FrSky Omnibus Fireworks V2 Flight Controller w/R-XSR Receiver Built In

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The FrSky RXSR-FC (OMNIBUS F4 Fireworks V2) aims to give users tons of options in their builds. The RXSR-FC uses the ICM20608 over SPI to produce stable flight performance. Integrated with the RXSR receiver mounted on-board protection box, and the soft-mounted ICM20608 runs perfectly under 32k Gyro loop. Also onboard are a barometer and AB7456 OSD chip for the Betaflight integrated OSD.

The RXSR-FC (OMNIBUS F4 Fireworks) supports 3-6s Lipo direct input, built-in hall Current Sensor and Power Filter as well. The on-board PDB is tweaked by using 12-Layer PCB design. There is only 0.2-0.5 ohm internal resistance from input to each output pad.

This FC provides some nice luxuries not often found such as 8v/1A power, hall current sensor, and extra large solder pads. Along with reliable, powerful F4 processing speed, this FC aims to please.

Features:
  • Tantalum Capacitors can be added to the board (not included)
  • Solder pads added for VTX and Camera Control (next to Video pads)
  • The orientation of IMU FPC optimized
  • Gyro ribbon cable redesigned to fit without extending outside the board
  • Added an 8v BEC and LC Filter for the camera and VTX power
  • This board now has 5 UART ports
Specifications:
Processor: STM32 F405 MCU, Runs Betaflight firmware (supported from v3.2)
Receiver: FrSky RXSR receiver in protection box
Gyro: ICM20608 over SPI Bus in dampening box (optional MPU6000)
Mounting Pattern: 30.5×30.5 mm mounting holes
Input Voltage: Supports Lipo direct plug-in (3-6S)
Built-in sensor damper
BEC Voltlage: 5V 1A BEC output (Buck), 8V 1A BEC with LC filter output for the camera and VTX (Buck)
OSD: STM32 controls OSD chip over SPI in DMA mode (Betaflight OSD)
Current Sensor: Built-in hall Current Sensor
PDB: Built-in Professional Level PDB
Fillters: More caps to reduce power noise

This product was added to our catalog on February 28, 2020