This multi function FPV Drone PDB For your CC3D flight controller has been engineered to provide racing performance and reliability. Enabling a crisp, solid power supply to your choice of ESC's and also supplying power in and out for cameras, transmitter LED's etc.
Power can be supplied from a 2S to 6S LiPoly battery and supports On Screen Diplays (OSD) to show Volts, Amps, Timer & RSSI.
OSD supports MWODS firmware like Cleanflight, Betaflight & Baseflight.
This is a bulletproof PDB with OSD for your FPV Racing drones.
• Power distribution board+ 5V/12V BEC+OSD
• Support 2-6S input voltage
• 2oz copper foil, 4 layer boards to secure the base of large current
• Dual BEC, 5V/12V
• OSD function, support KVteam MWOSD firmware, comes with FTDI
• Supports OSD features such Basic Volts, Amps, timer & RSSI.
• 36 x 36mm size, same installation hole as Naze32, CC3D, SP3
Input voltage: 5-24V DC (2-6S LiPoly)
BEC: 5V/2A & 12V/2A switchable
Maximum distribution current: 70A Constant, 100A Burst
Dimensions: 36 x 36 x 4mm
Mounting holes: 30.5 x 30.5mm M3 (Standard)
I received the board fairly well packaged and flashed it with the latest MWOSD firmware as per specification. The board was flashed successfully, as well as programmed. Then it worked ok-ish for a couple of times. OK-ish, because the fonts were not displayed properly, but that might be the firmware's fault, not the board's.
Anyway, what seemed stupid, and yes it's a strong statement, but that's just hoew it is, because if you look at the first picture at the left hand side corner of the board, you'll she a tiny tiny component soldered very very close to the mounting hole. When you screw the standoff for the FC chances are you'll knock that component of it's pads. So really not very well thought layout. Other than that could be a fine board.This is basically a very good product and an excellent value, but I must give it a low rating because of a build quality issue. The chip that does the OSD video overlay wasn't fully soldered to the board. Most of the chip's pins weren't soldered at all, resulting in a very flaky video signal (which I originally blamed on my video transmitter/receiver pair). I was able to fix the unit by soldering the missing connections under a microscope, but that's far beyond typical hobbyist capabilities. Most folks would have to return the product at their own expense, or worse, would suffer an in-flight failure. Examine the unit under a magnifier before installing it!
Once all the parts were properly soldered and the board was cleaned and dried (dish soap, hot water, and a toothbrush, followed by blow-off with dry air), the unit works well. I'm using the Minoposd firmware with LibrePilot loaded on the HK CC3D Mini.