Without battery, 100% green
The power of the solar panel: 0.4 W, the output voltage of the solar panel: 1 V, the engine power: 0.2 w
The use of zinc alloy plating material with corrosion resistance, excellent thermal stability and low hydrogen embrittlement.
Very suitable for interior decoration and gift of the child
It is a kit assembled.
Size: 12.5 cm * 11.5 cm * 8.5 cm.
In the light of the sun, the panels to receive solar light and heat, converted into electric energy, the propeller can keep turning, you do not need to load, needs no battery.
In the 1970's a group of California visionaries developed an interest in lightweight, low - battery powered machines. Scientist and engineer Paul MacCready, pulled them together to build a plane capable of winning a prize of long - standing for human powered flight. His other successes included a man powered aircraft, a plane solar powered, solar - powered car, an 18 - foot tapping flying wing replica of a pterodactyl for a Smithsonian sponsored IMAX film, and a high altitude unmanned solar plane that can perform the same functions as the satellites in orbit. Paul ciotti tells the story of the individuals in the group, but in the final analysis more with less is about Paul MacCready himself, an American hard spirit dreamer whose inventiveness has changed our horizon scientific.
The propeller will turn, very fashionable personality.
The details of each part
Real scene pictures
Monocrystalline silicon solar panels wings
PCB board Dijiao process, durable and anti-ultraviolet aging
Nylon propeller is not afraid to fall
Soft material, in the rotation process, will not cause damage to other objects
Model aircraft low-speed motor
Low-decibel sound is negligible and does not affect your life
Wheel landing gear
You can turn the landing gear, more realistic
Solid zinc alloy base
The appearance of fine, more refined
Zinc alloy tail does not rust
1. Connecting rod and the fuselage link (small screws)
2. Connect the base and connecting rod (large screw)
In the 1970s a group of California visionaries developed an interest in lightweight, low-powered machines. Scientist and engineer, Paul MacCready, pulled them together to build a plane capable of winning a long-standing prize for human powered flight. Their other successes included a man-powered plane, a solar powered plane, a solar-powered car, an 18-foot flapping wing flying replica of a pterodactyl for a Smithsonian-sponsored IMAX film, and a high-altitude unmanned solar airplane that can perform the same functions as orbiting satellites. Paul Ciotti tells the story of the individuals who made up this group, but ultimately More with Less is about Paul MacCready himself, an American dreamer whose tough minded inventiveness altered our scientific skyline.