This board has been assessed by the community to have surprisingly good quality components but the board does not have enough capacitance on board for high powered systems. Specifically the 2203 motor on 4S. Be sure to use a good low ESR capacitor with at least 24v and 1000uf specifics. Make sure to solder it directly to the battery lead pads on the board and NOT at the battery connector. Do not solder the skinny capacitor legs directly to the board. Use a short length of 20awg wire no longer than 22mm. This is literally the difference between a quad that flies and a quad that burns all it's motors shooting to the moon in a blizzard of oscillations.
Capacitors Avail HERE
This board is surprisingly good. We’ve been hammering it on the CineSplore and Fouride with the 2203 motors in 3450kv on 4S and 5” props even. It’s held up shockingly well through all of it for the past two months. This is the 30A version and there is a 20A version as well but it’s so cost effective might as well go with the 30A version for some added safety. We haven’t tested this product in volume so we can’t comment on large scale QC but so far many in the community have reported nothing but good things.
Note: The motor solder pads look small and they are but they're not that difficult to solder either. The 2203 motor wires attach to this ESC without too much fuss. The 1303 motor wires are a non-issue.
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Use on these frames:
Rock and roll with the 2203 3450kv motor on 4S.
- Brand Name: JHEMCU
- Model: GHF411AIO
- Item Name: F4 OSD FC Built-in 30A BL_S 4in1 ESC
- Size: 32.5x32.5mm
- Mounting Hole: 25.5x25.5mm
- Weight: 6.3g (it’s actually 7.6g on our scale)
- CPU: STM32F411CEU6 (100MHZ)
- MPU: MPU6000 ( SPI)
- Firmware: Betaflight MATEKF411 ( MK41)
- Built-in Betaflight OSD ( AT7456E)
- Built-in Current Sensor
- Support WS2812 LED
- Input Voltage: 2-4S Lipo
- Con. Current: 30A
- Firmware: BLHELI_S
- - Support PWM, Oneshot42, Oneshot125, Multishot, Dshot150 and Dshot300, Dshot600
- 1x F4 FC AIO 30A ESC Board
- 2x Power Cable (16AWG and 100mm)
- 1x XT60 Plug Connector
- 4x 1.25mm Connector for Motor(Plug and Play)
- 4x Anti-vibration rubber inserts
It's working great! i'm not using JESC just use blheli firmware. it's great working with 4s 2203 2450kv around 500 g 3inch cinesplore.
Light and powerfull flight controller, bulletproof
Running it on my cinewhoop and 2s toothpick so versatile and convenient little tight for soldering 22xx size motors bat all in all 5 stars
The board is able to handle many amps, I am running it on 4S on my 4inch Toothfairy Frame (170g dry) and it is just nuts.
The only thing: on punchouts, I get Video noice, probabely from the overloaded voltage regulator.