AnyFC F7 output mapping for INAV

AnyFC F7 when running INAV, is not using standard output mapping. That means, that M1 output is not where you should connect Motor 1 and M2 is not where Motor 2 should be connected. It’s a little complicated, but with following table it should be pretty easy to connect any possible configuration to AnyFC F7 and INAV.

Multirotors

Output number No LED Strip With LED Strip
1 Motor 4 Motor 4
2 Motor 5 LED Strip
3 Motor 6 Motor 5
4 Motor 7 Motor 6
5 Motor 3 Motor 3
6 Motor 2 Motor 2
7 Motor 8
8 Motor 7
9 Motor 8
10 Motor 1 Motor 1
Input Function
1 PPM
2
3 Servo 1
4 Servo 2
5 Servo 3
6 Servo 4

Airplanes

Output number Function
1 Motor 1
2 Motor 2
3 Servo 4
4 Servo 5
5 Servo 3
6 Servo 2
7 Servo 6
8 Servo 7
9 Servo 8
10 Servo 1

10 thoughts on “AnyFC F7 output mapping for INAV

  1. Hi, there is another F7 called “Realacc F7 Pro” which has only 8 motor outputs, so is Motor 1 unuseable?

    Thanks

  2. I have no idea how to connect motors..
    It would be great if..
    Input Function
    1 IBUS
    2 –
    3 MOTOR1
    4 MOTOR2
    5 MOTOR3
    6 MOTOR4

    1. IBUS goes to serial port, not motor output.

      Just look at first table: Motor 1 (rear right) goes to motor pad 10, motor 2 (front right) to motor pad 6 and so on

        1. I know. I suspect they removed outputs 8 and 9, not 9 and 10. But no way to confirm. I ordered one to check, but it will take some time to arrive to Europe where I live

      1. Thanks. man this is so frustrating that there is no proper manual. I have mulitrotor with optical ESCs so I have a signal and ground wire from the ESCs but i am confused as to how to connect any of those.

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