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Aug 31, 2016, 05:28 PM
Lt Col, USAF, Retired
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Introducing the FuryF3 - Advanced Flight Control


Introducing the FuryF3: Advanced Flight Control!!!

http://www.furyflightcontrol.com/

In Stock and on sale now at 2DogRC:

http://www.2dogrc.com/furyf3-board-1774.html

Why should you buy this board? It is one of the easiest boards to tune on the market. You have a powerful F3 processor and a gyro that is not noise sensitive like other F3 boards currently available. The onboard SD card makes logging very easy and more storage then you can use in a week. With the SPI interface you are getting the fastest possible communication allowing you to run the board MUCH faster than a Naze or even other F3 targets! The board features solder tabs instead of through holes allowing for fast assemble as well.

This is not just a good board, it is the BEST F3 board available!

This board will have the following features:
Standard 36x36 Board (30.5x30.5 mounting)
STM32F303CCT6: 32-Bit, 72MHz, 256K
3 hardware serial ports.
USB VCP (can be used at the same time as the serial ports).
4 PWM outputs (dedicated for quads).
Dedicated 3.3v regulator for external devices/Spektrum (up to 500mA)
Dedicated PPM/SerialRX input header pins.
Dedicated SPEKTRUM adapter port.
Dedicated I2C headers.
MPU6000 SPI Acc/Gyro
Blackbox Support, On-Board MicroSD Card Support
Voltage monitoring (built in Voltage divider)
Current monitoring (additional sensor required)
RSSI monitoring
Buzzer Connector
LED Strip Connector
SWD Port
Direct mounting option for a Pololu switching regulator (D24V6F5) for up to 6S lipo operation.
Official Betaflight Support

FuryF3 Review by Joshua Bardwell:

Fury F3 Flight Controller Announcement / Review (7 min 6 sec)


Manual: Full manual available soon!

How to Videos (Coming Soon):


Board Pinout:



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Aug 31, 2016, 05:31 PM
Lt Col, USAF, Retired
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Aug 31, 2016, 05:32 PM
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Sep 02, 2016, 02:04 AM
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Happy for you that you reached mass production
Sep 02, 2016, 07:51 PM
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Very happy with this FC. Thank you.
Oct 04, 2016, 10:30 PM
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Is Regulator in/ Vbat in just a vbat sensor ... or can i use that to for input from PDB ... or should I be using a 5v in?
Oct 05, 2016, 02:50 AM
Lt Col, USAF, Retired
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Vbat in is for connecting the battery for vbat sensor and power to regulator if used. It does not power the board if no regulator attached. Only vbat sensor in that case.

5v power to the board to any 5v pad or Vout on the 4 pin throughole regulator attachment if no regulator used.
Oct 05, 2016, 10:59 PM
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Originally Posted by kc10kevin
Vbat in is for connecting the battery for vbat sensor and power to regulator if used. It does not power the board if no regulator attached. Only vbat sensor in that case.

5v power to the board to any 5v pad or Vout on the 4 pin throughole regulator attachment if no regulator used.
Awesome, thanks. Picked one up a couple months ago and getting ready to install this board very soon.
Oct 22, 2016, 11:44 AM
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Any ideas why I'm not getting VFAS (battery monitoring) in my telemetry. It wont show up on my Taranis. Telemetry should be setup correctly because I'm getting other stuff there Rxbat, A2 and RSSI. Also Betaflight configurator is showing my battery voltage correctly, so the board should be ok.

So far I've tried Betaflight 3.0 and 3.0.1

Any ideas what to check?

Edit:
Figured it out. Had MSP enabled on the same uart.
Last edited by Backdraft83; Oct 22, 2016 at 03:34 PM.
Oct 28, 2016, 12:49 PM
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Any ideas why I'm not getting VFAS (battery monitoring) in my telemetry. It wont show up on my Taranis. Telemetry should be setup correctly because I'm getting other stuff there Rxbat, A2 and RSSI. Also Betaflight configurator is showing my battery voltage correctly, so the board should be ok.

So far I've tried Betaflight 3.0 and 3.0.1

Any ideas what to check?

Edit:
Figured it out. Had MSP enabled on the same uart.
I'm having the same problem. All of my telemetry works except for VFAS. I have UART2 set to smartport and nothing else. I'm getting the analog A2 channel, but that is incorrect voltages.

My telemetry is inverted and I'm getting accurate battery voltage in betaflight. Anyone have any idea what I'm doing wrong? Using FuryF3 with FrSky X4R-SB receiver.
Oct 28, 2016, 01:10 PM
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I'm having the same problem. All of my telemetry works except for VFAS. I have UART2 set to smartport and nothing else. I'm getting the analog A2 channel, but that is incorrect voltages.

My telemetry is inverted and I'm getting accurate battery voltage in betaflight. Anyone have any idea what I'm doing wrong? Using FuryF3 with FrSky X4R-SB receiver.
Are you sure you don't have anything else enabled on that port? Just Smartport?
Have you tried to scan for new sensors on your Taranis?
Oct 28, 2016, 01:16 PM
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Are you sure you don't have anything else enabled on that port? Just Smartport?
Have you tried to scan for new sensors on your Taranis?
I am sure and I've tried searching for new sensors a few times.
Oct 28, 2016, 01:26 PM
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I am sure and I've tried searching for new sensors a few times.
Is it soldered to U2TX?
Oct 28, 2016, 01:46 PM
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Is it soldered to U2TX?
Is what soldered there?
Oct 28, 2016, 01:49 PM
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Originally Posted by MattFrancis
Is what soldered there?
Telemetry wire from the smartport of your receiver.


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