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Holybro Kakute F7 Flight Controller & Atlalt HV V2 40CH VTX & 65A BL_32 Tekko32 F3 Metal 4in1 ESC Combo for RC Drone


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                  Holybro Kakute F7 Flight Controller & Atlalt HV V2 40CH VTX & 65A BL_32 Tekko32 F3 Metal 4in1 ESC Combo 

                  Brand Name: Holybro
                  Item Name: F7 FC & 65A 4in1 ESC & 5.8G 40CH VTX Stack Combo
                  Stack Height: 26mm

                  Kakute F7 Flight Controller ( Manual )

                  Item name: Kakute F7 
                  MCU: STM32F745 32-bit processor
                  IMU: ICM20689 (SPI)
                  Barometer: BMP280
                  USB VCP Driver (all UARTs usable simultaneously; USB does not take up a UART) 6 hardware UARTS (UART1,2,3,4,6,7)
                  All UARTS support hardware inversion. SBUS, SmartPort, and other inverted protocols work on any UART without “uninvert hack”.
                  Supports serial receivers (SBUS, iBus, Spektrum, Crossfire) only. PPM and PWM receivers are not supported.
                  TF card for Blackbox logging
                  Dimensions: 35x41x7mm (includes foam-mounted gyro board in height)
                  Mounting Holes: Standard 30.5mm square to center of holes
                  Weight: 9g

                   Atlalt HV V2 40CH VTX   ( Manual)

                  Item Name: 5.8G 40CH 25/200/500/800mW FPV Transmitter
                  Model:  Atlatl HV V2
                  Transmitting Output Power: 25mW/ 200mW/ 500mW/ 800mW Switchable
                   Audio:  6 MHz + 6.5 MHz Mono
                  Antenna Connector: MMCX
                  Input Voltage: 7-28V (2-6S Lipo)
                  Dimension: 35(L)x 25(W)x 7(H)mm 
                  Mounting Hole: 30.5×30.5mm
                  Weight: 9.3g

                  Tekko32 F3 Metal 4in1 ESC

                  Model: Tekko32F3 Metal 
                  Item Name: 65A BL_32 32Bit DShot1200 4 in 1 ESC
                  Con. Current: 65A
                  Peak Current: 80A
                  Input Voltage: 4-6S Lipo Support
                  Ext. cap needed for 6s (470uf 35v for 6s usage)
                  – F3(M4 Core) MCU, Runs BLHELI32 firmware, the MCU works at 108Mhz
                  Size: 42x42mm
                  Mounting Hole: 30.5×30.5mm
                  Weight: 12g
                  1. The air flow is very import if you want to run this 4in1 in high current.
                  2. The input cable(from lipo to 4in1), should be good soldered, and at least 12AWG
                  3. Please use non-metallic isolation standoffs (marked in red in the diagram above) for the mounting holes on the ESC.
                      Because mounting holes and motor pad are connected.
                  – The 4in1 has onboard analog current sensor, and TLM function(then no current reading over TLM)
                  – Using metal case mosfet for better Heat dissipation
                  – BLheli_32 firmware, support Oneshot, Multishot, Dshot150, DShot300, DShot600 and DShot1200


                  Package Included:
                  1x Kakute F7 Flight Controller
                  1x Atlalt HV V2 5.8G FPV Transmitter

                  1x 80mm SMA–MMCX Cable
                  1x 150mm 4pin JST GH wire 

                  1x Tekko32 F3 Metal 4in1 ESC 
                  1x 470uF 35V Electrolytic Capacitor
                  1x 8pin to 8pin 1mm pitch 65mm Cable
                  1x 8pin to 8pin 1mm pitch 25mm Cable

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