Mini CC3D Openpilot Open Flight Controller 32 with connection cables for FPV QAV etc.
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Delivery time 1-3 Working days
- Item no: R6-B-1-1
Information and instructions: https://librepilot.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/LPDOC/pages/31588369/Supported+Hardware
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With the function of connecting directly to the satellite receiver (no conversion cable required)
Powerful 32-bit STM32 microcontroller with 90 MB / s, 128 KB flash and 20 KB RAM.
3-axis high performance MEMs gyros and 3-axis high performance MEMs accelerometer.
Tiny 4-layer PCB (36 mm x 36 mm) for superior electrical noise reduction and flight performance.
Software support for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Direct high-speed USB support without drivers, a true plug-and-play device for supporting frequency satellite receivers.
Futaba S-BUS hardware support.
Innovative Flexi-Port technology for superior port flexibility.
4 MBit integrated EEPROM for configuration memory.
CopterControl also offers the innovative Flexi-Port, which provides either I2C connectivity or a second serial port. The Flexi-Port gives CopterControl the flexibility to use either I2C and a single serial port or two serial ports, depending on your connectivity needs.
Superior User Experience
OpenPilot has tried to make your experience with the CC3D as easy and hassle-free as possible. For a high-end product, the hardware is naturally complete. There is nothing to solder. You can connect any standard PWM receiver with the included RC harness. All CopterControl boards are tested before shipping and come with the bootloader already flashed. A standard mini USB cable (not included) is used to load the latest firmware and configure everything for your unique airframe.
The fledgling OpenPilot project is trying to make open source much more user friendly. The OpenPilot software can be used by anyone! All major operating systems are supported and installation packages are provided. The software is all free software under the GPLv3 license and not only are you welcome to hack it, but we recommend it!
Sensors and components
3 axis support for multiple common RC inputs: 6 PWM channels, combined PPM, for Spektrum / JR DSM2,
Supports multiple common RC inputs: 6 PWM channels, combined PPM for Spektrum / JR DSM2, DSMJ for satellite and Futaba S.Bus receivers.
Simultaneous support for multiple receivers.
ReceiverPort functions (configurable): 6 PWM input channels or combined PPM stream, 4 PWM output channels
MainPort functions (configurable): serial telemetry (default), GPS, S.Bus, for Spektrum / JR satellites
FlexiPort (configurable): Serial telemetry, GPS for Spektrum / JR satellites or I2C peripherals (under development)
10 PWM outputs to servos or controllers or for camera stabilization
Camera stabilization: supports up to 3-axis camera mounts with stabilization and manual control from any configured receiver.
Onboard USB connectivity for easy configuration.
USB and serial telemetry and configuration
Supported by powerful OpenPilot GCS
4 MBit onboard memory
3C Quaternion-based complementary filter with 500 Hz