The Dianmu FPV Flight Controller with integrated OSD and GPS is the all-round solution for your FPV airplane. Supporting both traditional and delta wing models, it is designed to suit just about any fixed-wing FPV application.
Not only does the Dianmu offer gyro/accelerometer based flight stabilization, it also integrates OSD functionality with 80A current sensing, GPS, altitude holding, Return to Home functionality and more!
The Dianmu provides the easiest solution to all of your FPV model's needs, offering flight stabilization and OSD, GPS and Return to Home functionality all-in-one. With this system, you can be flying FPV with your favorite model in no time!
• 3-axis gyro and 3-axis accelerometer
• OSD functionality
• GPS (module included)
• Return to Home functionality
• In-built barometer
• In-built compass
• Integrated 80A current sensing
• AAT support
*Note: For more detailed info and specs, see user manual attached under the "Files" tab below.
GPS module: 10Hz
Input voltage: 3~6S (11.1~22.2V)
Input current: 80A max
PWM screen switch: Yes (3 mode)
Current sensor dimensions: 30x25x10mm
Main controller dimensions: 39x31x11mm
GPS module dimensions: 35x32x10mm
Weight (complete system): 61g
Dainmu Flight Controller
All necessary connection cables
Hmotnost ( g )
I am currently using this flight controller on my skywalker revolution glider. This flight controller is very compact and fairly easy to use. The connections for the osd on file are wrong as they show a single conector for video in and out, but in reality there is two connections on the top and botom of the board and a nearly impossible to read instruction manual that includes a diagram. I ended up following the traces on the board to figure which goes where. If anyone else is having trouble figuring out the wiring i can post a picture. Otherwise this board is very reliable and provides stable flight characteristics. Let me know if you have any questions.Rec' my Dianmu and Arkbird abt the some time last wk. Dianmu's main board is much smaller Arkbird's. Have uploaded fews size & weight comparision photos for sharing. Also uploaded 12V Cam & 5V Cam setup diagrams obtained from the public domain for info.
Found connecting TX video cable & Cam video cable to the Dianmu is the simplest configuration for using individual battery supply to Cam/Video TX. This setup can also make use of the balance plug from main battery for supplying 12V to both OSD, CAM/Video TX & motor together too. Nevertheless, someone suggested a filter would be needed to clear the noise from the motor when using a single battery setup.
I would say the Dianmu is good during my static tests so far, notwithstanding, I'm a greenhorn in FPV/OSD.