Tiny Whoop parts

Everything you need for serious Whooping!


to make the part choice for you Whoop as easy as possible,
lets look at the two main part groups:  

1. brain (FC/camera/vTx)
- you need a flight controller, size-compatible with the original Inductrix board. There is a variety of FCs available, most important feature to consider: the receiver protocol (e.g. FrSky, DSM(x), FlySky). We recommend and sell the BetaFPV F3 FC.
For discussions about this and other flight controllers, please come over to the community forum.
- you also need a camera with video transmitter, ideally weighing less than 4g, and a way to mount that onto the quad. The vTx should transmit with 25mW on 5.8GHz, and if you want to use an OSD, you need video-in and video-out.
For the use with the BetaFPV F3 FC, we recommend and sell the VM2751 and a simplistic mount.

 2. body (frame, motors, props, batteries):
- there is a variety of motor sizes available, e.g. 6x15mm, 6x17mm, 7x16mm, 7x20mm, 8x20mm and 8.5x20mm. For each motor size, you need a compatible frame.
We recommend the Cockroach frame with CL-0615-19 or CL-0617-25 motors, and the BetaFPV65S frame for 7x16mm motors.
To discuss other frame/motor combos, come over to our community forum!

motor guide:

- CL-0615-11 for indoor LOS flying (without camera/payload)
- CL-0615-14 for outdoor LOS or moderate FPV
- CL-0615-17 for crazy LOS or fast FPV
- CL-0615-19 for insane punch outs
The faster the motor (the higher the last two digits), the more energy will be used for the same work done. So even if you are not using the extra power, but are just hovering, a faster motors will drain your battery faster.

battery guide:
the 150mAh, 175mAh and 205mAh mylipo packs are all strong enough to drive any 4x0615 motors at full throttle. The additional capacity of the larger packs is partially compensated by the additional weight, but you will still see longer flight times.
If are willing to sacrifice flight time for performance, choose a lighter pack and climbing will be even quicker.

- For the longest flight time on a LOS indoor flyer, use 0615-11 motors and 205mAh batteries.
- For the most precise and effortless indoor FLOS flyer, use 0615-11 motors and 150mAh batteries.
- For long flight times, use 0615-14 motors with 2-bladed props, 205mAh batteries.
- For powerful FPV flights, use 0615-17 with 2-bladed props, 205mAh batteries.
- For very powerful FPV flights with reasonable flight time, use 0615-19 motors, 205mAh batteries, and chop two blades off each prop
- For all-out firecracker-like upwards performance, use 0615-19 motors, 4-bladed props and 205mAh 4.35V batteries with PH2 plugs. 


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