The Beta75X Lumenier Edition has the same amazing power and control as the standard Beta75X nano drone, except for two distinctive upgrades such as the Micro AXII antenna and a stark white finish that glows in the dark.
- PC based on STM32F405 with built-in OSD (firmware OMNIBUSF4SD 3.5.0)
- B/C motors 1103 11000KV with JST-PH 2.0 connector
- 10A ESC BLHeli_S Dshot600 (2S LiPo)
- 4-blade 40mm propellers
- Z02 AIO VTX FPV Camera with Built-in 40CH 5.8GHz Video Transmitter 0/25/200mW
- Antenna Micro AXII
- Smart audio port
- Max. camera tilt angle — 35°
- Luminescent coating on all plastic parts of the drone
- Weight (without battery) – 45g
Beta75X Lumenier Edition is available for purchase only in PNP version which will include:
- Beta75X PNP 2S Whoop quadcopter
- 4 × 4-bladed 40mm rotors (2CW/2CCW)
- 1 × BetaFPV 2S 350mAh 35C-70C battery with XT30 connector
- 1 × Spare canopy
Weight (without battery):
1103 11000KV with JST-PH 2.0 connector
4-blade 40mm, with 1.5mm shaft hole
Max. camera angle:
Betaflight OMNIBUSF4SD (OBSD) 3.5.0
built-in type BetaFlight OSD (STM32 controls the OSD chip via SPI in DMA mode)
Smart Audio port available for VTX radio control
Z02 AIO Camera VTX
Smart Audio enabled for radio control
5.8GHz 5 bands 40 channels
100-120° with 1/4 lens
Beta75X Lumenier Edition is powered by 2S 350mAh 35C-70C with XT30 connector. You can also order a drone with a classic PH2.0 connector.
Beta75X Lumenier Edition is currently available for purchase exclusively in the developer’s branded online store at a price of $139.99. The standard version is available at a similar price on all known marketplaces.
Q. About the LEDs on the back of the Beta75X.
A. PC is now updated to V1.2. Can support programmable LEDs like WS2812 etc. The LED holder was designed for the 75X frame. By default, the LED holder is not included.
Q. I want to connect an HD camera and a DVR, but I don’t want to overload the 5V circuit.
A. The 5V regulator of the flight controller can handle a 2A load.
Q. Does this drone have a current sensor?
A. This drone does not have a real current meter. We use the virtual current meter in BETAflight. When properly calibrated, it can be quite accurate. Here is the pre-calibrated value:
set current_meter = VIRTUAL
set ibatv_scale = 90
set ibatv_offset = 29
Q. How to connect the receiver to PC?
A. Details at the link.
Video with the standard version of the drone Beta75X.