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Eagle Tree Systems MicroVector Flight Controller & OSD

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The Eagletree MicroVector combines a powerful Flight Controller, & colorful OSD into one single component! Any Multirotor Drone will be able to utilize the MicroVector to it's fullest potential. From the FPV Racer, to the larger Camera Ships, there is no Drone too small or too big to utilize the potential of the MicroVector. 

Features:
  • Easy Configuration
  • Built-in Set Up Wizards
  • Built-in OSD w/Color Graphics & Customizable Screens
  • Programmable Video Power
  • Virtual Sky Gates Racing
  • Built-in Flight Data Recorder/Data Logging
  • DMA Enhanced Control Loop @ 8Khz
  • Advanced PID & Filter Tuning
  • Oneshot & MultiShot Support
  • Standard 30.5mm Mounting Holes
  • PWM, SPPM, Spektrum Sattelite, & S.Bus Support
  • 4 Types of RSSI
  • BLHeli Configuration via USB
  • Supported Airframes: Racing Quadcopter, Standard Quadcopter, TriCopter, Y6, Hexacopter
  • Supported Fixed Wing Airframes: Traditional, Elevon, V-Tail


This product was added to our catalog on March 2, 2017

Monday, Jan 7 2019 (10 months ago)
Eagle Tree Systems MicroVector Flight Controller & OSD
Do not use KISS ESCs for this FC, as there is no way to calibrate within the GUI like Beta/Clean/Raceflight. I always wondered why there weren't more pilots flying this FCs and this has to be one of the reasons. Who builds a GUI and doesn't include a way to easily calibrate the ESCs? A KK board is easier to calibrate! What year is this? Evidently, you can use a passthrough feature if you're running BLHeli ESCs and using the BLHeliSuite if you're doing the calibration, but only with several caveats. For $100, not including the GPS puck, I'd expect more. I guess I'll de-solder all the KISS ESCs and replace with BLHelis. What an incredible PITA and huge waste of my time.