The Mamba F411AIO is a flight controller board with integrated ESC. It’s designed for whoops and toothpicks, and is used in the Diatone Tina Whoop RTF.
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Features and Specs
- Supports both Betaflight and FlightONE (requires license)
- MCU: STM32 F411
- Gyro: MPU6000
- Two UART Ports
- BEC: 5V 1.5A
- Supports Betaflight OSD
- No memory for Blackbox
- Input Voltage: 2S to 4S Lipo (7V – 16.8V)
- ESC Current Rating: 13A×4 (15A burst)
- Supports Dshot 300/600 ESC Protocol
- Mounting Pattern: 25.5×25.5mm M2 holes (Whoop style FC)
- Net Weight: 5.7g
- Board size: 32×33.5×9mm
- Betaflight target: Mamba F411
- BLHeli_S ESC Firmware: G-H-30
Although this board is rated up to 4S, and it does work on 4S, but I do not recommend running 4S as it’s not as reliable as using lower voltage. I tried using 1105 5500KV motors with some 2″ props, the quad just shot up randomly uncontrolled, which might be caused by excessive noise in the gyro. You could try adding capacitors to the power pads to resolve this, the board is so small there isn’t enough space for additional filtering capacitors.
You can run either Betaflight (Free), or FlightONE FalcoX which requires a one-time license fee (paid on FlightONE website). This is pretty cool because this is perhaps the first FC made by 3rd party manufacturer that supports FlightONE firmware.
If your build has strict requirement on FC stack height, this is a good options as it integrates both FC and ESC into one single board.
I am also using this board in my Umma85 cinewhoop and it’s performing great, apart from the fact that I can only use 3S due to the reason mentioned previously.
Wiring Diagram and pin-out:
You can setup RPM filter on this FC/ESC board, follow my tutorial here, and download the firmware for “G-H-30”.