Please expect some delay in testing for July 2021.All flight controllers flashed and tested with newest firmwre before shipping, Departing from Florida, U.S.A.  

Alien F3 Brushed Flight Controller

Alien F3 Brushed Flight Controller


The  Alien F3 Quad Brushed V1 is an flight controller designed to pilot Quadcopters using 7mm-8.5mm brushed motors. It features an ARM STM32 F3 processor, built in side USB for easy firmware flashing, and parameter editing, MPU6050 Gyro/Accelerometer, 9.5A ESCs, and a built in Bind button for hassle free transmitter binding.

The F3 Quad V1 Brushed can run Open Source CleanFlight Firmware Or the Betaflight Example F3 Brushed Quad Flight Controller Side USB - All boards are tested before shipping. to keep the price as low as possible motor plug and Spectrum plug are extra if needed . 

All credits to ; lance, Benedikt, everyone else I am missing who supports the mini brushed quads 

use the "ALIENFLIGHTF3" target in already in the CleanFlight, Betaflight GUI  !

:Features :

Alien F3 Quad V1 Brushed Specs

Cleanflight/Betaflight compatible


MPU6050 accelerometer/gyro sensor unit

4x 9.5A brushed ESCs (Mosfets)

 2oz copper recommended pour

Direct programming connection via Side USB

(*) serial connection for external DSM2/DSMX sat receiver (e.g. Spektrum SAT, OrangeRx R100 or Lemon RX) . works wth Ssub like  FrSky Mini RX.

Alternate PPM receiver connection (i.e. Deltang Rx31)

Hardware bind button for easy binding

Boot button for easy firmware flashing

Motor connections oriented for self explanatory connection

Dimensions: 26x30mm (use thin FR4 material for weight savings)

(Solder the RX jumper pad on the back of the board to SRX. - All ready done for testing)

All credits to  for making this awesome controller for everyone.

 Arduino , MultiWii , CleanflightBetaflightRaceflightCadSoft Eagle , Atmel Studio

Alien boards are unique in features, components, and design. Some designs share similar pinout and sensor orientation to make compatibility with MultiWii, Cleanflight, and other firmware.

Along with all of their project developers, I thank Arduino from which MultiWii was based upon. Alex for creating MultiWii, Timecop for the fork to Baseflight, and Dominic for the fork from Baseflight to Cleanflight.

~ Boris for the fork from Cleanflight to Betaflight, and RS2K for the fork from Betaflight to Raceflight.

Thank you Michael – MJ666 for getting the Alien’s key features and settings supported and working with Cleanflight, Betaflight, and Raceflight. Thanks for helping with V2 F3 SPI integration.  Also for mentoring, being patient, and helping keep me on track when things get tough.