Designed by the Grand father of the KK revolution, Rolf R Bakke, the KK2.0 is the evolution of the first generation KK flight control boards.
The KK2.0 was engineered from the ground up to bring multi-rotor flight to everyone, not just the experts.
The LCD screen and built in software makes install and setup easier than ever.
A host of multi-rotor craft types are pre-installed. simply select your craft type, check motor layout/propeller direction, calibrate yours and radio and your ready to go!
All of which is done with easy to follow on screen prompts!
The original KK gyro system has been updated to an incredibly sensitive dual chip 3 Axis gyro and single chip 3 axis accelerometer system making this the most stable KK board ever and allowing for the addition of an Auto-level function.
At the heart of the KK2.0 is an Atmel Mega324PA 8-bit AVR RISC-based microcontroller with 32k of memory. An additional 2 motor output channels have been added to the KK2.0 allowing for a total of 8 motors to be controlled (Octocopter).
A handy Piezo buzzer is also included with the board for audio warning when activating and deactivating the board.
If your new to multi-rotor flight or have been unsure about how to setup a KK board then the KK2.0 was built for you.
The 6 Pin USBasp AVR Programming interface ensures future software updates will be quick and easy.
Size: 50.5mm x 50.5mm x 12mm
Weight: 21 gram (Inc Piezo buzzer)
IC: Atmega324 PA
Gyro: InvenSense Inc.
Accelerometer: Anologue Devices Inc.
Input Voltage: 4.8-6.0V
AVR interface: standard 6 pin.
Signal from Receiver: 1520us (5 channels)
Signal to : 1520us
Aero 1S Aileron
Aero 2S Aileron
Singlecopter 2M 2S
Singlecopter 1M 4S
(Custom Mix via the "Mixer Editor" option)
The Mixer Editor allows you to adjust where and how much signal the motors receive from stick input and sensors.
This allows you to create any configuration possible with up to 8 motors or servos.
Whats is a Multi-Rotor Control board you ask?
The KK2.0 Multi-Rotor controller is a flight control board for multi-rotor Aircraft (Tricopters, Quadcopters, Hexcopters etc).
Its purpose is to stabilize the aircraft during flight. To do this it takes the signal from the three on board gyros (roll, pitch and yaw) then passes the signal to the Atmega324PA IC.
The Atmega324PA IC unit then processes these signals according the users selected firmware and passes control signals to the installed Electronic Speed Controllers (s).
These signals instruct thes to make fine adjustments to the motors rotational speed which in turn stabilizes your multi-rotor craft.
The KK2.0 Multi-Rotor control board also uses signals from your radio systems receiver () and passes these signals to the Atmega324PA IC via the ail, ele, thr and rud inputs. Once this information has been processed the IC will send varying signals to the s which in turn adjust the rotational speed of each motor to induce controlled flight (up, down, backwards, forwards, left, right, yaw).