Pavo Pico Brushless Whoop Quadcopter

I am shopping for a small quadcopter, and the BetaFPV Pavo Pico seems to match the Ardupilot requirements, but I don’t see a firmware listed on the download page for F4 2-3S 20A AIO FC V1.

This particular flight controller have following spec:

  • CPU*: STM32F405RGT6 (168MHz)
  • Six-Axis: ICM42688P (SPI connection)
  • RX: Serial ELRS 2.4G Receiver
  • RX firmware version: BETAFPV AIO 2400 RX ELRS V2.5.2
  • Antenna: Enameled wire
  • Blackbox Memory: 16MB
  • Sensor: Barometer(BMP280)

Can someone point me the firmware fitting this FC?

FC: F4 2-3S 20A AIO FC V1 – BETAFPV Hobby
Pavo Pico: Pavo Pico Brushless Whoop Quadcopter – BETAFPV Hobby

It doesn’t look like we have a port for that but it looks very similar to the 1S AIO board I did. Its worth possibly trying that to see if it works. BETAFPV-F405

Thanks Andy. When you used BetaFPV-F405, did you disabled logging? Board blackbox memory is only 16MB (no-SD slot). Did you disable anything else?

It has a flash chip I think

So there are three choices that could fit Ardupilot:

  1. Pavo Pico, starting at $105 : Pavo Pico Brushless Whoop Quadcopter – BETAFPV Hobby

  2. FlyLens, starting at $140:

  3. SpeedyBee Bee35, starting at $230: SpeedyBee Bee35 3.5 inch Drone HD O3 Air Unit FPV - Speedy Bee

Does anyone in the Ardu_community own these and can comment/recommend which one would be a good choice?

I fly in large fields and losing a drone is no fun, that’s why I like Ardupilot RTL. Much more reliable than iNAV/Beta flight.

You need to find out what flight controllers they use - not sure any are supported as yet

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Here are the FC spec:

  1. Pavo Pico

  2. FlyLens (Flywoo):

  3. SpeedyBee Bee35:

No I mean the name of the FC

  1. F4 2-3S 20A AIO FC V1
  2. GOKU F405 1-2S 12A AIO
  3. SpeedyBee F405 Mini BLS 35A

I think we might support 2&3

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