The Dock-King from FuriousFPV is a ground station that houses the True-D diversity module. It uses better algorithm to improve video signal from the True-D receiver module.
My favorite FPV Goggles receiver firmware, Achilles, is finally making their own diversity RX module! I really like the performance of the firmware, and now there are some really exciting new features in this module so I am really looking forward to testing it.
It’s very unfortunate that FuriousFPV has discovered a hardware design flaw in their popular True-D V3 module. If you’ve already bought this receiver module, you can follow this tutorial to fix it. Furious has promised to fix this in any future module they sell.
While I’ve been using the original True-D diversity modules, I have to say that Furious FPV has just made it even better with the True-D V3 after using it for a few days.
Moskito70 is a BNF 70mm micro quadcopter made by Furious FPV. It’s one of the smallest racing drone running brushless motors. In this review we’ll look at the construction, quality and performance.
I am just trying to install the AcroWhoop FC on the Eachine E010 micro quad, so I can bind the Taranis directly with this quad and fly in full Acro mode.
Nuke FC is probably one of the smallest F3 brushed flight controller out there at the moment. It’s tiny yet packed with great features and powerful FETs.
I am giving the Dronehaus Mach5 mini quad frame a try. Building this quad with the FuriousFPV Radiance FC and Aikon SEFM 20A ESC’s.
The Radiance FC is a new line of stand-alone flight controller by FuriousFPV, a company that is known for the insane amount of innovation they have been coming up with the last few months.
Tiny Whoop is great, but how about running Betaflight or Cleanflight on it? Now it’s possible and there is more than one option.
The Kombini FC is developed by FuriousFPV. It’s a PDB integrated F3 flight controller.