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Farwest Rotors Falcon V2
« on: February 26, 2016, 06:45:48 pm »
Hello guys!
Theres a new kid in town... the Falcon V2 FC.
Some of you may already know it and at least one of our dev`s know it, for everyone else here it is.
Farwest says its coming soon, maybe at the end of march.
I received mine today and it looks like the latest version and no longer a beta

What`s it?
A FC very similiar to the revo nano but at standard size without oplink modem integrated

STM32F4 Processor running at 100MHz
Invensense MPU9250 gyro, accelerometer, and magnetometer
Measurement Specialties MS5611 barometer
Main port, Flexi Port, 8-pin Flexi-IO port
6 ESC / Servo Outputs
Mounting holes: 30.5 x 30.5 mm
Overall size: 36 x 36 mm
Power: 120mA @ 5V

So far nothing really new, but i hope they will be a reliable source of quality hardware as they say and its nice to have a source outside of china.
On of us is a great designer he designs the awesome case of the revo nano I think it was m_thread? Maybe you could do this again?
So thats it for today, more to come when i got it flying ;-)

I attached some pics right out of the box, so have fun!

One more thing:
I dont belong to Farwest rotors in anyway and doesn`t get money for this, I just asked for a beta to test it with LibrePilot!

With best regards

Edit: Farwest Rotors target the 21 March to start selling
« Last Edit: February 29, 2016, 06:22:30 pm by mazevx »


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Re: Farwest Rotors Falcon V2
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2016, 10:26:42 am »
I killed my Falcon accidentally by mistake during test flights...
So nothing new here from my side.

As I already wrote sensor noisefloor really low, complementary flying really nice and Controller well done.
Graupner SumD support works.

Im really sorry for that!