Lumenier Micro Lux F4 Flight Controller + FrSky SBUS Receiver

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The Lumenier MICRO LUX F4 Flight Controller brings incredible power and performance to the micro brushless world. It uses a powerful F4 processor along with top of the line hardware. Now you can get all the performance from an F4 based flight controller in a micro size! This flight controller uses 20x20mm mounting holes and a low profile design allowing for smaller airframe designs than ever before. The MICRO LUX comes with BetaFlight pre-installed.

This combo version includes an 8CH SBUS FrSky compatible onboard receiver (D8 Mode). The receiver is pre-soldered to the FC using low profile pin headers combing for only 8mm of total height with both FC and RX.

The MICRO LUX is available as a stand-alone MICRO F4 Flight Controller or with an included 8CH SBUS FrSky compatible receiver. The MICRO LUX supports both SBUS and PPM inputs as well as DSM/DSMX receivers with both 5v and 3.3v support.

Software/Hardware Features:

  • 2-4S Direct Lipo input support (5-16v)
  • 8CH SBUS FrSky compatible onboard receiver (D8 Mode)
  • Onboard 5v/2A and 3.3v/0.2A regulators
  • SBUS and PPM support
  • RGB LED dedicated pad and support
  • 3 UART Ports
  • Betaflight support (Supports new DSHOT protocol)
  • BLHeli passthrough flashing supported by hardware
Processor: STM32F405 (1MB flash) 32-bit processor
Gyro: ICM-20608-G SPI Gyro/Accelerometer
High quality 1.6mm PCB
Micro USB connector for programming
Dimensions: 27x27x6mm (includes USB in height)
Mounting Holes: 20mm square to center of holes
Weight: 4.3g

  • (1) Lumenier MICRO Lux Flight Controller
  • (1) 8CH S.Bus FrSky compatible onboard receiver (D8 Mode)
  • (2) Pin Headers (3x1)
  • (8) Anti-Vibration Mounting Rings
  • (2) ESC Input cables

This product was added to our catalog on April 11, 2017.