Brushed F3 Evo Flight controller

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No receiver included with this board - but connect up one of the mini Furious Frsky RX and use it with your Taranis
Print your frame to suit and have a great Tiny Whoop Experience with all the features of Betaflight / Cleanflight
Includes Esc's on the board - just ad motors and receiver.
SP RACING F3_EVO_Brush brush flight control through indoor Coreless
1, F3_EVO_Brush revision is out of the F3 EVO SP RACING based on is based on a SP RACING F3 EVO firmware 32 brush flight control.
2, the flight control support 1S (4.2V) and 2S (8.4V) power supply, 2S power can bring flying experience more violence
3, using STM32F303CCT6 + MPU6500, advanced hardware platform F3 guarantee more stable flight
4, with a large current NMOS transistors, operating current of up to 10A or more. Each machine is equipped with freewheeling diodes.
5, support for PPM, SBUS, DSM receiver input signal.
6, with battery voltage detection and buzzer interface.
7, PCBA dimensions are: 22MM * 32.5MM, PCB thickness: 1.2MM.
Considerations before applying power: battery voltage selection, the default shipping is 1S (4.2V); 2S first need to disconnect the short contacts 1S, 2S and then connect two pads short. Prohibit the same three pads shorted together.
Receiver configuration:
1, DSM DSM receiver soldered directly to the interface 3.3V, GND, RX3, CF the software configuration UART3.
2, PPM and SBUS receiver welded to the UART2 GND, + 5V, RX2 above, SBUS signal CF in the software configuration UART2.


SKU 1140
Shipping Weight 0.0100kg

Flies very nicely, may be hard to set up.

14 April 2017
There are better brushed flight controllers out there for a cheaper price, but it can be argued that this one is more reliable, seeing as it hasn't burst into flames yet. When I got mine, I had a similar board (clone, with a few differences) that was very easy to flash. I tried multiple computers but none of them could pick this board up in DFU mode. I tried Zadig, as well as a few other methods of getting it flashed but none worked. If you encounter the same issue, you can flash it using DfuSe in the same way you flash the KISS flight controller. Once everything was wired up, and I highly recommend wiring your non-Spektrum receiver to UART2, not UART1, it flies very well. I have not tried it on 2S, but 1S works nicely. It has onboard voltage monitoring, which is completely useless unless you're using telemetry or an OSD. I recommend this flight controller for brushed builds.

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