This is an Amazing all-in-one micro MWC flight controller with an integrated 6ch DSM2 compatible receiver and 4x brushed ESC’s! This flight controller packs the power of an ATMEGA328P Microcontroller and MPU6050 accelerometer and gyro, all this technology is squeezed on a board about the size of a stamp! It comes preloaded with a bootloader and MWC 2.2 and is Updatable and tunable threw the FTDI port on the board.
This is the start of an awesome micro quad or a serious upgrade to an existing micro quad that’s just asking for the power of MWC platform.
• MPU6050 Accelerometers/gyro
• UART for FTDI communication
• MWC supported platform
• Integrated 2A brushed ESC’s X4
• Integrated 6ch DSM2 compatible receiver
• Preloaded bootloader and MWC 2.2
4 Rotor (X,Y,Y4)
6 Rotor (Y6,X6,Y) 6Rotors require external ESC’s
Working Voltage: 3.2-4.2v (1s Lipoly)
ESC: 2A brushed Integrated X4
Antenna Length: 30mm
*If you want the options of baro/Mag/GPS please look at the MINI MWC FC
*Transmitter for MICRO MWC flight control board needs to support DSM2 and 4CH or above (we recommend 6CH or above)
1) This is not a Spektrum DSM2 product, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum DSM2 product.
The Spektrum and DSM2 brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobbies USA.
2) This is not an underground black market fake Spektrum product. MWC Flight Control Board quality is guaranteed.
Was a bit of a pain to solder given the size but man, what a hell of a little FC. On my first battery change I plugged in a battery that was wired backwards which let to a huge spark and a small fire. I immediately unplugged it and plugged in another battery... the thing just kept going like nothing happened.
Would buy again!
RCIch hatte ebenfalls beim ersten Start den Totalausfall aller FETs.
Dadurch wurde das Board fr mich unbrauchbar.Quite good product. A bit too expensive.. If you do your homework, you will not burn the FETs. Ive not tried run the stock firmware. Depends on the motors, you need to adjust the config files. My old, micro quad with broken electronics flies again. Does the loops, flips, very stable.The Fets (3 of them!) burned out at first motor start. It's a common problem, must be wrong Fet type for the job. I am EE with tools for SMD work, so I replace. But this board is just unusable as it was sold.
Browsing the forums it is a common problem, faulty series.First I made a adapter cable to connect the serial port to the PC, using 2 of HK JST-SH 3pin plugs, cutting them into 2 halfs and glueing together for a 4 pin plug. 3.3V level requires a level shifter 3.3V <-> 5V, then it worked perfect.
Preloaded firmware works with my ladybird quad very well, good and stable autolevel, only yaw rate is bit low.
The spektrum RX part works well, bind was quick and successful with my DSM2 HF module.
Would be interesting to have to board even smaller and w/o spektrum HF, so alternative RX modules could be attached (e.g. Jeti sat).
Great, would buy it again!
It does what it says and is really the only brushed multiwii board I could find. I managed to upload and connect the GUI to it but I had to buy a 4-pin JST-SH connector elsewhere and connect that to my FDTI. That said, I really like this board, very stable flight and autolevel capable. Brought new life to my v939.Good things:
- It is very small.
- It works.
- Comes with bootloader and software installed.
-The serial connector is not standard an HK WONT SELL THEM.
-If you want to connect the GUI your in trouble.
-If you want to update the soft your in trouble.
-motor drivers have no flyback diode installed.
-The reset line is not connected to DTR so you have to ... be really lucky to update the soft with arduino bootloader.
If you like trouble this is for you.
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