Controlled by an Atmel Mega168PA 8-Bit RISC based micro controller and utilizing a single 3-axis MEMS gyro the Hobbyking i86 Multi-Rotor Control Board is capable of 8 Multi-rotor craft types and 2 flight modes without the need to flash the micro controller. The simple dip switch systems allows for quick and easy selection of your desired Multi-rotor configuration and flight mode.
Light weight and compact the i86 can fit in the smallest of craft and includes a small piece of double sided tape to install.
The Hobbyking i86 Multi-Rotor Control Board supports:
Aero (fixed wing)
Quad copter X
Quad copter +
All of the above modes can be set in "Normal" mode or "Sports" mode (default normal)
Input Voltage: 4v to 6v
Input signal: 50hz standard PPM
PWM Frequency: 400hz for ESC, 50hz for servos
Gyro scale: +/- 500dps, ODR: 800hz
Operating temp: -40° C to 85° C
Size: 40mm x 40mm
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great price too took only a few minutes to set up
highly recommend this
board really good for filming with pots around 75pcnt
not so great for acro unless update firmware which is easily done with a usb asp i brought 2 !
Works well ! Quick and easy setup, good price!
Couldn't get it to work properly, even though, i did everything manual said. It starts shaking before you take off the ground. Maybe I didn't have enough experience with gain adjustment, but this was how I crashed my first quad...
I used it in st360 with multistar 20A ESCs and corona receiver.
Everything apart from shaking seems to be ok
Can't quite believe I missed this important bug when disarming. I nearly got a 11" prop at full speed in the eye and it has ruined my 3 DT750 motors.
Please do not be complacent like I was, this board has not been fixed since all the bad reports regarding the disarm bug. DO NOT USE IT FOR MULTIROTORs. I don't care that it only seems to do it for SimonK ESCs, this is just not acceptable safe programming of a flight controller. I will be asking for my money back and money for the 3 DT750s. Sorry HK, you simply are playing with fire by selling these boards.
Couldn't make my Y-6 fly stable with it - was almost uncontrollable with whatever tune-ups I've tried. Replaced with KK2.1 and on the 1st flight copter hovered in the middle of the room with my hands down. There are much better boards now than this one.
awesome controller , very flexible , easy to setup with dip switches , very stable
a good place to start in quadcopters
really chesp a great alternative to the kk board
a great budget board once set up. mine was a bit tricky as it turned out the motor diagram was wrong. motor 2 should be motor 1, 3 = 2, 4 = 3, 1 = 4, once that was sorted it all worked fine, only rudder needed reversing on the tranny, so for the maiden, stable in the hover, just a slight drift to the right. I can correct that with a bit of sub trim. so a great budget board to start flying multi rotor machines
I got two of these for a project quad. Works pretty well and easy to use. It just takes a little patience with the pitch, yaw, and roll pots. Once you have them set, quad flies very well.
Little bit complicated to get working properly, but nice to fly when done properly. No self leveling feature, but good for training maneuvers and orientation. Nice and very cheap controller.
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