Details: Eachine QX95

  • Brand: Eachine
  • Model: QX95
  • Type: Micro FPV Racer
  • Size: 125*85*55 mm
  • Weight: 40 grams
  • Frame: qx95f | Carbon Fiber |
  • Flight Controller: SP Racing F3 EVO brushed | cleanflight 1.13.0
  • Receiver: Frsky | FlySky | DSM2
  • Motor:  8520 | Brushed core-less
  • FPV Camera: 520tvl | 1/4 CMOS
  • VTX: 5.8g | 25mw | 32CH
  • Battery: 1S | 3.7v | 600mAh
  • Prop: 55mm
  • Price: $62-72
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Eachine Tiny QX95

Eachine Tiny QX95Eachine is determined to conquer the Tiny Whoop market with their QX series… while already smashing the Acro with the QX80 & QX90, the new QX95 brings a much needed fpv racer style micro to the market. A carbon fiber H style frame with straight front arms and swept back arms with an F3 evo flight controller and a 600mAh battery (now we are getting to size with high dis-charge and even graphene). Available with Frsky, Flysky or DSM2.

Eachine QX95 Review

After spending some quality time with the qx95 it has quickly become one of my favorites. While eachine literally made one of everything with their 20+ new micro kits, the 95 clearly shines above the rest as a well thought out kit.

Right from the unboxing you’ll see the difference, the 95 arrives in a real box complete assembled and ready to bind. An actual instruction manual that helps is present too with somewhat easy to follow binding procedures for all 3 of the usual transmitter setups. You, get a cooler usb charger, 2 spare motors, a battery, some VECRO (every other just include rubber bands), and some props to get things started.

Eachine QX95 TBS TangoThe QX95 is pre-flashed with clean-flight and beyond just setting the ARM function you can be in the air in no time. PIDs, Rates, everything your heart desires can be tuned to your liking and transmitter setup. I used the Spektrum DM9 module in a TBS Tango and right out of the box, no tuning, no nothing… this thing flies like a rail, so much more steady than I expected. Also pre-set is an option for angle mode and the camera is easily adjusted to tilt just right for that straight tunnel vision hole shot at max speed.

How is the FPV

I have heard about these AiO cameras having issues with bad pictures but mine performs flawless. Picture is clear and as colorful as can be expected from a micro cam . 25mW is enough (and the legal limit in the USA) to fully reach as far as your transmitters micro receiver will safely go provided you have a decent antenna on the video receiving end (this is a must have).

Durability, repairs and mods for the qx95

Eachine QX95I have hammered this little guy so far, I hit a car dead nutts (it was my own), dropped out of the sky from 100+, I even take off and land in dirt. While not recommended practice for your new QX, its fun… and it’s still going. The only repair that I have needed to make was a busted motor from falling directly on the asphalt, and that was an easy swap. As far as upgrades or mods… maybe try some other props(ladybug), better battery on a quality charger is all I want right now. So far cleanflight has been a breeze, mild adjustments are all I have done but BetaFlight has more for the F3 brushed fc’s so they is a definite “must try next”.

Would I buy another qx95?

Yes, I have already ordered the Frsky version and highly recommend the qx95 over the qx80, qx90, qx100. It’s not a tinywhoop, this is a different style of flying, more like your larger 150-200mm fpv racers so you can’t be running into people, but for a very small outdoor (like backyard) race track, the qx95 is awesome and well worth the money.

Flight Controller and LED

QX95 FLIGHT CONTROLLER

5.8 VTX Channel list

qx95 vtx channels

Frysky Binding procedure

Step 1

  • Turn on the transmitter and select Mode D8 for the receiver.

QX95 Frsky binding

Step 2

  • Press and hold the F/S button on the QX95 while connecting the battery, release when you see the solid GREEN light.

QX95 Frsky binding

Step 3

  • Back to the transmitter, and go to >Receiver and click [Bind], wait for a beep from the transmitter and the QX95 will blink once. Un-plug the battery then reconnect it, proceed to the ARM/DisARM set-up.

QX95 Frsky binding

(ARM/DisARM setup)

Step 1

  • From the transmitter, and go to >MIXER and set the switch to SA or SB for channel 5 to ARM/DisARM the motors.

QX95 Frsky arm/disarm

Step 2

  • By default the QX95 is is set to AUX1 (ch5) to ARM/DisARM the motors, The default receiver Channel Map for frsky is TAER1234.

QX95 ARM/DISARM

Step 3

  • Toggle the switch and the BLUE led will light up solid, this indicates the motors are ARMED and the QX95 is ready for take-off.

QX95 ARMED

 

(ARM/DisARM setup)

Step 1

  • From the transmitter, and go to >MIXER and set the switch to SA or SB for channel 5 to ARM/DisARM the motors.

QX95 Frsky arm/disarm

Step 2

  • By default the QX95 is is set to AUX1 (ch5) to ARM/DisARM the motors, The default receiver Channel Map for frsky is TAER1234.

QX95 ARM/DISARM

Step 3

  • Toggle the switch and the BLUE led will light up solid, this indicates the motors are ARMED and the QX95 is ready for take-off.

QX95 ARMED

FlySky Binding procedure

Step 1

(Note: If you are using the FlySky I6, do not follow the printed instructions and choose AFHDS mode.)

  • Locate the receiver and peel back the plastic cover just enough to reach the pads.
  • You’ll need to set a jumper between the ground and the bind tabs (use a metal tweezer).
  • Plug in the battery while grounding the bind pin and the blue light on the receiver will blink rapidly.

qx95 flysky bind

Step 2

  • Power on your transmitter in “Bind Mode” and wait for the blue light on the QX to go solid.
  • The QX95 is now bound to your FlySky transmitter/module.

(ARM/DisARM setup)

Step 1

  • Connect to cleanflight.

Step 2

  • By default the QX95 is is set to AUX1 (ch5) to ARM/DisARM the motors, The default receiver Channel Map for flysky is AETR1234.

DSM2 Binding procedure

Step 1

  • DSM has an auto-bind feature, when the battery is connected it will immediately search for and bind to any DSM2 signal.
  • Just put your transmitter/module into bind mode and power on the QX95, wait a few seconds for the light to go solid and your are bound.

 

(ARM/DisARM setup)

Step 1

  • Connect to cleanflight.

Step 2

  • By default the QX95 is is set to AUX1 (ch5) to ARM/DisARM the motors, The default receiver Channel Map for frsky is TAER1234.

QX95 Repairs & Replacement parts

Replacement part are finally being released for the qx95, the carbon fiber frame being the main piece here that makes this kit.

 

Upgrades for the QX95

Ready to upgrade your QX95, the antenna is a great place to start followed by the battery.