SAB Goblin Kraken 580 Electric Light Orange / Blue Electric RC Helicopter SG586
SAB Kraken 580, the world of RC helicopters is one of exhilaration, precision, and a passion for flight. Within this exciting realm, the Kraken 580 emerges as a stellar embodiment of power, precision, and performance. Drawing inspiration from its larger sibling, the Kraken 700, this remarkable machine redefines what's possible in the world of RC helicopter flying. Whether you're a seasoned pilot or taking your first steps into the skies, the Kraken 580 is designed to elevate your flying experience.
A Powerhouse in a Compact Package
One of the standout features of the Kraken 580 is its incredible powertrain, enclosed within a robust aluminum case. This powerhouse is designed to take on the most demanding maneuvers with ease. Whether you're engaging in fast-paced aerobatics or mastering intricate 3D flight, the Kraken 580 is more than capable of delivering the performance you demand.
The choice of an aluminum case not only enhances the helicopter's durability but also ensures that the powertrain can handle the stresses of high-speed maneuvers and sudden directional changes. This level of structural integrity is essential for delivering the level of performance expected from an RC helicopter like the Kraken 580.
Precision in Every Detail
At the heart of any RC helicopter's performance is its rotor system, and the Kraken 580 has been engineered to provide the utmost in precision. The ultra-light 7075 aluminum alloy rotor head is a testament to the attention to detail and precision engineering that has gone into the Kraken 580's design.
This rotor head is highly adjustable, allowing pilots to fine-tune their helicopter for a wide range of aerobatic maneuvers. The ability to adjust the rotor head's settings ensures that pilots can match the Kraken 580 to their specific flying style, whether it's the smooth precision of scale flight or the wild aerobatics of 3D stunts.
A Sleek and Innovative Design
The Kraken 580 boasts an innovative design, with both the body and boom incorporating integrated frames. The result is an amazing fuselage style that immediately sets this helicopter apart from the crowd. When you're flying the Kraken 580, you're not just experiencing a high-performance machine; you're also commanding a work of art in the sky.
In addition to its visual appeal, the integrated frames in the body and boom design enhance the helicopter's overall rigidity. This added structural strength is a key factor in its ability to withstand the physical demands of RC helicopter flight, especially in the case of unexpected mishaps and hard landings.
Enhanced Crash Durability
No matter how skilled a pilot you are, accidents can happen in the world of RC helicopter flying. To enhance the Kraken 580's crash durability, a boom detachment system has been incorporated. This feature, which is not only practical but also cleverly designed, ensures that in the event of a mishap, the helicopter is more likely to survive relatively unscathed.
The boom detachment system allows for a controlled separation of the boom from the helicopter's body, absorbing and dissipating much of the kinetic energy generated during a crash. This results in fewer broken parts and a higher likelihood of the helicopter being repairable with minimal effort. It's a testament to the attention to detail in the Kraken 580's design, ensuring pilots can spend more time flying and less time on maintenance and repairs.
One of the defining features of the Kraken 580 is its blade versatility. The helicopter is designed to accommodate main rotor blades spanning from 550mm to an impressive 600mm. This versatility allows pilots to tailor their helicopter's performance to their specific flying style, skill level, and preferences.
For those who seek stability and predictability, longer blades can be used to create a more stable and smooth flight experience. On the other hand, shorter blades provide a higher level of agility and responsiveness, ideal for 3D flight and aerobatic maneuvers.
This level of customization extends to the tail blades as well, with the Kraken 580 designed to accept tail blades ranging from 95mm to 105mm. The 95mm tail blades included in the kit are optimized for precise tail control, ensuring that pilots have the authority they need during flight.
Understanding the technical specifications of the Kraken 580 offers a comprehensive view of its capabilities:
Airframe Weight: The Kraken 580 is designed to be agile and responsive, with an airframe weight of 1760 grams. This weight includes the rotor blades but excludes the battery and electronics. The focus on minimizing weight without sacrificing strength ensures a balanced and dynamic flying experience.
Rotor Blades: The choice of rotor blades significantly influences flight performance. The Kraken 580 can accommodate main blades ranging from 550mm to an impressive 600mm, making it a versatile platform for various flying styles.
Tail Blades: Tail blade lengths span from 95mm to 105mm, with the kit including 95mm tail blades. These blades are designed to provide optimal tail control and maneuverability.
Rotor Diameter: The main rotor boasts an impressive diameter of 1290mm when equipped with 580mm blades. This wide rotor disk is essential for precision control and stable flight.
Cyclic Servos: For precise cyclic control, the Kraken 580 supports mini cyclic servos with a torque of over 8 Kg-cm. The kit includes servo mounts specifically designed for mini-servos, and full-size servo mounts are available separately for those who prefer standard-sized servos. The tail servo is designed to accommodate standard-size 40mm servos, ensuring consistent and reliable tail control.
Rotor Ratios: The Kraken 580 offers flexibility in rotor ratios, allowing pilots to customize the helicopter's responsiveness to their preferences. The main rotor ratio ranges from 11.5 to 8.6:1, with a 22T gear included at 9.4:1. The tail rotor ratio varies from 5.3 to 4.9:1, with a 23T gear included at 4.9:1. These options ensure that pilots have the control needed to match their flying style.
Motor Compatibility: The Kraken 580 is designed to accommodate 4025 series motors with varying Kv (RPM per volt) ratings. For 6S setups, motors in the range of 1000-1200 Kv are recommended, while 12S setups can use motors in the 500-600 Kv range. The minimum motor shaft length is 26mm, and it is advisable to use a motor shaft with a diameter of 6mm for optimal performance.
Speed Controller: The Kraken 580 is compatible with a range of speed controllers, depending on the chosen power setup. For 6S setups, speed controllers in the 120-140A range are suitable, while 12S setups benefit from speed controllers in the 100-130A range. These components play a critical role in regulating power delivery to the motor and ensuring smooth and controlled flight.
Battery Options: The Kraken 580 offers flexibility in battery options to match power preferences. For 6S setups, battery sizes of 5000mAh or 5800mAh are recommended. In 12S configurations, batteries with capacities of 2600mAh or 3200mAh are suitable. The choice of battery size impacts flight duration and power delivery, allowing
Incredible Strong Power Train: Enclosed in a durable aluminum case for unparalleled strength and reliability.
Ultra-Light 7075 Aluminum Alloy Rotor Head: Highly adjustable, paired with a super-simple Tail group for optimal maneuverability.
Integrated Frame Design: The body and boom design with integrated frames create an amazing fuselage style, ensuring both aesthetics and functionality.
Boom Detachment System: Improved crash durability with a thoughtful boom detachment system.
Main Blades Up to 600mm: Enjoy versatility with compatibility for main blades ranging up to 600mm.
Airframe Weight: 1760g (with blades, no battery, no electronics), offering a balanced and efficient design.
Main Blade Length: Accommodates 550mm to 600mm, providing flexibility for different flying styles.
Tail Blade Length: 95mm to 105mm, enhancing tail control and stability.
Main Rotor Diameter: 1270mm (with 570mm blades included), ensuring a powerful and precise flight.
Tail Rotor Diameter: 260mm (with 95mm tail blades included), contributing to effective tail authority.
Cyclic Servos: Mini cyclic servo (torque over 8 Kg-cm), with included servo mounts for mini-servos. Full-size servo mounts available separately.
Tail Servo: Standard size 40mm, ensuring reliable tail performance.
Main Rotor Ratio: 11.5 to 8.6 :1 (22T included: 9.4:1), providing a wide range of speed options for varied flight experiences.
Tail Rotor Ratio: 5.3-4.9:1 (23T included: 4.9:1), optimizing tail responsiveness.
Typical Motor: 4025 series, 6S 1000-1200 Kv, 12S 500-600 Kv, with a minimum motor shaft length of 26mm. (6mm diameter motor shaft recommended)
Typical Speed Controller: 6S 120-140A, 12S 100-130A, ensuring optimal power management.
Battery Size: 6S 5000/5800mAh, 12S 2600/3200mAh, providing choices for different flight durations and preferences.
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