BaseCam AlexMos SimpleBGC 3rd axis High Current 32bit controller


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PRO High Current BaseCam AlexMos SimpleBGC 3rd axis 32bit controller official
YES, this is a GENUINE Alex Mos new 32 bit 3 axis controller!
20AMPS per port
The controller can be used for building BIG gimbal for Professional use 3-axis camera stabilizing systems which can be mounted to UAV and for building handheld camera stabilizers. Unlike the Simple BGC board, this board is built for heavy duty and high power output with CNC aluminum protected case. Basic functions of the controller
- 32-bit MCU ARM Cortex M4. Effectively calculates the complex tasks for 3-axes stabilization.
- Allows camera control with the RC or analog joystick.
- Use several switchable profiles for different modes of operation
- Supports variety of RC protocols: PWM, Sum-PPM, spektrum and s-bus.
- Battery voltage monitoring, compensating voltage drop in the PID-regulator.
- Low battery alarm (output to 5V active buzzer).
- Increased number of inputs for controlling signals + 3 additional reserved input/output AUX1-AUX3.
- Dedicated UART-socket to connect optional Bluetooth module
- Reverse-polarity protection, overheat and overcurrent protection
- Improved attitude estimation algorithms
- Optional second IMU, that will increase the short-term precision of the stabilization 10x-30x times and will make stable work in any frame position.
- 12-26volts
- Current handling up to 20 Amps Constant per EACH motor port
- Built in cooling fan
- Built in 12v/4A DC Regulator to power auxiliary devices.
- Reversible IMU cable (polarity protection)
- 2 x Advanced Address switchable IMUs (easily change between frame and camera) with power indicator (Blue LED)
- Additional 4 Pin JR port for IMU Connection
- Built-in Power Switch
- Built-in Buzzer
- Built-in Power Indicator RED LED
- Built-in IMU Status/Battery Sensor Indicator Green LED
- Modular Female connectors for motors
- 2 mounting holes for IMU (26mm)
- 1x 3 axis board fully enclosed in CNC case
- 2x IMU fully enclosed in CNC case (switchable between Frame and Camera mode)
- 1x IMU 72cm cable with connector on both end
- 1x IMU 42cm cable with connector on both end
- Main controller: 84x54x17 113grams
- IMU: 22x22mm 6.7grams
- IMU cable diameter 2.5mm
- Main power cable 16awg

High Current BaseCam AlexMos Simple BGC 3rd axis 32bit
High Current BaseCam AlexMos Simple BGC 3rd axis 32bit
High Current BaseCam AlexMos Simple BGC 3rd axis 32bit


GUI (Windows, OS X, Linux): (6Mb 9.12.2014)
User Manual (English): SimpleBGC_32bit_manual_2_43_eng.pdf (813Kb 8.12.2014) 
User Manual (French) translation by Nono15: SimpleBGC_32bit_manual_2_43_fra.pdf (1Mb 26.11.2014)
User Manual (Russian): SimpleBGC_32bit_manual_2_43_rus.pdf (950Kb 8.12.2014)

  • (GUI): new option to enable auto-detection of system startup in the upside-down mode
  • (GUI): New interactive dialog to detect sensor orientation
  • (GUI): New interactive dialog to calibrate sensors
  • Second UART port to process Serial API commands: Rx goes to RC_ROLL, Tx goes to RC_YAW. It can be enabled in the RC tab ->"RC_ROLL pin mode"
  • Spektrum satellite new binding and data format options (used in the "Bind RC" command and to decode spektrum protocol)
  • Bug fixed: in the Follow mode when the camera is pitched down about 90 degrees, its not controlled by YAW
  • Bug fixed: calibration of accelerometer in the simple mode did not reset extended mode calibration, making a result of simple calibration not correct.
  • Bug fixed: "Estimate angle from motors" doesnt work in 2.43b6
  • Minor bug fixed with firmware update dialog.
  • Recovery firmware works now with USB connection on v.3.1 "Tiny" boards.
  • 100 Units in Stock

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 22 December, 2014.



Rc-toys Multi Rotor safty Tip Keep your PROPS OFF not installed until you are fully conversant/understand in full the functions of your Tx in full including TRAV (end Points), the arm and disarm procedures - realise that for a noob skiping or out-of-order set-up steps or moving sticks, or even static - PROPS may start at anytime without warning. Never install props prior to calibration of the ESC and testing the gyro orientation, and arm/disarm testing of the board - YOU are responsible - make sure your actions and your Copter is safe. Never ASSUME the props will not start - removing the props removes the risk.

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