DarwinFPV TinyApe Freestyle – Analog PNP
Weight: 50.3g (without batteries and paddles)
Propeller: Gemfan 2512 3-blade propeller
FC&ESC：F411 1-3S 15A FC(Built-in ELRS 2.4G receiver)
Built-in Receiver Protocol: SPI ELRS 2.4G
Motor: 1103 8000KV Brushless Motor
Camera: RunCam Nano 4
AIO Firmware: betaflight_4.3.0_BETAFPVF4SX1280
ESC Firmware: Bluejay_S_H_50_48_v0.14
Recommended Battery: 2S 380-450mah
The factory AIO firmware only supports ELRS_V2.0 and can be used with ELRS_V2.0 version TX. The firmware file name of ELRS-V2.0 is BETAFPVF4SX1280
The 4.3 firmware only supports ELRS2.0, if you want to use ELRS3.0, you need to upgrade the AIO firmware to 4.4. However, the 4.4 firmware is a development version, and there will be many unknown errors and risks. If there is a problem with the product after you flash the 4.4 firmware, we will not bear any responsibility. Please upgrade carefully.
(Notice: The updated firmware is named BETAFPVF4SX1280. If you insist on updating, please remember that you cannot use the previous CLI after the update. Please upgrade carefully)
RunCam Nano 4 Camera
The RunCam Nano 4 uses a 1/3” CMOS sensor, 2.1mm lens, and 800TVL resolution for better realistic color and clearer low-light night vision.
1103 8000KV Brushless motor
1103 8000KV Brushless motor is only 3.7g and its power and thrust are surprising, and the flight time can achieve about 5 Minutes. We have noticed: the motor only supports 2S batteries, and if it is connected to 3S to push the throttle too much, the motor will be permanently damaged.
VTX006 has 25-600mW output power and can provide stable images and powerful transmission. You can choose the perfect output power according to you FPV requirements. ( The default setting of the output power for Tiny Ape is 400mW)
Red light flashes frequency
This is an updated version of Darwin AIO. We integrated the ELRS receiver on the FC to make it easier to apply to mini drones. The ESC adopts Bluejay firmware, compatible with 1-3S Lipo input, 15A continuous current and 17A peak current. FC provides 2 sets of Uarts interfaces, and also provides various external device interfaces such as SBUS, Softserial, CTR, BUZZ, RGB, etc., which perfectly solves the problem of insufficient number of F411 Uarts.
The built-in receiver is an SPI protocol receiver, so you need to select SPI receiver support (SPI RX support) in the betaflight configurator. Under normal circumstances, the checkbox on the betaflight configurator receiver is empty. If the betaflight configurator used is 10.8.0 and above, the checkbox should select “EXPRESSLRS”. As shown below: