We are attending the WDC in Turkey until Sept 23rd, all orders will be shipped on the 24th Sept when we return
Nameless Rc have really broken the mold with this seriously upgraded fc
Input Voltage: 2-4S Lipo or 2- 4S HV Lipo
Size: 33×33mm (mounting hole 26.5mm)
Weight: 4.7g (W/O battery wire)
Capacitance & Buzzer pad built-in
Connect your motors via connectors or solder them in directly
Compatible with most frames
Max 4S Lipo HV battery, with Current meter
F411 Flight Controller, BEC 5V 2.5A
Inverted and non-inverted SBUS port
Built-in 5V 2.5A BEC with LC filter
OSD: Built-in BetaFlight OSD
Receiver: Support DSM2/X receiver, Frsky XM/XM+ Receiver, Frsky R9M -Futaba
Receiver, Flysky Receiver, TBS Crossfire Receiver
Support programmable LED
Built-in current sensor
Power supply: 2-4S LiPo/LiPo HV (7.4v/17.4v)
Continue current: 12A
Peak current: 15A
Motor Connectors: 1.25mm header pins connector
Default protocol: DShot600
This board was developed by NamelessRC in collaboration with KababFPV. The original concept was to use the more recent and surprisingly powerful AIO brushless whoop boards for a more traditional setup. Unfortunately, these boards are not convenient to be used for such a build style. Since then, there have been numerous products that have pushed the power of these boards higher and higher but the actual usability of the board has been completely neglected.
Among other things, the board mounts just like any whoop board but the edges are slightly longer to make these solder pads accessible under other board that may be mounted on top of the AIO board.
Recommended use is within the 2S-3S range with an 1103-1304 size motor and no more than a 3” prop.
I have had them prefitted with XT30 that has a capacitor included already, there is no need to have the capacitor sticking out the side of the fc now. User manual can be found here
NOTE : These do not come with a receiver you will need to choose one appropriate for your transmitter.