CrossFire Whoop

By t.12.01cm on Oct 19, 2017

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CrossFire version Tiny Whoop

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Part List

Frame

COCKROACH Super-Durable frame - NOW IN COLORS! (14 builds)
Tinywhoop.com
$3.99

Flight Controller

F3 Brushed Flight Controller (NO Receiver + OSD) (5 builds)
Betafpv.com
$26.99

Motors

6x15mm 19500KV Brushed Motors (2CW+2CCW) (7 builds)
Betafpv.com
$12.99

Propellers

Propeller Set - Props for Tiny Whoop (3 builds)
Tinywhoop.com
$3.99

FPV Camera

H02 AIO Camera 5.8G 25mW VTX OSD (6 builds)
Betafpv.com
$16.99

Receiver

TBS Crossfire Micro Receiver V2 (276 builds)
Team-blacksheep.com
$34.95
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sputnik378   Apr 27, 2018  

This is my FC

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t.12.01cm   May 07, 2018 

You can connect with RC-IN
But I can not use RSSI

sputnik378   Oct 13, 2018 

how would I do that?

modeminho   May 22, 2018  
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do u have the crossfire wired to PPM and uart2 ?

t.12.01cm   May 22, 2018 

No
I can not do that

modeminho   May 22, 2018 

so how did u wire it up ?

t.12.01cm   May 22, 2018 
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Connect Ch.Out 1 of crossfire to UART of FC.
You can fly betaflight if you set it with CRSF or SBUS
Please also set it in TX

sputnik378   Apr 27, 2018  

How did you wire in the Crossfire?

MrCookie   Jan 24, 2018  

What kinda battery do you use with this? Have you looked at the H03 AIO camera? What's your flight time with this? Are the motors louder or about the same as a stock Whoop drone?

t.12.01cm   Jan 24, 2018 

https://www.tinywhoop.com/collections/batteries/products/tiny-whoop-hv-1s-battery-powerwhoop-connector-type-for-tiny-whoop
This is the battery
Flight time is 2 minutes 30 seconds to 3 minutes
I have never used H03, I think it's heavy
I feel heavy but the motor is fine
Does BeeBrain v2 do that?

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