This programmable LED board from Diatone is designed to attach beneath a motor on your racing drone. It has M3 hole cut outs that will suit 18XX / 22XX sized motors, typically anything used by a 5" racing quad. As the board features addressable 5 volt 2812 LEDs, you can programmed it via BetaFlight / Cleanflight to do lots of interesting things like flashing colour patterns to reflect arming status, flight modes, braking, battery status and so on. Alternatively if you prefer a solid colour you can set it up to do that too.
Here we have Diatone's Flash Bang Series of 2812 Addressable LED Boards which are perfect to fit to the rear of your racing quad. There are available in a variety of sizes to suit different applications. All of the variants use 2812 5volt RGB LEDs which can be programmed via BetaFlight / Cleanflight. If you just want to keep it simple you can assign a solid colour. Alternatively you can do lots of interesting things like programming flashing colour patterns to reflect arming status, flight modes, braking, battery status and so on.
Here we have a set of LED light boards that are ideal for racing drones. They are the perfect size for mounting onto the arms of your race quad and they are really bright too.
The light boards are very simple to use. There’s no programming involved so all you need to do is provide power, they are compatible with 3S(11.1V) / 4S(14.8V). They come as a set of four, including a board of each colour: White, Red, Green and Blue. The light boards come as a single PCB, but they can be broken apart if you want to mount them individually.
We've all seen the YouTube videos where a multirotor crashes into a field of long crop, never to be seen again. Well this little 5volt Piezo buzzer could be the savior; think of it like a SOS beacon for your drone. It’s super loud and will help guide you right to your aircraft.
It's compatible with lots of drone flight controlls including boards like the SPRacingF3 FC. It's also compatible with drones such as the Nighthawk Pro 280 and Diatone Crusader GT2.