Team Black Sheep

TBS Core PNP50 OSD

$69.99

TBS Core PNP50 OSD

Brought to you by the fine folks at Team BlackSheep, the CORE PNP50 is a nifty hub that keeps the wiring on your quad clean and simple. It’s a current sensor, LC filter, voltage regulator, OSD, microphone and reverse polarity protection circuit, all-in-one plug and play package that only weighs 34 grams!

The PNP 50 serves as a hub for the video and power system on your quad. It can take any voltage input (2S up to 10s) and step it down, filtering it to a constant and clean 5 volts (or 12 volts, depending on preference) for your FPV camera and transmitter, thus eliminating problems caused by an unfiltered power supply. While it’s at it, it’ll measure the power consumption of your system and overlay it on your video feed, displaying voltage, current (amp draw), mAh’s used, a timer, and your signal strength on your FPV feed.

Some pilots will find the built-in microphone very useful - the microphone will let you hear the “wheeeeee” sound coming from your motors while you’re flying, so that you can judge the condition of your propellers and motors in flight and hear if something starts to fail in the air (bad motors or props sound more like “whrrrrrr”).

 

FEATURES:

-plastic enclosure

-integrated current sensor

-integrated RSSI sensor

-integrated voltage sensor

-onboard microphone

-5v @2A or 12v @0.6A for VTx and camera

-reverse polarity protection

-low ripple and low RF noise

-switching regulator

 

SPECS:

-weight: 34 grams

-weight without cables: 12 grams

-size: 42x27mm

Current stock: 8

16 Reviews

5/5
Feb 15th 2017

Awesome OSD

wont fly another copter without one, the adjustments allow a flexibility I am not used too. The counters and timers are first rate. This is my third one (different copters) and I plan on placing them on all my drones!

5/5
Feb 2nd 2017

TBS PNP50

I have never built a drone or solderd before. I bought this because Mr. Steele uses a modified version of it. I modified mine buy removing the case, the power leads and soldered my own custom leads right to the PDB. Those power leads came in handy to connect to my banana plugs for use on my cheapie charger. Still waiting on my HAM license before I install the VTX, but the PNP50 is installed, in use on my quad. Checkout what I did on my Tube (RabbiFPV S2017E05).

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