Considering getting into FPV? The Graupner Alpha 110 Quad Copter can help guide
you through mastering the art of flying under the hood! The nimble and
extremely maneuverable Alpha 110 provides the perfect practice platform to prepare
you for the next level of FPV racing when transitioning to larger size copters.
Don’t let the small size deceive you: the Alpha 110 uses the same technology as
our other multirotor racers (Alpha 250Q and Alpha 300Q).
Based on our GR-18 flight controller the Alpha 110 provides
the same ease-of-use and control functions many others have experienced when
using Graupner multirotor flight controllers. The GR-18 is a long-range
receiver that uses the Graupner HoTT protocol enabling real-time telemetry data
of signal strength, receiver voltage and temperature to assist pilots during
flight. Power and simplicity are the hallmarks of the GR-18.
INDOOR – OUTDOOR
The Alpha 110 comes fully assembled – just bind it and you’re
ready to go. The supplied mz-8 radio is simple to use and provides access to
all control functions needed during flight and more. The Alpha 110 adapts
quickly to its surroundings with its fast and crisp response times. Have a fun trip flying through your house or
around your backyard with the integrated crystal clear image camera. Use any of
the FPT TFT monitors or strap on a pair of our FPV goggles to freely see the
world from above.
TELEMETRY AND CONTROL
Safety is key when flying race copters and the Alpha 110 provides
you with real-time information regarding main battery level, giving you plenty
of time to return and land safely before depletion. The Alpha 110 has been specially tuned for optimal
FPV flight but the SmartBox (sold separately) allows you to fine tune the PID
settings to your own liking.
The Alpha 110 can be bound to any Graupner radio (i.e.
mz-12, mz-18, mz-24) using the same settings as the Alpha 250Q race copter.
- GR-18 multirotor flight controller software
- Fully assembled and ready to go in minutes
- Light frame construction with blade guards
- Integrated FPV 5.8 GHz video camera
- Uses Graupner HoTT (Hopping Telemetry Transmission) protocol
- High intensity LED lights helps maintaining orientation
- mz-8 flight controller with telemetry notifications
- Multiple flying modes: attitude for beginners and rate for
- Auto flip function for spectacular aerobatics
- Over-the-Air setup using HoTT radio or SmartBox (sold separately)
- Updatable firmware
- Alpha 110 FPV Copter
- mz-8, 2.4 GHz 4 channel HoTT radio
- Rechargeable 350 mAh LiPo battery
- USB charger cable
- Set of extra propeller blades
This thing is great. fun as all can but been flying it around my office in the AM before work using the cubicles as a race track. the MZ-8 radio is good nice gymbals and works well the stability and agility are amazing. Great buy if you have goggles to use.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Stephen Hays from tampa FL on 7/22/2016
I bought the Alpha 110Q to help me learn aerobatics/rate mode and to get introduced to FPV. In both areas, as well as just plain fun flying in attitude mode, the 110 has really delivered. It is quick, nimble, and predictably responsive to controls. In just a few weeks, I have been able to grow my skills to the point of flying in rate mode and doing flips without crashing (much). And, the 110 is exceptionally durable. It's light weight makes crashing harm-free. Buying this quad has saved me money on parts I would have had to replace on my Alpha 300Q and allowed a more aggressive learning curve. Also, it's very well behaved and suited for indoor flying. Really, a great quad with lots of fun, especially for the price!
Reviewed by: Mel Hamel from Fresno, CA on 11/9/2016
GREAT LITTLE QUAD
LOVE THIS LITTLE GUY. I PREFER THIS ONE OVER THE TINY WHOOP BECAUSE IT'S NOT MUCH BIGGER AND HOLDS A 500 MW BATTERY AND IT DEFINITELY HAS A LOT MORE POWER. I AM ALSO USING IT TO TEACH MY SEVEN-YEAR-OLD HOW TO FLY .
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) UNKNOWN from Flite Test on 8/31/2016
ALPHA 110 FPV QUAD COPTER
I BOUGHT THIS QUAD TO USE IN SMALLER AREAS AND INSIDE DURING THE WINTER ,AND TO GET MORE COMFORTABLE WITH FPV. IT IS A PERFECT SIZE TO TEACH MY SON TOO WITH OUT BREAKING SLOT OF STUFF. I ALSO FLY A VORTEX PRO . IT FLIES GREAT , AND IS PRETTY FAST ! THE CONTROLLER IS A LITTLE SMALL BUT WORKS FINE. IT SAYS YOU CAN BIND A GRAUPNER RADIO TO IT BUT I HAVE ALL SPECTRUM SO I'LL JUST USE WHAT IT CAME WITH. THE CAMERA WORKED GOOD EVEN AS IT WAS STARTING GET DARK OUTSIDE ! I WILL PROBABLY END UP GETTING ANOTHER ONE SO MY SON AND I CAN RACE !
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) STEVE FASSLER from Flite Test on 9/29/2016
Pros: Great 1st quad to learn with, easy to use fun to fly. Great for indoors. Handles great.
Cons: Video has more noise and break up than I would like, Other smaller quads have less of a problem, likely antenna related.
Could just be my bad luck but I have burned out a motor on 2 of these, same position for both (Right Front). Could be board or motor isn't up to the voltage, or just my bad luck.
Summary: Great first quad or just for fun indoor flying, couple issues but no deal breakers. Worth considering when looking for a quad in this price and size range.
Reviewed by: Jeremiah from Los Angeles on 11/23/2016
Great quad to learn FPV on
This is a great quadcopter to learn to fly on. It flies great, has good flight time, and you don't have to spend a bundle to find out if quads and FPV are for you. I fly it indoors FPV and LOS in my back yard (I'm too chicken to fly FPV in my yard, yet!) But in a big, open field, I can fly FPV or LOS and it is just great.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Joseph Balsamo from San Diego on 2/10/2017
Best micro/tiny quad out there so far. Really responsive and agile but docile enough for a beginner. Its so good that I have both the ready to fly and the bind and fly versions so I can race with my friends. With the stock 350 mah battery I can get 5 to 7 minutes of flight time. With the 500 mah, its around 8+ minutes depending on how you fly.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Daniel Killick from USA on 3/14/2017
A must buy
Reviewed by: Robert from Berkeley on 1/6/2017