GEP-12A-F4 Turns Your Brushless Tinywhoop into a Rocket !

We love to fly Tinywhoops, especially when the weather is too hot or too cold outside and you’re itching to fly FPV, a Tinywhoop could hold that itch for a couple of days, but our joy is very limited by the ESC power (5 AMPS) combined with a weak Brushless motor (0703 or 0805) that could barely carry the weight of a Tinywhoop, and we usually end up with a burnt ESC or Motor !
Therefore GepRC stepped up the whole thing and came up with its brand new flight controller, the GEP-12A-F4.

It took GepRC team six months of research and creativity to design the GEP-12A-F4, and to be honest this thing is pure awesomeness!
Up to 4S battery !!! 4s ???!! in a Tinywhoop ??!!
can you imagine a Tinywhoop flying on 4s ?! combine that with an 1103 or 1105 brushless motor, an F411 chip that supports the latest Betaflight for the best fly performance, Gyro, and OSD ! all that in this Tiny lightweight flight controller ?!
Your Tinywhoop will become a Rocket, Thank you GepRC and Well done.

Some Photos of the GEP-12A-f4 :-

Full Specs :-

  • MCU: STM32F411
  • IMU: MPU6000 gyro/accelerometer (SPI)
  • OSD: BetaFlight OSD w/ AT7456E chip
  • Baro:NO
  • BEC Output: 5V@1A
  • Integrated LC Filter
  • Firmware target: MATEKF411
  • Size: 28.5×28.5mm board,25.5mm mounting holes (M2)
  • Installing Hole: 25.5×25.5mm, M2
  • ESC MCU: BB21F16G
  • Continuous current: 12A
  • Input:2-4s lipo
  • Supports Dshot600 ,Oneshot,Multishot
  • Current meter: 210
  • Target: G_H_30
  • Weight: 5.6g

Manual v1 :-

The new board is on Pre-order from GepRC main website and its will ship out starting May 7.