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May 21, 2016, 05:29 PM
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Eagle Tree MicroVector integrated Flight Controller/OSD - Vector's little brother :)

All, we’re pleased to announce the microVector (μV), the little brother of our popular Vector integrated Flight Controller/OSD.

Whether you’re into quad FPV racing, micro fixed wing FPV, or flying other small FPV rigs, the μV should be perfect for you!

Here are some of the many features. Please post feedback on what else you want to see!

Flight Controller
• Simple setup and configuration using OSD stick menus, Windows GUI, or InfoPanel LCD
• Precise, low latency DMA enhanced control loop, with support for present and future “Oneshot” ESC protocols
• Programmable video power control: Turn on/off your video camera and/or transmitter using a radio switch, on arm/disarm, etc.
• Standard 30.5mm mounting hole centers
• Multirotor airframes: Tricopter, quad, Y6, hex
• Fixed wing airframes: traditional, elevon, v-tail
• With GPS module, supports advanced GPS flight modes, RTH, and waypoints
• PWM, SPPM, Spektrum Satellite and S-BUS Receivers supported, with 5 types of RSSI
• Onboard altimeter for altitude hold flight modes
• Full data logging and graphing
• UART for telemetry, including ET Open Telemetry and Taranis

• Graphical OSD with COLOR GRAPHICS and fully customizable screens (make it look as simple or robust as you like!)
• Built in OSD menus allow full configuration of most features without using a computer
• Supports SkyGates virtual racing (GPS required)

• Includes "pigtail" tinned lead harnesses for precise installations
• Plug and play wire harnesses for video, PSU/PDB, ESC and Rx available separately

Size/Mass of Main Unit
• Size (approx): 38 X 38 X 10 mm with case
• 36 x 36 x 7 mm without case
• Mass (approx): 13 grams with case
• 7 grams without case

Optional GPS
• Dual band receiver (GPS/GLONASS)
• Built in magnetometer/compass

Optional Current Sensor/PSU
• 5V/12V PSU with “Low Voltage Loss” 12V output
• Available in XT60, Deans and Wire Leads configurations
• Note: use of the ET PSU is not required

Estimated “Street” Pricing:
• Main controller board, case, and wire harnesses: $109.99
• GPS-MAG Module with dual band GPS: $56.99
• PSU/Current Sensor: $39.99
• Pitot tube for fixed wing: $33.99
• Alerter LED/Buzzer: $12.74
• InfoPanel LCD: $28.04

Availability: TBD

Want to Learn More about the microVector Features and Ship Status?

We will be updating this page and our Facebook page with all the latest information. We would love to get your feedback about the μV also! Don't hesitate to post questions here or to email us directly!

Deans, Taranis, Spektrum, BLHeli and all other brand and product names are trademarks of their respective holders.
Last edited by billpa; May 22, 2016 at 11:15 PM.
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May 21, 2016, 08:35 PM
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Beautiful! Looking forward to this little guy!
May 21, 2016, 09:02 PM
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so when fully outfitted is there anything this cant do the full size one can?

Also will this be usable with non-ET current sensors?
Last edited by slappomatt; May 21, 2016 at 09:14 PM.
May 22, 2016, 11:17 PM
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Thanks, philthyy!

slappomat, the μV has essentially everything but audio/voice and RPM/temperature sensor support. Yes, it will support non-ET analog current sensors.
May 23, 2016, 04:45 AM
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wow... it is absolutely a thing of beauty but I have a quick question?

How well it handles under a 250 quadcopter? As there will be a lot of magnetic interference to the compass and if you stick the GPS + Compass too high, it will be very easy to get damage during the race. But I have to say, it is pretty damn impressive.
May 23, 2016, 12:49 PM
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phoanglong, yes, for GPS flight modes/SkyGates, the GPS does need to be mounted away from magnetic interference. Whether this requires stalk mounting will vary with airframe. Perhaps it could be set up to be removable, so that when actual gates are being used, it's taken off.
May 23, 2016, 01:17 PM
I can FPV :D
As a customer, may I recommend you kindly include (or sell separately) more of the micro connectors. I used the CC3D on my miniquad and absolutely HATED the micro connectors because they were weak and the wires quickly snapped on a little bit of force.
A few extra $$$ for a few extra wires won't hurt
May 23, 2016, 01:27 PM
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Waiting patiently to get mine!!!
May 23, 2016, 01:49 PM
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Just got my Eagle tree Vector. I was wondering why they have not micro'ed their product yet. The vector is kinda heavy for some applications. NOW with this and a Micro Tx your quad will be super light.. Micro crossfire is like almost nothing in weight.

May 23, 2016, 01:50 PM
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Can i use other gps modules ? GPS-MAG Module with dual band GPS: $56.99 is too expensive for a 100$ controller imo
May 23, 2016, 01:54 PM
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This is GREAT! This is going to work perfect in one of my Z-84s! Thanks!
May 23, 2016, 02:01 PM
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This is so nice
May 23, 2016, 02:45 PM
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sure its nice,.... but to be honest a "smaller PSU or with only soldering pad alone so people can put there need size cable on it would be better,...

I have a ZMR 250 with ET Vector since 2 years and the hardest part was the PSU cables, same with my Mini Skywalker, the regulare size Vector can be fit in most designs.

How many people really need a 6S / 120Amp Power supply, a nice smaller one would be nice.
May 23, 2016, 03:31 PM
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Subbing the old school way, Can't wait.
May 23, 2016, 05:04 PM
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Oah cool.. I hope the shipping cost to other countries don't be expensive for a small piece!

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