4, 5 or 6s! Plug in and Fly - Reverb w ETHIX Cats

By maplechill on Feb 02, 2020

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Another customer build set up with voltage sensing. It will auto select the correct profile so you can plug in a 4, 5 or 6s battery and send it! Also running RPM filters with Dshot 600 and 8k/4k looptimes thanks to the F7 processor.

Slipped the motor wire covers over the CLRacing LEDs for a nice neat look and some extra protection. I had to keep it murdered out so the Runcam Eagle 2 Pro got a few coats of black spray paint.

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borg_clan2   15 days ago  

Hi, Quick question how have you got on with the Diatone F722s F50? I have the new F722s F60 Pro on route using the same motors and very similar build but using the Apex frame. Whilst the motor draw is around 40A hoping the 60A ESC board will not fry the motors

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