The KINGKONG Micro CC3D Flight Controller is used in the KINGKONG range of Multirotors.
This flight controller uses the powerful OpenPilot architecture and the cross-platform Ground Control Station (GCS). The OpenPilot project is trying to make Open Source much more user friendly. OpenPilot software is designed to be used by everybody!
A standard mini-USB cable (not included) is used to load the latest firmware and configure everything for your unique airframe.
This FC controller can be used as a replacement for a damaged one or to start you flying a new multirotor. It comes with a dampening mount.
• Powerful STM32 32-bit microcontroller running at 90MIPs with 128KB Flash and 20KB RAM.
• 3-axis high-performance MEMs gyros and 3-axis high-performance MEMs accelerometer.
• Tiny 4 layer PCB for superior electrical noise reduction and flight performance.
• Software support for Windows, Mac and Linux.
• Direct high speed USB support with no drivers required, a truly plug and play device.
• Spektrum satellite receiver support.
• Futaba S-BUS hardware support.
• Innovative Flexi-port technology for superior port flexibility.
• 4Mbits on-board EEPROM for configuration storage.
• 10 PWM outputs to servos, ESCs or for camera stabilization
Size: 43 x 20 x 15mm
1 x KINGKONG Mini CC3D FC
1 x OpenPilot Serial Cable
1 x OpenPilot CopterControl RC Receiver Cable
1 x Dampening Mount
1 x Receiver Aerial Mount
Maybe not the latest copter stabilizing technology, but small, easily programmable by OpenPilot software, which has not only a windows, but also a linux distribution. Lots of possibilities to fit the FCU to your wishes. Works perfect.I want to retract the no PPM part of my post...It does do PPM just use first 2 pins RED and BLACK and pin 8 ( yellow wire) on fc to receiver...Works fantastic..Bought 2 more.I want to retract the no PPM part of my post...It does do PPM just use first 2 pins RED and BLACK and pin 8 ( yellow wire) on fc to receiver...Works fantastic..Bought 2 more.Very nice and easy to set up with Libre Pilot...My 250 fly's solid...Only disappointment is that it does not do PPM, which means using standard larger 6 ch. receiver...Other than that excellent value.The micro CC3D was implemented in a small quadcopter (frame from Carrera RC, but without any electrical components) of 235 mm size, combined with Jeti Duplex R4 receiver and DYS BLHeli 16A Mini ESCs. Downloading and installing the libre pilot software under linux was as easy as configuring the CC3d. Althoug rather heavy weight (about 260 g) the quad flies great under control of my MPX ROYAL PRO transmitter.
Of course there are lots of options of the CC3D I did not use, see description!Fits very nicely in the 188 King Kong frame, no problem setting it upit is working with librepilot, a little difficult for me under win7 but finnaly I managed to install the latest firmware and it is working - i've tested this flight controller only with the receiver and computer, as soon as posible I'll put it on a quad