Beginner RC Planes – What is Anti Crash Technology (ACT)?

By November 9, 2017Uncategorized

One of the most challenging parts of being a beginner rc pilot is learning to fly. Learning to control the plane is often difficult and a mistake could lead to a crash and damage to your plane. Fortunately for the beginner pilot the folks at HobbyZone have come up with a technology that will help make learning to fly much easier. This technology is called Anti Crash Technology or ACT for short. You do need to know that this technology is exclusive to the HobbyZone line of airplanes.

Each beginner plane comes equipped with two sensors, one on the top and one on the bottom. These sensors monitor the planes position in relation to the ground. When the plane is flying level, the top sensor sees the sky and the bottom sensor sees the ground. They tell the planes on-board computer that it is flying correctly. If the plane goes into a dive and the sensors detect that the planes orientation is incorrect, they automatically correct the control inputs and help prevent the plane from crashing. This gives you more time to regain control of the plane and avoid a crash.

One of the best features of Anti Crash Technology is that you can turn it off. After you have been flying for a while and are more experienced you will not need the ACT to help you. Turn it off and you will gain complete control of the plane and increased maneuverability. This technology is really cool and is a great help to the beginner rc pilot.


Source by Josh Elkins

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