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Flite Test FullSpeedRC Flight Controller & 4-in-1 ESC Stack

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This is a replacement Flite Test Flight Controller and 4-in-1 ESC Stack by Fullspeed RC, found in the Flite Test Power Pack G V2 (FLT-3050).

Features:
  • LED Programability
  • DShot 600 ESC TCP
  • Low Voltage Alarm
  • OSD
  • Alarm Function for Buzzer
  • Suspports S.Bus, PPM, DSMX
Specifications:

Flight Controller:
Dimensions:
20x20x5mm
Mounting Holes: 16x16mm
Weight: 2g
BEC: 5v @ 1A
Processor: F3
Input Voltage: 2s LiPo (7.4V)
Sensor: MPU6000

4-in-1 ESC: 
Dimensions: 20x22x5mm
Mounting Holes: 16x16mm
Weight: 2g
Firmware: BLHeli_S 16.6
Input Voltage: 2s LiPo (7.4V)
Continuous Current: 6A
Peak Current: 7A

This product was added to our catalog on February 19, 2019

Verified Owner
Saturday, May 18 2019 (6 months ago)
Flite Test FullSpeedRC Flight Controller & 4-in-1 ESC Stack
Warning - DO NOT BUY. There is incredibly little documentation about this board and it is challenging to figure out how to wire it for the FT Gremlin. I ended up frying the ESC twice.
Tuesday, Apr 30 2019 (7 months ago)
Flite Test FullSpeedRC Flight Controller & 4-in-1 ESC Stack
Note there is no documentation for these boards. I fried the ESC trying to configure. Be ware, not for new folks like me (this was my second quad build).
Verified Owner
Monday, Aug 5 2019 (3 months ago)
Flite Test FullSpeedRC Flight Controller & 4-in-1 ESC Stack
There's no instructions for this thing.

Which is surprising, as this is a low-end kit that newbies are very likely to get, like, people like us, who have no build experience.

With no videos posted, and not even any wiring diagrams, I have no idea what I'm doing.

When we contact Flite Test support, they pointed us to a different kit with similar boards, but I'm still confused about what they mean.

I want a video.

Recommend you either post a warning on the kits that there is no video available to tell you how to build it, OR, you do not release a kit unless you have a video produced to help people through.

Do not recommend you get it if you are:

A. New to drone racing
B. No video is posted on how to assemble it

Thanks