KING KON ET115 Drone - FPV RC Racing Drone

KING KON ET115 Drone - FPV RC Racing Drone 

KING KON ET115 Drone - FPV RC Racing Drone

KING KON ET115 Drone - FPV RC Racing Drone: This is a pleasant Little flyer it's decent to fall off a portion of the super quick quads and Jest fly around and appreciate. You won't bother your neighbors with this one to the extent the sound goes. Ready to ricochet off of things and keep its self-control. The camera isn't the best yet it will do and it can utilize somewhat more tilt 

As I recently read that KingKong intends to change its image name into "LDARC", I ought to likely name this article "LDARC ET125 audit" rather than "KingKong ET125 survey". 

More often than not, numbers in a quad-copter's model name allude to the askew size in millimeters estimating the separation from rotor to rotor (wheelbase). KingKong's ET Series has 3 distinctive estimated rambles: ET100, ET115, and ET125. While somewhere in the range of ET115 and ET125 are no distinctions aside from the size, the ET100 is outfitted with various brush-less engines and littler limit battery. 

I picked to audit the ET125, on the grounds that it appeared to have enough capacity to be utilized not only for indoor flights but rather for outside also. Despite the fact that as a matter, of course, it accompanies 2s Li-Po, I will probably test it with 3s battery and expectation that engines won't wear out 


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What highlights make Kingkong ET125 the best brushless Whoop? 


  • Minimal outline with extensive propeller defenders; 
  • Carbon fiber outline with the defensive covering; 
  • Adaptable F3 PIKO BLX flight controller with various flight modes; 
  • Prominent BetaFlight firmware; 
  • Great XT1104 7500 KV brush-less engines; 
  • 4 of every 1, 10 Amps, BLhelis 10A ESC (3s evaluated); 
  • 800 TVL camera with 150-degree field of view (FOV); 
  • 5.8G, 16CH remote video transmitter with movable communicate control; 
  • Incorporated bell for safeguard and low voltage alert. 
  • Kingkong ET125 ramble survey 

KING KON ET115 Drone - FPV RC Racing Drone

Revelation: I got this ET125 smaller than usual brushless automaton as a feature of an item audit joint effort with HobbyWOW. In spite of the fact that the automaton was offered for nothing out of pocket, all conclusions in this survey are my own. Note: item specs and quality may shift as indicated by the producer's unwavering quality, so I can't ensure that you will get the very same quad as found in my survey. 

As I officially claim the Taranis Q X7 transmitter, I picked the KK ET125 with FrSky XM radio beneficiary. You can likewise select FM800 and FlySky collectors. Note: radio collector comes independently and you have to bind it by your self. 

Rather than a futile cardboard box, the ET125 arrives in a decent conveying case. Well done LDARC! 

Other than the airship, I found inside the case the accompanying: flight battery, 2 sets of extra propellers, cutting-edge evacuating device, 2 x elastic band, firmware USB link and guideline direct (Chinese and English). 

Outline and Fabricate Quality 

From the principal look, the likenesses are self-evident. Like the Tiny 7 is a duplicate of the Tiny Whoop, the ET Series replicates the outline of the much costly Blade Torrent 110. It embraces comparative dark edge with vast propeller defenders and white defensive overhang. With a specific end goal to give an additional flavor for the base plan, the 7500 KV brushless engines are blue. 

General introduction, and additionally the fabricate quality, motivate that I'm managing an exceptional class item, not a modest toy ramble. 

While the introduced propellers are white, the included extra ones are yellow. In the figure, I will blend them keeping in mind the end goal to have better view on the introduction of the flying machine amid LoS flights. 

A wide elastic band permits to append immovably the 2s, 550 mAh Li-Po to the base of the edge. Mulling over its take-off weight (129 grams), I'm expecting around 3~4 minutes of flight self-rule. 

Camera/FPV Framework 

Rather than AIO camera, KingKong selected the split approach. Camera and VTX modules are isolated. The 150-degree FOV (field of view) enables pilots to see unmistakably in tight indoor spaces. No edge modification. 

ET125's VTX has just 16 CH, which can make hard to locate a free channel when you are flying close numerous FPV rambles. Changing from 25 mW to 100 mW should be possible by shorting the communicate control fastening tabs. In all honesty, a miniaturized scale switch would have been a more astute decision. 

Picture quality is pleasant. Half of the front cutting edge defenders are obvious in the field of view. 

PIKO BLX wiring with FrSky XM radio 

After I arranged the fundamental apparatuses (patching iron, cutting forceps, screwdriver, and magnifier), I began to search for 3 bits of thin wires (white – flag, red – control, dark - ground). Around 5 cm long are okay. 

Next, I patched the wires to the modest 15 x 10 mm XM recipient's pins (GND, 5V, and SBUS). In a rush, I fastened the SBUS wire to the PPM stick of FC. Considerably later I discovered that I wasn't right and SBUS goes to RX3 stick. 

Utilizing a bit of twofold sided tape I joined the XM module over the flight controller. 

I set everything back, including the screws that safe the covering to the casing. Driving ON the remote controller I understood that I neglected to tie the recipient with the transmitter 

Restricting the KingKong ET125 with Taranis Q X7 transmitter 

As stuck request to sticky situation you have to press the F/S catch of the XM recipient, I needed to dismantle the automaton once more. 

After I made another profile on the transmitter called "KK ET125", I set Mode to "D16" and Chanel range to "CH1-8". Next, I chose the "Predicament" alternative. At the point when the Taranis Q X7 is entering the "Quandary" state, it makes a piercing signaling. 

At long last, I fueled ON the automaton while squeezing the beneficiary's F/S catch. Effective restricting was affirmed by pleasant strong green light. With certainty, I set everything back once more. 

Endeavoring to confirm the channel mapping and to allocate the control switches through Beta flight Configurator I discovered that something is still off-base. The XM beneficiary isn't speaking with the flight controller. I twofold checked the BF settings, everything appeared to be fine: Receiver set to "Serial-based beneficiary (Speksat, SBUS, SUMD) and Serial collector supplier set to "SBUS". I endeavored to set each UART port to "Serial RX", as yet nothing 

Being at the point of confinement of persistence, I dismantled the automaton once more. As I beforehand specified, I wasn't right with the SBUS flag, it ought to go to RX3 rather than PPM port of FC. This time, I test it without reassembling. All collectors channels functioned as it should. Equipping/incapacitating the engines, flight mode switch including the ringer switch. 



Flight attributes 

After all the above, despite everything it had a decent day! I was exceptionally cheerful to see the KingKong ET125 taking off effortlessly. As opposed to my desires, it is exceptionally quiet. 

For the time being, I figured out how to test it just indoor in constrained space. It is extremely steady and responsive. Truly, there is no examination between the KingKong Tiny 7 and the ET125. The brush-less engines have an immense effect. 

At the point when the battery is close vacant (~3.7v), the ringer will tell you that is an ideal opportunity to arrive and energize. 

I can not hold up to get great climate and go out to accomplish more careful flight tests. 


Top Customer Reviews:


"This is a nice Little flyer it’s nice to come off some of the super fast quads and Jest fly around and enjoy. You won’t be annoying your neighbors with this one as far as the sound goes. Able to bounce off of things and keep its composure. The camera is not the greatest but it will do and it can use a little more tilt but like I said easy flying is what this is about."


Pammylebo -


"Great little quadcopter. It is very tough and flies well.It comes in a nice case to store and transport it."


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