All New F4 and F7 Mamba šŸ Flight Stacks – With Built In Bluetooth

Diatone have just announced their all new Mamba flight stacks, with the new ones being the F722 based stacks. But along with this they have also done a redesign of their super popular F4 stack. Read on to learn more about them.

The first mamba F4 stacks that Diatone released have become the goto flight stack as it offers all the features you need at an ultra competitive price, but more importantly it is pretty reliable too. So it is great to see that Diatone are now expanding their Mamba range to offer F722 variants along with the MK2 versions of the F4 flight stack towers.

Mamba F722 Stacks

The stand out feature is the F722 now has built in bluetooth using the CC2541 Bluetooth SOC. This means that you done need any annoying dongle, you just open your speedyBee app and can easily change settings when at the field. The Mini F722 Mambe unfortunately does not have this due to the limited size.

The F7 stacks basically just add the bigger and more powerful F722 MCU. This gives you more I/O and as Betaflight gets more advanced this CPU will cope with all the new features like Dshot1200 and ESC telemetry. The core new feature is focused around LED’s (along with the release of a bunch of chain-able LED boards from Diatone). There is also a dedicated LED button that lets you easily change colours, and mode. This is particularly nice when flying with friends and you want to set your LED colours to be unique.

Mamba F722S (30x30mm)Mamba F722 mini (20x20mm)
MCU: 216MHz STM32F722RET6 32BIT
IMU: MPU6000
Baro: No
OSD: BF OSD
Blacbox: 16M Flash Memory
Integrated Bluetooth: Yes
Uarts: 6Set
ESC Soft: Dshot300/600/1200
ESC Telemetry: RX6
ESC Current: 50A, Burst to 55A
Smartaudio: Yes
RSSI: Yes
Buzz: Yes
Input: 3~6S Lipo (12.6~25V)
VTS Protection: Yes
BEC: 5V 2A & 9V 2A (Max 3A)
MCU: 216MHz STM32F722RET6 32BIT
IMU: MPU6000
Baro: No
OSD: BF OSD
Blacbox: 16M Flash Memory
Integrated Bluetooth: No
Uarts: 6Set
ESC Soft: Dshot300/600/1200
ESC Telemetry: RX2
ESC Current: 30A, Burst to 35A
Smartaudio: Yes
RSSI: Yes
Buzz: Yes
Input: 2~6S Lipo (8.4~25V)
VTS Protection: Yes
BEC: 5V 2A (Max 3A)

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Mamba F4 Mk2 Stacks

Just like with the F7 stacks, the F4 MK2 also support LED with a dedicated button. Otherwise the stacks are just a minor hardware revision to improve reliability and ease of use. The specs otherwise are largely the same as the V1 Mamba F4 stacks. The nice thing here is that although we are getting a few more features on the board, the price is still the same!

Mamba F405 MK2Mamba F405 Mini MK2
MCU: STM32 F405
SIX-AXIS: MPU6000
FLASH: 16M
OSD: YES
BEC: 5V 2A&9V 2A
INPUT: 3~6S Lipo (12.6V~25V)
CONTINUE CURRENT: 40AƗ4
BURST CURRENT: 50A (10 seconds)
SOFT: Dshot 300/600
MOUNTING: 30.5mm/M3
WEIGHT: 19.6g
MCU: STM32 F405
SIX-AXIS: MPU6000
FLASH: 16M
OSD: YES
BEC: 5V 2A
INPUT: 2~4S Lipo (8.4V~16.8V)
CONTINUE CURRENT: 25AƗ4
BURST CURRENT: 30A (10 seconds)
SOFT: Dshot 300/600
MOUNTING: 20mm/M3
WEIGHT: 10.5g

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