Phasering Nimbus

By phaserfpv on Feb 18, 2019

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Another quality quad by PhaserFPV


Part List



Flight Controller

BrainFPV RADIX Flight Controller + PB Power Board (7 builds)


T-Motor F55a Pro II 4in1 32bit BLHeli32 ESC


Rotor Riot Hypetrain VORT3X 2207 2650kv Motor V1.0


T-Motor T5150 Tri Blade Propellers CW/CCW (10 Pieces) (5 builds)

FPV Camera

Foxeer Predator Micro V4 Camera 4:3 16:9 1000TVL WDR 5-40v 1.7mm (10 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro32 Nano 5G8 V1.1 (186 builds)


TrueRC Singularity 5.8 Micro 5.8GHz Long Version Antenna (1pc) (4 builds)


TBS Crossfire Nano RX Special Edition (SE) (310 builds)


Jumper T16 Pro v2 Hall Sensor and USB C Open TX Radio Transmitter - EOL


Fatshark Dominator HDO 2 FPV Goggles FSV1123

HD Camera

GoPro Hero7 Black Video Camera GPCHDHX-701 (67 builds)

HD Camera

GoPro Hero5 Session Waterproof 4K Video Camera (197 builds)

HD Camera

GoPro HERO4 Session Video Camera GPCHDHS-102 (28 builds)

Radio Module

TBS Crossfire Long Range Tx (2 builds)

Soldering Iron

Miniware TS100 Soldering Iron with B2 Tip TS100-B2 (Includes XT60 Cable)


Hex Screw Driver Tool Kit
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M490fpv   Feb 20, 2019  

Very clean! Love the colours!

phaserfpv   Apr 14, 2020 


maricard   Mar 28, 2019  

How you like these motors?

phaserfpv   Apr 14, 2020 


Speltadelic   Jun 19, 2019  

Would you mind sharing how you wired the F55A to the Radix? I cant see a ribbon connection in your pictures.

phaserfpv   Apr 14, 2020 

Hi Speltadelic,

The harness is plugged into the F55A and the other end is cut. Each wire was then traced from the ESC and soldered to its corresponding spot on the underside of the radix.

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