# Airbot F3S AIO Flight Controller and Typhoon 4-in-1 ESC

This is a quick overview of the Airbot F3S AIO Flight controller and Typhoon 4-in-1 Pro ESC.

## Overview

The F3S is an upgraded, F3 version, of the OZE32 which is a PDB, MinimOSD and flight controller all in one. I have a beta version of the F3s, the final version is gold plated.

The button on the top will switch the USB/UART between the flight controller and OSD. No more messing with dip switches, woohoo!

The integrated OSD is a MinimOSD, not directly connected to the flight controller. This board is compatible with the BetaFlight and CleanFlight SPRacingF3 targets.

The pro version has a MPU6050, which includes the gyro, accelerometer and magnetometer. There is a BMP280 barometer and 16MB of onboard flash.

On the bottom, we can see there is an AB7456 OSD chip, which is a more robust version of the MAX7456 chip with 2x the amount of character memory.

## Typhoon 4-in-1 Pro ESC

The Typhoon 4-in-1 Pro ESC is awesome.

The pro version uses F396 MCUs and runs BLHeli.

## Pinouts

Here is the F3S AIO Pinout:

The Typhoon 4-in-1 ESC Pinout:

Note that motors 3 and 4 are in the opposite positions expected by CleanFlight and BetaFlight, so be sure to swap those pins when plugging into the flight controller.

## Mounting

We'll stack the ESC and the flight controller together.

Wire in the ESC.

The motor signal wires for the 4-in-1 ESC can be wired to the flight controller like so:

Wire power like so. The smaller, shorter leads will supply power to the 4-in-1 ESC.

## Setup

Snappy FPV has a great setup and overview here: