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iFlight 36*36mm SucceX F4 TwinG V2.1 2-6s STM32F405R6T6 Flight Controller Dual ICM20689 with silicon grommets M4 to M3 for FPV


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                  The SucceX F4 V2.1 TwinG // GY.RO FUSION is the NEXT-GEN flight controller you need for your next build. This FC is ready for anything with 5 uarts, 8 motor outputs, 32Mb blackbox and a powerful F4 processor to run it all.
                  With its clean intuitive layout, the SucceX F4  V2.1 TwinG makes installation a breeze with a 4 pin connector for your VTX and an 8 pin connector that allows simple plug and play connection with your 4in1 ESC.
                  But the real magic of this flight controller lies in its TWIN GY.RO configuration.
                  The TwinG uses two identical gy.ros oriented side by side with one offset 90 degrees from the other. Betaflight uses GY.RO FUSION to blend and average the information from both gy.ros to send a much cleaner signal to the PID loop controller! Less noise and fewer oscillations across the throttle band without adding any delay! Betaflight software filters can be lowered in most cases as well, which brings a significant decrease in delay.
                  With plenty of processing power and uarts, this is the perfect flight controller for GPS builds. And the TwinG configuration makes it the perfect Fc for builds like macro quads, cinematic filming rigs and x-class racers that are a bit trickier to tune.
                  TwinG Setup
                  -The Betaflight target's default setting is ‘gy.ro_to_use = both’ / fusion is active!
                  -To check the current setting, please use CLI and type ‘get gyro’ to find the responding entry.
                  -Change the settings with ‘set gy.ro_to_use = ’ and type ‘save’.
                  -To get the most reliable performance or en.counter noise, oscillation and bent props: Please use the default setting ‘both”. 
                  -For Single use, please use the debugging options to find and tune for the cleaner, but lose the dynamic fusion and averaging.
                  -BF offers the following dual debug options: dual_gy.ro_raw,, dual_gy.ro_diff, dual_gy.ro_combined.
                  -BlackboxLog explorer graph: dual_gy.ro_raw Debugging = [0] Roll Gy.ro1, [1] Pitch Gy.ro1, [2] Roll Gy.ro2, [3] Pitch Gy.ro2.
                  -The displayed graph will show the Gy.ro_Raw reading (no filters applied), both gyros can be compared.
                  FC Specifications
                  IMU:Twins IC2689, Twins Gyros built-in(SPI)
                  OSD: AT7456E
                  Blackbox: Blackbox logging device
                  5X Uarts(1 2 3 4 5)with build-in inversion
                  8X Dshot/Proshot/Oneshot output
                  8X individual ESC power/ signal pads
                  1X Group of Gnd/Vbat/M1/M2/M3/M4/Cur/TX
                  Smart audio & Tramp VTX protocol: YES(IRC Tramp)
                  WS2812 led Strip: YES
                  Beeper: YES
                  PDB Specifications
                  Input: 2-6S(5-36V)
                  BEC5V/3A cont
                  FC Firmware
                  Target: STM32F405
                  FC: IFRC/IFF4_TWIN_G(STM32F405)
                  Mounting: 30.5*30.5mm, φ4mm with Grommets φ3mm
                  Dimensions: 36*36mm
                  Weight: 6.3g
                  Package Included:
                  1x FC F405
                  4x silicon grommets M4 to M3
                  1x 8pin

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