Stupid idea: ion thruster controlled flight as drones

kubeek

Joined Sep 20, 2005
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Inclination sensor? You mean something like a gyroscopic sensor?
These lifters can barely lift their own weight, and that is with the high voltage supply staying on the ground. How much weight can you spare for that sensor?
 

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Motanache

Joined Mar 2, 2015
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Inclination sensor? You mean something like a gyroscopic sensor?
These lifters can barely lift their own weight, and that is with the high voltage supply staying on the ground. How much weight can you spare for that sensor?
Yes. Inclination sensor. I found a gyroscope for Arduino

- Li Polymer Battery
- 4x inverter fluorescent lamp for monitor. Is enough the voltage it offers?


To say the weight of the battery is related to its capacity.
But the capacity of the battery is not directly dependent on the lifting force.

Force and energy are different,
A small capacity battery can hold it up for a very short time.

The problem is if it can pick up those voltage inverters. And I think he can!
(
It was just an example. I can buy different models.I prefer to be with TL494 to control them fast.)
 
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