OMNIBUS FIREWORKS V2 F4 FLIGHT CONTROLLER Betaflight OSD

OMNIBUS FIREWORKS V2 F4 FLIGHT CONTROLLER Betaflight OSD

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The Omnibus Fireworks V2 is what we think is the ultimate F4 based betaflight flight controller you can currently get on the market. The popular vibration damping box design that houses the ICM20608 Gyro gives you two major advantages: 1. The soft mount effectively isolates the vibrations, giving you optimal performance. And 2. The IMU (gyro) can easily be replaced if you break it by simply buying a new vibration box (we dont currently sell them as this does not happen very often, but contact us if you need one as we do have a couple we keep spare).

Not only is the Omnibus Fireworks V2 an all in one flight controller with integrated PDB, it also adds some new features that make it stand out from the rest. Firstly, you get a 8V circuit form the PDB that works better with the newer FPV cameras and VTX units available. This 8V circuit also includes a built in LC filter. You still get a 5V circuit to power your other RC gear like your R/C receiver. The final highlight of the fireworks flight controller is that it has a total of 5 UART ports, allowing you to connect absolutely everything you need to this FC without the need for softserial

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Features:
F4, ICM20608 Gyro
3S to 6S LiPo
5V 1A BEC output
8V 1A BEC with LC filter output for the camera and VTX
Betaflight OSD
FPV Camera Control
Hall Current Sensor
Lots of caps built-in to reduce noise in power
5 UART’s (UART1 for SBUS, UART3 shares with i2c, UART4 for ESC telemetry, UART2 for SmartAudio, UART6 are spare)
Betaflight firmware target: OMNIBUSFW
30.5*30.5mm mounting holes


Soft Mounted Gyro
The Omnibus Fireworks V2 has a soft mounted gyro in a protective case, and the ribbon cable that connects the gyro is also reasonably protected. Because of that you no longer need to soft-mount the board, potentially saving you from spending more on rubber bobbins :)

The Gyro sensor is a ICM20608 which allows for 32K/32K sampling rate and looptime. There is a spare SPI connector, so you can plug in a different gyro such as the MPU6000 if you wish according to the manufacturer.

Hall Current Sensor
Instead of using the traditional shunt resistor to measure current, the Fireworks V2 uses a different approach. It uses a hall effect current sensor to detect current by measuring the magnetic field induction.

One benefit is that you no longer need to calibrate the current sensor! (at least that’s what the manufacturer promises). The current scale you need to enter in Betaflight is 175.

Shut resistors also have resistance which can cause a small amount of power loss. So it’s good to know we no longer need to worry about that on this board.

The default current sensor is rated for 150A, if you need a higher rating you can solder an additional resistor to the board to increase the limit to 320A. But seriously 150A is more than enough for us, because it’s pretty hard to find a battery than can put out that kind of current :)

8V for FPV Gear
It’s nice to see there is a dedicated 8V/1A power for FPV gear, and not just 5V. Most FPV components support direct LiPo input, but the lower input voltage means less heat, as well as additional power filtering.

Board Layout

First of all, the solder pads appear to be nicely sized and easy to work with. They are separated into 2 groups by their functions, and duplicated on both sides of the board which is convenient.

There are solder tabs for the ESC extended around the mounting holes for standoffs. Not only this creates room for the FC it also makes soldering easier and wiring cleaner. Notice the small cutout is a nice touch to the design so you can fit the power wires inside the cutout and nothing will be sticking out on the top of bottom.

At each corner, there are ESC ground and ESC telemetry pads alongside every ESC signal pads. There are solder pads at each corner for you to “surface mount” extra SMD tantalum capacitors if you use some really noisy components, and don’t want to have electrolytic capacitors hanging off the board.


Package include:
1 x F4 firework v2 FC

The Omnibus Fireworks V2 is what we think is the ultimate F4 based betaflight flight controller you can currently get on the market. The popular vibration damping box design that houses the ICM20608 Gyro gives you two major advantages: 1. The soft mount effectively isolates the vibrations, giving you optimal performance. And 2. The IMU (gyro) can easily be replaced if you break it by simply buying a new vibration box (we dont currently sell them as this does not happen very often, but contact us if you need one as we do have a couple we keep spare).

Not only is the Omnibus Fireworks V2 an all in one flight controller with integrated PDB, it also adds some new features that make it stand out from the rest. Firstly, you get a 8V circuit form the PDB that works better with the newer FPV cameras and VTX units available. This 8V circuit also includes a built in LC filter. You still get a 5V circuit to power your other RC gear like your R/C receiver. The final highlight of the fireworks flight controller is that it has a total of 5 UART ports, allowing you to connect absolutely everything you need to this FC without the need for softserial

diagrame-1.jpg

diagrame-2.jpg

omnibus-fireworks-v2-flight-controller-6.jpg

Features:
F4, ICM20608 Gyro
3S to 6S LiPo
5V 1A BEC output
8V 1A BEC with LC filter output for the camera and VTX
Betaflight OSD
FPV Camera Control
Hall Current Sensor
Lots of caps built-in to reduce noise in power
5 UART’s (UART1 for SBUS, UART3 shares with i2c, UART4 for ESC telemetry, UART2 for SmartAudio, UART6 are spare)
Betaflight firmware target: OMNIBUSFW
30.5*30.5mm mounting holes


Soft Mounted Gyro
The Omnibus Fireworks V2 has a soft mounted gyro in a protective case, and the ribbon cable that connects the gyro is also reasonably protected. Because of that you no longer need to soft-mount the board, potentially saving you from spending more on rubber bobbins :)

The Gyro sensor is a ICM20608 which allows for 32K/32K sampling rate and looptime. There is a spare SPI connector, so you can plug in a different gyro such as the MPU6000 if you wish according to the manufacturer.

Hall Current Sensor
Instead of using the traditional shunt resistor to measure current, the Fireworks V2 uses a different approach. It uses a hall effect current sensor to detect current by measuring the magnetic field induction.

One benefit is that you no longer need to calibrate the current sensor! (at least that’s what the manufacturer promises). The current scale you need to enter in Betaflight is 175.

Shut resistors also have resistance which can cause a small amount of power loss. So it’s good to know we no longer need to worry about that on this board.

The default current sensor is rated for 150A, if you need a higher rating you can solder an additional resistor to the board to increase the limit to 320A. But seriously 150A is more than enough for us, because it’s pretty hard to find a battery than can put out that kind of current :)

8V for FPV Gear
It’s nice to see there is a dedicated 8V/1A power for FPV gear, and not just 5V. Most FPV components support direct LiPo input, but the lower input voltage means less heat, as well as additional power filtering.

Board Layout

First of all, the solder pads appear to be nicely sized and easy to work with. They are separated into 2 groups by their functions, and duplicated on both sides of the board which is convenient.

There are solder tabs for the ESC extended around the mounting holes for standoffs. Not only this creates room for the FC it also makes soldering easier and wiring cleaner. Notice the small cutout is a nice touch to the design so you can fit the power wires inside the cutout and nothing will be sticking out on the top of bottom.

At each corner, there are ESC ground and ESC telemetry pads alongside every ESC signal pads. There are solder pads at each corner for you to “surface mount” extra SMD tantalum capacitors if you use some really noisy components, and don’t want to have electrolytic capacitors hanging off the board.


Package include:
1 x F4 firework v2 FC

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