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Spektrum satellite receiver support Futaba S-BUS hardware support Innovative Flexi-port technology for superior port flexibility 4Mbits on-board EEPROM for configuration storage
- Weight: 7g (Board) 12g (Board + Cable)
- Installation Screw Hole: M3*30.50*30.50 (30.50mm distance between the center of two M3 holes) Flexi-port gives
- Accelerometer: MPU-6000
- RC inputs: 6 PWM channels, combined PPM, Spektrum/JR DSM2, DSMJ, DSMX satellites, and Futaba S.Bus
- 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, Spektrum/JR satellites
- FlexiPort (configurable): serial telemetry, GPS, Spektrum/JR satellites, or I2C peripherals (under development) 10 PWM outputs to servos or ESC’s, or for camera stabilization Camera stabilization: supports up to 3-axis camera mounts with stabilization and manual control from any of configured receivers
Superior user experience OpenPilot has tried to make your experience with the CC3D as easy and trouble-free as possible. The included RC harness allows you to connect any standard PWM receiver. All CopterControl boards are tested before shipping and come with bootloader already flashed. A standard mini-USB cable (not included) is used to load the latest firmware and configure everything for your unique airframe.Onboard USB connectivity for easy configuration USB and serial telemetry and configuration (including wireless with optional radio modules) Supported by powerful OpenPilot GCS 4 Mbit onboard memory 3C Quaternion based complementary filter running at 500Hz Simple Configuration Procedures Connect all ESCs to CC3D Board (Slot in ASC Order) Install GCS (Ground Control Station) from OpenPilot.org Use the simple Setup Wizard to configure CC3D Please note that you need a Mini USB Cable to connect CC3D and your PC The setup is pretty easy and straight forward using the Wizard Connect cables between CC3D and Receiver The cables might be different depends on batch but you can first try to connect the cable to the Throttle Channel, and then all cable in ASC order (in this example we were using Devo RX-601).