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Nero F7 Flight controller

Nero F7 Flight controller

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NERO - STM32F7 based FC -The NERO has been designed by blckmn who is a considerable contributor to the ongoing development and support of the flight controller firmware Betaflight. He is also known for sharing and blogging details on multi-rotor gear he has hacked to ease the pain for other pilots.

These units are from blckmns approved sources and have been blessed by him, all support goes back to him. thank you blckmns for all the amazing work. 

https://github.com/blckmn

https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/member.php?u=637528

The NERO is a simple ST Microelectronics STM32F722 based Flight Controller - designed to run Betaflight.

This is the FC designed for those wanting F7 performance but still keeping it simple and in your control i.e. whilst it comes with non of the extra trimmings - it's bare bones - it definitely punches above its weight. The STM32F7 is the next step up in terms of processor performance. This board is designed as a simple replacement to previous generations of F1, F3 and F4 based flight controllers. The overall design has been based on the successful BlueJayF4 (rev4).

Support blckmn on patreon here

Support thread here

Hardware

  • Size: 36x36mm (30.5x30.5 mounting holes)
  • MCU: STM32F722RET6
  • IMU: ICM-20602 (SPI)
  • IMU Interrupt: Yes
  • VCP: Yes
  • Hardware UARTS: 3
  • OSD: Compatible pin-outs for MinimOSD on UART3 (stackable)
  • Blackbox: SD card
  • PPM/UART Shared: UART6
  • Battery Voltage Sensor: Yes, directly connected, no wiring necessary (if using pololu on full size)
  • Integrated Voltage Regulator: Pololu piggy back option
  • Button for putting board into DFU mode

Features

  • Current Sensor: available as ADC input, but requires shunt circuit on PDB or battery cable.
  • BlHeli passthrough: Yes
  • WS2811 Led Strip: Yes (on motor output Pin 5)
  • Transponder: No
  • SPI (2) is broken out for adding an SPI peripheral, e.g. another GYRO.

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