Infinity AIO is designed to be the board that can last forever. This workhorse is perfect for those looking for a simple solution and strong protections. Double-sided custom aluminum heatsink gives the board a unique look and provides more efficiency in cooling the board. Since the components are not directly exposed like traditional boards, Infinity AIO has more protection against crashes and splashes. 4 Built-in customizable LED’s and plug-and-play connection with DJI FPV Air Unit provide hassle-free setup.Wire Diagram:
- MCU: STM32F722RET6
- Gyro: MPU6000
- LED: 4x Betaflight Addressable LED’s
- Blackbox: 16MB
- 6-Pin DJI FPV Air Unit Connector
- Micro USB Connector
- UART1 - SBUS on DJI Connector (RX only)
- UART2 - DJI Connector
- UART3 - Free
- 4x STM32F0 BLHELI32 ESC MCU
- 45A + 55A Burst ESC
- 3-6S Battery Input
- 9V 2A 18W Design for DJI FPV Air Unit
- 42.5x37mm with 30.5x30.5 Mounting Holes
- Weight: 21gr. without grommets
- IMPORTANT: This FC only works with DJI/Caddx HD Systems only
- 1x Infinity AIO Flight Controller + ESC
- 1x Infinity AIO to DJI Air Module Cable 40mm
- 1x Infinity AIO to DJI Air Module Cable 100mm
- 1x Infinity AIO to DJI Air Module Cable 150mm
- 13x Nylon Lock Nut
- 5x Steel Screw M3x14
- 4x Grommets Short 4x Grommets Long
- 1x 470uf 35v Electrolytic Capacitor
- 1x XT60 Cable
Firmware Download: here
It's amazing to see the new breed of all-one FC and ESC handling 6S. I've used mine in a 6S iFlight March R5 build with 1750kv racing motors. The flight controller/esc made the build so easy it felt like cheating. The casing around it makes it feel like a tank and you don't have to worry about solder balls short circuiting your boards if your soldering skills aren't what they should be. As for how it performs, well I didn't notice I was flying an all in one that's for sure. The motors and the blackbox motor traces were smooth with a slightly aggressive tune. I had so much fun with this build I rushed home to charge more batteries (writing this review while I wait).
Do yourself a favor and give this controller/esc a shot. You won't regret it.
Love this set up its perfect and fits in builds flawlessly, the way the battery and USB come out the side is perfect and for anybuild. Love the motor wire tabs on the front and back and how the tabs are in exactly the right spot for each motor. The layout and performance of this AIO are second to none and the build quality is flawless.
Honestly, I haven’t flown it yet, but I’m installing this in a new drone. I like the compact form factor, but with the motor contacts on each side and the batt leads on one end and the USB on the other, I’m stuck trying to get access to the USB. Top plate must come off for access in any configuration unless you have a funky motor wiring pattern. I put the batt forward, so my USB access is tight between the rear vista and the board. Waiting on a 90 degree usb and hoping it’ll work
Fantastic design and finally we have a really good AIO with decent power capability. Makes for simple fast builds.The only change I would like to see is the battery solder points, here I would like the same CUP design that is used on the back of the XT60 type plugs, small rolled copper cups, (sticking out like the tabs do) easy and fast to solder and do not transfer much heat into the PCB.