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  1. anthony h-ellary

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    hi all

    as it says does any one have all the specs of the h for writing a PaCO ops manual for the CAA ... thanks


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  2. Graeme Buckley

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    Specs - Yuneec that not do?? All specs you need should be on their site

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  3. anthony h-ellary

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    nope dosent give max wind speed max and min temps motor specs etc

    but thanks
     
  4. Graeme Buckley

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    I have not seen that either, you could contact their tech email on the uk site for that info

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  5. Graeme Buckley

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    Also what is a paco ops manual?? Did you mean pfco or is it it similar to an OSC?

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  6. Dragonflyerthom

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    Anthony I know personally that I have flown in wins of 20 miles an hour gusting to 30 miles an hour with no problem this speed Being whether you're in follow me in SmartMode are in angel mode without GPS on can be up To 42 mph. I haven't seen that in any of the operating manuals for the Typhoon H so just from personal experience.
     
  7. Graeme Buckley

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    I also did not have to enter that info into my ops manual, just looking though it just now incase I'm wrong

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  8. anthony h-ellary

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    yep pfco was a typo

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  9. JCFlippen

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    The full H spec is on the UK website.
     
  10. anthony h-ellary

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    almost all still no max wind info but again many thanks
     
  11. Graeme Buckley

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    Would have though that max wind speed in angle /GPS was what you were after at 30mph?
     
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    Not sure where I found the published H info but my OPs Manual states 24kts as maximum wind speed for operation. Having said that I would only operate knowing I will get steady video pictures which would really be around 15-20 max.
     
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    Most I've flown in, and also obtained clean video, was 27mph. I recall at one time seeing seeing a wind limitation of ~12mph but that would have been grossly undervalued.