Furious FPV Acrowhoop Mini Flight Controller

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Furious FPV Acrowhoop - Take It To the Outer Limits.

Pushing the outer limits and beyond, Furious FPV leaves nothing unchanged in the FPV world, and when it comes to aircraft like the Inductrix, we have developed the all new Acrowhoop, allowing full aerobatic & race mode flight. Are you ready?

Introducing the very 1st F3 chip on the market in a package this compact, the Furious Acrowhoop has been designed for cutting edge FPV insanity, offering pilots the ability to push like crazy with this palm sized machine. Further this with FrSky compatible micro Rx, integrated LC filter, and a 5V 1A BEC that maintains perfect camera functionality & stability, the Acrowhoop is nothing short of miraculous in the world of micro FPV.

With the F3 chip and MPU6000, the Acrowhoop is ready for acro & race mode via BetaFlight, offering pilots the ability to dial in what defines the way they want to fly. With the Acrowhoop, ultimate levels of FPV madness await in a feature packed layout that leaves nothing left to desire.
For fans of micro quads like the Inductrix, take your flight to an entire new world with the Acrowhoop - the pinnacle of FPV insanity via Furious FPV.

Features:
Specifically Designed for the Inductrix
Acro Mode & Race Mode Ready
Industry 1st F3 Chip w/ MPU6000
High Power 5V 1A Built In BEC for the Utmost In Camera Functionality
Integrated LC Filter for Clean Video Capability
All FETs are rated at 6.3A maximum
Built-in Frsky Sbus receiver, Frsky telemetry
3.3V external for Specktrum users
Light weight : 3.8g

Configuration:
Following you'll find all the necessary steps in order to configure your FC before doing the maiden, to take advantage of all the potential that the Acro Whoop has.

IMPORTANT: If we need to install a new firmware in our Acro Whoop we must select the PIKO BLX target. All the Furious FPV flight controllers to date share the same target.
Before getting into the GUI we'll bind the receiver with the Taranis, Horus or XJT module.

1. Binding the receiver to the Frsky Taranis
In the Taranis, go to MODE SETUP (page 2) in the model configuration.
Go to Mode inside Internal RF and select D8.
Press and hold the receiver bind button and plug your battery in to turn the receiver on.
Release the button. A green LED lights up in the receiver.
Going back to the Taranis; we press BIND. The transmitter beeps, indicating it’s in bind mode.
Wait for the green LED on the receiver to turn off. The binding procedure has finished.
Exit the BIND mode in the Taranis.
Unplug the battery to turn off the receiver.

2. Binding the receiver to the XJT module
Using the dip switches of the XJT module, select the D8 mode. They should be in the following position: switch 1 = ON, switch 2 = OFF.
Press and hold the receiver bind button and plug your battery in to turn the receiver on.
Release the button. A green LED lights up in the receiver.
Press and hold the bind button and turn the transmitter on.
Release the button. A green light shoud blink in the module, indicating it’s in bind mode.
Wait for the green LED on the receiver to turn off. The binding procedure has finished.
Turn the transmitter off.
Unplug the battery to turn off the receiver.

3. Receiver Configuration in the Cleanflight, Betaflight configurator
In the PORTS PORTS tab, select the UART that corresponds to the receiver (usually UART3 in F3 flight controllers) and activate Serial RX.
Save by clicking on the Save and Reboot button.
In the CONFIGURATION tab, in the Receiver Mode section, select RX_SERIAL.
In the same tab, in the Serial Receiver Provider section, select SBUS.
Save by clicking on the Save and Reboot button.
Go to CLI and type the following commands:
set sbus_inversion = OFF
save
The FC will reboot, applying the change.
Go to the RECEIVER tab and make sure the receiver acts like it should.

4. Telemetry Configuration:
In the PORTS tab, select the UART that corresponds to the telemetry (usually UART2 in F3 flight controllers) and select FrSky in Telemetry. Leave the baudrate to AUTO.
Go to CLI, and type the following commands:
set telemetry_inversion = OFF
save
The FC will reboot, applying the change.
Make sure you’re getting the telemetry values in our Taranis correctly


Acro Whoop COMPLETE MANUAL. Acro Whoop FC Manual v1.1