Note: the Infinity200 FC now uses a USB-C connector.
-Infinity200 Flight Controller Firmware on Official Betaflight
Target name: NBD_INFINITYF4
Flight Controller Spec:
- MPU6000 Gyro
- STM32F405 CPUE @ 168mhz, can be overclocked
- 3-6S direct battery input
- 5V 2A
- 9V 2A 18W Design for DJI FPV Air Unit
- 5V Camera Power
- betaflight OSD
- 31.5x27 CB with 20x20 mounting holes, weight: 5.85g
- 6 UARTS. UART1 (INVERTER FOR SBUS)
- UART2 (FREE)
- UART3 (INVERTED TELEMETRY)
- UART4 (Free)
- UART5 (Smart Audio)
- Built-in 4 IN 1 ESC socket(including ESC telemetry, External current sensor) JST1.0 8Pin
- Plug and plug with NBD Infinity200 ESC. Also compatible with most of the ESC on the market.
- Built-in solder pads for ESC signal output and power
- Printed layout instructions ON the board - no need for instructions!
- DJI FPV Air Unit socket (use UART1 and UART6)
Pinout for USB-C Version (Recent)
Pinout for Micro USB Version
- 1x Infinity200 flight controller
- 4x Grommets short 4x Grommets Long
- 1x Infinity200 FC to DJI Air module cable 40mm
- 1x Infinity200 FC to DJI Air module cable 100mm
- 1x Infinity200 FC to DJI Air module cable 150mm
NOTE: We suggest running a Electrolytic capacitor on 4s builds. Even though we tested and designed it to not need one, all builds are different and there are always exceptions.
This flight controller has plenty of capacitance. You do not need to put a cap on this flight controller There will always be voltage spikes this flight controller seems to be handling all of them just fine The best part is no part I have never ran into a problem with this flight controller If you feel more comfortable putting a cap on this flight controller then put a cap on it In my opinion you do not need one from an engineering perspective you do not need 1