DYS F4 Pro v2 Flight Controller
DYS F4 Pro FC v2 Omnibus Flight Controller with OSD and PDB
DYS took it to the next level with their F4 flight controller. It combines a PDB, current sensor, OSD and FC on a single board - and it comes soft mounted out of the box! The board features large and easy to use solder pads for the power leads. And the 3oz copper PDB ensures stable current flow even for high power applications, up to 150 A!
Thanks to the power of the F4 processor, this flight controller is able to run comfortably at 8KHz, while leaving plenty of processing power for all the other cool features this board has. The fully customizable OSD gives you important details on your power consumption, flight time, voltage and more, right through the video feed in your goggles. It also allows you to change settings on your quad, like PID’s and rates.
The DYS F4 flight controller also supports cool features like VTx Telemetry/SmartAudio, so you can change your FPV settings right from the OSD, using just the transmitter sticks!
- F4 Processor runs great at 8KHz
- 5V 3A BEC Built In
- 3.3V Output for Spektrum Rx's
- RSSI, PPM
- BetaFlight OSD Built In
- Current Sensor Built In
- Integrated PDB with 3oz Copper
- Easy to use Solder Pads
- DShot 600 support
- Blackbox support
- Buzzer support
- High Performance F4 (STM32F405) Processor
- MPU 6000 Gyro Sensor
- Firmware: Omnibus F4
- Input Voltage: 2-6S LiPo
- Max. Current: 150A
- Weight: 11.2 grams
- Size: 42x36mm
- Mounting Holes: 30.5mm x 30.5mm
- 1x F4 Flight Controller
- 1x XT60 Power Lead
- 1x piezo buzzer
- 1x softmounting kit
30.5 x 30.5
I built my Chameleon. Bought the 4 in one esc to go with this flight controller. Everything built, just got done setting the motor direction in Blheli Configurator and ready to give it one more look in Betaflight before maidening, and WHAM I see a spark on the USB as I fumbling to plug it in and the FC is now dead.. I think there is warning about this somewhere, but it's hard to break old habits (connecting a powered up fc to usb) as I have never had to concern myself with this with any other FC. I wont be replacing this with another one.
Bought 2 boards, one came Doa.
I know this board is amazing when working and I love the accessibility on everything. The pads were easy to use so I a beginner like me had no problem with soldering. Only reason this isn't 5 stars is because I've been waiting since Saturday (4 days at current time) to hear back about my flight controller after putting in a customer service application. I don't believe this is normally how they do things and I know this is an amazing group so if you're thinking about getting one of these go for it, you'll enjoy it. Just putting in my experience =D
As for me I'm sure I'm just unlucky again and I got lost in the stacks but I wish everyone happy flying
I have used this FC on 3 builds, it's nicely layed out and easy to solder. It's definitely my favorite.
Easy to solder. Just flashed it to the 3.3. My second dys board and I love it so far. I like it better than the Bardwell board.
Used this board for my first ever build. used all of the same parts from Drib's RR videos so I had an easy step by step guide. Couldnt be happier, and just updated everything for the spring now that winter's over. Will definitely use it for further builds!
Very nice to install. Makes for clean wiring set up. Dshot1200 works with no issues. Very fast, can run 8k loops.
Put this in my first quad build. Easy install, can't wait for first flight.
I have four of my quads with this board best fc I believe very little tuning perty much put my expo and rc rates in and good to go