DYS F4 FC, F30A and F20A 4in1 ESC

DYS, known as quality products manufacturer, released their first F4 Flight Controller, F30A 1in1 ESC and F20A 4in1 ESC. One of the most interesting features – these two components have interconnection sockets and can be staked one on another without any wire connection. This allows tight and neat installation. Despite beeing a pair, that fits one another, they can be used separately – FC has tabs for separate ESC’s and 4in1 ESC have separate PWM inputs for all 4 ESC’s.

F4 FC

F30A 4in1 30A ESC

 

F20A 4in1 20A ESC

Stacked one on another

 

 

 

Check availability @ Banggood. F4 FC: www.banggood.com/DYS-30_5x30_5mm-Omnibus-F4-Flight-Control-Integrated-with-OSD-5V-BEC-and-Current-Sensor-p-1136875.html

F30A 4in1 ESC: www.banggood.com/DYS-F30A-30amp-4-in-1-BLHeli_S-ESC-2-4S-BB2-BEC-5V12V-3A-Dshot600-Oneshot125-Oneshot42-Multishot-p-1143250.html

F20A 4in1 ESC: www.banggood.com/DYS-F20A-20amp-4-in-1-BLHeli_S-ESC-2-4S-BB2-Supports-Dshot600-Oneshot125-Oneshot42-Multishot-p-1129473.html

F4 Flight Controller
Specifications:
Pre flash Betaflight 3.1.6 OMNIBUSF4 firmware
STM32F405 GRT6
PCB 3OZ copper
BEC 5V 3A output
Stackable with DYS F Series ESC. ( DYS 4in1 F20A ESC)
OSD included
MAX 150A current capacity
Support smartaudio
Configurable TBS VTX, radio frequency. (Including up coming DYS VTX)
Support 3-6S lipo battery
Weight 11.2g

30A 4-in-1 F30A esc
Specifications:
– Continue current: 30A Burst Current: 35A up to 10S
– Input voltage: 3-6s Lipo
– BEC output: 5V/12  3A
– Weight: 12.95g (doesn’t include cable and connector)
– Firmware: BLHeli_S
– Support Dshot150/300/600, Oneshot125/42, Multishot, PWM
– Size: 40*30.5mm
– With UAV conformal coating

20A 4-in-1 F20A esc
Specifications:
– Continue Current: 20A, Burst Current: 25A up to 10S
– Input Voltage: 2-4S Lipo
– BEC Output: 5V/12 3A
– Firmware: BLHeli_S
– Support Dshot150/300/600, Oneshot125/42, Multishot, PWM
– Main IC: EMF8BB21F16G SILABS, 8bit C8051, run 50MHz
– Size: 36*36*8mm
– Weight: 21g(include cable and connector)

 

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