigungss-

and Nut Set (2): B450 3D/X

chrauben und Nuten (2): B450 3D/X

Main Grip Thrust Bearing (2): B450 Haupthalterung-Gegenlager (2): B450

3D/X, B400

3D/X, B400

Roulement 3x7x3 (2) : B450 3D/X
Set de vis et d’écrou pour pales principales (2) : B450 3D/X
Butées à billes de pieds de pales principales (2) : B450 3D/X, B400

3x7x3 cuscinetto (2): B450 3D/X
Set vite di fissaggio e dado della pala del rotore principale (2): B450 3D/X
Cuscinetto di spinta stringi pala principale (2): B450 3D/X, B400

Washout Control Arm Link Set: Washout-Steuerarmgestänge-Set:

B450 3D/X

B450 3D/X

Set de tringleries de Washout : B450 3D/X

Aluminum and Composite Swash- Aluminium- und Verbundstoff-Taumels- Plateau cyclique en aluminium et com-

plate: B450 3D/X, B400

cheibe: B450 3D/X, B400

posite : B450 3D/X, B400

Set collegamento braccio di controllo washout: B450 3D/X
Piatto ciclico in alluminio e in composito: B450 3D/X, B400

Anti-Rotation Bracket Guide: B450 Anti-Rotations-Bügel/-Führung: B450

3D/X, B400

3D/X, B400

Control/ Linkage Ball, Long (4): Steuerkugelkopf/Kugelkopf Anlenk-

B450 3D/X, B400

gestänge, lang (4): B450 3D/X, B400

Control- Linkage Ball, Short (10): Steuerkugelkopf/Kugelkopf-Anlenk-

B450 3D/X, B400

gestänge, kurz (10): B450 3D/X, B400

Guide de plateau cyclique : B450 3D/X, Staffa guida anti-rotazione: B450 3D/X,

B400

B400

Tringleries de commandes, longues (4) : Comando/ sfera del giunto, lungo (4):

B450 3D/X, B400

B450 3D/X, B400

Tringleries de commandes, courtes (10) : Comando/ sfera del giunto, corto (10):

B450 3D/X, B400

B450 3D/X, B400

Ball Link Set (20): B450 3D/X, B400
Main Frame Set: 330X

Kugelkopfpfannen-Set (20): B450 3D/X, B400

Set de rotules (20) : B450 3D/X, B400

Set collegamento sfera (20): B450 3D/X, B400

Hauptrahmen-Set: 330X

Châssis : 330X

Set telaio principale: 330X

Elevator Control Lever Set: B450 Höhenruder-Steuerhebel-Set: B450

3D/X, B400

3D/X, B400

5 x 8 x 2.5 Bearing Elevator Con- 5 x 8 x 2,5 Lager Höhenruder-Steuertrol lever (2): B450 3D/X, B400 hebel (2): B450 3D/X, B400

5 x 10 x 4 Bearings Main Shaft (2): 5 x 10 x 4 Lager Hauptwelle (2): B450

B450 3D/X, B400

3D/X, B400

Set de leviers de commande de profond- Set leva comando elevatore: B450 3D/X,

eur B450 3D/X, B400

B400

Roulements 5x8x2,5 de levier de commande de profondeur (2) : B450 3D/X, B400

5 x 8 x 2,5 cuscinetto leva comando elevatore (2): B450 3D/X, B400

Roulements 5x10x4 d’axe principal (2) : 5 x 10 x 4 cuscinetti albero principale (2):

B450 3D/X, B400

B450 3D/X, B400

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37 BLH1643

Aluminum Motor Mount Set: B450 Aluminium-Motorbefestigungs-Set: Set de fixations moteur en aluminium : Set montante del motore in allumino:

3D/X, B400

B450 3D/X, B400

B450 3D/X, B400

B450 3D/X, B400

38 BLH1644

Hook & Loop Battery Strap: B450 3D/X, B400 (not shown)

Akku-Klettverschlussband B450 3D/X, B400 (nicht gezeigt)

Sangles crochet et boucle pour ruban adhésif d’accu : B450 3D/X, B400 (non représenté)

Bandella e gancio della batteria: B450 3D/X, B400 (non mostrato)

39 BLH1645

Landing Gear Set: B450 3D/X Fahrwerk-Set: B450 3D/X

Set de train d’atterrissage : B450 3D/X Set del carrello di atterraggio: B450 3D/X

40 BLH1649

One-Way Bearing Shaft and Shim Set Einweglagerwelle und Unterlagss- Axe de roue libre et set de rondelles : Set albero ingranaggio di autorotazione e

Set: B450 3D/X, B400

cheiben: B450 3D/X, B400

B450 3D/X, B400

spessore: B450 3D/X, B400

41 BLH1652

One-Way Bearing 6 x 10 x 12: B450 3D/X, B400

Einweglager 6 x 10 x 12: B450 3D/X, B400

Roue libre 6x10x12 : B450 3D/X, B400

Cuscinetto unidirezionale 6 x 10 x 12: B450 3D/X, B400

42 BLH1653

Main Tail Drive Gear (2): B450 3D/X

Heckhauptgetriebe (2): B450 3D/X

Couronne d’anticouple (2) : B450 3D/X

Ingranaggio di trasmissione di coda principale (2): B450 3D/X

43 BLH1654

Tail Drive Shaft Lower Bearing Block Mount: B450 3D/X

Befestigung Heckantriebswelle unterer Support de roulement inférieur : B450

Lagerblock: B450 3D/X

3D/X

Montante blocco cuscinetto inferiore dell’albero di tramissione di coda: B450 3D/X

44 BLH1655

Tail Drive Gear Pulley Assembly: Heckgetriebe-Riemenscheiben-Anord- Arbre d’anticouple pignon/poulie : B450 Gruppo puleggia ingranaggio di trasmis-

B450 3D/X, B400

nung: B450 3D/X, B400

3D/X, B400

sione di coda: B450 3D/X, B400

45 BLH1656

Tail Drive Belt: B450 3D/X, B400

Antriebsriemen Heck: B450 3D/X, B400

Courroie d’anticouple : B450 3D/X, B400

Cinghia di trasmissione di coda: B450 3D/X, B400

46 BLH1657

Tail Booms (2): B450 3D/X

Heckausleger (2): B450 3D/X

Poutre de queue (2) : B450 3D/X

Aste di coda(2): B450 3D/X

47 BLH1658

Tail Servo Boom Mount (2): B450 Servobefestigung Heckausleger (2): Fixation de servo d’anticouple (2) : B450 Montante asta servo di coda (2): B450

3D/X

B450 3D/X

3D/X

3D/X

48 BLH1659

Tail Linkage Pushrod set (2): B450 Anlenkgestänge-/Schubstangen-Set für Tringlerie de commande d’anticouple (2) Set asta di spinta giunti di coda (2): B450

3D/X

Heck (2): B450 3D/X

: B450 3D/X

3D/X

49 BLH1660

Tail Pushrod Support Guide Set: Heck-Schubstangen-Stützführung-Set: Set de guide de commande d’anticouple Set guida di sostegno asta di spinta di

B450 3D/X

B450 3D/X

: B450 3D/X

coda: B450 3D/X

50 BLH1661

Tail Boom Brace Support Set (2): Heckauslegerhalterungs/Stützset (2): Set de renforts et supports de tube de Set sostegno braccio asta di coda (2):

B450 3D/X

B450 3D/X

queue (2) : B450 3D/X

B450 3D/X

51 BLH1662

Horizontal Stabilizer Fin Mount: Befestigung horizontale Stabilisierungs- Fixation de dérive et stabilisateur : B450 Montaggio deriva di stabilizzazione oriz-

B450 3D/X

flosse: B450 3D/X

3D/X

zontale: B450 3D/X

52 BLH1663

Tail Case Set: B450 3D/X

Heckabdeckungs-Set: B450 3D/X Set de boîtier d’anticouple B450 3D/X Set case coda: B450 3D/X

53 BLH1665

Tail Rotor Shaft and Drive Pulley Welle und Antriebsscheibe Heckrotor Axe et poulie de rotor d’anticouple (2) : Albero rotore di coda e puleggia di

(2): B450 3D/X

(2): B450 3D/X

B450 3D/X

trasmissione (2): B450 3D/X

54 BLH1666

2x5x2.5 Bearing: B450, B400 2 x 5 x 2,5 Lager: B450, B400

Roulement 2x5x2.5 : B450, B400

2x5x2,5 cuscinetto: B450, B400

55 BLH1667

Tail Rotor Pitch Lever Set: B450 3D/X

Heckrotor-Pitchhebel-Set: B450 3D/X

Set de levier de pas d’anticouple : B450 Set leva pitch del rotore di coda: B450

3D/X

3D/X

56 BLH1668

Tail Rotor Pitch Control Slider Set: B450 3D/X

Heckrotor-Pitchschieberegler-Set: B450 3D/X

Set de slider d’anticouple : B450 3D/X

Set cursore comando passo rotore di coda: B450 3D/X

57 BLH1669

Tail Rotor Hub Set: B450 3D/X Heckrotornaben-Set: B450 3D/X

Moyeu d’anticouple : B450 3D/X

Set mozzo rotore di coda: B450 3D/X

58 BLH1670

Tail Rotor Blade Grip Holder Set: Heckrotorblatthalterungs-Set: B450 Set de pieds de pales d’anticouple :

B450 3D/X

3D/X

B450 3D/X

Set sostegno stringi pala rotore di coda: B450 3D/X

59 BLH1671

Tail Rotor Blade Set: B450 3D/X Heckrotorblatt-Set: B450 3D/X

Set de pales d’anticouple : B450 3D/X Set pale del rotore di coda: B450 3D/X

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Stabilizer Fin Set White: B450 3D/X

Stabilisierungsflossen-Set, weiß: B450 3D/X

Set Dérive/stabilisateur, blanc : B450 3D/X

Set deriva di stabilizzazione bianca: B450 3D/X

61 BLH1673

Complete Hardware Set: B450 3D/X

Komplettes Hardware-Set: B450 3D/X Set de visserie : B450 3D/X

Set completo hardware: B450 3D/X

62 BLH1674

Mounting Accesssories, Screwdriver & Wrench: B450 3D/X, B400 (not shown)

Befestigungszubehör, Schraubenzieher & Schraubenschlüssel: B450 3D/X, B400 (nicht gezeigt)

Set d’outils tournevis et clés : B450 3D/X, B400 (non représenté)

Accesssori montaggio, cacciavite e chiave: B450 3D/X, B400 (non mostrato)

63 BLH1676

Servo Arm Set: B450 3D/X, B400 Servoarm-Set: B450 3D/X, B400

Set de bras de servos : B450 3D/X, B400

Set braccio del servo: B450 3D/X, B400

64 BLH1679

Canopy Mounts (2): B450 3D/X

Canopy-Befestigungselemente (2): B450 3D/X

Fixations de bulle (2) : B450 3D/X

Staffe di montaggio calottina (2): B450 3D/X

65 SPMFC6250HX

Helicopter Flybarless Flight Control

Hubschrauber-Flugsteuerung ohne Paddelstange

Commande de vol de l’hélicoptère sans barre stabilisatrice

Controller di volo per elicotteri Flybarless

66 SPMXAE1030

Avian 30 Amp Brushless Smart ESC

Avian Bürstenloser 30-A-Smart-ESC

Variateur ESC Avian sans balais 30 A Smart

Smart ESC Avian 30 A Brushless

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SPMX22003S30

11.1V 2200mAh 3S 30C Smart LiPo Battery, IC3

11,1 V 2200 mAh 3S 30C Smart LiPo-Akku, IC3

Batterie LiPo Smart 11,1 V 2200 mAh Batteria LiPo Smart 30C 11,1 V 2200

3S 30C, IC3

mAh, IC3

68 BLH1001

Mini Helicopter Main Blade Holder Mini-Helikopter-Hauptblatt-Halterung Support de pales principales Hélico (non Supporto pala principale Mini elicottero

(not shown)

(nicht gezeigt)

représenté)

(non mostrato)

69 SPMXC1020

Spektrum S120 USB-C Smart Charger 1x20W

Spektrum S120 USB-C Smart-Lade- Chargeur Smart Spektrum S120

gerät, 1 x 20 W

USB-C, 1 x 20 W

Caricabatterie Spektrum USB S120 USB-C SMART 1x20W

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EFLM 1360HA

Brushless 440 Helicopter Motor, Brushless 440 Helikoptermotor, 4200 Moteur d’hélicoptère Brushless 440, Motore brushless elicottero 440, 4200

4200Kv

KV

4200Kv

KV

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Optional Parts / Optionale Bauteile / Pièces Optionnelles / Pezzi Opzionali

Part # BLH1903 BLH1904 BLH1905 BLH1906 BLH1907 BLH4302 BLH4317A BLH4331A BLH1633A BLH1634A BLH1645B
BLH1654A
BLH1655A
BLH1657C BLH1658A BLH1661A BLH1662A BLH1663A
BLH1665A
BLH1667A BLH1668A BLH1670A BLH1671B BLH1671C BLH1672B BLH1672C BLH1676A BLH1679A BLH1690A

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Helical Pinion 11T B450/300X/CFX

Blade 450/300x/300CFX: Ritzel 11 Z schrägverz.

B450/300X/300CFX – Pignon hélicoïdal 11T

Pignone elicoidale 11T B450/300X/CFX

Helical Pinion 12T B450/300X/CFX

Blade 450/300x/300CFX: Ritzel 12 Z schrägverz.

B450/300X/300CFX – Pignon hélicoïdal 12T

Pignone elicoidale 12T B450/300X/CFX

Helical Pinion 13T B450/300X/CFX

Blade 450/300x/300CFX: Ritzel 13 Z schrägverz.

B450/300X/300CFX – Pignon hélicoïdal 131T

Pignone elicoidale 13T B450/300X/CFX

Helical Pinion 14T B450/300X/CFX

Blade 450/300x/300CFX: Ritzel 14 Z schrägverz.

B450/300X/300CFX – Pignon hélicoïdal 14T

Pignone elicoidale 14T B450/300X/CFX

Helical Pinion 15T B450/300X/CFX

Blade 450/300x/300CFX: Ritzel 15 Z schrägverz.

B450/300X/300CFX – Pignon hélicoïdal 15T

Pignone elicoidale 15T B450/300X/CFX

Flybarless Setup Tool: B450 X

Flybarless-Setupwerkzeug. B450 X

Outil de réglage Flybarless : B450 X

Attrezzo setup senza flybar: B450 X

Aluminum Flybarless Main Rotor Grip Set: Aluminium-Flybarless-

B450 X

Hauptrotorhalterungs-Set: B450 X

Set de pieds de rotor principal Flybarless en aluminium : B450 X

Set stringi pale del rotore principale senza flybar in alluminio: B450 X

Aluminum Flybarless Follower Arms: B450 X

Aluminium-Flybarless-Tastarme: B450 X

Bras suiveurs Flybarless en aluminium : B450 X

Bracci inseguitore senza flybar: B450 X

Aluminum Swashplate: B450 3D/X, B400

Aluminium-Taumelscheibe: B450 3D/X, B400

Plateau cyclique en aluminium : B450 3D/X, B400

Piatto ciclico in alluminio: B450 3D/X, B400

Aluminum Anti-Rotation Bracket/Guide: Aluminium-Anti-Rotations-Bügel/-Füh- Guide de plateau cyclique en aluminium :

B450 3D/X, B400

rung: B450 3D/X, B400

B450 3D/X, B400

Staffa/guida anti-rotazione in alluminio: B450 3D/X, B400

Landing Gear Set, Black: B450 3D/X Fahrwerk-Set, schwarz: B450 3D/X

Jeu de train d’atterrissage, Noir : B450 3D/X

Set del carrello di atterraggio, nero: B450 3D/X

Alum Tail Drive Shaft Lower BearBlck: Aluminiumbefestigung Heckantriebswelle Palier inférieur d’arbre d’anticouple

B450 3D/X, B400

unterer Lagerblock: B450 3D/X, B400 en aluminium, Noir : B450 3D/X, B400

Blocco cuscinetto inferiore albero trasmissione di coda in alluminio: B450 3D/X, B400

Aluminum Tail Drive Gear Pulley Assy: B450 3D/X, B400

Aluminium-HeckgetriebeRiemenscheiben-Anordnung: B450 3D/X, B400

Arbre pignon/poulie transmission d’anticouple aluminium B450 3D/X, B400

Asse puleggia ingranaggio di trasmissione di coda in alluminio: B450 3D/X, B400

Carbon Fiber Tail Boom: B450 3D/X Karbonfaser-Heckausleger: B450 3D/X Poutre en carbone : B450 3D/X

Asta di coda in fibra di carbonio: B450 3D/X

Aluminum Tail Servo Boom Mount: B450 Aluminium-Servobefestigung

3D/X, B400

Heckausleger: B450 3D/X, B400

Support de servo d’anticouple en aluminium Montante asta del servo di coda in

B450 3D/X, B400

alluminio: B450 3D/X, B400

Tail Boom Brace/Support Set/Aluminum Heckauslegerhalterung/Stützset/

E: B450 3D/X

Aluminium E: B450 3D/X

Set de renforts et support de poutre en aluminium E : B450 3D/X

Sostegno asta della coda/set supporto/alluminio E: B450 3D/X

Aluminum Horizontal Stab Fin Mount: Aluminium-Befestigung horizontale

B450 3D/X

Stabilisierungsflosse: B450 3D/X

Support de dérive et stabilisateur en aluminium : B450 3D/X

Montante deriva stabilizzazione orizzontale in alluminio: B450 3D/X

Aluminum Tail Case Set: B450 3D/X

Aluminium-Heckabdeckungs-Set: B450 3D/X

Set de boîtier d’anticouple en aluminium B450 3D/X

Set case coda in alluminio: B450 3D/X

Tail Rotor Shaft Aluminum Drive Pulley: Welle und Antriebsscheibe Heckrotor,

B450 3D/X

Aluminium (2): B450 3D/X

Axe d’anticouple et poulie aluminium : B450 3D/X

Puleggia trasmissione in alluminio dell’albero del rotore di coda: B450 3D/X

Aluminum Tail Rotor Pitch Lever Set: B450 3D/X

Aluminium-Heckrotor-Pitchhebel-Set: Levier de pas d’anticouple

B450 3D/X

en aluminium : B450 3D/X

Set leva del pitch del rotore di coda in alluminio: B450 3D/X

Aluminum Tail Rotor Pitch Control Slider Aluminium-Heckrotor-

Set: B450 3D/X

Pitchschieberegler-Set: B450 3D/X

Set de slider d’anticouple en aluminium : B450 3D/X

Set cursore comando passo rotore di coda in alluminio: B450 3D/X

Aluminum Tail Rotor Blade Grp Set: B450 Aluminium-Heckrotorblatt-Set:

3D/X

B450 3D/X

Pieds de pales d’anticouple en aluminium : B450 3D/X

Set stringi pala rotore di coda in alluminio: B450 3D/X

Tail Rotor Blade Set, Black: B450 3D/X

Heckrotorblatt-Set, schwarz: B450 3D/X Set de pales d’anticouple, Noir : B450 3D/X

Set pale del rotore di coda, nero: B450 3D/X

Tail Rotor Blade Set Carbon Fiber: B450 Heckrotorblatt-Set, Karbonfaser:

3D/X, B400

B450 3D/X, B400

Set de pales d’anticouple en carbone : B450 Set in fibra di carbonio delle pale del

3D/X, B400

rotore di coda: B450 3D/X, B400

Stab/Fin Set, Black: B450 3D/X

Stabilisator/Flossen-Set, schwarz: B450 3D/X

Set de stabilisateur/dérive, Noir : B450 3D/X Set stab/der, nero: B450 3D/X

Stab/Fin Set, Carbon Fiber: B450 3D/X

Stabilisator/Flossen-Set, Karbonfaser: B450 3D/X

Set de stabilisateur/dérive en carbone : B450 Set stab/der, fibra di carbonio: B450

3D/X

3D/X

Aluminum Servo Control Arms: B450 3D/X, B400

Aluminium-Servosteuerarme: B450 3D/X, B400

Bras de servos en aluminium : B450 3D/X, Bracci comandi servo in alluminio:

B400

B450 3D/X, B400

Aluminum Canopy Mounts: B450 3D/X

Aluminium-CanopyBefestigungselemente: B450 3D/X

Supports de bulle en aluminium : B450 3D/X

Montanti calottina in alluminio: B450 3D/X

Swash Leveling Tool: B450 3D/X, B400

Taumelscheibe-Nivellierungswerkzeug B450 3D/X, B400

Outil de réglage de plateau cyclique B450 3D/X, B400

Strumento di livellamento del piatto ciclico: B450 3D/X, B400

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Aluminum 450 Flybarless Conversion Set: Aluminium-450 Flybarless-

B450 3D

Umrüstungs-Set: B450 3D

Set de conversion 450 Flybarless en alumi- Set conversione senza flybar 450 in

nium : B450 3D

alluminio: B450 3D

Tail Rotor Blade Set, Orange: B450 3D/X, Heckrotorblatt-Set, orange: B450 3D/X, Set de pales d’anticouple, Orange : B450

B400

B400

3D/X, B400

Set pale del rotore di coda, arancione: B450 3D/X, B400

Tail Rotor Blade Set, Yellow: B450 3D/X, Heckrotorblatt-Set, gelb: B450 3D/X,

B400

B400

Set de pales d’anticouple, Jaune : B450 3D/X, Set pale del rotore di coda, giallo:

B400

B450 3D/X, B400

Tail Rotor Blade Set, Green: B450 3D/X, Heckrotorblatt-Set, grün: B450 3D/X,

B400

B400

Set de pales d’anticouple, Vert : B450 3D/X, Set pale del rotore di coda, verde:

B400

B450 3D/X, B400

450 Carrying Case

450 Tragekoffer

Coffret de transport 450

Valigetta per il trasporto 450

Optional Fiberglass Canopy: 330X

Optionales Glasfaser-Kabinendach: 330X Verrière en fibre de verre en option : 330X

Tettuccio di vetroresina opzionale: 330X

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trademarks of Horizon Hobby, LLC. The Spektrum trademark is used with permission of Bachmann Industries, Inc. All other trademarks, service marks or logos are property of their respective owners.

US 9,930,567. US 10,419,970. US 10,849,013. CN201721563463.4. Other patents pending.

Updated 12/20

60330.1

BLH59000, BLH59550

Documents / Resources

HORIZON A-BLH5950 Blade 330S Helicopter [pdf] Instruction Manual
A-BLH5950, Blade 330S, Helicopter, Blade 330S Helicopter

References

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