|Wing Span:||2.8 m (110")|
|Wing Area:||50 dm2 (775 sq. in.)|
|Wing Airfoil:||MH-32 mod.|
|Wing Loading:||30 g/dm2 (9 oz/sq. ft.)|
|Flying Weight:||1.4-1.6 kg (49-56 oz)|
|Radio:||Sub Micro servos and micro receiver recommended|
Magellan 110 electric is setting a new milestone in the continuing effort in development
of this line of electric powered thermal duration
gliders. This version becomes a very competitive and
affordable ship for F5J and ALES competition. They are based on the same moulded carbon D-box technology
that made the Carbon D-light and its successor so successful. . This type of construction results in
a very strong, light wing and a very accurate airfoil shape over the
leading edge - the most important part of the airfoil.
This, combined with an overall easy handling, results in a sailplane
that will allow you to work small low-level thermals with confidence.
Now in the Magellan 110, is the big brother of the Magellan XL,
it has a larger wingspan and larger tail for a well balanced
airframe. The fuselage design allows the
tendency of using more the LiPo battery packs and also to have the
ability to use the versatile brushless outrunner motor. The design of
the fuselage is a canopy style fuselage made from full
Kevlar/carbon cloth, for extreme strength, stiffness and lightness.
The V-tail is a hybrid construction of Kevlar/carbon moulded leading
edge and carbon reinforced balsa ribs, which gives a strong yet very
light tail. The V-tail is in two pieces and removable.
The V-tail servos are installed under the
wing, actuating the control surfaces by pushrods. Neat V-tail control
horns are supplied.
The whole wing is a glass/carbon D-box construction, even the trailing edge, improving
the overall stiffness of the wing. Aileron and flaps are molded glass/carbon and
Kevlar hinged for extra durability.
All parts of the
are pre-finished so very little time is required to get it into the air. The
two-piece wing is completely finished and covered in Oracover Light, it holds
together by means of a carbon rod and against the fuselage with bolts. The molded V-tail is covered
and ready to plug-in. The fuselage comes complete with a
trimmed canopy, wing hold down block. You will need 6 of your favourite sub-micro servos and
a micro receiver. Hardware package and instruction are completing the kit.
We have created an extremely well balanced setup
for this glider by using a small powerful inrunner the Mega 16/30/3E (which weights only 135g), this setup will give a
nice 400-650W, the power level can be adjusted by changing prop
size to suit pilots wanted climb rate. Several other setups available upon