This is from nadisi, so nadisi has, dans le passé, been associated with a lot of iflight branded um parts i’m, not sure if this is an offshoot or some kind of part, that’s related to an ifly part. It doesn’t seem to me this might be something that they’re making on their own does seem to be of decent quality in terms of the way it’s put together. It’S not terrible looking it’s, actually not bad looking at all um, but in terms of like how good these parts are. I have no idea no way to know until you uh fly it a hundred packs and do lots of crash testing, which obviously it takes a lot of time, and every crash is different, so it’s really hard to say how durable these are going to be in Any type of crash, because you know one crash, it might be very minor, it doesn’t seem like it does anything and it destroys everything. And then you have a really hard crash that doesn’t do anything at all to these things, so yeah your mileage might vary. This is a new part. I have not experienced this one, yet i will put this in a build eventually at some point, because this is a i think in terms of the terms of price it’s in the budget range, je pense, with the coupons and everything on amazon it’s, probably going to Run you about 60 bucks for this uh it’s, une 35 amp 20 par 20 Umm.
Je pense que c’est, a bl heli s, 8bit esc 46s for the ac and then the flight controller is an f4 uh. It’S got six uarts, i believe uh pretty loaded. I think it also goes to 6s micro usb for the cable. Take a look at the uh. You see a little bit more detail here. So it’s got a lot of capacitors there it’s saying that you don’t need to use the included um capacitor it’s. One of these uh 220 microfarad 50 volts capacitors. You don’t need this unless you’re using a 5 or 6s battery. So if you’re on 4s or lower, then the included capacitors are fine. You got a shot there for uh current sensor, typical plug here. That goes to the flight controller. Uh let’s see here what’s what they were what’s the orientation okay motor ones over here. So this orientation should be like this get. Your plus and mice got your holes for your capacitor motor pads for the motor wires they’re, très joli. It’S not a super thick board. You can also solder to the side of the board here from the motor wires. If you like to do that fairly close to the fets it uh should be still workable. Si vous êtes, you know average to decent skills and soldering should be fine but yeah, it should be oriented like this motor one here. Motor two here plug should be on the bottom, Comme ça, non, i don’t see any conformer coating on this one, so you may want to add that yourself, if you are going to be landing any types of wet grass, that kind of thing just to give it A little bit extra protection, but they obviously opted not to do that for this one.
Alors, in addition to the capacitor you get the rubber grommets uh for mounting it. Some a little bit of heat shrink there for some of the wires. I think i think that’s for the capacitor, which is nice and you get an xd60 and an xd30 for your battery connection. You get the nice color diagram for wiring and also your specifications and there’s the output for the plug. There it’s also labeled on on the silk screen here, but you can see now it’s in detail. So this is included as well and by the way you can buy the stack together like this or you can buy the parts separately, i’ll list them all down in the video description. So when you look at the flight controller board uh, the only thing it comes with here is the documentation, uh packaging, and then you get a whole bunch of these wiring looms because they have this flight controller. It has a lot of connectors and has some extra rubber grommets there, so here’s the flight controller itself, and then this come with extensive documentation on how to wire up everything here. It does have a plug for dji and does come with the connectors for the dji air unit and vista, but be aware that there is no voltage regulator for the output on the power for the dji connectors. So if you’re plugging this into an air unit, so here’s here’s the vista here, you can do a direct connection because a vista can handle up to 6s, but for an air unit, you’re going to need to use a bec and they’re using a 12 volt bc.
Ici, because a 6s voltage will fry an air unit so be aware that is direct and it’s, basically v bat pass through going through that connector to either the visitor or the area. So if you’re using an area you need it, you do need to use a separate voltage regulator for that so be aware of that, but yeah they have wiring diagrams for various receivers and also how to configure them in betaflight. So this is very iflight typical. En réalité, this looks exactly like a lot of iflight documentation, but i don’t, i don’t see this particular part on the iflight website, so this may be um a part that they’re not using and they’ve just uh outsourced it to nedissi um, not exactly sure. So your guess is as good as mine, Mais oui. Ils ont. You know documentation here on how to plug in your gps. They have an actual plug for the gps, also documentation on how to set that up pretty nice. So this is included. So in terms of all the wiring and stuff should be fairly straightforward, all right so let’s look at the flight controller in a little bit closer detail. You do have some soldering pads here available for some of the plug oriented stuff. If you don’t like to use the plugs, so they have the uart here, i think you are two. You have the sd sdl on the side here, so very tiny, pads v bat camera control.
I believe this one here is a dji connector. This one over here is the connector goes to the esc, so you can have one of the wires for the esc. I believe this one’s for your leds uh. I wanted, i think this one’s gps over here i’m, not sure where this one is yeah. d'accord. So this one here is actually for the dji connector and over here this is actually for something else, so it is showing yeah with the board oriented like like this, you can see this is for dji over here and that one that looks like it’s that’s still Yeah, this is also you know, for the area as well yeah, so this one over here, so the orientation correct this one here is going to be, pour, je pense, all your receivers and this one over here is going to be for gps. I believe anyway, yeah you can just refer to the documentation. If you want to know exactly what everything is for looks like you have a lock box chip, there is one of the smaller ones, get your betaflight osd here on the back and your mpu6000 gyro on the bottom, pretty nice layout, ses, nice and compact. Encore, you know it does look like it’s fairly well put together, i think that’s a barometer as well there. Alors, ensemble, Tu sais, we’ll see i’ll put this into something eventually, Je suis, Pas sûr. When but yeah you know it it’s, a kind of a crapshoot is to know how well these flight controllers stacks will perform in the long run, because you can buy something that costs three times as much as this and they’ll die in the first plug in so Um, you know really it kind of kind of really kind of on how you use it and how lucky or unlucky you get so anyway, that’s going to do it for this one, just a quick overview on this new stack.