DHC-2 Beaver is a single-engine, high-wing, propeller-driven STOL aircraft. It is used for cargo, passenger hauling, aerial application, and has been widely adopted by armed forces as a utility aircraft. Produced from 1947-1967 by de Havilland Canada. The United States Army purchased several hundred; nine DHC-2s are still in service with the Civil Air Patrol for search and rescue. The Royal New Zealand Air Force used the Beaver for expedition to the South Pole.
Dynam has replicated the plane into this beautiful EPO model. The plane has plenty of scale detail. Night flying the plane will be no problem. There are a total of five LEDs on the plane. Two LED on each wing and one on the fuselage. It includes a set of landing gears conventional flying and a set of floats for taking off and landing on water. The floats include duel steerable rudder which provides excellent control on water.? Takeoff and landing is a breeze with this plane. The plane is flap ready from the factory, all you have to do is install the servos and linkages and make the appropriate cuts to the wing.
Wingspan: 1500mm (59.06in)
Overall Length: 958mm (37.7in)
Wing Loading: 58g/dm2
Flying Weight: 1400-1750g (49.4-61.8oz)
Servo: 9g x5pcs
Speed Controller: 50A Brushless
Motor Size: BM3720A-KV650 Brushless Outrunner
Realistic scale features including DHC-2 paint scheme and molded panel lines
Set of floats with operational rudders for water takeoffs/taxiing and landings
Powerful BM3720A-KV650 Brushless Outrunner motor
Fixed landing gear included for land-based operation
LED navigation lights add scale realism and help make the plane more visible during dawn and dusk flights
Dynam DHC-2 Beaver 1500mm (59") Wingspan - Receiver Ready
ESC with T connector, servos and motor come pre-installed for your convenience
Set of floats with operational rudder
Set of regular landing gear
Radio system: 4 Channel and up transmitter and receiver.
Battery: 14.8V 2200mAh Li-Po,25C
Lipo battery charger.
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