The Omnibus AIO Pro flight controller represents the new generation of FPV racing flight controllers with loads of integrated features and performance. To start the flight controller has a built in OSD which can be configured directly within the betaflight GUI. The built in SD card reader means you can store all your flight logs in incredible detail to help you fine tune your quadcopter to get the best performance out of it. Furthermore, the MPU6000 IMU runs on the SPI bus to get insanely fast readings from the IMU to the flight controller.
This is the new V2 version which fixes the club 24A issue (Problem with current sensor that causes amp meter to read a huge current (typically 24A) as soon as you draw current for vtx from VCC-RAM), so you can use the current sensor with no problems again!
The pro version of the omnibus F3 had two key features over the standard Omnibus F3:
The Omnibus F3 flight controller is an integrated flight controller and OSD specifically designed for ease of use and outstanding flight performance. The MPU6000 inertial motion sensor was chosen for it's high reliability, accuracy and update speed. This board has no problem running fast loop times and ESC protocols. There is an optional onboard barometer for altitude sensing along with an On Screen Display (OSD) chip directly connected to the main processor (MCU). This tight integration between the MCU and the OSD enables fast updates to the display and easy configuration of the OSD, which is managed straight from the BetaFlight configuration tool. You no longer need to worry about the extra hassle of configuring your OSD with a USB/UART adapter and 3rd party configuration tool, it's all built into the flight control software.
Designed to work best with BorisB impressive BetaFlight firmware, Boris is a control system expert and has implemented his own "ISA-PID compensator" based PID controller, called the BetaFlight PIDc, that gives an almost-predictive control for that super locked-in stick feeling.
To power the board you have two options. Either connect battery directly to BAT/GND or supply 5V on one of the ESCs connections. However you obviously want to have voltage display in your OSD so just connect BAT/GND to your LiPo (up to 4S).
STM32 F303 MCU, Runs Betaflight 3.0 firmware
SBUS/PPM input (Pinheaders)
8PWM output (1-4Pinheaders and Sh1.0 Plug, 5-6 as Pinheaders)
Only 36x36mm, mount holes 30.5x30.5mm
SPI Sensor MPU6000
SD Card solt in addition to 128Mb Flash(16M Byte)
2-4S Lipo Direct power
If you have trouble geting the FC to recognise your PPM receiver, here is what you need to do. You need to enable RX_serial in the GUI and turn UART3 on. Save and reboot the flight controller. Then re-selecting RX_PPM again on the GUY and the FC now communicates with your PPM receiver