HUBOSD8 has been engineered to provide the highest possible performance and reliability in a 46*36mm & 4 layers PCB. It is a multifunctional HUB with PDB, BEC 5V/2A &12V/500mA, Current sensor 140A, STOSD8. It is specially made for the mini FPV Quad. The BEC 12V is linear regulator, no LC Filter needed. Built-in STOSD8 can support Plug & Play, no complicated settings needed.
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- Input voltage range (3S-5S operation): 8 - 21VDC
- PDB: 4x30A (Max.4x35A)
- Regulated 5V and 12V outputs
- Current Sensor 140A
- Built-in STOSD8
- - 2oz copper, 4-layers &1.6mm PCB.
- - 1x Battery input, 4x ESC outputs. 2x BEC 5V outputs, 2x BEC 12V outputs.
- - Camera signal & Gnd pads, Video Transmitter Signal & Gnd pads
- - 1x Serial port (RX, TX, G)
- - Dimensions: 46x36x4mm, Weight: 8.5g
- - Mounting holes 30.5mm square spacing,Φ3mm
PDB (ESC outputs)
- Continuous current: 30A per output Peak current (10 seconds/minute): 35A per output
BEC 5V outputs
- Designed for RC Receivers, Flight controllers, OSD, and Servos.
- DC/DC synchronous buck regulator.
- Voltage: 5.0 +/- 0.1VDC
- Continuous current: 2 Amps (Max.2.5A 10s/minute)
- Output Ripple: 40mV (VIn=16V, VOut=5V@2A load)
- Short-circuit tolerant (5 seconds/minute)
BEC 12V outputs
- Linear regulator, very low noise. LC Filter is needless.
- Designed for Video TX or FPV camera.
- Voltage: 12.0 +/- 0.3VDC (4~5S operation)
- Continuous current: 500mA@16V IN, 400mA@20V IN
- Short-circuit tolerant (2 seconds/minute)
- If the battery is 3S LiPo, Output voltage=3S LiPo voltage - 1V
- If current >140A. STOSD display 140A
Most Excellent Upgrade review by Mahu on 1/18/2017
I got a pre-packaged quad for a build and the PDB that came with the quad did not have OSD so I ordered one of the Matek HUBOSD thinking it would be a good alternative to the standard PDB.
Well I can say I'm glad I decided to try this one out, the installation was very straight forward and I have had zero problems.
I did install the CAP on the Battery input to help with voltage spikes from the ESC's and have not had any problems with static when using full throttle on punch outs.
I have not had the pleasure of trying to program anything because the default settings provide enough information for me so far. You get the total MAh used from your pack, Amps being used, a timer and a constant pack voltage are displayed at all times. I forget what all else it can do but I was very impressed with what info was available straight out of the box.
I plan to install a different FC in my next build that shows Altitude and Heading so I have another Matek HUBOSD sitting here waiting for a new frame to get here.
So now, after flying several hundred flights, I have 3 of these in different quads and all are performing flawlessly, no complaints here.