Lumenier - LUX 32bit F3

  • Lumenier LUX Flight Controller
  • Top of LUX FC

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$36.99 USD


4 of 5 Stars from 1 Review(s)

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The LUX is Lumenier's next gen flight controller. The board features the F3 processor and a high speed SPI gyro for high performance flight characteristics.

Brand: Lumenier

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Description:

The LUX is Lumenier's answer for a next gen flight controller. The board features the F3 processor and a high speed SPI gyro to bring high performance to mini quads. Out of the box the LUX comes with CleanFlight firmware installed. The board can also be loaded with popular Betaflight or Raceflight firmware's and configured with ultra low loop times.

Also included is a set of pin headers which can be soldered to the board for a modular build.

Specifications:

  • Gold Plated PCB
  • Micro USB Connector
  • Input Voltage 6v to 24v supporting up to 6s batteries
  • Supports PPM or Serial RX (including Futaba, FrSky, S.BUS)
  • Dimensions: 36 x 36 x 6mm (including USB in height)
  • Weight: 6g
  • Mounting: 30.5mm square
  • MPU6500 Gyro/Accelerometer
  • 32-bit STM32F303 Processor


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Average rating of 4 stars out of 5 from 1 review(s).

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4 Stars Out of 5
Submitted on: November 23, 2016
Almost perfect

The Lux has a great layout and can take full battery voltage so fewer wires and you can have a very clean build. Only drawbacks are lack of blackbox, bridging of tiny pads for Rx, and binding with Specktrum was time consuming. Flies great and the boot button is a nice addition... look forward to trying out the LUX v2!

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