Betaflight F3 Flight Controller with built in PDB & OSD

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Betaflight F3 is the flight controller designed to use every possible feature of Betaflight.

This board features a 3A power draw giving users extra room for added attachments through uart ports. The six layer PCB is a more expensive design approach but was needed to give the ability to have a PDB that was capable of having wiring pads on both the top and bottom of the board. By using the six layer design we were able to increase the size of the pads and work around all the components all the while giving esc connections in the corners of the board rather than bunching all connections on either the top OR the bottom. Featuring a fully functioning OSD that can be configured in Betaflight this board will make configuring your OSD a breeze.


  • Integrated PDB
  • Built in OSD customizable via Betaflight OSD
  • Current sensor
  • Intuitive layout
  • SD card slot for BlackBox
  • Tailored to support Betaflight
  • When running 8K/8K, CPU usage remains low


  • F3 Processor
  • MPU6000 Gyro/ACC Sensor
  • 3 x UART ports (one for radio receiver)
  • Built in 3A 5V BEC
  • Built in OSD – configurable via Betaflight GUI
  • SD Card adapter for BlackBox
  • Current sensor
  • Power distribution board with six-layer PCB
  • Weights 8.6g

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  • 5

    Posted by Mike Morris on 21st May 2017

    Prolly the best FC i have flowen to date, locked in, nice and responsive and i think makes me a better pilot then i am :)

  • 5
    Best of the best!

    Posted by Kerry Davis on 8th May 2017

    After hearing a lot about this board I decided to give it a shot after my F4 board fried. This thing is beautiful! Makes it so much easier and cleaner having the PDB and FC in one board therefore hooking this thing up was very easy with very little fuss. Other things I liked are the native BFOSD supprt and the very large and accessible boot button. TIP: use a heat setting of > 370C for the ground tabs as they need a lot of heat for soldering