Illuminati 32 Flight Controller with OSD
The Illuminati 32 ensures your racing rig is a navigators delight by containing a 32-bit flight controller as well as an OSD in the same small package. Now you can get all your flight details straight on your display.
At the heart of the Illuminati 32 is a 32bit ST micro workhorse processor, with untapped memory and CPU power and a host of equally impressive sensors. The Illuminati 32 is Cleanflight supported for easy setup and use. Matched up with some of the nicest GUI programs and features to get the most out of your configuration. This setup gives your quad fast response making flying a breeze.
FPV flying gets even better when using the OSD which gives real-time superimposed video and flight data information during flight. The OSD can display multiple flight information specs including power voltage, flight velocity, height, and distance from the home point, horizontal attitude, and GPS satellite number and so on depending on the sensors you have attached.
This flight controller flies just like the best, but now you're saving weight so you can overtake the rest.
• Combined 32 bit Flight Controller with KV OSD on the one small package
• 32 bit ARM microprocessor for fast speed and fast response
• Flight controller Cleanflight supported
• KV OSD giving real-time and accurate flight data superposed on screen
• Gyro, accelerometer and pressure sensor. Acrobatic, auto-level, heading hold, head-free, altitude hold flight mode
• Up to 8 ch RC input - supports standard receivers (PWM), PPM Sum receiver (FrSky, etc), or Spektrum satellite receivers
• Extra sensor like GPS and compass can be added
• Packaged in a hard case
• Upgrade via USB
Mounting: 30.5mm (without case)
Dimensions: 39x39x12mm (in case)
Weight: 12.3g (in case)
1 x Illuminati 32
1 x Set of Cables
1 x Manual
goodAs title, but once you figure out how to flash cleanflight (Naze 2) it is simple enough.
Wiring is a bit weird every connection is female so bit of trouble connection a servo with a female plug.Can't get the ppm/sbus working. I've connected on pin for, and selected serial_rx in the port and receiver list, tried all the bus systems i could choose but non working. tried ppm after that but also gives no input. i'm using futaba t8j. did someone got it working? beside this problem i have it is a good controller, I used pwm to test and I like the way it handles.I have three of these. All are working great. The OSD makes it awesome. Set it up tame or radical. Very good FC for the money.This thing is amazing, i was previously using a kk2.... never again! This is as solid as a rock!! The OSD is super handy as well mainly for the battery voltage, at first i was struggling to find info on it and then found is basically just a Naze board so i followed all the instructional vids for that and wolla! sorted!
If you go to international page and view the files ta you will also find some very handy info there!Just got this fc and seems ok but the manual is a pin out card showing the different dip switch settings, an trying to wor out the setup but isn't as document as I was led to belive.This is quite a nice board, It's only issues are with it's leads. It has female plugs on all of them, So while it can connect to your RX without problem, You need to find a work around for the ESC's. For testing I cut lengths of paperclip to go between the plugs. This allowed me to check everything was working before I cut off the original connectors and crimped on some male sockets (Available here under "JST-SH Servo Plug Set"). The other niggle is that unless you're building a hexacopter with FTP you'll have spare wires hanging about without anywhere to go. You could clip them off, But if you ever swap it over to another airframe that could use them you'll have problems finding replacement leads. The instruction "Leaflet" is a bit sparse on info, But it's pretty much a just normal Naze32 with attached wiring (And no soldering required !) and the internet's full of instructional videos and articles on how to plug it all in. So, Apart from the small gripes I've mentioned, Am I happy with it?...... Yes, Very much so. It holds my FTP250 rock solid in the air and it's easy to setup. In my mind that more than outweighs the issues with the supplied wiring.Not a bad board. From what I can tell.. it's a Naze32 preflashed with Cleanflight 1.8.1. You can easily flash it with the newest clean flight... just make sure you do the dip switch to FC.
The OSD seems to be a MinimOSD preflashed with KV OSD 2.2. I was able to flash it to MinimOSD and mwOSD codes but went back to KV OSD cause it does not seem to communicate well with the FC. You can use KV OSD to change the layout.
Also hooked up the Micro HKPilot GPS And Compass u-Blox NEO-6 and was able to get both the compass and GPS working! Sweet! I followed the instructions in the Files section.
Overall... pretty good especially for the price.Absolutely through best value for the size and price.
Can do everything including GPS
Just requires some basic multiwii knowledge and the rest is peanuts.
Flashing and how to has been added now, but even without it, Google is your friend. OSD rocks and flies all configurations rock solid.It arrived today but no manual. Just 60mm square piece of paper with the product description on it? HK, please info where this manual can be downloaded