FPV Racing Quad by F3 Flight Controller

FPV Racing Quad by F3 Flight Controller
FPV Racing Quad by F3 Flight Controller
Features
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Optimization for Cleanflight/Betaflight firmware
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ARM Cortex-M4 core STM32F303CC with 32bit/72MHz/256K Flash/40K SRAM and hardware floating
point unit
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MPU6050 and BMP180 Sensors
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Build-in 8MB flash for black box log recorder
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Receiver connector with PPM/SBUS/SumD/DSM2/DSMX and RSSI input
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On board OSD with absolutely original MAX7456EUI+ and standard FTDI debug port
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Connectors for SWD/GPS/MAG/soft-serial/cam-stab servo
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On board Buzzer/12 WS2812B RGB LED/5V-3A BEC
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On board voltage & current sensors
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20A ESC 3~4S with BLHeli firmware
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High power FR2306-2300KV/ FR2205/2300KV motors and BR5045BN propellers
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700 lines CCD camera M12-2.8IR 3MP (PAL)
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500mW Video transmitter, 40 channels: Cover A, B, E, F bands and R bands
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Flight Controller TOP view
SA
Soft Serial/SONAR
1
PWR_5V
2
Soft TX2/RC8
3
Soft RX2/RC7
4
Soft TX1/RC6
5
Soft RX1/RC5
6
GND
SB
SWD/UART2(GPS)
1
PWR_5V
2
SWCLK/TX2
3
RX2
4
SWDIO
5
NRST
6
GND
SC
I2C(MAG)
1
+3.3V
2
SCL
3
SDA
4
GND
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SD
RC1(PPM)/RC2
1
RC2
2
PPM/RC1
3
+5V
4
GND
SE
UART3/RC3(S.BUS)/RC4
1
TX3/RC4
2
S.BUS/RX3/RC3
3
+5V
4
GND
SF
DSM2/DSMX
1
RX3/RC3
2
GND
3
+3.3V
SG
ADC_2(RSSI)
1
RSSI/ADC_2
2
GND
SH
FTDI port (OSD Debug)
1
GND
2
GND
3
VCC
4
TXD
5
RXD
6
DTR
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Getting started
First
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Install lastest Silicon Labs CP2102 USB to UART bridge VCP Driver.
http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/pages/usbtouartbridgevcpdrivers.aspx
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Install and launch the Cleanflight Configurator tool.
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/cleanflight-configurator/enacoimjcgeinfnnnpajinjgmka
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Connect flight controller to computer via USB cable.
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Select the correct COM port if it is not automatically detected.
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Click connect, verify that communication is established.
Basic configuration
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Calibrate sensors
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Configure ports. Default setting: UART2 used for GPS and UART3 used for serial RX.
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Enable features. We recommend that you enable ONESHOT125.
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Configure receiver mode. Default setting: RX_Serial and SBUS.
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Configure voltage monitoring. Voltage Scale must be 110.
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Configure current sensor. Scale must be about 380.
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Configure RSSI if you using a receiver with RSSI output.
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Configure other features. You can open SERVO_TILT if you connect a cam-stab servo to the frame.
Default setting: LED_STRIP / BLACKBOX.
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Configure receiver, set channel mapping.
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Learn about flight modes and configure channels/switches to activate them as required.
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Learn how to arm/disarm.
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Configure LED strip. Default setting:
led 0 15,4::I:0
led 1 15,1::A:0
led 2 12,2::F:0
led 3 12,5::I:0
led 4 9,6::IT:0
led 5 9,3::WFT:0
led 6 6,3::WFT:0
led 7 6,6::IT:0
led 8 3,5::I:0
led 9 3,2::F:0
led 10 0,1::A:0
led 11 0,4::I:0
led 12 0,0:::0
led 13 0,0:::0
led 14 0,0:::0
led 15 0,0:::0
led 16 0,0:::0
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led 17 0,0:::0
led 18 0,0:::0
led 19 0,0:::0
led 20 0,0:::0
led 21 0,0:::0
led 22 0,0:::0
led 23 0,0:::0
led 24 0,0:::0
led 25 0,0:::0
led 26 0,0:::0
led 27 0,0:::0
led 28 0,0:::0
led 29 0,0:::0
led 30 0,0:::0
led 31 0,0:::0
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Bench-test failsafe.
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Read safety notes.
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Learn how to download and view your flight logs to help tune your aircraft.
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Erase dataflash contents before first flight (so you have a log).
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Learn how to recognise un-tuned flight characteristics and the effects of a PID controller. (Watch some
videos).
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First flight should be in Acro/Rate mode (the default mode when no other modes are active).
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Tune PIDs.
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Backup settings.
Firmware Flash (upgrade)
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Disconnect power, USB cable and click the Firmware Flasher tab.
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Click load Firmware [local] and found that the firmware file.
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Be sure selected No reboot sequence / Full chip erase / Manual baud rate 25600.
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Press and hold the boot button and released after connecting the USB cable.
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Click Flash Firmware and wait for the prompts to complete it.
OSD debug
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Don’t connect any power to the quad.
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Install FT232 VCP driver and connect FTDI to SH port.
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Download MWOSD GUI zip file and open it.
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Select the right COM port and wait for reading OSD configuration parameters.
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Learn how to modify the parameters, font and write back to the mcu of OSD.
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Jack and power distribution
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The 328P of OSD connected to F303 via UART1.
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GPS/SWD/I2C jack connected to F303 via UART2.
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SBUS/DSM2 jack connected to F303 via UART3.
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When using battery power supply, OSD circuit keep working and communicate with the F303. If you
plug a USB cable, the OSD circuit is cut off powered to ensure that the FC can communicate with
computer.
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When debugging OSD, do not connect the battery and just plug a FTDI tool. At this time only OSD
circuit to work independently.
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