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Public Service Announcement - ArteryTek ATM32 WARNING

02 Nov

WARNING The BetaFlight team has become aware of new flight controller hardware based on ArteryTek AT32 MCUs. These AT32 MCUs are similar but not identical to the popular STM32 range supported by BetaFlight.

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Just in time for summer: Betaflight 4.3

13 Jun

Just in time for the summer, we are proud to announce the release of Betaflight 4.3!

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Betaflight supports a wide range of flight controllers that have at least an STM32F4 Processor. The Betaflight Configurator runs on Windows, Mac OS, Linux, and Android.

The Betaflight Firmware supports the majority of Remote Control manufacturers such as FrSky, Graupner, Spektrum, DJI and FlySky. ESCs are controlled using a variety of available protocols including PWM, OneShot, MultiShot, DShot or even ProShot.

Even the less-related components do not remain untouched, with Betaflight allowing the control of many VTX and Camera settings directly from the flight controller.

There is so much support out there for betaflight users. Don't know where to look? We have compiled a list of our favourite resources.

Originating from baseflight and cleanflight, Betaflight continues to live and breath the value of open source. Everybody is welcome to implement their amazing ideas within Betaflight, either directly (preferred) or through a fork.

With the Betaflight OSD you can get all relevant flight metrics directly into your FPV video feed. An easy to use drag-and-drop configuration allows the placement of values like used mAh and LiPo Voltage readings.

Additionally you can change most firmware settings using stick commands wihtout even removing your goggles.

Drones are extremely dangerous toys. As incidents with suddenly spinning props often end with serious injury Betaflight implements several safety features to prevent dangerous situations occurring.

Features are implemented to prevent arming when the drone isn’t leveled, including disabling motors in case of wrong motor or incorrect flight controller orientation.

Betaflight not only strives to put the best flight code on your controller, it also looks to satisfy such requirements as perfect performance, tiny footprint, full feature set and a strong quality assurance process.

To assist in this endeavour all flight related data can be logged into a blackbox for later analysis. So pilots and technicians can objectively base their tune on the most appropriate data.

Tutorial for beginners

Watch a tutorial
video on how to get started

Don't know where to start, this video is for you. The basics all wrapped up into an easy to watch tutorial.

Installation & Documentation

See the Betaflight wiki

Configuration Tool

To configure Betaflight you should use the Betaflight-configurator GUI tool (Windows/OSX/Linux) which can be found here:

Latest configurator releases

TX Lua Scripts

Configure Betaflight from your radio with the Betaflight TX Lua Scripts:

Latest lua scripts releases

BlackBox Viewer

Viewer Releases are here:

Latest viewer releases

The Latest Viewer source is here:

Latest viewer source

See BB Logging and Usage Wiki page on using the BB logger.

Betaflight Releases

Releases can be found by following the link below or downloaded from within the firmware section within the Betaflight Configurator. Also check the Upgrading List to the Right for Release Notes and other Details on the various Versions.

Releases

BETA TESTING (WARNING)

If you want to contribute to better development you can download the latest beta build directly from:

Nightly builds

Betaflight Configurator Nightly builds

Betaflight TX Lua Scripts Nightly builds

Blackbox Viewer Nightly builds

You can find release planning here:

Release planning