The omnibus series of flight controllers are known to be the best all in one integrated flight controller, using the best selection of sensors and parts at a great price and small form factor. Now the latest addition to the series uses the performance STM32 F405 MCU. The omnibus F4 uses the MPU6000/ICM-20608 IMU over SPI for the super fast gyro updates (up to 32Khz) to keep up with the fast F4 MCU, allowing you to run your betaflight/iNav control loop insanely fast. This gives you the extra edge when racing your FPV quadcopter.
The AB7456 OSD chip (an upgraded MAX7456) allows for direct configuration and updates directly within betaflight. This OSD chip uses much less power than the older MAX7456 OSD Chip, but the main benefit is that it can be configured directly within betaflight, no need for an external FTDI, or jumper switches. In addition the omnibus F4 includes a high performance 5V, 1.5A STM L78 voltage regulator which help filter the power and adds voltage protection to the board, however this should not be used to power your board directly via a flight battery as you should still use an external 5V BEC.
The V3 fixes some of the LDO problems of the V2, so now you can power this board directly from your battery
STM32 F405 MCU, Runs Betaflight 3.0 firmware
SBUS/PPM input (Pinheaders)
6PWM output (1-4Pinheaders and Sh1.0 Plug, 5-6 as Pinheaders)
Only 36x36mm, mount holes 30.5x30.5mm
BMP 280 Baro
SPI Sensor MPU6000/ICM-20608
We do not include nay pin headers with this board, but we do sell them separately, you will also need to get a micro SD card if you want to use blackbox logging.
If you have problems connecting to the board, or uploading new firmware the best fix is to use the zadig driver tool.
For more information check out our zadig driver tool tutorial
There is a known bug with betaflight that can sometimes prevent you from switching between SBUS and PPM. You need to first select serial RX and sbus in the configuration tab, save. Then go turn on serial RX on the UART 1 port in the ports tab and save. Then go back between the two to make sure the settings have been saved correctly as sometimes it does not save properly.
Inverted and non-inverted SBUS