Power Distribution Board for CC3D flight controller
The iOSD Mark II On Screen Display is for the DJI Wookong M AutoPilot and Ace One series AutoPilots. The iOSD On Screen Display enables the pilot to monitor the real-time flight data from the Wookong M WKM or Ace One Autopilot systems while in flight using First Person View (FPV).
The iOSD is a multifunctional integrated on screen display module which also has a built-in BEC module that supports 3s-6s LiPo batteries (11-26 volts), when used with the Wookong M or Ace One professional autopilot systems, it delivers a total solution for aerial photography with key information clearly displayed around the outside of the screen.
The Naza-M now supports iOSD Mini. This will undoubtedly give you a fantastic FPV flight performance. Depending upon DJI’s accumulation of historic and reliable information integration technology, the iOSD Mini can grab the most accurate first-hand flight data information in the shortest possible time.
Base off the " "L-C Power Filter-1.7A" this filter will Clean up and dirty power supply. This is a compact and effective LC filter designed to clean a noisy DC power supply. Perfect for sensitive FPV- and RC-components in a single battery setup. The filter has properties to reduce the effects of interference radiated through the air and noise conducted via the power wires. One advantage of this filter is that both the negative and positive leads are filtered (common mode).
Dual BEC Output 5V 12V Adjustable Voltage Distribution Board
Note: Before use BEC output port, please measure the real output voltage first, make sure it meet your requirements. Delivered as 5V output as default
This power distribution board is specially designed for multirotors, It makes the wiring of your multirotor ESC's neater and more secure.
Matek HUBOSD Eco X Type with STOSD8 Current Module 5/12V Dual BEC and XT60 Plug
The HUBOSD8 has been designed to provide the highest possible performance and reliability in a 46*36mm & 4 layers PCB. It is a multifunctional HUB with PDB, BEC 5V/2A &12V/500mA, Current sensor 140A, STOSD8. Especially made for the mini FPV Quad. The BEC 12V is linear regulator, no LC Filter needed. Built-in STOSD8 can support Plug & Play, no complicated settings needed.
Linear Regulator 4S LiPo to 12V 300mA (1pc)
The Micro PDB has been engineered to provide the highest possible performance and reliability in a 32*22mm & 4 layers PCB. It distributes power from a battery pack to 4 ESCs, as well as providing dual synchronised & regulated DC outputs for powering Cameras, Servos, RC receiver, Flight Controllers, Video Transmitters, LEDs, etc.
It offers a very compact solution to achieve 2A continuous output current over a wide input supply range(3S to 5S LiPo).
ESC outputs :
BEC 12V @ 3S LiPo :
The Mini Power Hub is engineered to provide the highest possible performance and reliability in 1 36*36mm & 4 layers PCB. The hub distributes power from a battery package to 4 ESCs, as well as providing two synchronised & regulated DC outputs for powering cameras, servos, video transmitters, LEDs etc. Batteries may range from 3S to 6S LiPo, and the BEC input is TVS protected
BEC 5V output :
BEC 12V output :
This PDB is special used on the FPV Quad copter with 3~4S LiPo.A small PDB board to connect your battery to your esc’s with a built in low drop regulator 12V for your FPV camera. Small and Light. Can power the 12V camera & 12V LED without ripple & noise.
Generally the input voltage of FPV camera is 7~13V,When 4S LiPo is mounted, the linear regulator can power the 12V camera & 12V LED without ripple & noise.
This is a mini Arduino based on-screen display board. It’s tailored for use with ArduPilot Mega and the MAVlink protocol, and designed to be as small as possible.
It’s main components are an ATmega328P 8 bit microcontroller with an Arduino bootloader, and a MAX7456 monochrome on-screen display. Programming is done through an FTDI-compatible 6-pin cable.
MinimOSD is companion On Screed Display (OSD) Board for APM. It reads all the MAVLink data in the APM telemetry stream and overlays it on the video stream if you’re using an on-board camera and wireless video transmitter. This is useful if you’re flying in First Person View (FPV) mode or don’t want to use a laptop at the field to see your telemetry data in the Mission Planner.ee your telemetry data in the Mission Planner.
Two independent power and ground sections to isolate the OSD’s analog stage:
ATmega328P with Arduino bootloader
1x Minim OSD v1.1 module with plastic casing
The MinimOSD was engineered to bring users a very powerfull OSD. With all the features of the very popuar minimosd modded OSD but in a tiny 15x15MM size.
Apart from the size, the only differenece is that it does NOT have the DC/DC converter this means less heat when powered off a flight controller. The micro MinimOSD is the same as the older MinimOSD hardware but has been modified to take advantage of custom firmware options. You can flash firmware that is MAVLink compatible for ArduCopter, or MultiWii Serial compatible for MultiWii and Baseflight/Cleanflight control boards. You can connect two batteries up to 4S so you can see the main flight battery voltage. The second port will allow a separate FPV battery voltage on the display as well. There is also a pin for analog or digital PWM RSSI and a connection where you can attach a current sensor.
5V-12V Adjustable Voltage BEC Output ESC Distribution Connection Board
This board is designed with dual channel BEC output distribution, with turmeric processing in surface, can support max. 100A current. The high effeciency dual channel BEC circuit structure can support 6S Lipo battery input. One channel is 12V output, while another channel is adjustable, support 3-12V. Each BEC supports 2A stable output (can also reach 3A stable output with another heat sink)!
What are you waiting for? 12V BEC + 5V BEC + ESC distribution board, wherein the 12V BEC can directly offer power to brushless gimbal, 5.8G graphic transmission or FPV cameras and 5V BEC can offer power to open source brushless controller and Gopro, etc.
*Note: Before use the BEC output, please measure the real output voltage to make sure it meets your requirment. The default BEC output is 5V.
Max current:up to 100A
Built-In 5V and 12V regulators supply ample amount of clean, filtered power to the electronics.
Power 5 in 1 V3 Distribution Board PDB LED Control 5V BEC, Voltage Alarm Tracker for FPV Multicopter
Matek Power 5 in 1 V3 Distribution Board PDB LED Control 5V BEC, Voltage Alarm Tracker for FPV Multicopter
The 5in1V3 has been engineered to provide the highest possible performance and reliability in a 46*36mm & 4 layers PCB.
This power distribution board is used to make your multicopter installation neater and safer. With support for up to 100A, and 8 ESC this PDB can be used on almost any multicopter. In addition to providing simple power distribution for up to 8 ESC's this board also includes two built in voltage regulators (5V output and 12V output) that you can use to power your electronics/, LED's or FPV gear on your multicopter. Other great features include LED's built onto the board.
Power Distribution Board 320 amps, with 8 connections, for any model/quad copter.
Power distribution board (PDB) is a 3-in-1 device that simplifies even the most complicated multirotor builds.
The PDB has two built in UBEC’s; one set at 5 volts, handy for a flight controller or receiver and the other adjustable from 10-20 volts, perfect for powering lighting, servos and other gear. The board even features integrated LED’s that illuminate when you plug a battery in.
With this board, even if you’re building an octocopter you won't be stuck for connections. There are 12 positive/negative pads (8 large, 4 small) for power distribution and also four outputs for each UBEC. Best still, unlike many inferior boards this PDB can handle high Amps thanks to its 4oz copper construction, up to 120A to be precise. The UBEC's are just as impressive being rated for 6s high voltage setups. Finally when it comes to mounting the board, the standard M3 45mm spaced holes make it easy to mount to most multirotor frames.
Please note that basic soldering skills are required to construct this board - see the assembly instructions for further information and the required equipment.
Power Distribution Board PDB, integrated 5V & 12V BEC 3A for FPV racers. Fit same size as CC3D dimensions support
OSD Telemetry module transmits the data from the flight controller and shows the data of SPEED, RISE, THRO, VOLT, LATI, LONG, ALT, GPS, RSSI, MODE, YAW, ROLL, PITC, DIST in the display screen of AT9 or AT10.
1.No output if USB connect flight-controller and computer.
2.No VOLT information if use UBEC, have to offer electricity for flight-controller by volt ammeter.
3.Have to short-circuit the MUX-TXO/OSD of APM when connect PRM-02(OSD) to APM.
Weight: 6g (including connector)
Vulcan 400A V2 Power Distribution Board for Large MultiCopter The new 400A V2 PDB from Vulcan uses the same well proven design used in the 250A but with a higher current rating.. It features no less than 18 pairs of solder pad connection points of different sizes to suit various uses from very heavy duty battery connections to small auxilliary powr feeds. Specifications:
ZMR250 Power Distribution Board V2 with PDB and Built-in ESC
Racing on a mini track or indoors with this small but high powered mini-drone will set your mini FPV world on fire. Brushed motor frame with PDB at 95mm this mini drone is an awesome package.
The EVO has more with a Battery voltage detection buzzer interface for voltage alarm, supports CleanFlight and betaflight software, designed to easily add your own, motors, a camera for FPV, receiver and customize the mini quad with your own personal style.
Pefectly guide 1-2S lipo, it can even convey you an exceptionally violent flying adventure with a 2S lipo battery.
Delivered as frame only or compleet with motors (RJX1338) and 55mm propellers.
The compact (12x18mm ) synchronous voltage regulator takes an input voltage of up to 36 V and efficiently reduces it to 12 V while allowing for a maximum output current of 1 A. This regulator offers typical efficiencies between 85% and 93% and has a very low dropout, so it can be used with input voltages as low as a few hundred millivolts above 12 V