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Beta75X BNF 2S Brushless Whoop - CRSF/FrSky/Flysky/Spektrum/PNP
Beta75X BNF 2S Brushless Whoop - CRSF/FrSky/Flysky/Spektrum/PNP


 
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Our Price: $184.99 CAD

Product Code: BETAFPV-BETA75X


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Beta75X BNF 2S Brushless Whoop - CRSF/FrSky/Flysky/Spektrum/PNP



Parts Updated
  • ESC is upgraded from 6A to 10A. Definitely gives your 2s whoop drone much more POWER.
  • FC board is upgraded to V1.2. It can support programable LED like WS2812 etc. The LED holder is designed on the 75X frame nowadays. But there's no LED holder on the 65X frame.
  • LED board is now added to 75X.



This is a new era for Whoop drones. 2S Whoop drone has the power to fly real acro, like a larger quad, but is still small enough, safe enough, and quiet enough to fly anywhere. Beta75X and Beta65X. X is for "eXtreme".

NOTE: This is the XT30 version!



FEATURES
  • Beta75X start a new era of 2S whoop drones. With a big improvement in power, you could fly real acro, like a larger quad, but is still small enough, safe enough, and quiet enough to fly anywhere.
  • With the high performance STM32F405 processor FC boards and tuned Betaflight Omnibus 3.5.0 firmware, everyone could fly the Beta75X drone like a racing professor.
  • Durable and light enough frame is customized for the Beta75X. A total weight of 41g give pilots a good balance of weight and nice punch on a 2S battery.
  • Pre-built so soldering or tinkering necessary. Super-light 1103-11000KV motors with cable connectors. Just plug and play.
  • 300mAh 2S high rate battery is recommended.



SPECIFICATIONS
  • Weight: 41g (without battery)
  • Motors: 1103 11000KV with connector
  • Props: 40mm 4-blades props, 1.5mm shaft hole
  • Camera tilt angle: 35 degree
  • Recommend battery: 300mAh 2S battery
  • Receiver Option: Frsky XM+ / FullSpeed DSMX / Flysky


FC SPECIFICATIONS
Find more details about this 2S F4 FC board in another page.
  • CPU: STM32F405
  • Six-Axis: MPU6000
  • Size: 26mm x 26mm, whoop mounting pattern
  • Firmware version: Betaflight OMNIBUSF4SD (OBSD) 3.5.0
  • OSD: Built-in BetaFlight OSD (STM32 controls OSD chip over SPI in DMA mode)
  • Smart Audio port is available for radio control VTX


ESC SPECIFICATIONS
Find more details about this 2S ESC board in another page.
  • Support BLheli/BLHELI_S suite Pass-through ready
  • Dshot600 in default
  • Input voltage: 2S lipo
  • Cotinue current: 6A
  • Peak current: 10A
  • Firmware: BLHELI_S
  • Processor: SILABS EFM8BB21F16G


Z02 AIO Camera VTX
Find more details about this AIO Z02 camera VTX in another page. On the Beta75X, it is the customed version with VTX board and camera board split.
  • Output power: 0mW, 25mW and 200mW (Adjustable)
  • Smart Audio function is included for radio control
  • Antenna: Dipole ANT
  • Frequency: 5.8GHz 6 bands 48 channels, with Raceband: 5362~5945MHz
  • TV System: NTSC
  • Field of view: 100-120 degrees with 1/4 lens


PROPS OUT
The Beta75X drone comes with "props out" in default. Why we need "props out" direction?
Default Betaflight props direction, quadcopter dips and "washes out" in hard corners. With reversed props or "props out", no more dipping even in hardest cornering.




POWER CABLE
There are 2 choices for the Beta75X battery. For the best performance, we recommend a 2S 300mAh battery with XT30 connector. If you already have many 1S whoop style batteries and want to use them on the Beta75X drone, then we also provide a PH 2.0 option for you. The two 300mAh Lipo HV 1S batteries can be inserted into the slot with the help of an adapter, as seen below.


CUSTOMIZED Z02
The AIO camera VTX on the Beta75X is a customed version of Z02. The VTX board and camera board are split and 35 degree camera mount for more fast flying. At the same time, it have all the other function of the Z02 camera, like output power switchable between 0mW, 25mW and 200mW. Smart audio is available for VTX remote control in default.

How to change the frequency or output power via remote control, please check the manual Smart Audio.

Download the STL file for the camera mount.



FAQ
1. About the LED at the rear for Beta75X
For the moment, the FC board doesn't support programable LED like WS2812 etc. The LED holder is designed on the frame nowadays. So we will update the FC board on the next version and release the suitable LED board.
Note: there is NO rear LED holder for Beta65X in default.

2. I am interested in connecting an HD camera and DVR, but I don't want to overload the circuit of 5V.
The 5V regulator on the FC board could handle 2A of load. So you could use it for HD camera or DVR board. More details, please check the FC board page.

3. Does this drone have current sensor?
This drone does NOT have a real current sensor. We use the virtual current meter in Betaflight. When properly calibrated, it can be accurate enough to be useful. Here is the pre-calibrated value out of the box.
set current_meter = VIRTUAL
set ibatv_scale = 90
set ibatv_offset = 29

4. How to connect the receiver to the 2S brushless FC?
Please don't forget to plug the battery when you try to connect the connector to the 2S brushless FC. Find out more details in our support page.

5. Cli Dump for different versions of the 2S Whoop are provided in our support page.


PACKAGE CONTENTS
  • 1 x Beta75X BNF 2S Whoop Quadcopter (XT30 Version!)
  • 1 x Spare 40mm 4-blades props (2CW+2CCW)
  • 1 x 300mAh 2S 35C-70C battery (Not for PNP version)
  • 1 x Spare Canopy

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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Feel the Power December 28, 2018
Reviewer: Brendon from Winnipeg  
To quote Uncle Ben "With great power comes great responsbility" This is maybe not the best for in your house/small spaces, it can be done but it takes practice (and a 70% throttle limit) But in larger indoor spaces this thing is awesome. Pros: tough frame, lots of power, 25/200mw. Cons: fragile canopy, not a great camera, yaw washouts in certain manovers
For me totally worth the price, the stick time and practice i have gotten is much more applicable to the bigger brushless quads than the last gen brushed tiny whoops

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