OpenPilot CC3D EVO Flight Controller with Side Pins

  1. Model: CC3D EVO
  2. Input Voltage:5 V
  3. Sensors: Micro-Controller STM32, MPU6000

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This flight controller is ideal if you want to build your own drone and become an electronic geek in the future. The flight controller analyses the data obtained by the sensors to determine the appropriate speed for each of the four motors. The Electronic Speed Controllers (ESCs) receive this desired speed from the flight controller and convert it into a signal that the motors can interpret.

With its smooth feature, the OpenPilot CC3D EVO Flight Controller Side Pin card may be used directly with satellite receivers, eliminating the need for extra wires. S.BUS is also supported. A potent 32-bit STM32 CPU with 128 KB of Flash and 20 KB of RAM powers the Evo. Two applications of 3-axis MEMs technology are accelerometer and gyro.

Utilising the OpenPilot CC3D EVO Flight Controller Side Pin card with your PC is simple. The card can be programmed in Windows, Mac, or Linux using USB and OpenPilot software; no drivers need to be installed. OpenPilot is a very easy-to-use programme that anyone may use, even without any prior programming knowledge.

There might not be any technological differences between the OpenPilot CC3D EVO Flight Controller side Pinboard and the OpenPilot CC3D EVO Flight Controller straight pin. Pins on connectors differ solely in one way. (One has a 90º side pin, and the other a straight pin.)

Features and Specifications:

Hardware Features of the CC3D EVO:
Functions as an App with an intuitive UI
incredibly simple setup wizard
Changing the code
It was used to set up the board.
It is capable of operating on several platforms.
Having the ability to connect straight to the satellite receiver (no converter cable needed)
robust STM32 32-bit microcontroller with 20KB RAM and 128KB Flash that operates at 90 MIPS.
Three-axis MEMS accelerometers and gyros with exceptional performance.
Compact 36 x 36 mm four-layer PCB for optimal flying performance and electrical noise reduction.
Linux, Mac, and Windows software support.
It is a pure plug-and-play device that supports high-speed USB directly without the need for drivers.
Spectrum support for satellite receivers.
Support for Futaba S-BUS hardware.
Superior port versatility with cutting-edge Flexi-port technology.
On-board EEPROM with 4Mbits for configuration storage.


Another cutting-edge product from Copter Control is the Flexiport, which may be used to add a second serial port or I2C connectivity. Copter Control can use Flexiport to employ a single serial port or dual serial ports in addition to I2C, depending on your communication requirements.

Excellent user experience:

OpenPilot has made every effort to make using the CC3D as simple and trouble-free as possible for you. A high-end device would naturally include complete hardware—no soldering required. An RC harness is supplied, so you can connect any standard PWM receiver. Every CopterControl board undergoes testing prior to shipment and is pre-flashed with a bootloader.
Using a regular small USB cable (not supplied), you may load the most recent firmware and set up everything specifically for your own airframe. Despite its youth, the OpenPilot initiative aims to greatly improve the usability of Open Source software.

The OpenPilot programme is intended for universal use! Install packages are available for all major operating systems.
The programme is entirely free software available under the GPLv3 licence, and hacking is not only allowed but really encouraged.

Sensors and Components :

three-axis Accepts a number of standard RC inputs: Six PWM channels, Spektrum/JR DSM2 integrated PPM.
Accepts a number of standard RC inputs: Six PWM channels, combined PPM, DSMX, DSMJ, Spektrum/JR DSM2, and Futaba S.Bus receivers.
support for several receivers at once.

Configurable ReceiverPort features include six PWM input channels or a combined PPM stream, and four PWM output channels.
Configurable MainPort functionalities include GPS, S.Bus, Spektrum/JR satellites, GPS, and serial telemetry (default).

Configurable options for FlexiPort include GPS, Spektrum/JR satellites, serial telemetry, and I2C peripherals (under development).
Ten PWM outputs for camera stabilisation or ESCs or servos
Up to three-axis camera mounts are supported by camera stabilisation, which allows for manual control from any set receiver and stabilisation.

USB onboard connectivity makes configuration simple.
Telemetry and setup via USB and serial
backed by the robust OpenPilot GCS 4 Mbit onboard memory and a 3C complementary filter based on quaternions that operates at 500 Hz

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