BetaFPV Toothpick F4 V3 2-4S AIO Whoop Flight Controller w/ 20A 4in1 ESC - XT30
The V3 version has all the function of V2 board, also add the following 2 additional function.
- Add 8M Flash chip for Betaflight Black Box.
- 3 full UARTs (UART1, UART2 and UART6) are available in the V3 version. Pilots could use one UART for DJI digital FPV unit or Caddx Vista digital FPV unit and the other UART for external receiver like TBS Crossfire.
The V2 board only have one full UART and could not support DJI digital FPV VTX.
For a new generation of toothpick drone，this new AIO Brushless FC can handle 20A continuous current(25A burst), which is the first 20A All-in-one FC on the market. Compared to FC / ESC Stacks design, this board provided with massive levels of performance capability while still maintain ultralight only 6.63g. Breaking through the limit of toothpick power, exploring more possibilities in 3''-4'' drones. This board is your best choice to DIY your own toothpick drone that is tailored to your requirements.
Here is a video of detailed introduction for 20A AIO FC, made by Jon E5 FPV.
- This new board can handle 20A continuous current(25A burst), which is the first 20A All-in-one FC on the market
- Comes with 4*Motor Pluggable Pins and Not Pre-solder in default, fits your needs of self-assembly best
- Compatible with 120X, 130X, 140X motors, and 1505 motors
- USB port is mounted on the side, you have more possibilities of mounting it while still maintaining access to the USB port
- All of the solder pads are at the edge of FC, which is a convenience to solder
- Double-sided motor solder pad. Pins pad and wires pad are both built-in for motors connection
- Integrated with a Betaflight MATEKF411 processor FC, Betaflight OSD, F4 MCU, and 20A ESC, support 2-4S battery
- Integrated 24 single N-channel MosFETs chips on 20A AIO FC board, which has a lower inner resistance. 12A AIO FC board adopts 12 dual MosFETs chips instead. Current sensor included.
Support connect with motors via connectors or solder directly Mounting Pattern and Real Holes of Mounting Holes
This board comes with standard 26.5x26.5mm mounting holes, which can install easily in most whoop and toothpick frames.
- Motors: 1505 Motors and 1404 Motors
- Propellers: HQ 3020 2-Blade Prop / HQ 3030 3-Blade Prop / HQ 4025 2-Blade Propellers
- CPU: STM32F411CEU6 (100MHZ)
- Six-Axis: MPU6000 (SPI connection)
- Size: 32.5*32.5mm (26.5mm mounting holes)
- Firmware version: Betaflight MATEKF411 (BETAFPVF411)
- OSD: Built-in BetaFlight OSD (OSD chip: AT7456E)
- Receiver: Support Frsky XM/XM+ Receiver/ Futaba Receiver/ Flysky Receiver/ TBS Crossfire Receiver/DSMX Receiver
- Support programmable LED like WS2812 etc
- Built-in current sensor
- Weight: 6.63g
- Support BLheli/BLHELI_S suite Pass-through ready
- Support PWM, Oneshot125, Oneshot42, Multishot, Dshot150, Dshot300, Dshot600
- Input voltage: 2S-4S Lipo
- Continuous current: 20A
- Peak current: 25A
- Firmware: BLHELI_S
- Motor Connectors: 1.25mm header pins connector
- 1x Toothpick F4 20A AIO 2-4S brushless flight controller
- 1x Cable Pigtail (XT30)
- 4x M2x10mm screws
- 4x M2 nuts
- 4x Anti-vibration rubber dampers
- 4x Motor Pluggable Pins
HOW TO CONNECT THE EXTERNAL RX TO TOOTHPICK 20A AIO FC V2
Here is the connection diagram with Frsky XM+ receiver.
Here is the connection diagram with FS-RX2A receiver.
Here is the connection diagram with Futaba-X-BOSS AC900 receiver.
Here is the connection diagram with TBS Crossfire receiver.
Here is the connection diagram with DSMX FullSpeed receiver.
There are 3 LEDs on the bottom of the board to indicate the status, including Receiver LED ( Green), FC Status LED ( Blue ) and FC Power LED ( Red ).
|Mode LED (Green)||Solid||Horizon Mode/ Angle Mode|
|Mode LED (Green)||Extinguished||Acro Mode|
|Power LED (Red)||Solid||Power on|
|Status LED (Blue)||Solid||Motor Armed|
Built-in CURRENT METER
You could get a more accurate current value without using the virtual current meter. In order to use this current sensor hardware, some configurations in Betaflight GUI are needed. In the "Power & Battery" tab:
Note: You may need to slightly adjust offset at Amperage Meter after connecting electronic components, such as VTX, camera, and motor.
Then when flying, you could find the real current value from the OSD information. Of course, the current sensor is configured well in the factory and you do not need to change it as usual.
Know more about current sensor and calibration.