-Uses the cc3d revolution Target vanilla default. -updated instantaneously with new releases.
Stable SPI MPU-6000 Gyro
All through hole pin header Design -no Sh connectors
direct Lipo input :1.5A Built-in onboard regulator - NO BEC needed. connect direct to a Lipo to power the board and Rx.
RaceFlight or Betaflight support on an STM32 F3 with a SPI based MPU6000 gyro - low noise gyro will not force one to soft-mount the fc
Boot - DFU button . ready to be Pressed
Blackbox support - Max 16mb for data logging
SBUS/PPM input (Pinheaders) . 6PWM output (Pinheaders)
Spektrum satellite port for direct connection - setup radio via USB power, woot woot!
STM32 F405 MCU
LED strip Port
Buzzer Port (v2 buzzer port. working great in BF)
Flashed tested and Ready to Fly after setup
Only 36x36mm, mount holes 30.5x30.5mm
Works Perfect with RACEFLIGHT - PRE LOADED WITH RACEFIGHT.
Download firmware here : http://raceflight.net/beta/REVO_BB330_FULL.bin
Newest Latest RaceFlight Configurator ( do not use one from chome web store, it is out of date : http://raceflight.net/rfc/cfgrf.crx
*here Boards are shipped BetaFlight with buzzer fixed, Buzzer is working out of the box from default port*
*RaceFlight please connect Buzzer to labeled "RSSI" port. These port are swapped in the firmware, but are working . Buzzer should be connected to Rssi Port, no code changed need, the printing on the board from the RF and BF are not the same.
RaceFlight has the standard modes, Arm, Angle, Horizon, Beeper, and Failsafe. There are other modes though that really help drive performance. Some modes have sweet names like Skitzo and BrainDrain (yes these modes are named after the pilots). There are also modes that are named for what they are. Below is a full list of modes minus the standards modes already mentioned.
Pro Smooth modes, BrainDrain, Skitzo, Landing, Delete Flash, LED On, LED Change Program, LED Change Color, BlackBox
some of the modes are self explanatory, like Delete Flash, BlackBox, Landing, etc. We’re going to focus on the 3 modes that help drive performance; Pro Smooth mode, BrainDrain mode, and Skitzo mode.
Skitzo Mode – Skitzo mode is unique. It essentially increases the resolution of your stick inputs into the flight controller. With Skitzo mode enabled, this resolution increase is supposed to be unlimited. This translates to smoother flight in air and allows you to make finer in flight adjustments. Leave it on all the time, it feels amazing!
BrainDrain Mode – BrainDrain mode gives you a sharper stick feel. This isn’t the same as resolutions though. This translates more towards your rates responsiveness. It’s really good for racing when you need that super sharp stick feel on the sharp 180s for example. Having this enabled is great, but it may require some additional tuning. This is because with the sharpness increase, prop-wash can be more noticeable.
Pro Smooth Mode – Pro smooth mode smooths your transitions. It’s most useful when you’re trying to get that absolutely stunning video of your freestyle flight. When you make stick transitions, pro smooth literally smooths them out so they’re not as jerky. You can really notice it when watching the HD video as it just makes things look smooth. You can use this in case you’re not as smooth on the sticks as Skitzo.
RaceFlight also has some cool built in witchcraftfeatures that you can take advantage of and tweak! One such feature is called “witchcraft.” Witchcraft smooths Kd over time. Kd is Derivative in your PID controller. This helps take care of bad data and smooths the data over the course of tiny milliseconds. It comes set to a default of 16 right now, but 32 is a good number to get you started It’s something you can play and tweak to your liking.
Raceflight is a latest flight controller firmware. By taking advantage of the processing power of F4 flight controllers, it’s able to run at 8kHz and brings the looptime down to 125 (uS). MultiShot ESC protocol which is 10 times faster than Oneshot125, 80 times faster than standard PWM signal
Works Perfect with RACEFLIGHT - PRE LOADED WITH RACEFIGHT Or BetaFlight 3.0!
Uses the same target and feature of the CC3D OpenPilot revolution but with more feature.
~ The OpenPilot Revolution board, also called 'Revo', is a new breed of Autopilot using the STM32F4 series, 210MIPS ARM Micro-controller. It contains a hardware floating point unit (FPU)which is a huge advancement for hobby-class autopilots. OpenPilot has been 32bit since day one, and the FPU is another step up the performance ladder. The FPU allows precise, low-latency processing of real-life measurements using advanced attitude estimation algorithms.
The Revolution is a flight control computer with autopilot, intended for multirotors, helicopters and fixed wings. It is a 6DOF with gyroscope/accelerometer only, no magnetometer and no pressure sensors and no radio link.
-Flexi-IO Port: JST-SH 10-pin. The receiver port can act as an input or output port depending on the configuration which is set in the Hardware Settings. Configuring the receiver port as an output port allows the user to assign more output channels then the 6 standard servo outputs.
-MainPort: JST-SH 4-pin. This is a serial USART whose baud rate can be adjusted through the GCS. Optionally, Futaba S.Bus receiver, Spektrum/JR satellite receiver or GPS can be mapped to the MainPort. Default configuration is Telemetry for connecting an RF modem.
-FlexiPort: JST-SH 4-pin. The function of this port also depends on the configuration and can be configured for I2C or Serial. The default configuration doesn't use this port, but it can be used for Telemetry, GPS, Spektrum satellite receivers (all working), and other I2C peripherals (under development).
-RF Socket: Antenna connection socket for on-board OPLink modem.
-Pwr Sen/Sonar Port: JST-SH 4-pin. This port can be configured to accommodate an Autopilot current sensor and a low cost Sonar sensor such as the HC-SR04. It can also be used as a general purpose input/output port or as a one or two channel analog input port.