Iflight BLITZ F7 Stack (F7 V1.1 + 55A 4in1 ESC)

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  • Model : BF12010
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FC // BLITZ F7 V1,1 Flight Controller

Top Features:

- Improved circuit design, better components and lower electrical noise!
- DJI HD VTX Connector (Plug-and-Play / No soldering required)
- FC indicator LEDs for visual debugging
- With LC filter

Changelog:
- 2022/Feb: Version updated to V1.1 / Gyro changed to Bosch BMI270 due to availability & price issues with MPU6000.

Specifications:
MCU: STM32 F722
Gyro: BMI270
Barometer: DPS310
OSD Chip: AT7456E
Flash: 32MB (Blackbox flash)
UARTS: 6
Motor outputs: 4x (SH1.0 connector)
I2C serial: SDA / SLA pads
Smartaudio / IRC Tramp VTX protocol supported
LED controller: Yes
Beeper pad: Yes
Firmware target: IFRC-IFLIGHT_BLITZ_F722
Mount pattern: 30.5*30.5mm / 4mm PCB hole diameter
Dimensions: 36.5*35 mm
Weight: 7.8g
BEC: 5V 2.5A / 9V 2A

Wiring suggestion:
- UART 1 for VTX HD / Analog
- UART 2 for a Receiver
- UART 3/4/5 for GPS or other sensors that require a serial port
- UART 6 for ESC Telemetry

Tips
1. F722 MCU has an inner inverter.
2. SBUS?CRSF?ELRS?IBUS?DSM ETC... can be connected to any unused UART_RX?we suggest you connect to Uart_RX2
3. Frsky SmartPort?Tramp & Smartaudio can be connected to any unused UART_TX?we suggest you connect to Uart_TX1
4. F.port can be connected to any unused UART_TX?we suggest you connect to Uart_TX2

ESC // BLITZ E55 4-IN-1 2-6S 55A ESC

Specification:

- Mounting Holes: 30.5*30.5mm/?4mm
- Weight: 15.3g
- Supports 2-6S lipo input
- MCU?G071
- Constant: 55 Amps
- Burst: 65 Amps
- Current sensor: Yes
- BEC: No
- Current rate: 200
- Supports: DShot DShot150/300/600/MultiShot/ OneShot etc.
- Target: IFLIGHT_BLITZ_G2

PACKAGE INCLUDED:
- 1PC X BLITZ F7 V1.1 FLIGHT CONTROLLER
- 1PC X BLITZ E55S 4-IN-1 2-6S ESC
- 1SET X SILICON GROMMETS
- 1SET X WIRE HARNESS FOR F7 FLIGHT CONTROLLER

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