The Eachine & AtomrRC Auk raises the bar on traditional almost-ready-to-fly race drones while shrinking the footprint of the hardware itself. With a fully integrated flight controller, on-screen display (OSD), and video transmitter, the Eachine & AtomrRC Auk is nearly ready to fly straight out of the box. Simply bind a receiver to the quad, walk through the configuration and you’re ready to go.
Eachine & AtomrRC Auk is the latest BNF creation of minimum weight at a spectacular performance, traditional but versatile and upgradeable design, Eachine & AtomrRC Auk is built from a combination of carbon fiber, molded plastic, and TPU. Carbon plates give it the rigidity needed to prevent oscillations, while the plastic prop guards flex enough to absorb impacts and dampen motor vibrations. The camera and flight stack are soft mounted as well to further improve image quality and flight stability. It measures 12.6 cm diagonal of the motor and is based on a 3 mm thick carbon structure for its lower part and 2 mm for its upper part. The whole weighs 215g grams before installing the battery.
Eachine & AtomrRC Auk racer is based on components from AtomRC. There is the F405 flight controller with 5 UART, a USB-C connector, and a 16MB Blackbox. There is also the ESC, a 30A Exceed 4 in 1 BLheli_S. And then 2004 brushless motors at 2700KV for Gemfan three-bladed 4023 propellers. Finally, there is a 5.8 GHz analog video transmitter with a power of 25 mW (the maximum authorized in France), 200 mW, and 500 mW to go farther (where permitted). It is paired with a Foxeer Razer 1200TVL FPV camera.
Eachine recommends 850mAh 4S Lipo batteries. To use the Auk (almost) straight out of the box; Eachine provides a T8 Lite remote control (mode 2 or mode 1) and an Eachine Cobra Lite mask. It is an entry-level model since it offers a fairly low resolution of 480 x 272 pixels. But the FOV is 50 °, the ratio is 16: 9, the integrated diversity type receiver, the battery is 18650. And it integrates a DVR to record videos on the ground.