This PCB is for below Quad frames, it supports both Naze32 and CC3D which is an ideal upgrade. It is an upgrade of previous version with more features at no extra cost.
** This frame is not for H250CF Pro version.
Please read through this page carefully before using this PCB, if you solder a BEC to the board in wrong direction, you will burn the PCB and other electronic gears too. This is not covered by warranty and no replacement and refund will be offered.
You are recommended to install the 5V and 12V first, and then use a Voltage Meter to test all voltage (make sure all voltage outputs are working as expected) on the board before installing other electronic parts.
FPV Camera (12V) & Mini OSD
You can solder a Mini OSD
directly onto the board to use with the CC3D/Naze32. You can also supply 5V power from ESC to Flight Controller and Mini OSD
You need to solder the Head Pins between Mini OSD and PCB. Mini OSD direction looks like below.
CC3D and Naze32 Flight Controller, 5V and 12V BEC
- If you need to power the flight controller and Mini OSD from ESC or an UBEC, then you need to connect 5V power source to S2 (Only) if you do not use Mini BEC.
- As you can see from the photo that N1 has been soldered.
- If 5V Mini BEC has not been soldered on PCB, then N1 has to be soldered (connected).
- If 5V Mini BEC has been soldered on PCB, then "solder iron" must be cleaned (removed).
- This N2 has 5V output after you have soldered the 5V Mini BEC or connected an 5V UBEC to S2
- Connect FPV Camera here. N3 has 12V Output for camera if you have soldered 12V Mini BEC
- MINI SO
- You may solder Mini OSD here to use with the flight controller which is available for purchase separately.
You may solder a CC3d or Naze32 Flight Controller, 5V and 12V Mini BEC
This is the direction how you solder the 5V and 12V Mini BEC on PCB.
- 5V Mini BEC
- You need to solder the 5V Mini BEC on the board carefully.
- This BEC supplies power to Flight Controller and Mini OSD.
- LED Switch
- You may switch ON and OFF the LEDs on PCB.
- CC3D & Naze32
- You need to use the GUI Software of CC3D and Naze32 to configure the direction of the flight controller in order to make it work properly.
- For CC3D, you need to configure the channel of the motor.
Some people may question how to solder 5V and 12V Module on PCB because both are flat. You can first solder a little "solder iron" on four corners of the BEC Module. Put it on top of the PCB in the right position and direction. Then when you heat up the "solder iron", the BEC module and PCB will stick together.
This is how our customer soldered the BECs onto the board
He cut a little bit of the corner and solder the iron from top to bottom.
5.8G Video Transmitter (VTX) and 12V BEC
PCB Design Overview
- It has 12V output after you have soldered the 12V Mini BEC on PCB so you can connect a 5.8G Video Transmitter here.
- As you can see from the photo that N4 has been soldered.
- If 12V Mini BEC has not been soldered on PCB, then N4 has to be soldered (connected).
- If 12V Mini BEC has been soldered on PCB, then "solder iron" must be cleaned (removed).
- 12V BEC
- This 12V BEC supplies power to LEDs and VTX and FPV Camera. LC Filtered is on board (between 5V and 12V BECs) to filter the noise for both VTX and Camera for better video quality.
- Designed for
- With LC Filter for avoid interference on FPV Camera
- Flight Controller Mount: Naze32/32+ 36x36 mm (30.50x30.50mm Mounting Hole)
- Support Voltage: 3-5S Li-Po
- LED Voltage: 12V
- Light Color: White (Front) & Red (Rear)
- Can handle more heat than previous version
- Weight: ~36g
- 1 x RCX H250CF PCB (V2) Upgrade (for Naze32 & CC3D)
- 1 x Accessories Set
** 5V UBEC, 12V UBEC, Mini OSD and Flight Controller are all excluded. You need to purchase these items separately.
** You may add 5V and 12V Modules from the option list which are cheaper to buy as a bundle.
** Since we are selling this PCB almost at the factory price (we only make a tiny coin on handling), so we are unable to provide private tutorial / support for usage. If you have any questions, please post on RC Forums. Thank you for your kind understanding.
** You may also refer to this websites for more information