The SPRacing H7 NANO is a nano-sized Flight Controller (FC) with integrated 2-6S BEC for the ultimate power in your next nano-sized or ultra-lightweight race quad build.
The NANO board measures just 26.5x26.5mm with 20x20mm mounting pattern.
A 400MHz H7 CPU in a NANO form factor makes the NANO the most powerful NANO-sized FC you can currently buy!
The SPRacingH7NANO has an ARM Cortex-M7 400MHz CPU with Math co-processor (FPU)
The H7 CPU is 2x as fast as F4/F7 CPUs which runs the control loop and filters at lightning speed.
Advanced IO support means zero jumpers and 6 flexible serial ports.
The tried and trusted ICM20602 gyro gives excellent performance and supports update speeds up-to 32KHz
The SPRacing H7 NANO has a QuadSPI 128MB ultra-fast flash chip.
Not only is the chip itself fast and huge, but it's connected using a 4-bit QuadSPI bus which means data transfers are 4x as fast!
The low-noise ICM20602 gyroscope and accelerometer sensor is connected to the CPU on its own dedicated fast SPI bus.
A second spare SPI port allows external sensor connections. Having each sensor on their own bus will allow data simultaneous transfers from the sensor to the CPU via DMA without the CPU having to wait!
The SPRacing H7 NANO supports direct connection to 2-6 cell LiPo batteries.
*TVS protection diode fitted as standard on NANO-E
*TVS protection diode for NANO-S required when running 4 Cell (4S) or higher
SP Racing flight controllers have always supported 8 or more motor outputs. The NANO is no exception!
If you want to fly something other than a Quad-copter, then make an SP Racing H7 NANO the heart of your next crazy octo- or hexacopter!
The SPRacing H7 NANO features 6 serial ports.
5 are two-pin RX/TX/bi-directional, 1 is one-pin TX/bi-directional (for smartport, smartaudio, etc)
The SPRacingH7NANO has other great features with performance and specifications beyond what is found on competitors products.
Connect the NANO to an external OSD/VTX combo such as the TBS Unify Evo OSD/VTX to display VTX channel/band, battery voltage, current draw, capacity used, flight time, callsign, rssi, motors and other OSD elements.
Configure the elements on your OSD to your taste.
Supports new Bi-directional DSHOT telemetry ESCs.
Bi-directional telemetry allows RPM filter in the firmware to remove motor noise for super smooth flight, no additional ESC telemetry wire needed!
Use the USB socket to configure the flight controller and for pass-though configuration and flashing of BlHeli ESCs.
The USB socket is not shared with any of the serial ports.
Supports SBus, CrossFire, Spektrum1024/2048, XBus/IBus, SumH, SumD, FPort, PPM & more. No external inverters required (built-in), receiver powered via flight battery or USB for easy configuration.
Dedicated ports for PPM/SBus/SumH/etc for easy connections.
Output for multi-colored LED strips - great for FPV racing, line-of-sight flying orientation and night flying.
The SPRacing H7 NANO is allows you to use the transponder feature and the programmable LEDs at the same time!
The SPRacing H7 NANO runs Betaflight/Cleanflight* firmware which can be configured to suit your needs using a cross-platform GUI (Windows/OSX/Linux).
Developer friendly debugging port (SWD) and boot mode selection, un-brickable CPU bootloader.
Built in battery voltage monitoring, support for external current sensors.
Buzzer port for audible warnings and notifications.
Supports bi-directional and standard transmit-only telemetry systems including SmartPort/S.Port, HoTT, FrSky, Mavlink, IBus and LTM telemetry.
Telemetry enables audible and visible ground-station or receiver based alarms, warnings, information gathering and logging of FC data.
2-6S capable with enough current for powering your FC, Receiver, LED Strip, VTX and other accessories.
The SPRacing H7 NANO allows control of your FPV camera's OSD via transmitter sticks on supported cameras
*Requires external components, see Betaflight/Cleanflight wiki/documentation.
The always powered expansion port features I2C and 2 serial ports. It's perfect for GPS receivers, external sensors, ESC feedback or an always-on OLED Screen.
Connect a GPS, Mag and Barometer via the expansion port for GPS Navigation
* Available in Cleanflight soon, New GPS features under active development in iNav.
The SPRacing H7 NANO features a race transponder system for recording your lap times. Each board comes with a special transponder code to identify you at race events. Compatible with i-LAP,aRCiTimer and Easy Race Lap Timer receiver systems.
* IR LED and i-LAP code available separately
The SPRacing H7 NANO is a 20x20 mounting pattern board.
Suitable for light-weight fly-anywhere designs or ultra-light race quads.
Full support for DSHOT or OneShot ESCs for easy PID tuning and a sharper response.
DSHOT is pure-digital and electrical noise resistant.
The SPRacing H7 NANO features a Cleanflight logos so you can show your support!
Each purchase direct from the Seriously Pro shop also comes with stickers! (*when available)
The SP RacingH7NANO was designed and built by none-other than Dominic Clifton, aka Mr Cleanflight, the guy that created Cleanflight which spawned forks like Betaflight and iNAV.
How many other FC manufacturers have heritage like that?
Product photos, screenshots of the project, related websites and tools.
The SPRacing H7 NANO features a race transponder timing system. As you fly around the track the FC continually transmits your unique code via IR. As your aircraft passes the start/finish timing gate the track-side receiver records your lap-time.
* i-LAP Transponder code and IR-LED available separately.
The latest SPRacingH7NANO PDF manual can be downloaded here.
The SPRacingH7NANO runs and ships with the open-source Betaflight flight control (FC) software which is based on Cleanflight.
Betaflight provides users with bleeding-edge, fast-changing flight-control software, the best bits of which are picked for Cleanflight.
Most professional FPV racers use Betaflight to get them that winning-edge on race-day.
The SPRacingH7NANO will also run the open-source Cleanflight flight control (FC) software which has an ever-growing community of friendly developers and users. Being open-source means that you too can contribute to the system.
Cleanflight comes with a detailed manual that is reviewed and maintained by the Cleanflight developers and community. No more out-of-date wiki pages and second-hand information.
Cleanflight based firmware and configuration software was used by most pilots and the winner of the World Drone Prix 2016!