BETAFPV FPV RTF Racing Advanced Kit V2 (Frsky D8)
Introducing the latest and greatest micro FPV kit for drone pilots of all types. The BETAFPV Advanced Kit 2 is perfect for beginners to learn as well as skilled pilots to practice and have fun with a fully capable micro brushless quad.
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Introducing the latest and greatest micro FPV kit for drone pilots of all types. The BETAFPV Advanced Kit 2 is perfect for beginners to learn as well as skilled pilots to practice and have fun with a fully capable micro brushless quad. The Advanced Kit 2 comes with specially configured Meteor75 Lite 1S brushless drone that has plenty of power due to advancements in whoop technology!
Everything you need to fly is included in this kit – the goggles, radio transmitter, drone, and batteries! You can even reuse the high-quality goggles and radio for other drones in your fleet!
Check out the brushed Whoop Racing Kit 2 from BETAFPV if you want something even more affordable. Same goggles and radio, just a brushed Beta65S lite instead of the brushless Meteor75 Lite.
Complete Ready To Fly Package
BetaFPV put together this package with the beginners in mind. It includes absolutely everything you need to start flying FPV! This package might just be the ultimate indoor FPV racing experience.
This package includes the BETAFPV LiteRadio 2, a full-featured radio in a game-controller like profile. This radio features full-size gimbals (not the toy ones!) and is ready to plug-and-play with your PC/Mac for practicing on a simulator.
- Due to the popularity of the Meteor series, we especially put the new meteor 75 lite into our advanced kit. It is a lightweight 1S whoop drone, only weighs 28.8g, simple to operate. With the high preference FC and motor, it gives pilots plenty of power to use both indoor and outdoor.
- LiteRadio 2 is super easy to bind and operate, perfect for the starter FPV racing. It is powered by OpenTX firmware, having 8 channels and has a hobby-grade gimbal.
- BETAFPV VR01 FPV Goggles has 4.3 inches 800*480px HD high brightness LCD, which is specially tuned for FPV racing or Model airplane. Adopt ergonomic design with a foam sponge faceplate and a three-sided adjustable headband, this FPV Goggles fits your face and head perfectly.
- User manual included, with all necessary information needed in the user manual, pilots will master FPV drone easier. The FPV whoop racing advanced kit 2 is really a great RTF kit to get started indoor and outdoor FPV racing.
- All parts are stored in a special customized carry case, which provides better protection and easy to carry.
Meteor75 Lite Drone
For getting a cool appearance and to increase the durability, we specially redesigned the Meteor75 frame. It makes the meteor75 lite looks refreshing and unique. Also, meteor75 lite is the first drone that is equipped with Lite 1S Brushless FC. Featured 1102-18000KV Motor and Gemfan 40mm 3-blade propeller(1.5mm shaft), pilots can get great speed and power. Comes with BT2.0 connector, lots of problems of Ph2.0 connector like voltage sag has been solved perfectly, pilots can enjoy 3-4 minutes flight with BT2.0 450mAh 1S battery.
LiteRadio 2 Transmitter
LiteRadio 2 Transmitter is designed for FPV racing starters. Fully compatible with the Frsky D8 protocol and easy to use. With the hobby-grade gimbal and adopted the rubber coat, which makes it more comfortable and controllable. Powered by OpenTX firmware. The trainer function is available for this LiteRadio 2 transmitter. It is useful for FPV racing students in training.
VR01 FPV Goggles
BETAFPV VR01 FPV Goggles – a First-Person-View Goggle with 4.3 inches 800*480px HD high brightness LCD which will allow you to experience a bright world without warped and blurred images. Adopted ergonomic design with a foam sponge faceplate and a three-sided adjustable headband, comfortable like cotton, and suitable for all age ranges.
Spare Parts List
Comes with spare parts including 2 pcs BT2.0 450mAh battery, 1pc BT2.0 battery charger, and tester, super portable for charging. What’s more, the Batteries, USB charger, and Spare parts for easy repairs. We also provided 4 props and 1 prop removal tool, convenient to exchange the props.
Online PDF Instructions
- 1 * Meteor75 Lite Brushless Whoop Drone
- 1 * LiteRadio 2 Transmitter (350mAh 2S Battery Included)
- 1 * BETAFPV VR01 FPV Goggles
- 4 * Gemfan 40mm 3-blade Propeller(1.5mm Shaft)
- 1 * USB Charging Cable
- 2 * Dipole 5.8G Antennas
- 1 * BT2.0 Battery Charger & Tester
- 2 * BT2.0 450mAh battery
- 1 * Props Removal Tool
- 1 * User Manual
- 1 * Customized EVA Carry Case
How to bind the Meteor75 Lite Drone to the LiteRadio 2 Controller
This is a common issue and can happen if you accidentally hit the bind button on the radio. Occassionally the drone will not be bound from the factory and you will need to bind it yourself.
- First make sure the LiteRadio controller is in D8 mode. To check this, turn off the radio, hold down the throttle (left stick) and turn it on. After the controller vibrates you should see the purple LED flash three times. If it does not flash three times, it is in the wrong mode and will need to be set. Follow the procedure on this page to change your protocol to D8.
- Set the drone to binding mode by holding in the small button that says “bind” on the bottom of the drone’s flight controller. There are two buttons, be careful to press the bind button on the right side. While holding this button, plug in a battery. You may need someone to help you do this.
- Once the drone is plugged in, you should see the Blue LED on the bottom flash a couple times and then remain solid blue. If it is not solid blue, please repeat step 2.
- Now the drone is in binding mode, with the controller turned on, press the ‘Bind’ button on the back of the controller once. You should see the blue and purple LEDs flashing for about 5-10 seconds. The blue LED on the drone’s flight controller should now start flashing quickly.
- Restart the drone by unplugging the battery and plugging it back in. Your model is now bound and ready to fly!
What to do if the drone propellers are making a strange sound
Check there is nothing obstructing the propellers and they can spin freely. You also need to check the blue and white battery plug that it isn’t hitting the bottom of the propeller. Another cause may be the propeller rubbing on the guard. If the guard is bent out of shape and rubbing, gently apply some heat using a hairdrier to mold the frame back to it’s original form.
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