Holybro released a new version of the Kakute F7, the V1.5! In this post we are going to take a look what’s new and whether you should upgrade from the predecessor.
Here are some of the best flight controllers (FC) for mini quads and racing drones running Betaflight, KISS and Raceflight firmware.
My favourite FC – the CLRacing F7 has been upgraded to V2. In addition to the improvements they also released two versions, DUAL Gyro and MPU6000! Everyone’s happy!
The Diatone Mamba F4 Nano Stack (134) is a 16x16mm flight controller stack that support 2S to 4S LiPo voltage input. Build quality looks awesome!
Looking for a nano 16x16mm flight controller stack for your next micro quad? Check out the iFlight Succex F4 Micro Stack which has been around long enough to prove itself a reliable option.
The Crazybee F4 Whoop FC is designed by Happymodel, originally for brushless Tiny Whoops but are now also used in ultra-light micro quads, such as my favourite Sailfly. It’s a compact and light weight solution, as the radio receiver, FC and 4in1 ESC are all integrated into one single board.
Diatone’s latest Mamba F7 stacks look awesome! I am seriously considering them as now one of the best FC and 4in1 ESC combos on the market. There are two versions, the Mini stack (20x20mm) and Super stack (30.5×30.5mm).
Are you having trouble with motor outputs on a flight controller? One of the motors just doesn’t spin when you arm the quad? In this post I will share some experience how to troubleshoot and fix “dead” motor outputs on an FC.
The Frsky R9MM FC is basically the Airbot OmniNXT F7 with a built-in R9MM receiver. I am going to test it and find out what the advantages are. I will also show you how to update receiver firmware.
Although I do think the naming/marketing is a bit misleading, the Binary F10, nevertheless, is an interesting new flight controller. It is faster than any other existing FC on the market because it can run 32K PID loop at the lowest CPU utilization.