The Scisky 32bits brushed FC with built-in FlySky / Futaba SFHSS / DSMX/DSM2 compatible receiver gets the same appearance on one side of the board, the only difference is the hardware for receiver on the other side of the board.
Size: 20.0*33.5*6.0mm (not including the USB protruding part)
Weight: 2.5g (including Futaba SFHSS compatible 7CH receiver by serial port output)
Frequency for driving motor: 2000 (the frequency can be set up by user, max frequency can be 32K)
Brushed ESC: continuous working current is 4.2A, max current is 6A(5S);
The hardware of the FC is based on Naze 32, test firmware is cleanflight Naze V1.9.0 and V1.8.1.
Integrated with DCDC voltage booster circuit( output 5.0V/500Ma), it can supply power for other device through IIC and UART port;
1.It will enters binding mode only after powered of 10 seconds automatically, you need to try to get transmitter closer to the board, something like 5cm will be better.
2.No binding button on the board.
For firmware flash:
If there is a mistake happened when the firmware was flashing.
Please soldering the cable like the following:
Please flash firmware by Flash Loader Demo, after that, please remove the soldered cable. Then you can flash the latest firmware or other version firmware through
About the integrated receiver setting:
How to set up brushed ESC mode after the firmware is flashed:
-Set MOTOR_PWM_RATE parameter >2000 but<32000, the details are the following:
Under CLI order enters “set motor_pwm_rate=2000”, then click “enter”, then input ”save” and click “enter” again. So you can set our 32 FC to brushed ESC mode after the firmware is flashed (note: 2000 means the signal frequency for controlling the brushed motor is 2KHz, the maximum you can set is 32000, that is 32KHz)
The following is the screenshot for changing the parameter of MOTOR_PWM_RAT:
1 x Brushed Flight Control Board (Built-in Futaba SFHSS Compatible RX)