Infinity AIO V2 PRO Dual BMI270 Gyro
NewBeeDrone Infinity AIO V2 Pro is Upgraded from AIO V2. Now it comes with Dual BMI270 Gyro. Better performance on handling noise and better reliability.
Any requests from the V1, we have them on the V2.
Our first-generation board was fully covered in heatsink and the components were sealed completely to provide better reliability and durability. Improving upon that, our V2 version is even better on weatherproofing and packed in all the requested features such as OSD Chips and more Uart ports.
The AIO is truly the next level solution for flight controllers and ESCs. Based on our data from the Infinity AIO V1, not only was the AIO solution more compact but there were also less issues compared to stacks.
We have invested immense amount of R&D time to optimize the hardware between high current and signal processing layout to make the board extremely compact and with no interference. Additionally, by sealing every component inside the aluminum heatsink which acts like a shield to protect from dusts and other conditions, we maximize the physical toughness of the AIO stack.
Infinity AIO V2 Pro features dual-gyro for better flight handling.
Dual-Gyros allows device redundancy and also measurement redundancy. Having two gyros mounted to each other, the flight controller is able to cancel out effects of a noisy axis on one of the IMU’s to better handle strong winds and gusts, allowing smoover flight capabilities for filming aerial views.
- MCU: STM32F745VEH6
- Gyro: 2xBMI270
- 6-Pin DJI FPV Air Unit Connector
- Micro USB Connector
- UART1 - SBUS on DJI Connector (RX only)
- UART2 - DJI Connector
- UART3 - Free
- UART7 - Free
- UART8 - Free
- 4x SMT32G071 BLHELI32 ESC MCU
- Continous Current 55A and 65A Burst ESC
- 3-6S Battery Input
- 12V 3A 30W Design for DJI FPV Air Unit
- 5x37mm with 30.5x30.5 Mounting Holes
- Weight: 22gr. without grommets
- Betaflight OSD support Analog build
- I2C_SCL I2C_SDA Ready
- Buzzer Ready
- LED Ready
- 5V 3A Power supply for external LED or GPS module
- 1x Infinity AIO V2 PRO Flight Controller + ESC
- 1x Infinity AIO V2 PRO to DJI Air Module Cable 100mm (Silicon wire)
- 1x Infinity AIO V2 PRO to DJI Air Module V2 Cable 100mm (Silicon wire)
- 2x Infinity AIO V2 PRO8 16Pin Cable 150mm (Teflon wire)
- 13x Nylon Lock Nut
- 5x Steel Screw M3x14
- 4x Grommets Short 4x Grommets Long
- 1x 470uf 35v Electrolytic Capacitor
- 1x XT60 Cable
I'm running 4s
Full size air unit.
Happiness is achieved.
I know 6 is better...
Still rip every day possible!
I'm a fan of the FC, but the wires are silly small. Like, any smaller. Not usable. My only beef so far.
All summer it's lasted. Winter will be interesting.
Like another user posted, I have the first V2 and after a BL_HELI update and reboot I lost the USB port. The FC still powers up when using the +/- inputs and seems to boot successfully but didn't have a complete config yet so I can't fly it and it won't power up over USB so I can't finish configuring it for flight. Pretty disappointed but probably ordering the PRO version to see if I have better luck.
I installed this Flight controller in one of my Apex HD frames.
With presets and set up was mind blowingly easy now. 10.8 configuration tool is awesome now.
This is the best flying bird I have. I'm very impressed with this one. I would buy another one if in stock for sure. Try one in your favorite frame! You just might like it. The simplest, easiest way is something I strive for. This works for me... Thanks NBD
So after wiring this guy into a Banggod, I found that the motor mapping was whacked. I thought no big deal, I'll just reassign them. In the process off reassigning them the USB port died. Windows doesn't recognize it, ImpulseRC driver fixer can't see it, etc. so now I have a $150 brick.
I've used a few of the V1's and they had cool LEDs on them but this V2 pro does not :(