Beta65S Lite Micro Whoop Quadcopter

Beta65S Lite Micro Whoop Quadcopter

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The Beta65S Lite is a new version with BETAFPV Lite brushed flight controller. Powered by Silverware firmware, much simple and much affordable.  It is ready to fly and the Silverware software does not require switch setting like Betaflight does. 

Parts Upgraded

  • TX : From TX01 to LiteRadio Transmitter
  • Motors: From 7X16 17500KV to 7x16 19000KV 
  • Frame: From V3 to V4 Frame

Do you want to use your hobby radio transmitter (like Frsky QX7 / X9D etc) to control this drone in Bayang protocol? Want a long range control above 300m? High recommend this newest Bayang Lite RF module. Know more about this LiteModule here.

Bullet Point

  • As same as the Beta65S, more punch on throttle with faster 19000KV 7x16mm motors and 3-blade propellers.
  • Support level mode and acro mode. Also it has the ability to change settings for custom builds, or to adapt to personal preferences by stick gestures.
  • Built in Bayang protocol native receiver, compatible with almost radio transmitter with deviation firmware or deviation compatible transmitter module
  • BETAFPV Z01 AIO 25mW vtx camera with 48 channels in total.


    • Wheelbase: 65mm
    • Weight: 25g (without battery)
    • Flight Controller: BETAFPV Lite Brushed Flight Controller
    • Motor: 7x16mm 19000KV Brushed Motors
    • Receiver: Bayang protocol
    • Camera and 5.8G Tx: AIO 520TVL 1/4 Inch Camera 25mW 40CH
    • Power connector: JST-PH 2.0 connector, AKA PowerWhoop connector
    • Batterry: 3.7V 260mAh Lipo battery
    • Flight time: 3 minutes

     High recommend the BETAFPV VR008D goggle with this Lite drone.


    Silverware is a firmware for some micro quadcopters, which support level mode and acro mode. So you could use this on whoop FPV racing. Also it has the ability to change settings for custom builds, or to adapt to personal preferences. 

    By default, Silverware use stick sequences, which also called gestures, to change modes, tune PIDs, calibrate accelerometer or save settings.

    For example, with Frsky QX7 radio transmitter, change the FC's mode between level and acro. Just move the right stick as show below.

    For all the gestures in Silverware, please Go to Basic User Manual in support freshdesk.

    Supported Radio Transmitter

    Currently the built-in receiver is compatible with Bayang protocol. Here is a listing of radio transmitter that could be compatible with this Lite Drone.

    If not sure whether your radio transmitter could support this FC board, please email us ( for help.

    For example, if you have a Frsky Tanaris QX7 / X9D radio transmitter and want to try this FC board, just plug in a MTX90 multiprotocol module and done.




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