Airbot Omnibus F3 Pro V2 ABT-O-F3-P2

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Omnibus F3 Pro V2

Omnibus F3 Features

  • 36mmx36mm board running F303 MCU
  • SBUS/PPM receiver selectabe via betaflight configurator (no resistor soldering required)
  • Built in current sensor (0m50 sensor can handle up to 200A)
  • TDK Noise Power filter for FPV video gear (can power both video transmitter and camera)
  • Built in OSD, SD Card Reader
  • Voltage Regulator allows you to power the board directly from your own battery (up to 4S), or via 5V supply directly from ESC
  • MPU6000 IMU sensor running on SPI
  • Designed specificaly for BetaFlight Firmware
  • Directly compatible with the Typhoon Pro 4in1 littlebee ESC
  • OSD based on AB7456 OSD chip (an upgraded MAX7456) allows to to configure OSD directly within betaflight

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).