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The Bardwell F4 has been redesigned with V2 of the extremely popular Flight Controller. V2's 9v regulator and OSD circuit have been completely redesigned to make them as robust and reliable as possible. The current sensor max has been increased to 240 amps after reports that some users were exceeding the 130 amp maximum on previous boards (YOU BEASTS). The current sensor has also been factory calibrated so that you don’t have to go through a tedious manual calibration process to get your amps and mAh accurate.
For a detailed and complete manual authored by Joshua Bardwell, please click here. The Bardwell F4 manual is distributed as an online PDF. It does not come with a hard-copy printed manual
If you are using SmartPort Telemetry wired to the TELE pad, you must go into the CLI and type:
set tlm_halfduplex = off
If you are having issues with DShot or LEDs working on BF3.3, go into CLI and type:
dshot_burst = off
SETUP TIPS FOR BEST VIDEO
When setup appropriately, the Bardwell F4 *should* not need any capacitors in order to have clean video. However, on certain setups it will simply be unavoidable. Here are tips on how to setup your board for best video quality and the least likelihood of needing capacitors for perfect video.
The general idea is that you want to limit your camera and VTX's exposure to noise. I.E. - you want to limit exposure to your Bardwell F4, since the noise is produced by your ESCs, then passed through the Flight Controller to your VTX AND your Camera. A common misconception is that noise shows itself only through the VTX, when in fact it can be shown to your video via your Camera. So, here are our tips:
Now, those two general tips will get you darn close! But what if your video still isn't perfect? Here's what you can do further. First, there are two types of issues. One is noise related, one is power related. Noise looks like clear lines through your video. Power issues look like black lines through your video. For a noise problem, a capacitor will work and you can add it now and ignore the tips below and go fly. For those not wanting to add a Cap or those with a power (black lines) issue, keep reading:
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