Here’s another version of the ‘Toothpick’ style board layout. Diatone took it upon themselves to make this board and in good time too. The NamelessRC board was the first and is still good and reliable but the esc circuit design is a little dated. BetaFPV’s version cosmetically looks better and is also good, but has had a failure rate that became a little annoying to deal with. Diatone Mamba boards have a reputation for performing well while being surprisingly reliable and cost effective. So far this board has held up to that reputation.
As with all the other Toothpick style boards, we do NOT recommend 4S on this one either. They all work fine on 4S but will not perform optimally. Keep it to 3S and keep the AUW low. There isn’t any benefit to 4S if the AUW is low enough.
We STRONGLY recommend running this board exclusively on BF 3.5.7 found here:
Recommended PIDs for a TP3 on 3S and FPVCycle motors ~100-109g AUW:
Roll 48, 45, 26
Pitch: 52, 50, 28
Yaw: 65, 45
TPA: 0.50, Breakpoint: 1310
Set all Feed forward to zero
Roll: 0.99, 0.64, 0
Pitch: 0.99, 0.64, 0
Yaw: 0.99, 0.64, 0
- Actual product name: MAMBA F411AIO F411
- MCU: STM32 F411 (no onboard BB memory)
- Gyro: MPU6000
- BEC: 5V 1.5A
- Voltage: 2~4S Lipo (8.4V~16.8V)
- Amperage: 13A×4 (15A burst)
- ESC Protocol: Dshot 300/600
- Mounting: 25.5mm/M2
- Weight: 5.7g (unsoldered)
- Board size: 32×33.5×9mm
Diatone Mamba Toothpick AIO (FC+ESC AIO)
Solid whoop FC. one issue is that it does not work with FrSky FPort. Also only 2 Hart’s so telemetry is not feasible while using smart audio.
I installed falcox on it and it ripps...
Well I plugged it into my computer and it didn’t smoke so that’s a good sign. Now just waiting on a frame
So far I’ve been happy with the performance so far. No complaints.