Armattan FPV Morphite X155 Frame
The FPV Morphite is a true unibody X quad made of 3mm carbon fiber and has a wheel base of 155mm. It is extremely light coming in at only 56g making it a very fast and agile flier. This quad comes with a MRP POD designed by Florent. This POD is specifically designed as a housing your FPV camera and video transmitter. Taillight LEDs are also provided so that everyone can see where you’ve been.
It is recommended that you use 1306~1806-3100+kv motors with 20A ESCs and power provided by a 3S LiPoly battery. Propellers should be up to 4” (4050) CW and CCW.
There should be hours of fun with this drone as the frame should be near unbreakable as it comes with a manufactures lifetime warranty on the air frame.
• Extremely lightweight (56g)
• MRP POD for FPV camera and Video TX
• 3mm Carbon Fiber main plate with Lifetime Warranty (from manufacturer)
• Propeller size up to 4” or 4045
Weight: 56g (frame only)
Thickness main plate: 3mm Carbon Fiber
Thickness top plate: 2mm Carbon Fiber
1 x Armattan X155 frame kit
1 x LED board
1 x Battery strap
1 x XT60
1 x Sticker
1 x Flight Controller
4 x 20A ESCs
4 x 1306~1806 3100+Kv Motors
4 x 4” Propellers
1 x 5V Regulator
1 x 11.1V 3S LiPoly Battery
1 x 5~6 Channel TX/RX
1 x FPV Camera and Video TX (and receiver/googles)
Using this frame for a 3" build with a little extra space. 248g without VTX/Cam but with 850mAh, 3S Graphene and DYS 1306-4000KV.
Bought it for the name and warranty.
It is made for 2 PCBs only, and you can't really substitute plastic spacers, as they would break in case of crash. So you need aluminium spacers and longer screws. FPV cage will not fit with my spare screws with slightly higher heads. With included parts I could not fit an RX in the stack with my 20A 4in1 w/ BEC and my F4 FC. So used longer spacers in the middle.
There are holes for pillars to hold a larger FPV tower, so they open up an extra option.
OK as a standard frame, but with the video stack it looks vulnerable. I will make/print a frame to hold my battery and cover the screw heads below. If you use velcro on battery+quad, there is less risk of screw heads damaging battery.TOTALLY USELESS: don't buy this!
Is there an engineer at Armattan? I doubt it... Motors holes are 2.3mm wide, as all serious motors (even in small sizes) have 3mm screws (quite standard). The 4 screws retaining the PDB and FC protrude outside the frame (not sunken heads, cylinders instead) so you can be sure you will damage your battery in case of hard landing. The PDB doesn't contain any BEC (5V and 12V, or AT LEAST 5v), so please buy one separate and try to insert it somewhere in such a small frame. The "FPV Pod" is also a joke, not compatible with ANY standard camera or ANY standard 5.8 GHz TX.Awesome little frame...
Built mine with naze32, littlebee 20A, DYS 1806-2700kv, 4in blades, 4S - is a little rocket :)