Files for download
Opto controllers: Instruction manual
IBEX opto [CZ] - Czech instruction manual (version 2.02)
IBEX opto [EN] - English instruction manual (version 2.02)
Speed controllers: Common info
IBEX Release Notes 2.02 [EN] - Firmware changelog (downloadable using MAV Manager)
IBEX Pinout [EN] - Description of the extension ports
IBEX Recommendation [EN] - Recommended controller settings for various RC-model types
FrSky Telemetry Apps
FrSky Configuration Apps - FrSky Ethos compatible Lua apps
Frsky Installation - App installation guide

High-power speed controller for BLDC motors offers continuous current up to 80A at a voltage of up to 51V (12S LiPo). Using a special firmware, we offer the optional starter or starter-generator mode.

Replaced by: IBEX 80X

Weight [g] 60
Dimensions [mm] 57 x 35 x 28
Continuous current [A] 80
Max. current (2s) [A] 120
Telemetry Duplex EX, Hott, MSB, S.Bus2, SRXL2
Operational temperature [°C] -10÷110
Supply Voltage [V] 8 – 51V
Batteries LiXX 3 – 12
Cable crossection (input/output) [mm²] 4 / 2.5



  • Small dimensions combined with high power motor control.
  • Over- and undervoltage protection, overtemperature protection, motor-stall protection.
  • Configurable current limiter.
  • Optically isolated throttle input.
  • Safety shutdown when the throttle impulse is lost.
  • Configurable acceleration, timing, electromagnetic brake etc.
  • Low acoustic noise due to high frequency switching.
  • Automatic telemetry detection: Duplex EX, Hott, MSB, S.Bus2. Alternative firmware with Spektrum SRXL2 telemetry support.
  • Telemetry (RC system dependent): voltage, current, power, capacity, temperature, RPM, energy.
  • Telemetry min/max values are logged.
  • Configuration through the transmitter or external terminal (JETIBOX/SMART-BOX).
  • Firmware updates via USB interfaceusing the MAV Manager software.
  • Languages: CZ/DE/EN/FR/IT.




Additional functions

  • Option to activate the synchronous rectification (Active Freewheeling) for more accurate motor response and less heating of the controller during aerobatics.
  • Flawless operation with high power multi-pole motors and the vast majority of all other motor types.
  • Propeller positioning using a Hall sensor.
  • Optional external motor identification chip combined with a temperature sensor.