KISS FC - 32bit Flight ControllerKISSFC103
KISS FC - 32bit Flight Controller Ver 1.03
As we felt the need for a modern more simplified 32bit Flight Controller, we made the KISS FC, which includes a complete own Flight Control Firmware development who get rid of some old ballast, this took some time, but the result is very pleasing.
The Idea was to simplify some things and due to intensive long term testings of some pretty good Pilots we where able to optimize the code to a point where you hopefully get your quad in the air quite quick.
Normally you just need to choose your Airframe in the GUI and are able to fly (at least with KISS ESC), otherwise you can download presets of well known Pilots for given configurations and of course can tweak the PID yourself over the GUI.
The software setup side is reduced as far we can, many things are already taken in to account for you, if you bring some solid soldering skills you should be able to build your quad pretty quick.
A new feature is also the inbuilt telemetry, in combination with our 32bit ESC line its possible to show the live telemetry data via OSD on your FPV live feed or in the KISS FC GUI
This way you get useful informations like the Voltage of your battery, current consumption, ESC temperature and motor RPM.
Other FC firmwares (eg. Cleanflight) can be ported for the use with the KISS FC.
Supported copter types:
- Quad +/x
- Hexa +/x
Supported RX types:
- PPM Sum
- Spektrum Sat. (serial / DSM2 & DSMX)
- Futaba / Taranis SBUS
- Jeti ExBus
- Graupner SumD / SumO
- Classic RX with single channel output
- Hardware Version 1.03
- Weight: 4.6g
- Mounting Holes: 3x3cm pattern, with 3.2mm holes (widely compatible)
- Voltage: 2-6S
Regarding Drivers for STM32F303CCT6, Normally you don't need to download drivers for USB support for KISS FC. Windows 7,8 and 10 will load on their own after KISS FC is connected via USB
Connection diagram / pinout available in KISS-FC GUI.
- Before soldering or mounting any flight controller, connect it to your PC and verify operation
- Incorrect soldering techniques will damage this board and void warranty. Please use the correct sized tip, temperature and technique. Temp controlled soldering irons (such as the TS100) are available for under $100 and will make soldering much easier.
- Lifted pads are a result of incorrect soldering techniques or excess mechanical pressure and will not be covered under warranty.
- USB ports must be handled with care, breakage of usb ports are not covered under warranty
- Always use a smoke stopper before powering your build for the first time.
Thanks to FinalGlideAus for the Vid!