The manufacturer iFlight offers a new 3-inch micro racer capable of accommodating 4S batteries. It measures 13.6 cm diagonal of the motor motor, and is based on a 3 mm thick carbon structure for its lower part and 2 mm for its upper part. The propellers are HQProp T3*2 two-bladed HQProp mounted on 1104 to 4200KV brushless motors. To animate the whole thing, iFlight installed its SucceX F4 flight controller, flashed with Betaflight, and its 12A 4 in 1 ESC SucceX.
The FPV camera is a Caddx Turbo EOS2 1200TVL combined with a SucceX Micro VTX video transmitter. It emits with a power of 0 mW (pitmode), 25 mW, 100 mW and 200 mW, via a dipole antenna mounted on an IPEX connector. You can choose a version without a radio receiver, with a Flysky A8S receiver or a FrSky XM+ receiver. The whole weighs 65.2 grams before installing the battery (not included). iFlight recommends a 450 mAh Lipo 4S with an XT30 connector. The iFlight TurboBee 136RS is available from the Banggood store from $120.
-SucceX Micro F4 Flight controller is 2-4s Lipo Compatible
-The lightest 1104 brushless motor on the market with double ball bearings
-Light, Powerful and smooth configuration
-3mm bottom carbon fiber frame
-2mm top carbon fiber frame
-Compatible 4s Lipo/LIHV
- Frame Wheelbase: 136mm
- Build Weight: around 65.2g (without battery)
- SucceX Micro 16x16 Tower 2-4S
- BeeMotor 1104 4200KV motors with plugs
- Caddx.us Turbo Eos2 2.1mm 16:9 NTSC Lens
- HQProp T3*2 propellers
-Input voltage 2-4S LIPO
-2x UART ports
-4x motor outputs
-BEC 5V 3A cont.
-Mounting holes distance: 16*16mm
-BF target : STM32F411
-Firmware: G-H-30 BLS 16.7
-Input voltage : 2-4S LIPO
-Continuous current: 12A
-ESC protocol: PWM, oneshot125, multishot, dshot150, 300, 600, etc.
-Mounting hole 16*16mm
-Antenna interface: IPEX (UFL)
-Telemetry: IRC Tramp
-Mounting holes: 16*16mm
Recommended battery: (not included)
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