CRIUS MultiWii Standard Edition Flight Controller MWC SE v2.5

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CRIUS MultiWii Standard Edition Flight Controller MWC SE v2.5 CRIUS MultiWii Standard Edition Flight Controller MWC SE v2.5

CRIUS MultiWii Standard Edition Flight Controller MWC SE v2.6

Price: $18.85
SKU: 98208
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CRIUS MultiWii Standard Edition Flight Controller v2.6

• Small size,35x35mm mounting holes
• 6 PWM input channels for standard receiver or PPM SUM receiver
• Up to 8-axis motor output
Supported 2-axis gimbal and auto trigger controll
• FTDI/UART port for upload firmware, debug, Bluetooth module or LCD display
• I2C port for extend sensor, I2C LCD/OLED display or I2C-GPS NAV board for GPS and Sonar
• Ultra low noise 3.3V LDO voltage regulator
• ATMega 328P Microcontroller
• MPU6050C 6 axis gyro/accel with Motion Processing Unit
• HMC5883L 3-axis digital magnetometer
• BMP085 digital pressure sensor
PCA9306DP1 logic level converter

• Dimension: 40mmX40mm
• Height: 11.6mm
• Weight: 9.3g
• Fixing hole spacing: 35mm (It can be changed to 45mm by CRIUS Distribution Board)
• Hole diameter: 3.1mm

Package content
• SE FC x 1
• 3Pin to 1Pinx3 cable 100mm x 2
• 3Pin to 3Pin cable 100mm x 1

Visit Multiwii Website for more detail.

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  Great but with connection mistake
Posted by Daniel Benes on 03/06/2014, 22:57
Involvement:General (knows how to use it) - Ownership:more than 1 month
Price: ****
Ease of Use: ****
Build Quality: **
Usefulness: *****
Overall Rating: ****
Pros:Great board. Everything what you need for Quad. Working fine.
Full of features. No problem with MultiWii.
Cons:It's nice, that it has PCA9306DP1 logic level converter, but it's connected wrong!
The low side of the chip is connected to Atmel and the high side to I2C port. But that should be vice versa!
Because Atmel has no problem with 5V input, but you want to connect e.g. 3.3V GPS on it...
Other Thoughts:Analog's pins could be soldered from factory, but that's not big deal...
Bottomline:Otherwise it's fine