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FlightOne (formerly RaceFlight)
You might also see: RevoltOSD

Download FlightOne Configurator

FlightOne Configurator can be downloaded from this page and is available for Mac, Linux (32 and 64bit) and Linux (32 and 64 bit).

The following tutorial has been written for version 1.1.147.


Flash firmware

Flight Controller mode
Back to flight controller mode that allows you to configure and customize firmware settings
Update firmware
This is a fast way to update your firmware to latest stable version.
Note: Your current settings and configurations can be restored if your current firmware version are not too out of date.


DFU mode
Boots the Flight Controller into DFU mode, allows the bootloader and firmware to be updated. Used when coming from a really old version or if you want to wipe settings completely, can also be used to restore a flight controller that no longer connects properly.
Note: DFU mode may not work if s.port is connected
Note: you don't need to solder boot pins for this to work
From here, you can either select an automatic version or select a file:
If your FC is not automatically recognized, use Zadig
  • Go to Options > List all devices
  • Select STM32 BOOTLOADER from the dropdown
  • Select the WinUSB driver
  • Click on Reinstall driver


Setup flight controller

Flightone-configurator-wizard-welcome-screen.png Flightone-configurator-wizard-choose-receiver.png Flightone-configurator-wizard-choose-esc.png

Flightone-configurator-wizard-run-reversed-props.png Flightone-configurator-wizard-complete.png Flightone-configurator-wizard-racing-freestyle.png

Flightone-configurator-wizard-smooth-sticks.png Flightone-configurator-wizard-qud-size.png Flightone-configurator-wizard-quda-flat.png

Flightone-configurator-wizard-quad-vertical.png Flightone-configurator-wizard-orientation-complete.png

Detect receiver

Flightone-configurator-wizard-detect-receiver.png Flightone-configurator-wizard-radio-complete.png

Setup radio

Flightone-configurator-setup-radio.png Flightone-configurator-wizard-move-sticks.png Flightone-configurator-wizard-disarmed.png

Flightone-configurator-wizard-armed.png Flightone-configurator-wizard-radio-complete.png

Calibrate motors


Fix motor direction & iddle

Flightone-configurator-wizard-motor-direction-warning.png Flightone-configurator-wizard-motor-spinning.png Flightone-configurator-wizard-spinning-direction.png

Manually setup

Parameter Description
ARMED Pick the switch you want to arm with
ACROLEVEL Angle not limited, returns to level when sticks are centered
LOGGING Starts the blackbox logger
LEDMODE Change will cycle through the modes
DIRECT Reduced latency from sticks
BRAINDRAIN Sharper feel and reponse
PROFILE3 When this mode is active, it switches to PID profile 3
LAUNCH Allows quad to tilt forward and hold position on a launch stand
AUTOKI Reduces ki the farther out the sticks are from center, can help remove bounce in some cases
VTXCHANNEL Sets channel, band, power, and unlocks VTX. Channel and power can be set in the configuration tab
LEVEL Is like angle mode, goes back to level mode, the angle of the quad is limited. More for beginners
FAILSAFE Can be set to a switch
BUZZER Turn buzzer on or off
LEDCOLOR Change will cycle through 7 colors
VTXON To turn off and on the VTX. Requires SmartAudio
PROFILE2 When this mode is active, it switches to PID Profile 2
QUOPA Reverses motors and automatically flips over and upside down quad
MOTORBEEP Makes the motors beep to find a lost quad
KILLSWITCH Changes channel to the kill channel set in the configuration tab and kills the quad completely so that it can't be rearmed
OSDMENU When activated, brings up the FL1 menu in the OSD

Arming issues

Will show possible issues if you are not able to arm the quad.


Bind Spektrum

This section/article is being written and is therefore not complete.
Thank you for your comprehension.

Radio Data

Shows values received from the radio (useful to identify aux)



Shows data from the gyroscope.





For QUOPA, you can choose between:

  • Automatic 2 motor mode: Only uses 1 or 2 motors that are unstuck auto-flip back over. Can wiggle sticks to aid flip
  • Manual 2 motor mode: Does not assist in flip over. You must use sticks to flip quad over yourself


Use the offset to correct voltage if you have a different value than the one measured with a voltmeter.


Radio settings


Receiver protocol
Disabled, Spektrum RX Pin, Spektrum TX Pin, SBUS RX Pin, SBUS TX Pin, SUMD RX Pin, SUMD TX Pin, IBUS RX Pin, IBUS TX Pin, DSM2 RX Pin, DSM2 TX Pin, CPPM RX Pin, CPPM TX Pin, CRSF RX Pin, CRSF TX Pin
Receiver port

Test motors & Idle motor test


  • Test motors: Runs a test on motors to get their noise score which can be used to diagnose a bad motor
  • Motors iddle: percentage of motor rotation when armed (5% is the default value)
  • Idle motor test: If you need to check single motor spinning or direction


Flightone-configurator-configuration-telemetry.png Flightone-configurator-configuration-telemetry-tx3-rx3.png

Refer to the complete pinout diagram for more information on ports.


Crossfire Telemetry on TX3
recommended not to enable (I've been told by Raceflight on their Facebook support page that it is not recommended using telemetry for crossfire [because] you can't fly with others when using it, and you already have OSD so it's not needed.)
Taranis Telemetry (RX3 pin)
recommended to enable (will enable VTX and PID control from OSD via SmartAudio)
On my Taranis, I was able to gather following values: 1RSS, 2RSS, RQly, RSMR, RFMD, TPWR, TRSS, TQly, TSMR
Spektrum Telemetry
for Spektrum

VTX Pitmode Type



VTX settings

Kill band
A, B, E, FatShark, Race, Low
Kill channel
VTX Power
25mW, 200mW, 500mW, 8000mW
VTX Band
A, B, E, FatShark, Race, Low
VTX Channel
VTX Device
SmartAudio, TrampTLM, Other



Electronic Speed Control (ESC) settings


Blheli32 telemetry
Get telemetry from the ESC
Notice that in order to use Blheli32 telemetry, you have to use DShot or Proshot ESC protocol. Blheli32 telemetry isn't available for Multishot
ESC type
blheli_s, blheli32, other
ESC protocol
MultiShot (Recommended), MultiShot 16 kHz, DShot1200, DShot600, ProShot 16kHz, ProShot 32kHz
Passthrough Cleanflight
The board will automatically install CleanFlight in order to enable Blheli passthrough
Once done programming your ESCs click reinstall Flight One button in the Flight One configurator and the board will reflash and restore previous settings

OSD and Camera Control



Choose Internal OSD if your FC is RevoltOSD
Disabled, Tx1, Tx2, Tx3, Tx4, Tx5, Tx6, Internal OSD
OSD Type
OSD Font
mega font biggest numbers possible for max visibility
small font, same as original font smaller characters
medium font / MewoFPV's font


Possible values for the OSD:

  • None
  • Pilot name
  • Craft name
  • Time armed
  • Battery picture mah
  • Battery picture volt
  • Voltage
  • mah
  • RSSI
  • Crosshair
  • Current
  • Volatage Per Cell
  • Average ESC temp
  • ESC 1 eRPM
  • ESC 2 eRPM
  • ESC 3 eRPM
  • ESC 4 eRPM
  • ESC 1 current
  • ESC 2 current
  • ESC 3 current
  • ESC 4 current
To have the correct value of the RSSI on CrossFire in the OSD, make sure you have set Channel Map > Dat.Ch. 8 set to RSSI or RSSI/LQ in the Crossfire settings on the Taranis.

Camera Control

If your camera has an OSD pin, you can wire it to the RevoltOSD as follows, to be able to control the camera settings from the flight controller:


On July 2018, this feature (confirmed on F1 facebook support page) is not yet implemented in the current version of flightone-configurator.

PID Tuning


Ready for use PID tunes

Supported default configurations

Setup Roll Pitch Yaw
Default 37 33 33 36 35 33 51 36 33
Skitzo freestyle 61 37 39 58 37 38 54 37 32
Black Bird freestyle 54 37 36 51 39 36 58 40 33
RC12 freestyle 36 31 38 34 32 33 49 30 25
419 tune 32 29 41 31 30 37 44 30 34
Captain Vanover tune 33 33 36 33 33 36 44 33 28
2.5 inch tune 18 20 21 20 20 23 19 20 20
3inch 35 33 32 33 32 29 39 30 25
6inch 31 30 33 31 30 33 43 30 33
7inch 4S 64 41 52 63 41 48 85 41 44


Notice that some pre-configurations may automatically change filtering tunes (e.g. Skytzo tune will automatically select Predictive filters)

Load custom defaults

This will enable to enter the URL of a configuration that you found on the following resource:


PID tuning


Signal smoothing


RC Smoothing will smooth control input from stick movement

RC Smoothing
Percentage of smoothing for the stick movements
Good for 5 inches quad
New RC Smoothing
Number of degrees/second
Relevant for larger quads

Limit settings


CG Adjustment
Between 80% and 120%. Good value around 90%
kD and kI limits
Percentage of limitation on I and D of your overall PID value (e.g. kD set to 0.4 means that you are limiting D to 40% of your overall PID values)
Default to 0.4
Roll, Pitch and Yaw deadband
Percentage of stick movement that is ignored.
1% of the stick is ignored, which is the default value for Taranis radio, because gimbals are less accurate in the center




Ready for use filters


Setup Filtering D Filtering
Gyro Smoothing Stage 1 Filter type Stage 1 Roll Low Pass Cut Off Stage 1 Pitch Low Pass Cut Off Stage 1 Yaw Low Pass Cut Off Stage 2 Filter type Stage 2 Roll Low Pass Cut Off Stage 2 Pitch Low Pass Cut Off Stage 2 Yaw Low Pass Cut Off Stage 1 Filter type Stage 1 Roll kD Filtering Stage 1 Pitch kD Filtering Stage 1 Yaw kD Filtering Stage 2 Filter type Stage 2 Roll kD Filtering Stage 2 Pitch kD Filtering Stage 2 Yaw kD Filtering
Default Off RC FIR2 Filter 170 170 170 RC FIR2 Filter 70 70 70 RC FIR2 Filter 70 70 70 Disabled - - -
Low Off Frequency Filter 240 240 240 Frequency Flilter 70 70 70 BiQuad Filter 70 70 70 Disabled - - -
Medium Medium RC FIR2 Filter 200 200 200 Frequency Filter 70 70 70 RC FIR2 Filter 70 70 70 Disabled - - -
High Medium RC FIR2 Filter 200 200 200 RC FIR2 Filter 70 70 70 RC FIR2 Filter 70 70 70 Disabled - - -
Predictive High Predictive Filter - - - Disabled - - - RC FIR2 Filter 70 70 70 Disbaled - - -



Gyro smoothing
Off, Medium, High, Very high
In most pre-configurations, you can disable gyro smoothing
Filter type (stage 1 and stage 2)
2 stage filtering. Stage 1 filter is run first, and stage 2 filter is run second.
OG Filter, Predictive Filter, BiQuad Filter, Frequency Filter, RC FIR2 Filter, Fake Kalman Filter, Brick Wall, Disabled

D Filtering



Ready for use rates

Supported default configurations

Setup Roll Pich Yaw
Rate Expo Acro Plus Rate Expo Acro Plus Rate Expo Acro Plus
Beginner Rates 300 50 20 300 50 20 300 50 20
Default Rates 400 50 140 400 50 140 400 50 140
Acro Rates 400 50 200 400 50 200 400 50 200
Shaun Rates 258 50 58 258 50 58 147 20 40
Skitzo Rates 350 60 190 350 60 190 350 60 190
BrainDrain Rates 320 60 0 300 60 0 280 60 0
Captain Vanover Rates 350 40 75 350 40 75 350 40 75






Throttle curve



  • You can create up to 3 profiles to switch between different PID, rates and filter settings.
  • These profiles can be easily accessed via switches on the Taranis, using PROFILE2 and PROFILE3 from the Manual setup section of the SETUP tab.
  • You can rename profiles to give them explicit names
  • You can also import and export profiles



Shows ESC values from the ESC telemetry




  1. Assign a switch on the Taranis to the LOGGING param on the Manual setup section of the SETUP tab.
  2. Enable the LOGGING switch when the quad is powered on to start logging
  3. Disable the LOGGING switch to stop logging

Analyze logs


  • It will automatically mount a new drive on your computer, that you can use to read logs from the Betaflight Blackbox Explorer.



Command Description
set param=values set value for param
save apply changes
flashmsd run this command to access MSD mode for fast log downloads
vtxinfo Will print vtx info to the console (make sure you remove props and plug the battery)
#me vtx.vtxDevice=2
#me vtx.vtxBand=2
#me vtx.vtxChannel=0
#me vtx.vtxBandChannel=e1
#me vtx.vtxPower=3
#me vtx.vtxPit=VTX in Pit Mode
#me vtx.vtxRegion=0
#me vtx.vtxFrequency=5705
vtxon Will turn on the VTX
vtxpit Will send the VTX pit mode command (Warning: TBS VTX will not enter pit mode once it is on until you power cycle the VTX)

Will set the band channel using strings


  • vtxbandchannel r1 will set the VTX to raceband 1
  • vtxbandchannel f4 will set the VTX to fatshark 4

1wire commands (ESC control)


  • All settings can be changed in the ESC tab of the GUI, but if you wish to use the Console to make changes to your ESC settings here is the list of commands.
  • Before entering any command, remove props and plug the battery.
  • Always 1wire save after any changes.

List of available commands:

Command Description
1wire read reads the esc info
1wire save saves 1wire changes
1wire auto Automatically updates all esc firmware
1wire stop stops the 1wire connection
1wire m0/1/2/3=beacondelay=2min Change esc beacon setting
1wire m0/1/2/3=upgrade upgrades esc firmware
1wire m0/1/2/3=timing=medium/high/low Changes esc timing
1wire m0/1/2/3=brakeonstop=disable/enable changes esc stop
1wire m0/1/2/3=direction=reversed/normal changes motor direction
1wire m0/1/2/3=beepstrength= 01/91/92/93/94/40
  • 01: Stealth Mode (Totally silent, all tones disabled)
  • 91: Imperial March Startup Tone
  • 92: “Crazy Start” Tones
  • 93: Game of Thrones Startup Tone
  • 94: HG Startup Tone
  • 40: basic


1wire read
1wire m0=beepstrength=93
1wire m1=beepstrength=93
1wire m2=beepstrength=93
1wire m3=beepstrength=93
1wire save
1wire stop
m0 = Motor 1, m1 = Motor 2, m2 = Motor 3, m3 = Motor 4


Parameter Supported in the GUI? Description Example
modes ARMED Y Assigned switch from armed mode modes ARMED=5=70=100
modes LEVEL Y Enable level flight mode from radio switch modes LEVEL=0=0=0
modes ACROLEVEL Y Enable acrolevel from radio switch modes ACROLEVEL=0=0=0
modes FAILSAFE Y Enable failsafe from radio switch modes FAILSAFE=0=0=0
modes LOGGING Y Enable logging from radio switch modes LOGGING=0=0=0
modes BUZZER Y Enable buzzer from radio switch modes BUZZER=7=-30=30
modes LEDMODE Y   modes LEDMODE=0=0=0
modes LEDCOLOR Y   modes LEDCOLOR=0=0=0
modes DIRECT Y   modes DIRECT=0=0=0
modes VTXON Y   modes VTXON=0=0=0
modes BRAINDRAIN Y   modes BRAINDRAIN=0=0=0
modes PROFILE2 Y Enable profile 2 modes PROFILE2=0=0=0
modes PROFILE3 Y Enable profile 3 modes PROFILE3=0=0=0
modes QUOPA Y Enable QUOPA mode from radio switch modes QUOPA=6=-30=30
modes LAUNCH Y   modes LAUNCH=0=0=0
modes MOTORBEEP Y   modes MOTORBEEP=0=0=0
modes AUTOKI Y   modes AUTOKI=0=0=0
modes KILLSWITCH Y   modes KILLSWITCH=0=0=0
modes VTXCHANNEL Y   modes VTXCHANNEL=0=0=0
modes OSDMENU Y   modes OSDMENU=0=0=0
throttlecurvex (where x=1,2,3) Y   throttlecurve1 0=7=15=29=42=58=75=87=100
throttlecurve2 0=12=25=37=50=62=75=87=100
throttlecurve3 0=12=25=37=50=62=75=87=100
tpakpx (where x=1,2,3) Y   tpakp1 100=100=100=100=90=80=75=70=65
tpakp2 100=100=100=95=95=95=96=100=100
tpakp3 100=100=100=95=95=95=96=100=100
tpakix (where x=1,2,3) Y   tpaki1 100=100=100=100=100=100=100=100=100
tpaki2 104=100=95=95=95=95=95=100=104
tpaki3 104=100=95=95=95=95=95=100=104
tpakdx (where x=1,2,3) Y   tpakd1 100=100=100=95=95=95=96=100=100
tpakd2 100=100=100=95=95=95=96=100=100
tpakd3 100=100=100=95=95=95=96=100=100
mixer_type ?   set mixer_type=0
famx ?
  • set famx 90 through 110 will function as the old famx did but without the decimal place
  • set famx=0 will disable learning data entirely
  • set famx=1 will rely on LEARN mode for learn handling
    • This is the current default modeof operation
    • Learning only learns when learn mode is active
    • New learning model which was learned during a flight will not apply until after a disarm and rearm
    • Learn mode must be set for the learn model to apply to flight
  • set famx=2 will let the FC decide when the best time to learn is and LEARN mode isignored
    • Application of the learning model will still only reapply upon arm like when using LEARM mode
set famx=98
bounce_guard ? affects strength of bounce guard set bounce_guard=0.000
esc_protocol Y   set esc_protocol=0
m_dir Y   set m_dir=5
esc_frequency Y   set esc_frequency=32000
idle_percent Y Percentage of motor spinning when quad is armed set idle_percent=5.000
idle_percent_inv ?   set idle_percent_inv=8.000
spin_rec_str Y   set spin_rec_str=750.000
quopa_style Y
QUOPA_STYLE_AUTO       = 0   (normal opperation)
QUOPA_STYLE_SEMIAUTO   = 1   (allows increased speed from right stick input)
QUOPA_STYLE_MANUAL     = 2   (Only responds to right stick input)
QUOPA_STYLE_AUTO_2     = 3   (normal opperation using two motors at a time)
QUOPA_STYLE_SEMIAUTO_2 = 4   (allows increased speed from right stick input using two motors at a time)
QUOPA_STYLE_MANUAL_2   = 5   (Only responds to right stick input using two motors at a time)
set quopa_style=4
esc_type Y   set esc_type=1
moutx (where x=1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8) Y  
set mout1=1
set mout2=2
set mout3=3
set mout4=0
set mout5=4
set mout6=5
set mout7=6
set mout8=7
mottoled ?   set mottoled=0
en_throttle ?   set en_throttle=0.150
led_count ?   set led_count=16
led_red Y   set led_red=10
led_green Y   set led_green=0
led_blue Y   set led_blue=0
led_mode Y   set led_mode=0
led_with_usb ?
  • Default is 0
  • set to 1 to enable WS2812 LEDs when plugged into USB
  • The default is to have them disabled (0) since too many LEDs may draw too much power through the USB connection
set led_with_usb=0
telem_smartaudio Y

Port used for SmartAudio telemetry:

  • USART1RX = 15
  • USART2RX = 16
  • USART3RX = 17
  • USART4RX = 18
  • USART5RX = 19
  • USART6RX = 20
  • USART1TX = 21
  • USART2TX = 22
  • USART3TX = 23
  • USART4TX = 24
  • USART5TX = 25
  • USART6TX = 26
set telem_smartaudio=23
telem_sport ? Port used for s.port to enable s.port on rx pin 3:
set telem_sport=14
telem_spek ? to enable spektrum telemtry on USART used by the spektrum Rx set telem_spek=0
telem_msp ?

To enable MSP telemtry output on selected USART RX and TX pin

  • set telem_msp=1 through 6 for usart 1 through usart 6's TX pin
  • MSP support for OSD usage

The following command lines will enable MSP telemtry on usart 3's TX pin at 115,200 baud:

set telem_msp=3
telem_rfosd ?   set telem_rfosd=27
telem_tramp ?   set telem_tramp=0
telem_crsf Y   set telem_crsf=0
kill_ch ?   set kill_ch=47
vtx_ch ?   set vtx_ch=39
vtx_power ? Sets the power of the VTX. Possible values are:
  • 0 = 25mw
  • 1 = 200mw
  • 2 = 500mw
  • 3 = 800mw (Not supported on race version)
set vtx_power=3
esc_telem Y   set esc_telem=0
temp_in_f ?   set temp_in_f=0
telem_mavlink ? To enable Mavlink telemtry output on selected USART RX and TX pin (set telem_mavlink=1,2,3,4,5 or 6 set telem_mavlink=0
adc_current_factor Y
  • For bolt current sensor
set adc_current_factor=34.2
  • For bolt32 current sensor
set adc_current_factor=42
set adc_current_factor=42.000
voffset Y   set voffset=1.000
mahoffset ?   set mahoffset=1.000
vtx_pitmode_type Y
Pitmode off
set vtx_pitmode_type=0 (default, VTX will always turn on after a power cycle)
To change VTX operation, with battery connect and props off run the following commands in console:
set vtx_pitmode_type=0
Pitmode on
set vtx_pitmode_type=1 (VTX will default to pit mode after power cycle)
To change VTX operation, with battery connect and props off run the following commands in console:
set vtx_pitmode_type=1
set vtx_pitmode_type=0
vbat_buzzer N Buzzer alarm when per cell voltage is below defined threshold (vbat_cutoff) set vbat_buzzer=1
vbat_cutoff N Per cell voltage threshold to trigger buzzer alarm (if vbat_buzzer set to 1) set vbat_cutoff=3.799
bat_size N bat_size variable for crossfire telemetry (measured in mAh) set bat_size=1300
crsf_otx_cur_hack ? Will change crsf telemetry to display mah used in place of battery capacity since openTX does not support battery usage (default is on which is 1) set crsf_otx_cur_hack=1
gyro_rotation ? Used for the orientation of the board set gyro_rotation=0
board_calibrated ?   set board_calibrated=1
man_gy_roll_angle ? Used for the orientation of the board. set man_gy_roll_angle=-360 through 360 (rolling right is positive, left is negative, 0, 360 and -360 are the same point, a board upright and level with the horizon is 0) set man_gy_roll_angle=0.000
man_gy_pitch_angle ? Used for the orientation of the board. set man_gy_pitch_angle=-360 through 360 (pitching up is positive, down is negative, 0, 360 and -360 are the same point, a board upright and level with the horizon is 0) set man_gy_pitch_angle=0.000
man_gy_yaw_angle ? Used for the orientation of the board. set man_gy_yaw_angle=-360 through 360 (yawing right is positive, left is negative, 0, 360 and -360 are the same point, a board facing directly foward in relation to direction of travel is 0) set man_gy_yaw_angle=0.000
wiz_trkr ?   set wiz_trkr=55
tune_trkr ?   set tune_trkr=0
rf_loop_ctrl ?   set rf_loop_ctrl=20
craft_name Y   set craft_name=AstroX
pilot_name Y   set pilot_name=Pilou
pnamex (where x=1,2,3) Y Custom name for profile 1, 2 and 3 set pname1=Profile1
rowx (where x=1-16) ?  
set row1=0
set row2=524288
set row3=0
set row4=0
set row5=0
set row6=0
set row7=0
set row8=0
set row9=0
set row10=0
set row11=0
set row12=327680
set row13=393984
set row14=0
set row15=0
set row16=0
osdtype Y   set osdtype=0
charmap Y   set charmap=0
stick_curvex (where x=1,2,3) ?   set stick_curve1=4
nsmoothingx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set nsmoothing1=0
rc_smoothingx (where x=1,2,3) Y You can range it from 0.1 to 4.0 to decrease or increase the smoothing effect with 1.0 being default. Does not function in direct mode set rc_smoothing1=1.000
pitch_ratex (where x=1,2,3) ?   set pitch_rate1=400.000
roll_ratex (where x=1,2,3) ?   set roll_rate1=400.000
yaw_ratex (where x=1,2,3) ?   set yaw_rate1=400.000
pitch_acropx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set pitch_acrop1=140.000
roll_acropx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set roll_acrop1=140.000
yaw_acropx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set yaw_acrop1=140.000
pitch_expox (where x=1,2,3) ?   set pitch_expo1=50.000
roll_expox (where x=1,2,3) ?   set roll_expo1=50.000
yaw_expox (where x=1,2,3) ?   set yaw_expo1=50.000
yaw_kpx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set yaw_kp1=54.000
roll_kpx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set roll_kp1=61.000
pitch_kpx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set pitch_kp1=58.000
yaw_kix (where x=1,2,3) ?   set yaw_ki1=37.000
roll_kix (where x=1,2,3) ?   set roll_ki1=37.000
pitch_kix (where x=1,2,3). ?   set pitch_ki1=37.000
yaw_kdx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set yaw_kd1=32.000
roll_kdx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set roll_kd1=39.000
pitch_kdx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set pitch_kd1=38.000
kd_limitx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set kd_limit1=0.400
ki_limitx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set ki_limit1=0.449
slpx (where x=1,2,3) ? Kp for outter loop of self leveling modes for selected profile (1, 2, 3) set slp1=5.000
slix (where x=1,2,3) ? Ki for outter loop of self leveling modes for selected profile (1, 2, 3) set sli1=0.100
slax (where x=1,2,3) ? Max angle in degrees allowed for self leveling modes set sla1=35.000
sldx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set sld1=0.029
sm_filterx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set sm_filter1=3
sm_filtex (where x=1,2,3) ?   set sm_filter2=1
sm_filterx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set sm_filter3=1
filts1_typex (where x=1,2,3) ?   set filts1_type1=1
filts1_yawax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set filts1_yawa1=200.000
filts1_rollax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set filts1_rolla1=200.000
filts1_pitchax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set filts1_pitcha1=200.000
filts1_yawbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set filts1_yawb1=120.000
filts1_rollbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set filts1_rollb1=120.000
filts1_pitchbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set filts1_pitchb1=120.000
filts2_typex (where x=1,2,3) ?   set filts2_type1=8
filts2_yawax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set filts2_yawa1=250.000
filts2_rollax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set filts2_rolla1=250.000
filts2_pitchax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set filts2_pitcha1=250.000
filts2_yawbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set filts2_yawb1=70.000
filts2_rollbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set filts2_rollb1=70.000
filts2_pitchbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set filts2_pitchb1=70.000
dfilts1_typex (where x=1,2,3) ?   set dfilts1_type1=6
dfilts1_yawax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set dfilts1_yawa1=70.000
dfilts1_rollax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set dfilts1_rolla1=70.000
dfilts1_pitchax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set dfilts1_pitcha1=70.000
dfilts1_yawbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set dfilts1_yawb1=120.000
dfilts1_rollbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set dfilts1_rollb1=120.000
dfilts1_pitchbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set dfilts1_pitchb1=120.000
dfilts2_typex (where x=1,2,3) ?   set dfilts2_type1=8
dfilts2_yawax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set dfilts2_yawa1=0.000
dfilts2_rollax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set dfilts2_rolla1=0.000
dfilts2_pitchax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set dfilts2_pitcha1=0.000
dfilts2_yawbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set dfilts2_yawb1=70.000
dfilts2_rollbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set dfilts2_rollb1=70.000
dfilts2_pitchbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set dfilts2_pitchb1=70.000
afilts1_typex (where x=1,2,3) ?   set afilts1_type1=2
afilts1_yawax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set afilts1_yawa1=120.000
afilts1_rollax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set afilts1_rolla1=120.000
afilts1_pitchax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set afilts1_pitcha1=120.000
afilts1_yawbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set afilts1_yawb1=120.000
afilts1_rollbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set afilts1_rollb1=120.000
afilts1_pitchbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set afilts1_pitchb1=120.000
afilts2_typex (where x=1,2,3) ?   set afilts2_type1=2
afilts2_yawax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set afilts2_yawa1=25.000
afilts2_rollax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set afilts2_rolla1=25.000
afilts2_pitchax (where x=1,2,3) ?   set afilts2_pitcha1=25.000
afilts2_yawbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set afilts2_yawb1=120.000
afilts2_rollbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set afilts2_rollb1=120.000
afilts2_pitchbx (where x=1,2,3) ?   set afilts2_pitchb1=120.000
tpa_kp_curve_typex (where x=1,2,3) Y Set TPA curve for P, for selected profile (1, 2, 3) set tpa_kp_curve_type1=0
tpa_ki_curve_typex (where x=1,2,3) Y Set TPA curve for I, for selected profile (1, 2, 3) set tpa_ki_curve_type1=0
tpa_kd_curve_typex (where x=1,2,3) Y Set TPA curve for D, for selected profile (1, 2, 3) set tpa_kd_curve_type1=0
rx_protocol ?   set rx_protocol=20
rx_usart ?   set rx_usart=0
arm_method Y Double-Single arm method is set arm_method=0 set arm_method=1
rx_inv_direction ?   set rx_inv_direction=0
pitch_deadband ?   set pitch_deadband=0.014
roll_deadband ?   set roll_deadband=0.014
yaw_deadband ?   set yaw_deadband=0.014
throttle_deadband ?   set throttle_deadband=0.000
aux1_deadband ?   set aux1_deadband=0.000
aux2_deadband ?   set aux2_deadband=0.000
aux3_deadband ?   set aux3_deadband=0.000
aux4_deadband ?   set aux4_deadband=0.000
pitch_midrc ?   set pitch_midrc=990
roll_midrc ?   set roll_midrc=990
yaw_midrc ?   set yaw_midrc=992
throttle_midrc ?   set throttle_midrc=990
aux1_midrc ?   set aux1_midrc=992
aux2_midrc ?   set aux2_midrc=992
aux3_midrc ?   set aux3_midrc=992
aux4_midrc ?   set aux4_midrc=992
pitch_minrc ?   set pitch_minrc=172
roll_minrc ?   set roll_minrc=172
yaw_minrc ?   set yaw_minrc=172
throttle_minrc ?   set throttle_minrc=172
aux1_minrc ?   set aux1_minrc=172
aux2_minrc ?   set aux2_minrc=172
aux3_minrc ?   set aux3_minrc=172
aux4_minrc ?   set aux4_minrc=172
pitch_maxrc ?   set pitch_maxrc=1809
roll_maxrc ?   set roll_maxrc=1809
yaw_maxrc ?   set yaw_maxrc=1809
throttle_maxrc ?   set throttle_maxrc=1809
aux1_maxrc ?   set aux1_maxrc=1809
aux2_maxrc ?   set aux2_maxrc=1809
aux3_maxrc ?   set aux3_maxrc=1809
aux4_maxrc ?   set aux4_maxrc=1809
pitch_map ?   set pitch_map=2
roll_map ?   set roll_map=1
yaw_map ?   set yaw_map=3
throttle_map ?   set throttle_map=0
aux1_map ?   set aux1_map=4
aux2_map ?   set aux2_map=5
aux3_map ?   set aux3_map=6
aux4_map ?   set aux4_map=7
aux5_map ?   set aux5_map=8
aux6_map ?   set aux6_map=9
aux7_map ?   set aux7_map=10
aux8_map ?   set aux8_map=11
aux9_map ?   set aux9_map=12
aux10_map ?   set aux10_map=13
aux11_map ?   set aux11_map=14
aux12_map ?   set aux12_map=15
rc_calibrated ?   set rc_calibrated=1
bind ?   set bind=0
short_throw ?   set short_throw=1


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