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Betaflight CLI commmands are the easiest way to configure the setting. No need to go to each tabs in GUI. Just copy the settings below and paste them into the CLI of your BetaFlight configurator, then click enter key in your keyboard. Done.
This is the stock configuration of BETAFPV F3 EVO FC with Frsky Rx, F3 FC with Frsky Rx and OSD, F3 FC with DSMX Rx and OSD and F3 FC with OSD and no Rx.
set motor_pwm_protocol = BRUSHED
set use_unsynced_pwm = on
aux 0 0 0 1300 2100
aux 1 1 0 1300 2100
If you want to configure the settings in GUI one by one, you could read the manual below.
For the F3 FC with Frsky Rx and OSD (V1.1), F3 EVO with Frsky Rx (V1.1) and F3 FC with DSMX Rx and OSD, the integrated receiver is connected via SBUS signal. You should configure the UART2 port to serial port in Ports tab. Then click the Save and Reboot button in the lower right corner.
Now in the Configuration tab, for Receiver Mode, choose Serial_based receiver (SPEKSAT, SBUS, SUMD); Serial Receiver Provider, choose SBUS. And click the Save and Reboot button in the lower right corner.
The native Frsky receiver is serial.
Following this manual to bind and connect your radio transmitter successfully.
Now got the the receiver tab, you will see the columns will response to your radio transmitter sticks. The receiver follow the normal channel mapping. Please choose the correct mapping mode according to your transmitter, like TAER1234 or AETR1234.
Go to CLI tab and type this in
Please confirm the setting is correct if the motors spin up when battery is plugged in.
Still in Configuration tab, ESC/Motor protocol, click and select BRUSHED, switch on MOTOR_STOP(optional).
Defaulty, we will use the switch on chanel 5 (AUX1) to arm. Please check whitch switch is response to the AUX1 in your radio transmitter in the Receiver tab first.
Most pilots will prefer to fly in ANGLE mode as it is full stabilization, no flips, ideal for first time pilots.
If you have problem to arm the motors, please go to “Troubleshooting – Can Not Arm” for more details.
This is a video by Benedikt (from Micro Motor Warehouse, MMW) about how to flash and configure BetaFlight. It is very useful for newbie to Betaflight.
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