Furibee just launched a 200mm wheelbase FPV racing drone, i.e., the Furibee Fuuton 200. The quadcopter comes with a strong X shaped frame, which is advertised as very impact-resistant, and has some more features. Let’s have a closer look!
The FuriBee Fuuton 200 sports a Kakute AIO V1.0 flight controller, which integrates an OSD (MWOSD) and a PDB. It supports 7 – 42V voltage input and up to 6S LiPo batteries.
The quadcopter is powered by four BLHeli S 20A ESCs with up to 30A support (Oneshot125 and DShot150) and four 2205 2500KV brushless motors. It also mounts four 5040 three-blade propellers.
The FPV system is composed of a 5.8GHz 40CH 600mW VTX, a 600TVL HD CCD PAL camera with a wide 2.5mm 140-degree FOV lens and a 5dBi mushroom antenna. There’s an additional bracket for sports cameras if you wish to add one.
The FuriBee Fuuton 200 comes in two versions: a BNF variant with FrSky 16CH TARANIS compatible receiver and a PNP one with no receiver.
FuriBee Fuuton 200: Specifications
- STM32F303CCT6 32-bit processor with 256KB flash
- MPU6050 gyroscope / accelerometer
- ATmega328P with Adruino Bootloader (minimOSD)
- Micro USB connector for programming
- BLHeli – S 20A ESC supports 30A burst current, Oneshot125 and DShot150
- 2205 2500KV brushless motors
- 5040 3-blade propellers
- Wheelbase: 200mm
FuriBee Fuuton 200: Pricing and Availability
Considering its specs the Fuuton 200 should be a pretty fun racing drone to compete with and while it may not be cheap, it’s still priced very good compared to the other options on the market.
Furibee have lately been fairly aggressive in promoting their quadcopters and quadcopter-related gear. Their F36 is probably the most popular product now, thanks to the Tiny Whoop craze. What’s nice in this for the regular hobbyist is that the increasing competition has and will lead to better products and more affordable pricing.