SucceX-E Mini F4 35A 2-6S Flight Stack (MPU6000)
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Product SKU: 6A-6918
SucceX-E Mini F4 Specifications:
-Input voltage：2-6S,MAX 8S
-Size:27*27mm /20*20mm φ3 mounting
- Weight: 4g
- Mounting hole：20*20mm，φ3mm
SucceX-E mini 35A 4in1 ESC Specification:
- Dimension: 31*30mm
- Mounting Holes: 20*20mm/Φ3mm
- Weight: 6.9g
- Supports 2-6S Lipo input
- 35A per channel, 40A burst
- Current sensor: YES
- BEC: NO
- Telemetry: NO
- Supports: DShot DShot150/300/600/MultiShot/ OneShot etc.
- Target: G-H-30 BLS 16.7
-BLHeliSuite download: http://www.mediafire.com/file/1tn449x6815upat/BLHeliSuite16714901.zip/file
-1pc x SucceX-E mini F4 Flight controller
-1pc x SucceX-E mini 35A 4in1 ESC
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The ESC is very good, and with upgrading to JESC on 48kHz the smoothness is right up there with 4-in-1 ESCs that cost more than this whole stack. I have some reservations about running this on 5" with 6S on mid-KV motors, but 6S 2250KV is hard on everything. Practically, 5S 2650KV does work on these, and that's more than any sane person requires - 5S 2250KV and 4S 2650KV works completely brilliantly for me. On 3", 6S is not problematic at all, and the stack weight isn't an issue for running these with 1407/1408/1507 setups.
The only real limitation I consider is the M2 bolt sizing - it's possible to cram an M3 bolt through, but requires removing the gummies, or doing something impressive to jam that together - I personally gave up and used M2 hardware, which does require some effort to tension the stack down, but that is something I wish had a better solution. The included clear plastic nuts aren't really up to the task for that either.
To configure the current sensor, just set up the ADC Onboard Current sensor, and for Betaflight set the calibration (iBatA_Scale) to 100 (per manual - I personally run 96 since that's where my calibration put me - but really close).
Documentation is really excellent as well, iFlight has done a great job in that regard for this stack. Running Betaflight 4.1 and newer with RPM Telemetry on the ESC (4k/4k/DSHOT300) the performance of this setup is amazing, and despite being a budget item, my racing quads built with these just folded in with my unlimited budget racers because they're so good - https://rotorbuilds.com/build/21176