BetaFPV Beta65s Full Setup Guide DSMX


Hello everyone welcome back.

In today’s video I will be giving you a full bind to fly guide on setting up your Beta 65s. With the FrSky version it’s much easier to bind and fly. With the DSMX version I found some small issues that required some tweaking. Watch the full video to learn how to change your RXranges and set your subtrims. I will also give you at look at my pids and rates. If you have any questions leave me a comment and I will get back with you as soon as possible.

Here is all the information on the DSMX build and what I used to complete the build.

This was a really fun build. Being able to work with and use the new camera was nice. I like that they provide you with the pig tail for the video in and out. I was able to add in a pigtail on the board to connect the camera in a lot easier. With the provided two pin standoff the power connection was a breeze. Just be sure to watch the orientation of the camera on the flight controller when you are soldering the joint.

Pick up a BetaFPV Z01 Camera with support for OSD when paired with the BetaFPV Flight Controller.

The motors I used come stock on the 65s. They are the BetaFPV 716 17500kv motors. They are a fantastic set of motors for any micro or tiny whoop that supports 7mm motors. I have used them as replacements for the stock Eachine E011 motors with great success.

Pick up a set of the BetaFPV 716 17500kv Brushed Motors.

The BetaFPV DSMX Flight Controller is a easy to build with flight controller. It offers a built in DSMX receiver and BetaFlight OSD support. I love having OSD. It helps me keep my batteries in check and also when testing flight times it allows me a nice read out of my results. Configuring the flight controller in betaflight was easy. I did have to reverse some RX channels which I will provide a video on soon so stay tuned. After some subtrim tweaks I had myself a great flying tiny whoop.

I will be posting my pids very soon. Im still tweaking them a bit.

Pick up the BetaFPV DSMX Flight Controller with support for BetaFlight OSD.

In this build I used the translucent canopy and tri blade props. These are a great pair for any of their 65mm form factor. I love how they look and the props are strong and with stand the impact from crashed. The same can be said for the canopy. Bashing indoors and outdoors with out a care.

Pick up a set of the BetaFPV Canopies. You will receive 3 blue canopies and 2 clear canopies.

Pick up a 4 pack of the translucent triblade 31mm props.

For this build I have been flying the BetaFPV 230 and 260mah LiHV Batteries. If you use promo code CRAYT230 you will receive 8% off 1 8 pack of the 230mah LiHV batteries and 10% of 2 8 packs of the 230mah LiHV batteries.

Pick up a 8 pack of the 230mah LiHV batteries from BetaFPV

Pick up a pack of the 260mah LiHV batteries from BetaFPV

I used the SainSmart TS100 Soldering Iron. This is a fantastic soldering iron that has a nice fine point tip and heats up really fast.

Pick up the SainSmart TS100 Soldering Iron.

For FPV I use both the Tactic RM2 monitor and the Makerfire VR008 Pros.

Pick up the Tactic RM2 monitor

Pick up the Makerfire VR008 Pros

I am currently flying this build with the Walkera Devo 7e. This is a great affordable transmitter.

Pick up the Walkera Devo 7e today.


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