At YawSpin, we try and fly all of the latest firmware from Betaflight, Butterflight, and FlightOne. The FlightOne user-interface makes it extremely easy to flash, setup, and tune your new quad. Watch Martin Novak walk us through the easy setup of the latest FlightOne firmware using the “Sim Mode” PID controller. He shares some simple tips to get your FlightOne rig up in the air in just a few minutes.
FlightOne Flight Controller Hardware
The Revolt flight controller puts all your components on one side of the board, leaving a flat side to give you more room. Motor output pads are reasonably placed on each corner, making it quicker, and easier to solder on your signal wires. The gyro is strategically placed in the center of the board, where the noise floor is at it’s least. Additionally, the Revolt has an integrated gummi system that allows for soft-mounting of the flight controller, reducing bad vibrations from the noisy mini-quad environment.
A fast and efficient 32BIT MCU with high clock speeds for top performance.
At the core of the FlightOne Revolt, the F405 MCU processor stands out. The F405 MCU supports operating frequency’s up to 168MHz for fast performance with high-speed embedded flash memory up to 1 Mbytes and SRAM up to 192 Kbytes. The F405 MCU has given the Revolt a performance edge, especially in conjunction with the FlightOne One firmware.
A super responsive gyro with the lowest noise floor allows for better data.
The Invensense ICM-20602 high performance, 6 axis MEMS gyro is a force to be reckoned with! The Revolt is the very first flight controller to use this fantastic device. Both the gyroscope and the accelerometer have 3 axes each. The gyro itself has the high sensitivity and lowest noise floor of any gyro used in our application. This gyro let’s us take the full advantage of speed by boosting our PIDc refresh rates up to 32KHz.
- LED Driver for WS2812b programmable LED
- SBUS Inversion
- High Speed 32khz gyro, lowest noise floor and highest sensitivity gyro ever used
- Through hole solder pads – forms an I-Beam when soldered for extra strength
- FrSky Taranis, Spektrum, Futaba, JR, IBus, Sbus and other radio support
- Integrated buzzer driver
- Voltage and current ADC pins, for full voltage and current monitoring
- Full telemetry output support
- ESC flashing and configuration built into configurator
- Most active software development
- Selectable 3.3 voltage
- 3 serial uarts
- Bluetooth expandable
- F4 processor
- 16mb of flash memory
- GPS expandable
- Pins into FlightOne Bolt 4in1 ESC
- Dimensions: 36mm x 36mm
- Mounting holes: 30.5mm squared to center of holes
- Weight: 6 grams
- Easily connectable to the FlightOne Bolt with our special connector.