A comparison chart of the currently available flight controllers for Inductrix Tiny Whoop and Eachine E010 size brushed micro quadcopters.
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.
The BeeBrain V1 is the first custom designed flight controller to fit the Blade Inductrix (AKA Tiny Whoop). It can run both Cleanflight and Betaflight, allowing the user to adjust PID and fly in full rate mode.
I wanted to review this Eachine TX01 VTX/Camera combination, because it can potentially be used on brushed micro quads such as the Tiny Whoop, and only half the price as a FX797/FX798.
In this article we will check out some upgrade parts for the Tiny Whoop from NewBeeDrone – the StingerVision FX798SC FPV setup, and Nitro Nectar Lipo batteries.
In this post we are going to explore the possibility of binding the Eachine E010 to a proper radio transmitter for better stick control.
In this post I will share 3 modifications I have done on the Eachine E010, hoping to make it fly better. Not all of them worked though but it was nice to try different ideas :)
The Eachine E010 is an affordable Inductrix Clone, with the same mod you can turn it into something similar to a Tiny Whoop, but much cheaper.
Tiny Whoop is great, but how about running Betaflight or Cleanflight on it? Now it’s possible and there is more than one option.
Whoopee is probably the best thing I have created with my 3D printer so far :) It flies really really well indoor, and it’s not hard to build.
Whoopee is a “Tiny Whoop” like, 3D printed micro quad frame. It’s designed to fit 8.5mm motors and many Cleanflight-compatible FC. Whoopee’s 3D printing files are free to download, you can also purchase it from us.
Tiny Whoop became very popular in recent months, so we jumped onto the hype train, and looked into how to build a Tiny Whoop Inductrix micro quad :)