USER MANUAL: KK2.0 Multi-Rotor Control Board
-Mount the FC on the frame with the LCD facing front and the buttons facing back.-Connect the receiver to the pins on the left side. The negative (black or brown) lead towards the edge
of the FC. The order is, from front to back: Aileron, Elevator, Throttle, Rudder and AUX.
Connect AUX to a switched channel on your transmitter.
-Connect the motors and servos to the pins on the right side. M1 is the front one and M8 is the back
one. The negative (black or brown) lead towards the edge of the FC.
See below for how to find out which motor goes where.
DO NOT MOUNT THE PROPELLERS YET!
The M1 connector must always have a ESC connected, because this ESC will be the only one that
supplies the FC with 5V power. This ensures stable power to the FC.
The M2 to M8\’s 5V power pin is connected together, and any servos here will be supplied by any ESC\’s
connected here. There is not necessary to cut the 5V (red) lead on any ESC unless it has a Switching
With many servos, for example airplane stabilization, there may be necessary with an extra BEC. Do
not use multiple switched BEC\’s
-Set up a new model on your transmitter, Use a normal airplane profile.
-Turn on the power and press the menu button and enter the “Receiver Test” sub-menu.
Move each channel on your transmitter and check that the displayed direction corespondents with
the stick movements. If they disagree, reverse the channel on your transmitter.
Check that the AUX channel show “ON” when the switch on your transmitter is in your preferred on
position. If not, reverse the AUX channel on your transmitter.
-Use the trims or sub-trims and adjust the channel values shown on the LCD to zero.
-Enter the “Load Motor Layout” sub-menu and choose the configuration you want. If the configuration
you want is not listed, use the “Mixer Editor” sub-menu to make one. More on that later.
-Enter the “Show Motor Layout” sub-menu and confirm the following. Is the configuration correct? Is
the motors and servos connected the the correct output? Correct rotation direction? Does the motor
speed up when dropping the arm it is mounted on?
-Enter the “PI Editor ” sub-menu and check for correct PI gain values. Use known good values or the
-Now you can mount the propellers and test it. Arm it by give right rudder and zero throttle for a few
seconds. It will beep and the LED will turn on. Do not arm it until you have put the multicopter on the
ground and stepped away 5 meters.
Safe it after landing by holding the rudder to left with zero throttle. It will beep and the LED will turn
off. Do it before you approach the multicopter.
If it wants to tip over right away, check your connections and your custom made mixer table if you
If it shakes and maybe climbs after its airborne, adjust the Roll and Pitch Pgain down.
if it easily tips over after its airborne, adjust up.
If it drifts away, use the trims to keep the drift down. It will normally drift away with the wind. If you
need excessive trim, check if the arms and motors have the correct angles and that the motors are
Increase the Roll and Pitch I gain (note the difference from P gain) until it flies straight forward without pitching up or down. you can foun this manual here
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