The Skyline32 Advanced flight controller with its Cleanflight and Baseflight (NAZE32 firmware) support brings to you the innovation only available from the ever-growing Open Source community.
This mini-sized flight controller is perfect for all multi-rotors whatever their size, but is particularly suited to smaller models where space is limited and performance important.
Unique wire-to-board connectors make wiring quick and simple, while the micro USB port allows you to customise your setup and fine tune the Skyline32 Advanced from your PC.
A total of 6 flight modes are available, including Altitude hold and the beginner-friendly Head-free (aka Headless) mode which maintains stick orientation relative to the pilot regardless of the direction of flight.
For peace of mind, a low voltage detection circuit is included along with a warning buzzer.
The Skyline32 Advanced features a built in barometer for altitude hold and supports OSC and OLED functions and is compatible with Spektrum satellite receivers for added versatility.
• Cleanflight & Baseflight support
• Pre-loaded Baseflight configurator GUI
• Unique wire-to-board connectors for easy wiring
• 3.3 & 5V soldering pads
• Lightweight design
• Inbuilt compass
• Barometer (MS 5611 sensor)
• Supports OSD, OLED, Spektrum satellite receiver, low voltage detection and buzzer
• Micro USB connector
• Flexible RC input
• Optional GPS
• With gyro, compass & extended reservation position for accelerometer etc
• Support Quad, Tri, Hex and various multirotors
• Manual mode, Angle mode, Horizon mode, Heading hold mode, Head-free mode, Altitude hold mode (advanced version)
• GPS position hold/Return to Home function(GPS Optional).
RC input: Standard, CPPM (PPM SUM)
Processor: 32-bit ARM
Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 5mm (30.5mm holes)
Weight: 4.53g (No wires)
1 x Skyline32 Advanced flight controller
2 x Breakout cables
1 x Mounting pad
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Very nice FC, easy to configure and with all the supplied connectors easy to assemble.
I really like it.Unfortunately I cannot change the review so I'm doing a new one. Both problems that I had were not related to the board, but with other items. I had a problem that when I spin motor 1, motor 2, 3 and 4 reacted also. But I found out I had a lose capacitor on my ESC. This was fixed and worked like a charm. And the GPS problem I solved by putting Cleanflight 1.11 in. The current version is not stably communicating with the GPS. So all in all the product is good. It includes all the latest sensor available (MS5611 baro, gyroscope, acceloremeter, magnetometer), it include the cables, but I missed one cable for the GPS connection, so I dissoldered the heading and soldered the cables directly to the board. Make sure you use a BEC for greater reliability.I bought this one to replace my old Multiwii Pro on my quad. Because I wanted to jump to 32bits world but for sure was not worth it. Board connected to PC correctly, but after made all connections correctly, GPS is recognized but is glitchy and never keep a fix. And worst of all, if I run 1 motor manually, there is interference to other 3 motors and they run as well. It means that during normal operation, the right command is not sent to the right ESC and the Quad is uncontrollable. I tried using ESC BEC, and also an external UBEC and had the same symptomps. I know how to make power connections and to avoid double supplies so it is not a connection problem, it's a bad product. And it costed me double because of brazilian taxes. Now and put back my multiwii pro and all is working. I don't recommend the product.Great flight controller for a 250 sized FPV racing quadcopter. Easy to setup with cleanflight and works as a Naze32 equiv flight controller.