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04 Jul 2020 13:16:48
VIDEO or it didn't happen!! :) Nice going though, keep it up!
Bad Raven:
02 Jul 2020 19:46:48
whoelseisbored (LiamHowe89):
02 Jul 2020 17:45:19
Sounds basic but I'm happy with it  :laugh:
whoelseisbored (LiamHowe89):
02 Jul 2020 17:45:05
Managed a split s :D
28 Jun 2020 12:29:49
BF GPS Rescue mode configured - what could possibly go wrong?   :o
27 Jun 2020 21:07:37
and can't make it back to where you take off from   :laugh:
27 Jun 2020 21:07:04
it's too windy if you fly downwind
Bad Raven:
27 Jun 2020 20:51:32
I have done Dynamic Soaring in over 55mph, and quad flying in over 25mph with the right equipment.
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26 Jun 2020 16:44:24
How windy is too windy? :hmm:
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25 Jun 2020 22:58:29
YASSSS!! Flew a full 2 packs and no motors going nuts on me!  :D
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Multiwii MWC SE Flight Control Board V1.0

Started by Gaza07, Saturday,June 30, 2012, 11:46:25

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Rctimer do a very good entry level flight controller for multi wii, although I say entry level it has a full set of sensors as can be seen in the specs below taken from the rctimer web site

         ·Small size,35x35mm mounting holes
         ·6 input channels for standard receiver and PPM SUM receiver
         ·Up to 8-axis motor output
         ·2 servos output for PITCH and ROLL gimbal system
         ·A servos output to trigger a camera button
         ·A FTDI/UART TTL socket for debug, upload firmware or LCD display
         ·A I2C socket for extend sensor,I2C LCD/OLED display or CRIUS I2c-GPS NAV board
         ·Separate 3.3V and 5V LDO voltage regulator
         ·ATMega 328P Microcontroller
         ·ITG3205 3-axis MEMS gyro
         ·BMA180 3-axis acceleration sensor
         ·HMC5883L 3-axis digital magnetometer
         ·BMP085 digital pressure sensor
         ·On board logic level converter

◆Flight mode
         ·One of the following basic mode
                   - Acro
                   - Level
                   - Alt Hold
                   - Head Lock
         ·Optional mode
                   - HeadFree (CareFree)
                   - GPS Hold (Need GPS receiver + I2C-GPS NAV Board)
                   - GPS Return to home position (Need GPS receiver + I2C-GPS NAV Board)

         ·Dimension: 40mmX40mm
         ·Height: 11.6mm
         ·Weight: 9.6g
         ·Fixing hole spacing: 35mm (It can be changed to 45mm by CRIUS Distribution Board)
         ·Hole diameter: 3mm

◆Package content
         ·SE FC x 1
         ·3Pin to 1Pinx3 cable 100mm
         ·3Pin to 3Pin cable 100mm x 1

Visit Multiwii Website for more detail.


These are very good flight controllers for the money some thing with those sensors on was a lot more money than that only a few months ago, also easy to setup seeing as they have the defines in multiwii source code  ~~


Ive just looked at the price of this board in uk pounds its £26.72 with a full set of sensors  ~~
I paid over £62.00 for a small sensor board called the allinone quite some time ago though but with the same set of sensors  :o


Tuesday,July 17, 2012, 18:07:53 #3 Last Edit: Tuesday,July 17, 2012, 20:16:59 by flyingizm0
Here you can see it flying:-)))


There seems to be a problem with vimeo video's I will get blade runner to look in to it  ~~


Excellent video Flyingizmo your cat seems to like your quad to  ~~
It looks like a very nice place to fly


Video should work now. And yes: return to home works too. It was quite windy so the Quad was shooting to far but then bounced back. I tried the RTH only from about 150m but thats my new fails-safe now :-)

Have a look at the new "Airport" I found yesterday :-)


Nice flying and another very nice place to fly  ~~


very nice  ~~ I hope the pilots of the planes didnt mind you being there  :rolleyes:


  Good night  at is the best gps module to put in this board, have see one in rctimer but in the comment are so good . and is possible to connect a gps module direct into this board Multiwii MWC SE Flight Control Board V1.0 .
i am asking this question because i am a newbie in this thing.

Sorry for my poor English

Best regards



Hi Paul and welcome to the forum  :welcome:
to connect a gps to this board you will need the GPS and I2c converter from Rctimer from the links below



Connected like in the picture (click the picture for bigger size)



I've just ordered those two at £20 for the pair. I don't think I'll need the 12c board for my new crius controller but I will be able to use it with the Drotek one I have. Plenty to experiment with over the winter months.

The man serving me in the canteen said "Look, You can see the face of Jesus in the Margarine" The Asian guy next to me replied "I can't believe it's not Budda"


Your right the new Crius AIOP has a serial port so doesn't need a converter, I have also ordered the converter to be able to attach the Gps to other boards to,
From what I have seen the Drotek would also need the converter if it has a I2c header to connect to  ~~