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    iFlight Beast H7 V2 55A AIO (MPU6000) 25.5x25.5

    What if you could get the combined MCU speed and ESC power of a big stack, but carefully arranged on a 25x25 whoop size board? That would be crazy right? Well, we just did it...

    This is our new iFlight BEAST series AIO FCs for your ultimate build. A future proof all-in-one FC to step up the game and make some more room for future flight firmware development like Betaflight, Emuflight etc. Lightweight, minimum size, minimum work.This could only be achieved by using BGA chipsets instead of ordinary QFP (big size) MCUs and ultra powerful Mosfets for almost any build. Solder your motor wires on and let's go! DJI Plug&Play plug and so many UARTs most people wouldn't even use em' all. Compatible to digital and analog FPV, onboard Barometer for possible long range flights and much more. Unleash the beast!


    Top Features:

    Vista digital system Plug-and-Play (VBat passthrough)

    MCU: BGA-STM32H743 , 480MHz

    OSD: AT7456E

    Gyro: MPU6000

    Blackbox: 16Mb Onboard Flash

    BEC output: 5V 2.5A

    Barometer: DPS310 (only works with Betaflight 4.3.0 and above)


    Safety reminder:

    The DJI plug&play port has no voltage regulator (BEC) and is passing through VBAT. The Caddx Vista goes up to 26.4V (6S), the DJI Air Unit goes up to 17.6V (4S). Make sure not to plug-in your DJI Air Unit directly when you're flying 6S, because this would fry it! BEC to add for your 6S build can be found here:

    Small motor 4S builds should usually need an additional capacitor of at least 16V/220uF, for 6S go up to 35V or even 50V. Bigger motors have a bigger current draw, higher voltage spikes and more serious back EMF (motor braking, works like a generator). Make sure to add big enough or even bigger low ESR capacitors on the AIO battery pad or on your battery lead the more aggressive motors you fly. There's a choice of capacitors in the package, but it's never a bad idea to make sure to protect your board. Smaller boards have less capacitance which has to be covered with external capacitors, there's no way around.

    Our new DPS310 Barometer has more accuracy than the older BMP280 before but can not be activated in Betaflight below 4.3.0 which is currently in beta state (December 2020).

    Main Changelog from V1 to V2:

    - Circuit design optimized

    - RPM-filtering can be used with JazzMaverick firmware (BLHeli-M), and JESC.

    FC // Beast H7 AIO V2


    MCU: BGA-STM32H743

    Gyro: MPU6000

    Blackbox: 16Mb Onboard Flash

    BEC output: 5V 2.5A 

    Barometer: DPS310  (only works with Betaflight 4.3.0 and above)


    OSD: AT7456E

    Uart:5 (UART1、UART2、UART3、UART4、UART7)

    FC Firmware:IFLIGHT_H743_AIO 4.3.0

    Mounting pattern: 25.5*25.5mm φ3mm

    Dimensions: 32.5*32.5mm

    Weight: 8.8g


    ESC // 55A 2-6S


    Uarts: 5

    Current Sensor: Yes

    Input: 2-6S LIPO

    Current scale: 100

    Constant: 55A / Burst: 60A

    BLHeli: BLHeli-S

    Telemetry: no

    ESC Firmware: G-H-30 BLS 16.7

    Mounting pattern: 25.5*25.5mm/Φ3mm

    Dimensions: 32.5*32.5mm


    Package Includes:

    - Beast H7 AIO V2 × 1

    - Capacitor 470uF/16V x 1

    - Capacitor 470uF/35V x 1

    - XT60 12AWG cable 100mm x 1

    - XT30U 18AWG cable 70mm x 1

    - 14AWG Silicone Cable Red 100mm x 1

    - 14AWG Silicone Cable Black 100mm x 1

    -1.0-7P cable 50mm-28mm x 1

    -1.0-7P cable 50mm x 1

    - M2 silicon grommets x 4

    - M2*12mm screws x 8

    - M2 Transparent Nylon Nut x 8

    - 0.8mm black Heat shrink tube 10mm x 8

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    As the name implies...

    This bad boy is an absolute beast. Granted, V1 had some serious problems. They sucked. They’re all fixed now, so you get that awesome H7 goodness with (now functional) Dshot RPM Filtering and enough processing power to throw as many dynamic notch filters as you please with barely a sneeze of latency.

    This board is phenomenal, and I love it. Two weeks in, it has held up to everything I’ve put it through without a single complaint.

    I liked the tiny side-of-the-board motor solder pads of the V1, but there’s nothing at all wrong with these. The whole board is very well designed, and well worth the money.

    Thank you, Newbeedrone, for being the only one I could find to actually LIST the V2. I just wish I knew there were glaring issues with the V1 when I bought it from another vendor...

    Wizard of Quad
    The Wizard has spoken

    I've only flown it a couple times and it flies great straight out of the box. Easy to hook up and aio makes a clean build.

    Jeremy Rice
    Complete fail.

    Soldering iflight 2005 zing 1900kv and one of 4 channels is smoking every motor applied. Quality control issue? Have requested help on warranty and have gotten nothing back