Racerstar StarF3S 30A BL_S 4 In 1 ESC 5V BEC w/ F3 Flight Controller AIO OSD BEC Current Sensor

$70.39 $272.83
Racerstar StarF3s 30A BL_S 4 In 1 ESC 5V BEC  w/ F3 Flight Controller AIO OSD BEC Current Sensor

Note:   The 4 installing holes were linked to the possitive of power. ( battery )
               Therefore, must use the plastic screws or any others non-conductive screws to install.

Notice: Can not support PPM Receiver

Specification: ()
Brand Name: Racerstar
Item Name: 30A BL_S ESC w/ F3 Flight Controller
Model: StarF3s
30A 4 In 1 ESC
Con. Current: 30A
Peak Current: 35A (10S)
Lipo: 2-4S 
BEC: 5V @1A
Programming: YES

F3 FC AIO OSD BEC and Current Sensor
Input Voltage: 2-4S Lipo  
Output Voltage: 5V@2A
Sensor: STM32F3 CPU
ICM-MPU6000 Accelerometers and Gyroscopes SPI  MicroUSB socket
Size(PCB): 36x36mm 
Weight: 18g            

- BB2, 48MHZ Chip 4 in 1 ESC
- ESC has 5V 1A LBEC Output
- Built-in F3 Flight Control Board, MPU6000
- FC has 5V 2A BEC
- With Current Sensor 
-Support 2-4S Lipo Battery
- Support Oneshot42, Oneshot125, Multishot  and 16.5 Dshot600
- All codes use damped light mode.Damped light does regenerative braking, causing very fast motor retardation, and inherently  also does active freewheeling.

Package Included:
1x 30A 4 In 1 ESC Buit-in F3 Flight Controller
1x XT60 Connector
1x bag of screws
1x Manual


Customer Reviews

  • Mikebolou
  • 9/7/17 11:25 AM
Little heavy but does the job. If you want smart port and telemetry go for the StarF4
  • propbuster
  • 10/6/17 7:20 PM
only get this if your tight on space. and fly like an old guy
  • Rome
  • 3/6/18 11:09 AM
  • Potis
  • 3/25/19 4:48 PM
EXCELLENT value!!! Very stable F3 fc which is totally fine for most fliers, Most. OSD, D-shot 600, good stuff. Responsive and compact, durable too. Love it.
  • Eggroll1024
  • 3/9/18 7:14 PM
Looks great, works great, and feels very sturdy. Works without any problems. I was able to flash it with the latest version of Betaflight with no issues.
  • DBLive
  • 7/25/17 9:56 PM
This is a all in one flight board and its nice if your trying to save some space. I hooked it up to betaflight and it was preloaded and almost ready to go. i will put in my modes and try this board out. Looks great so far.
  • mr40k1
  • 9/13/18 1:08 PM
see below
  • 2stroke
  • 3/7/18 4:53 PM
updated to bf 3.3.4 with no issues. flies great and a killer board for the price
  • justin
  • 10/15/17 9:52 PM
great product
  • jonE5
  • 6/21/17 11:32 AM
I have build 2 quads with the Star4 and wanted to try out the new Star3. Easy build, the RX pads are VERY tiny and behind the usb, i didnt see them at first. This one is slightly cheaper and makes for a very light build. I am going to do a full video review soon. Been running the StarF4 on my 5" for weeks with no issues. And the 3" pictured is my first used of the F3.
  • markio
  • 6/19/17 4:45 PM
I've been having tons of trouble with my builds but this one did good. I broke it before putting it on by switching the lead to a pigtail, but was able to bond it with E6000 and it's holding so far. Dumb mistake -- don't be like me, start with a pigtail connection. It's a great board that I was able to make fly immediately and it feeds plenty of power into the brother hobby 1407 on 4s. Such a beast...
  • lormandrw
  • 10/19/17 2:20 PM
This board needs a user manual. Found an RC groups page but it was combined with other Racerstar products, which made it hard to find the info you needed on this specific board. If I remember correctly: UART3 is the SBUS connection, UART1 located behind the USB is labeled RX1 and TX1. You can use the TX1 for telemetry. I am using an FRSKY Receiver, so no inversion was needed on the F3 board. Easy to wire up after you get it figured out. "Knowing is half the battle". I'm also having some issue getting the PIDs setting correct on this build. My builds in the past worked pretty good with stock BF PIDs, but not this one.
  • Martinez
  • 5/10/18 6:18 PM
Be aware of quality control of this product I had taken it out of the box and hooked up my Motors to it that were functioning fine from another drone that I previously made and immediately my motor is burnt out from the board itself having out-of-the-box damage that was almost indistinguishable from anything else. Also the motor has a putrid smell from an actually burning up, be careful of quality control!!!!
  • electroyo
  • 5/29/18 11:11 AM
I Love these AIO flight controllers I have 3 of the F4 and this is my first F3 So easy to build and I think the F3 has a better location for the usb port.
  • John6204
  • 6/7/18 4:22 AM
  • scary
  • 10/30/17 11:35 AM
Feels solid and the conformal coating is a nice touch, looking forward to flying.