Eagle X6 6-Axis Multi-Rotor Flight Controller
Eagle X6 6 Axis Multi-Rotor Flight Controller / Gyro
The Eagle X6 is a high-quality, low cost alternative to the DJI NAZA-M multi-rotor flight controller.
- QUAD+, QUADX, HEX6+, HEX6X, Y6, Y6Rev.
- HV (7.4) operating voltage supported.
- Futaba S.Bus / S.Bus 2 supported.
- Adaptive intelligent attitude algorithm is used to get the best performance.
- Easy to use, extremely well-suited to beginners.
- Input Voltage: 5 to 7.4V
- Gyroscope： 2000dps
- Accelerometer： 4g
- Operating Temp： -40 ℃ ~ 85 ℃
- Size： 43 27mm
- Weight： 11g
With truly free debugging, you can program a stable flight platform
The new version of the X6 uses an intelligent PID control algorithm installed without debugging which can achieve a very stable flight platform that proves to be a cost-effective multi-axis flight controller.
Auto-balance Flight & 3D Flight
The new X6 provides 2 primary flight modes. You can either incorporate stable level flight or enjoy the thrills and excitement of 3D flight.
To use the X6, you need a 4-channel receiver and then you simply connect the aileron, elevator, throttle and rudder channels to the corresponding pins on the controller. The X6 provides up to 6-motor outputs. The gyro gain can be adjusted by the knob. Futaba's S.Bus and S.Bus 2 are now supported by the new X6 series.
When the controller is powered on, press and hold down the button for more than 2 seconds which activates the setting menu. All settings are completed using the button. Please consult the manual for more details.
X6 Setting Menu
X6-L Setting Menu
In the case of using double-layer propellers, the blue circles indicate the upper propellers and the red for the lower ones. The arrows indicate the rotation direction of the propellers. Exchange any 2 of the 3 wires connected between the ESC and the motor if the propeller is rotating in the opposite direction.
The box contains receiver wires and 2 pieces of double-sided tape in addition to the X6 controller.
- Please write down the unique product serial number (S/N) on the bar code label when purchasing and keep stored in a safe place. It may be required in the the event customer support is needed.
- Before powering on, move the throttle stick to the bottom. The controller needs to perform self-calibration and throttle position calibration after you plug in the battery. The LED will keep blinking blue rapidly for about 3 seconds while calibrating, just be sure not to move the quad or the sticks until the initialization process is complete. The LED will keep blinking red rapidly alerting you if the throttle isn't at the lowest position when the power is on.
- Please ensure that all of the ESCs have been connected to the controller in their correct order and all of the propellers rotate in their correct direction. Please refer to the illustrations on the last page of the manual, otherwise it could lead to losing control or even a crash during the flight.
- You need to restart the controller after changing the receiver type to allow the new setting to take effect.
- The new X6 series supports a wide working voltage from 5 to 7.4V, you can use an HV receiver or servo directly.
- Radio control models are not toys. The propellers rotate at high speed and pose a potential risk to your safety and/or the safety of others. Be sure to fly in a wide open space far away from crowds. If you are a beginner please seek the advice of those with RC flying experience first.