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
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Bought one which had a bad connector for the USB port but since I had built my quad according to the positions of the fc's connectors I decided to order a new one. Then I flashed the new fc with the latest firmware, built it to look like my own, ordered an sbus inverter, got it finally working and then - I can't fucking arm the motors. Not by a switch nor a stick command.
Worked with it hours and hours, read all about like everything on the forums and still couldn't get it functioning. Now I'm pretty done with this fc and already ordered another one, a SPRacing F3 EVO. This was my last clone of NAZE32.
In addition, the manual coming with the fc tells you where to connect stuff but if you encounter some problems with connectivity there's no place you can find solutions.
This board works great with Cleanflight and MWOSD. Perfect for 200 and smaller quads since you don't wan't to push more than 90 amps through it. The gyro is a little noisy and if you are looking for top of the line locked in feel, you will need a higher end board. However, for most FPV and small quad flyers, this board is fantastic. I've purchased 6 of these and it does have some quality issues. I had one with a buzzer pad that fell off and another one with the OSD that burned out. I do have 4 quads that I fly regularly from 180 to 270 and the convenience of having one usb port for everything is invaluable, and for $32!!. Try buying a PDB, OSD, FC and FTDI separate... The bigger quads I do use a separate PDB for the ESCs to keep the current in the Flip32 under control.