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FPV Drone Flight Controller

  • EMAX TinyHawk II AIO Flight Controller ESC/VTX/RX

    Original price $74.99 - Original price $74.99
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    Spare replacement EMAX TinyHawk II AIO.Check out all our TinyHawk parts, and EMAX gear! Includes 1x EMAX TinyHawk II AIO Flight Controller ESC/VT...

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    Original price $74.99 - Original price $74.99
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  • EMAX Tinyhawk 3 1-2S F4 AIO Flight Controller 5A ESC 25/100/200mW VTX

    Original price $89.99 - Original price $89.99
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    Replacement all-in-one flight controller and ESC for the Tinyhawk 3. Standard 26x26 whoop mounting pattern for DIY builds. Check out the rest of th...

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  • Emax Nanohawk 1S F4 AIO Flight Controller w/ 5A 8Bit 4in1 ESC & 25mW VTX - MPU6000

    Original price $49.99 - Original price $49.99
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    This is a spare replacement part for the EMAX BNF Nanohawk 1S Brushless Analog Whoop! Also a great choice for building your own whoops! Check out a...

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The flight controller connects everything else on your drone and keeps them all working towards one singular goal, making sure your flight goes smoothly. From distributing the power to various peripherals to calculating just how smooth your next juicy flick will be. Your FPV Drone's flight controller is always at work whenever you are in flight. The processor in an FPV drone motors FC will choose how quickly it can process information, as well as how much information can be processed at once. And the number of UARTs decides how many peripherals you can attach at one time. An added barometer will allow you to gather extra data.