Special features:- This is the new 3 axis integrated version gimbal controller, utilizing larger current MOS chip, can drive up to 90 class big motors.
- Using larger current MOS chip replacing L6234D.
- Peak current 10A ( compare to L6234D 5A)
- Can work under 5A continuously ( heat sink is highly recommended in this case)
- Spare IIC port, can connect expansion board directly, avoiding "fly wire".
- Official version, support official version firmwares.
For more information and trouble shooting, please refer to developer's official website: http://www.basecamelectronics.com/
Special hint: Official version (licensed version) gimbal controllers now usually come without firmware, customers need to download and flash the official version firmware before use.
BGC Universal 3-axis/ 3-axle Large Current Brushless Gimbal Controller - Integrated Version, firmware upgradable | V3.53
Axis number: 3
Driving chip type: MOS
Peak working current: 10A
Continous working current: 5A ( Heat sink is highly recommended when working at 5A or above)
Power supply: 2-4S (3S is recommended)
Firmware: support SimpleBGC official version firmwares & upgradeable
Weight: 17g (including sensor and wire)
Main board size: 5 x 5 cm
Supported motor class: from 20 to 90 class (for camera from Gopro to RED sizes)
Note about brushless gimbals & Controllers:
Brushless gimbals and controllers are very new to the market and it is an emerging technology. You will need some patience and effort to get it to work as seen on youtube etc.. THIS IS NOT A PLUG AND PLAY DEVICE!
You will need some understanding of Microsoft windows drivers, software settings and tuning the gimbal software to your liking and to suit your multirotor.
Getting things to work the way it’s supposed to will be YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. Please understand this before you purchase any Brushless Gimbal Related Item.
1 x Gimbal Controller main board
1 x sensor
1 x sensor wire
3 x motor wires
1 x USB to RS232
Firmware upgrading operation method of this version is different to the conventional method, refer to BGC3.53 Firmware upgrading operation manual for details.
Special hint: Timing of disconnect the short circuit connection during upgrading the firmware is very critical, you must disconnect the short circuit connection while the progress bar reaches around midpoint (about 50%), disconnect too early or too late will result in upgrading failure.