Hubsan 502S X4 FPV

Brand: Hubsan

Part Number: H502S

£197.99 Web Price RRP £219.99

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The H502S is Hubsans latest FPV X4 Quadcopter and features a built-in 720P HD camera, return to home mode, built in GPS, altitude adjust, headless flight mode, GPS hold and follow me mode to make the quad even easier to fly.

The built-in GPS enables the quadcopter to enter into failsafe mode if the connection to the radio transmitter is lost, or even be called back at the push of a button. The GPS is also used to follow the transmitter in follow me mode and to hold a set position.
The multi-function transmitter features all the usual commands from the touch of a button with conveniently placed buttons for GPS, RTH and camera/video functions making this quad a pleasure to fly.

What sets the H502S apart from its rivals is its impressive array of features. The 720P HD camera allows for some stunning aerial photography and videos coupled with the altitude height mode it can give flight times up to 10 minuets or more.

Hubsan H502S Features:

  • 720P HD camera
  • Headless flight mode
  • Altitude height mode
  • GPS follow me mode
  • GPS hold
  • LED lights
  • 6-Axis gyroscope
  • Can fly forward/backward, left/right/left side/right side, up/down
  • Charging time: about 65 minutes

Headless Mode

The Hubsan H502S features a Headless flight mode which makes flying easy and makes the H501S even easier to fly for beginners and more experienced pilots. (This is activated by pressing the Throttle/Rudder stick down for 0.5second in mode two, or the Elevator/Rudder stick down for 0.5second in mode one. The headless mode will be indicated on the handset and "beeps")

Follow Me Mode

The Hubsan H502S features a GPS follow me mode. When enabled the H502S will follow the transmitter using the built-in GPS system allowing you to record your own action.

HD Camera

The Hubsan H502S features a 720P HD Camera, which can record stunning aerial high-definition flight videos and pictures. When coupled with the follow me mode you can record some stunning videos from above.

GPS Return To Home and Failsafe

The Hubsan H502S features built-in GPS which enables the quadcopter to enter into a failsafe mode if the connection to the radio transmitter is lost. In failsafe mode, the flight control system will automatically control the quadcopter and bring it back to the Return To Home point and land. The Return To Home function can also be enabled directly from the transmitter, this will automatically bring the quadcopter to the Home point and land safely.

H502S Transmitter

The Transmitter features conveniently placed switches and buttons on the front face of the transmitter for GPS, Return To Home and Camera/Video functions. The transmitter also features a built-in GPS system which is used for the follow me mode.

Spec Check:

  • Channel: 4ch, 2.4GHz
  • 5.8GHz FPV camera
  • Remote Control Distance: 200+ Meters
  • Battery For Transmitter: 4 x AA Battery (Not Included)
  • Gyro: 6 Axis
  • Battery for H502S: 7.4V 15C 610mAh LiPo
  • Flight Time: 8-10 mins
  • Width: 165mm
  • Height: 60 mm
  • Length:165 mm

What's Included In The Box:

  • 1 x Hubsan H502S Quadcopter
  • 1 x Transmitter Handset
  • 1 x USB LiPo Balance Charger
  • 8 x Propeller
  • 1 x Propeller Removal Tool
  • 1 x LiPo Battery
  • 1 x Instructions

Please note you will need 4 x AA Batteries for the transmitter.

  • Brand: Hubsan
  • Part No: H502S
  • Features:
    • Camera Included
    • GPS
  • Flying Style: Fun
  • Build Level: RTF (Ready to Fly)

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Are the fitted coreless motors in the Hubsan H502e reliable, and will they last for many flights?
Asked by Ian on 4th October 2016

In our demo product, we've flown this for many hours of flights and not had any issues.  Like any quad, if you crash it and keep the power applied during impacts - you do run the risk of burning out a motor though.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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