CrazybeeX series flight controller is the first 5in1 AIO flight controller which could handle 2s.
It’s a better upgrade flight controller for your whoops. We could use this flight controller to building a 1s-2s compatible lightest 65mm/75mm/85mm brushless whoop or 2-3inch ultra light toothpick
|Flight controller||MCU:STM32F411CEU6 (100MHZ, 512K FLASH)
Sensor: MPU-6000(SPI connection)
Board size: 28.5 * 28.5MM
Power supply: 1S-2S battery input (DC 2.9V-8.7V)
Built-in 5A(each) Blheli_S 4in1 ESC Dshot600 ready
Built-in Betaflight OSD(SPI Control)
Built-in 5.8G VTX
Built-in SPI Frsky receiver support D8/D16
Built-in 5V 1A BEC
Built-in voltage detection
CrazybeeX FR version: Recommend Betaflight 3.5.7 target CRAZYBBEF4FR
CrazybeeX FS version: Recommend Betaflight 3.5.7 target CRAZYBBEF4FS
CrazybeeX PNP version: Recommend Betaflight 3.5.7 target CRAZYBEEF4DX
|Onboard 4in1 ESC||EFM8BB21
Power supply: 1-2S LiPo/LiPo HV
Current: 5A continuous peak 6A (3 seconds)
Support BLHeliSuite programmable
Factory firmware: S_H_50_REV16_7.HEX
Default protocol: DSHOT600
|(CrazybeeX FR V2.2 version)
Onboard Frsky SPI receiver
|SPI BUS receiver Frsky D8/D16 compatible
Support Frsky_X_LBT(EU-LBT), Futaba S-FHSS (Need Betaflight 4.0.5 firmware or latest)
No ground interference ( Transmitter and receiver 1 m from the ground): 100m~200m
|(CrazybeeX FS V2.2 version)
Onboard Flysky SPI receiver
|SPI BUS receiver
Protocol: AFHDS and AFHDS-2A Switchable
Channels: 8ch(AFHDS) or 14ch(AFHDS-2A)
No ground interference ( Transmitter and receiver 1 m from the ground): 100~200m
|(CrazybeeX PNP V2.2 version W/O on board receiver)||No onboard SPI receiver|
|Onboard 5.8g VTX||Output power: 25mw~200mw switchable
Input voltage: 3.3V 5.5V
Current consumption: 300mA(type)
Frequency: 5.8GHz 5bands 40 channels
With Race band
Default vtx_power is 3
Should set vtx_low_power_disarm = ON to reduce the high temperature when test on the ground
|Onboard Voltage and Current detector||Voltage Meter scale “110”
Amperage Mete scale “1175”
CrazybeeX FR V2.2 Bind procedure:
- Make the on board receiver get into bind mode: Plug USB and then press the bind button for 1 second , the Red LED on the top of the flight controller will getting to be solid , this indicate the receiver is in bind mode; Or use bind code to bind :For 3.5.7 version firmware Plug USB and then connect Betaflight configurator and then move to CLI tab , type “Frsky_bind”, the Red LED on the top of the flight controller will getting to be solid , the onboard receiver is in bind mode; For 4.0.x the bind code is “bind_rx_spi” ,For 4.1.x or 4.2.x the bind code is “bind_rx”
- Make your Frsky transmitter get into bind mode . If bind is successful the red led will starting to blink. The red LED wouldn’t blinking when binding with some new ACCESS firmware frsky radio , but the bind is actually successful , need to go to CLI command and type “save” to finish the binding .
CrazybeeX FS V2.2 Bind procedure:
- Make the on board receiver get into bind mode: For 3.5.7 version firmware Press and hold the bind button for 1 second ,then plug USB, the Red LED at the bottom of the flight controller will blinking fast , this indicate the receiver is in bind mode; For 4.0.x version firmware Plug USB and then connect betaflight configurator and then move to CLI tab , type “bind_rx_spi” ,the Red LED at the bottom of the flight controller will blinking fast , the onboard receiver is in bind mode; For 4.1.x or 4.2.x the bind code is “bind_rx”
- Make your Flysky transmitter get into bind mode . If bind is successful the red led will getting to be solid.
SPI Receiver option:
Frsky_D compatible with Frsky D8 protocol
Frsky_X compatible with Frsky non-eu D16 protocol
Frsky_X_LBT compatible with Frsky EU-LBT D16 protocol (4.0.X or latest betaflight firmware support)
SFHSS compatible with Futaba S-FHSS protocol
A7105_FLYSKY_2A compatible with Flysky AFHDS-2A protocol
A7105_FLYSKY compatible with Flysky AFHDS protocol
where is the Buz- pad for PNPver?
Hi, can you confirm which pin on the PNP v2.2 you should use to supply the video feed to an external VTX? Is it the VOUT pin?
I’ve ordered one (pnp) via banggood and unfortunately it came without the sockets for the motor. Could you please tell me what type of socket this is so i can try to find them somehow…?
CrazybeeX FR/FS/PNP v2.2 のコントローラの書込みに失敗して USB接続を認識しなくなりましたが
FR/FS/PNP v2.2 のコントローラの書込みに失敗して USB接続を認識しなくなりましたが
Hi ! Could you please give values for Betaflight VTX Tables Setup !
Default vtx_power is 3 – does it stand for 25mx or 200mw ?
what are supported power levels – 25,100,200 ?
I have buy crazybeX PNP V2.2, and i want to connect to external vtx.
from the pcb layout in the website, there is pin for video_out, but in my flight controller, it is not there.
if you can reply me, i can give you the photo of my flight controller.
I ‘m a newbie . I have a Crazybeex FS v2.2 controller. I flashed it 4,0,6 CRAZYBEEF4FS -01-09-2019 04:35 . Will it work fine , or do I need another firmware for this controller . If you need another firmware, please give a link or send a file. Thanks !
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