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Nox R2.19 Flight Controller (BLheli32 ESC, F4 FC, OSD)

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The Nox flight controller packs the next generation of quadcopter technologies into a tiny flight controller with 20x20mm mounting holes. Idea for your smaller micro 4", or super light 5" quadcopter builds, the Nox packs a fully featured omnibus F4 corner flight controller, bundled with a 4in1 35A Blheli_S. Worried about ESC noise? The Nox packs a boatload of 4000uF capacitors built in, so no need to solder bulky capacitors during your build. All of this fits onto a flight controller that is only about 20g and 48x39mm in size!

The Nox flight controller has been in development for over 6 months, and the R2.19 is the first release version with a full warranty as all the bugs have been ironed out

Key Features

Flight Controller

  • Betaflight OSD
  • STM32F411 MCU
  • MPU6000 Gyro - It's also replaceable
  • Barometer
  • 5V BEC with LC filter (500ma)
  • 4000uf capacitors onboard - No Need for bulky caps
  • Lipo support up to 5S

4in1 ESC

  • BLHeli32 - The 32-bit architecture that we've come to expect
  • DSHOT 1200
  • 35A Per motor
  • Telemetry Output functionality
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1 Review

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    The Nox 2.19

    Posted by Slugs on 17th Aug 2018

    This is a nice piece of kit, let down by the lack of information. Returning to quads from a break of a few years I brought this on the suggestion of a friend. I like the built in ESC, it works nicely with betaflight, its small and makes the build look pretty sweet. But and it is quite a BUT, you spend a huge amount of time trying to work out what line / port is what. After a day spent on forums it starts to make sense and maybe to a more experienced builder it would be simple, but why would you not have a manual for it. So, I like this and I think it is very nice to build a simple drone, it is not at all documented.

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