AirBladeUAV Transformer Mini 4in

By AlderBoyFPV on May 03, 2020

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AirBladeUAV Transformer Mini 4in. 131g without lipo. 218g with 750mah 4s. Good for a solid 8min of long range cruising in HD.

Using the BetaFPV AIO 20A V3, AirBladeUAV Superman 1404/3850kv motors with BetaFlight 4.1.6, RPM Filters and a tune from Stew Alcock.

Follow this guide, but instead of using the JESC Firmware (that costs a small amount), use the free JazzMaverick Firmware.

BetaFPV AIO Guide:
http://support.betafpv.com/support/solutions/articles/27000059877-how-to-flash-esc-firmware-to-jesc-firmware

JazzMaverick Firmware (G_H_25_REV16_73.HEX):
https://github.com/JazzMaverick/BLHeli/blob/JazzMaverick-patch-1/BLHeli_S%20SiLabs/Hex%20files%20%2016.73/G_H_25_REV16_73.HEX

Stew's PIDs & Filters are in the photo gallery.

Quick flight video: https://www.instagram.com/p/B_vnEBvFGW7/

Photos

Part List

Frame

AirBlade Transformer Mini 4 inch Long Range (2 builds)
Airbladeuav.com
$29.99

Flight Controller

BetaFPV Toothpick F4 20A AIO Flight Controller 2S-4S (6 builds)
Airbladeuav.com
$62.99

Motors

4 x AirBlade Superman AB 1404 Brushless Motors (43 builds)
Airbladeuav.com
$51.96

Propellers

HQ Prop T4X2.5 Durable Prop (4 builds)
Airbladeuav.com
$2.99

FPV Camera

Caddx Vista (18 builds)
Caddxfpv.com
$149.00

Batteries

GNB 850 mAh 4S 14.8V 80C/160C XT30 (4 builds)
Airbladeuav.com
$18.49
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