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NeutronRC AT32F435 Mini 5in1 ELRS AIO (20A 2-3S)

£54.95 (ex VAT £45.79)

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SKU: N-F435-51-AIO-20A Category: Tags: , , , , Brand:

The NeutronRC: less like a drone, more like a teleporting device. Blink and you’ll miss it – ideal for FPV racers who measure time in heartbeats.

NeutronRC AT32F435 Mini 5in1 ELRS AIO (20A 2-3S)

£54.95 (ex VAT £45.79)

In stock

The NeutronRC: less like a drone, more like a teleporting device. Blink and you’ll miss it – ideal for FPV racers who measure time in heartbeats.

Not the cheapest?

We will try to beat it!

⚠️Always test your item before soldering, issues caused by soldering aren't covered by warranty.

SKU: N-F435-51-AIO-20A Category: Tags: , , , , Brand:

Get ready to unleash the beast within your FPV drone with the NeutronRC AT32F435 Mini 5in1 AIO. This isn’t just any AIO; it’s the Swiss Army knife of drone tech. Packed in a minuscule 25.5*25.5mm package, this little gem is an overachiever in the world of drone components.

User Manual

Specifications

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1. MCU: AT32F435CGU7 ,@288M Hz,1MB Flash
2. IMU: BMI270 (SPI1) CW=0,YAW = -45
3. OSD: AT7456E (SPI2)
4. Blackbox: SPI=2 Flash 16M
5. Baro: Infineon DPS310(I2C1)
6. 5xUarts(1,2,3,5,7)&1x I2C :
7. BEC: 5V 2.0A
8. FC: ATBETAFLIGHT(NEUTRONRCF435MINI)
9. Support:INAV/QUICKSILVER/Betaflight(Will 4.5)

11. Support:AM32(NEUTRON_MINIAIO_F421)
10. ESC: HF32/AM32

12. ELRS: 2.4G(EMAX 2.4GHz)
13. Current sensor (Scale 165)&Voltage sensor (Scale 110)
14. 7x LEDs for FC Status & 3.3V & 5V & ELRS&VTX(Chanl,Band,Power)
15. ESCMCU: AT32F421 120MHz (HF32 Firmware)/AM32 optional
16. AOS MOS, low internal resistance and high current
17. Current 20Ax4,MAX 22A (5S)
18. 8-layer 2OZ, 2-order blind via PCB.

  1. Brains and Brawn: The MCU AT32F435CGU7 zips along at a brisk 288MHz, backed by 1MB Flash. It’s like having a mini supercomputer in your drone, minus the need for a team of IT experts to run it.
  2. IMU – BMI270: Precision is key, and this IMU knows it. With its SPI1 connection and intriguing YAW settings, it’s like a high-tech ballerina ensuring your drone dances in the sky with grace.
  3. OSD – AT7456E (SPI2): Your personal flight data billboard, ensuring you’re always in the know.
  4. Blackbox: Sporting a 16M SPI=2 Flash – it’s not just a blackbox; it’s a treasure chest of flight data.
  5. Baro – Infineon DPS310: Like a weather station in your drone, keeping tabs on atmospheric pressure like it’s going out of style.
  6. Connectivity Extravaganza: 5xUarts and an I2C interface – it’s like social media for your drone components, keeping everything connected and chatty.
  7. BEC: Delivering a solid 5V and 2.0A, it’s the unsung hero ensuring your electronics don’t throw a tantrum mid-flight.
  8. Flight Control: The ATBETAFLIGHT wizardry, making sure your drone doesn’t get any funny ideas about autonomous interstellar travel.
  9. Software Flexibility: Supports INAV/QUICKSILVER/Betaflight 4.5+, because who doesn’t like options?
  10. ESC – HF32/AM32 20A: This is where the rubber meets the road, or rather, where the propeller meets the air. Smooth, reliable, and just a hint of ‘I can take on the world.’
  11. ELRS – 2.4G & 5.8G: It’s like having a bilingual drone, fluent in both frequencies for unparalleled connectivity.
  12. Current and Voltage Sensors: Keeping a vigilant eye on your power like a hawk.
  13. LEDs Galore: 7 LEDs for FC status, because who doesn’t love a light show?
  14. ESCMCU – AT32F421: At 120MHz, this is where your drone gets its pep.
  15. AOS MOS: Low resistance, high current – it’s like the Usain Bolt of power transmission.
  16. Current Capacity: 20A x 4, peaking at 22A for those ‘hold my beer’ moments.
  17. PCB Wizardry: 8-layer 2OZ, 2-order blind via PCB – it’s like the multi-layered cake of circuit boards.

In The Box:

1x NeutronRC AT32F435 Mini 5in1 AIO 20A

Weight 50 g
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 1 cm
Current (Amps)

Receiver

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SKU: N-F435-51-AIO-20A Category: Tags: , , , , Brand:

Get ready to unleash the beast within your FPV drone with the NeutronRC AT32F435 Mini 5in1 AIO. This isn’t just any AIO; it’s the Swiss Army knife of drone tech. Packed in a minuscule 25.5*25.5mm package, this little gem is an overachiever in the world of drone components.

User Manual

Specifications

S9bea5e12046245a092d2550e3a18a701B

1. MCU: AT32F435CGU7 ,@288M Hz,1MB Flash
2. IMU: BMI270 (SPI1) CW=0,YAW = -45
3. OSD: AT7456E (SPI2)
4. Blackbox: SPI=2 Flash 16M
5. Baro: Infineon DPS310(I2C1)
6. 5xUarts(1,2,3,5,7)&1x I2C :
7. BEC: 5V 2.0A
8. FC: ATBETAFLIGHT(NEUTRONRCF435MINI)
9. Support:INAV/QUICKSILVER/Betaflight(Will 4.5)

11. Support:AM32(NEUTRON_MINIAIO_F421)
10. ESC: HF32/AM32

12. ELRS: 2.4G(EMAX 2.4GHz)
13. Current sensor (Scale 165)&Voltage sensor (Scale 110)
14. 7x LEDs for FC Status & 3.3V & 5V & ELRS&VTX(Chanl,Band,Power)
15. ESCMCU: AT32F421 120MHz (HF32 Firmware)/AM32 optional
16. AOS MOS, low internal resistance and high current
17. Current 20Ax4,MAX 22A (5S)
18. 8-layer 2OZ, 2-order blind via PCB.

  1. Brains and Brawn: The MCU AT32F435CGU7 zips along at a brisk 288MHz, backed by 1MB Flash. It’s like having a mini supercomputer in your drone, minus the need for a team of IT experts to run it.
  2. IMU – BMI270: Precision is key, and this IMU knows it. With its SPI1 connection and intriguing YAW settings, it’s like a high-tech ballerina ensuring your drone dances in the sky with grace.
  3. OSD – AT7456E (SPI2): Your personal flight data billboard, ensuring you’re always in the know.
  4. Blackbox: Sporting a 16M SPI=2 Flash – it’s not just a blackbox; it’s a treasure chest of flight data.
  5. Baro – Infineon DPS310: Like a weather station in your drone, keeping tabs on atmospheric pressure like it’s going out of style.
  6. Connectivity Extravaganza: 5xUarts and an I2C interface – it’s like social media for your drone components, keeping everything connected and chatty.
  7. BEC: Delivering a solid 5V and 2.0A, it’s the unsung hero ensuring your electronics don’t throw a tantrum mid-flight.
  8. Flight Control: The ATBETAFLIGHT wizardry, making sure your drone doesn’t get any funny ideas about autonomous interstellar travel.
  9. Software Flexibility: Supports INAV/QUICKSILVER/Betaflight 4.5+, because who doesn’t like options?
  10. ESC – HF32/AM32 20A: This is where the rubber meets the road, or rather, where the propeller meets the air. Smooth, reliable, and just a hint of ‘I can take on the world.’
  11. ELRS – 2.4G & 5.8G: It’s like having a bilingual drone, fluent in both frequencies for unparalleled connectivity.
  12. Current and Voltage Sensors: Keeping a vigilant eye on your power like a hawk.
  13. LEDs Galore: 7 LEDs for FC status, because who doesn’t love a light show?
  14. ESCMCU – AT32F421: At 120MHz, this is where your drone gets its pep.
  15. AOS MOS: Low resistance, high current – it’s like the Usain Bolt of power transmission.
  16. Current Capacity: 20A x 4, peaking at 22A for those ‘hold my beer’ moments.
  17. PCB Wizardry: 8-layer 2OZ, 2-order blind via PCB – it’s like the multi-layered cake of circuit boards.

In The Box:

1x NeutronRC AT32F435 Mini 5in1 AIO 20A

Weight 50 g
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 1 cm
Current (Amps)

Receiver

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.

NeutronRC AT32F435 Mini 5in1 ELRS AIO (20A 2-3S)

In stock