TMotor F7 HD Flight Controller Features and Specifications:
The TMotor F7 Flight Controller HD edition is a state-of-the-art device designed specifically to work in harmony with the DJI HD FPV System. This advanced flight controller is built to offer maximum performance and convenience, eliminating the need for any soldering. With its seamless compatibility, users can now experience the ultimate ease of use with the simple plug-and-play feature when using the DJI HD System.
No more complicated installations or wiring, the T-Motor F7 Flight Controller HD edition is designed to be user-friendly and make flying with the DJI HD FPV System a breeze. The team at T-Motor has put a great deal of effort into ensuring this device meets the highest standards of quality and reliability. With its advanced features and exceptional compatibility, the T-Motor F7 Flight Controller HD edition is the perfect choice for anyone looking for a smooth and seamless flying experience with the DJI HD FPV System.
TMotor F7 HD Flight Controller Specifications:
- Brand name: T-motor
- Item name: F7 HD Flight Controller
- MCU: STMF722RET6
- Gyro: MPU6000
- RAM: onboard 16Mb
- Input Voltage: 12V-25-2V (3-6S)
- BEC: 5V/2A(Receiver), 10V/2A(VTX)
- Dimensions: 37mm x 37mm
- Mounting Holes: 30.5mm x 30.5mm
- Firmware Target: TMOTORF7 (Betaflight)
- Weight: 8.4g
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1S = 1 cell = 3.7V
2S = 2 cells = 7.4V
3S = 3 cells = 11.1V
4S = 4 cells = 14.8V
5S = 5 cells = 18.5V
6S = 6 cells = 22.2V
For example, we call a 14.8V battery a “4-cell” or “4S” battery.
LiPo battery is designed to operate within a safe voltage range, from 3V to 4.2V. Discharging below 3V could cause irreversible performance loss and even damage to the battery. Overcharging above 4.2V could be dangerous and eventually cause a fire.
However, it’s advisable to stop discharging when it reaches 3.5V for battery health reasons. For example for a 3S Lipo, the max voltage is 12.6V, and you should land when the voltage reaches 10.5V (at 3.5V per cell).