The FLIP32 AIO (all-in-one) Pro Version flight controller includes a Flip32, MinimOSD, 5V 3A UBEC supporting up to 6S, 90A current sensor, a MS5611 barometer and PDB all on a 35x35mm PCB with 30x30mm mounting holes.
This version of the Flip32 AIO uses improved components and design that will properly limit the voltage to the MinimOSD preventing voltage spike and damage to the OSD.
• STM103 MCU runs Cleanflight firmware
• 8PWM output, supports Octocopter
• MS5611 Barometer
• Only 35x35mm, mount holes 30x30mm
• Onboard USB (for config the OSD and FC)
• 5V 3A UBEC (2-6S)
• OSD hardware, Compatible with MinimOSD/MWOSD/CC3D OSD
• Small PDB
• Current and voltage sensors
• Better OSD Chip used with less power consumption
• 2x Software serial, 2x Hardware serial ports
** This version ONLY Supports SPPM and Serial RX, an external SBUS inverter is needed.
Dimensions: 35 x 35 mm (30 x 30mm mounting holes)
Weight: 17g including wiring
Flip 32 AIO Flight Controller
Use betaflight naze 32 ver 3.2.3 and scarab osd 1.6 .
Connects to turnigy i6 (updated to 14 channels) radio ok using a X6B receiver (no leads come with the hobbyking version)
A little hard to setup but good for $12 au
Check out http://nathan.vertile.com/blog/2015/11/09/rctimer-oze32-integrated-flight-controller-review-and-setup/#flash-scarab-osd
same controllerI like to use the board with a Flying Wing but how do I connect the servo's? I have motor on the 1th, 2nd is empty, 3rd is right servo and 4th is left servo. Motor response is OK but the servo do not respond at all?I bought several of these boards when they were on special for about $10. Yeah they work fine and do the job, I've mostly been using them as stabilization in flying wings. But they are old school, the dip switches drive you nuts when setting them up, and they are no longer supported by cleanflight/betaflight/inav. Do your self a favour, spend a few dollars more and buy yourself an F3 board, unless you are running a super tight budget and don't mind the stuffing around.I installed this on a Clone ZMR Frame Running 30a little fav ESC running Oneshot125 and it and it is very stable and very fast. Thanks HKUsing Turnigy 9x don't have SBUS but still bought it. Its a good flight controller. Checked on clean flight, looks fun.If you can grab this little board on sale for 10 USD or less, it is absolutely fantastic! First thing you should do is load betaflight to it, and by the way, this is a naze board, not a flip. Second thing you should do is load scarab osd. After that you will need to calibrate the current and voltage sensors, because the default values are way off. Finally, you will need an Sbus inverter and to change the power pad for serial port 2 if you want to use an Sbus receiver. After that, this is actually a very capable board, if a little outdated because of the F1 chip. Still flies very well (once tuned of course), and the included current sensor + OSD are excellent features at this price point. My only real gripe is the lack of native Sbus support, and the janky PDB, use an external one instead.Because of the F1 chip, it's outdated for multicopters.
Does not connect to the most recent cleanflight software!
To get it working, I had to download cleanflight configurator v1 .crx file, enable developer mode on chrome, and install the .crx file manually.
I'm using Silicon labs drivers for usb/uart/vcp.
After all that, it's really quite a nice chip!Be aware that you cannot use the 5v from side of bord to supply the receiver it simple dont work i have 6 of them and all do the same.
I use separate PDB, in these way i dont have lines in video i dont think it has LC filter
Hard to solder all the wires from esc - on a side and + on the other side.
Use a case or epoxy to protect the chip.
Update with Naze otherwise it stay stuck in bootloader.
Its a good deal!Thank you HK!
I allready start to build my 7 th drone.
Keep making great offers!Just a quick follow up on my review..Updated to 1.14.2 and voila Altitude hold now solid..Did not touch any pids on anything...It seems that previous firmware (1.14.0 ) first one after 1.13.0 in Cleanflight had a bug...After research, I flashed board again to latest in the 1.14 list (Stable) and same configuration on quad and results where fantastic...No more changes...VERY HAPPY with this board. Also for those of you wondering PPM only or the other BUS thing...No PWM..in case some wonder..Also camera stab works great..Just know that pin 1 and 2( previously motor 1 and 2 are now for servo tilt or roll or in my case controlling brushless gimbal with switch (up or down) PINS 3456 are now your motor outputs (1234=3456 in that order..Meaning pin 3 is motor 1, and so on. Hope this helps you guys.