This is the IS100 F4 Flight Stack from Spedix. This is a three piece flight stack that includes an Omnibus F4 flight controller, a 4-in-1 20A BLHeli_S ESC and a 25-100mW 40Ch video transmitter. All this is packed into a package that measures just 15x27x27mm and so is perfect for your 90-150mm quadcopter.
Not only this, but this IS00 F4 Flight Stack comes with extremely simple and neat connection. Spedix uses pins between the components to ensure that no soldering is needed to connect the boards. If you put your trust in this flight stack, you won't be disappointed!
- Uses high-quality equipment such as a Omnibus F4 FC
- Compact size at just 15mm in height
- Simple and neat connection with pins between components - no soldering required!
- Suitable for 90-150mm sized quads
Omnibus F4 Flight Controller:
- STM32 F405 Flight Control Board integrated with OSD
- MPU6000 6 axis SPI Gyro & Accelerometer
- Dshot 1200 support
- Drag and Drop OSD configured via Betaflight Configurator
- SBUS/PPM and Spketrum dsm Ports
- 5V BEC output
- Hole distance: 20x20mm
- Uses M2 screws
4-in-1 20A BLHeli_S ESC :
- Continuous Current: 20A
- Burst Current: 25A≥10S
- Input Voltage: 2S-4S LiPO BEC:No
- Dimensions: 29x31mm
- Firmware: BLHeLi_S (GH-15)
- Input signal: Dshot150 & Dshot300 & Dshot600 (PWM are not recommended)
40Ch 25-100mW Video Transmitter:
- 40ch, bands A/B/E/F/R, ch 1-8
- Power input 5-6v
- Power output 25-100mw
The IS100 F4 Flight Stack comes with a manual with full specs and pinouts.
Bought this stack as I was building an Acrobrat and needed a good priced stack to get my build going, considering this is FC, ESC & 100MW VTX it’s incrediabke value, easy to build onto and they give you plenty of headers and standoff’s. The VTX channels are not the easiest to work out with a two LED system but I managed to get it on the right band, channel and power setting I wanted. Don’t think you can go wrong for the price and from a UK supplier.
Ive used this stack in a armattan sugar glider build. The frame is very compact and requires 20x20 stack that is no wider than 27mm total. as the vtx and fc are small than the 27mm i took a chace and used this stack mounting it from the vtx down with the esc tabs running front to back, using the pin connections, and rotating the fc in betaflight as the battery terminal are at thn rear by design. so far it has works faultlessly and im very happy with the stack, the instructions could use a little work as they seemed to be from another version or previous revision, but a little bit of deduction and its good, just not plug and play thats all. would i buy again, yes i would great for a 2 or 3 inch build which is tight.
A very cost effective stack with hood proformance. Pins between the boards save alot of soldering and wire. Connectors mean alot of stuff can be soldered up on the bench which is easier than trying to solder everything direct to the fc. Only downside is the instructions are somewhat useless. But plenty of good how to videos now on youtube. Will be buying agin for next micro to 3" build.