Matek CRSF to 6x PWM converter

On the way - Apr 30, 2024
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€ 7,49

Matek Konvertor can turn a receiver with CRSF protocol into a receiver with 6 PWM outputs for servos. This will be especially appreciated by pilots of classic aircraft models without a FC. So they can use their favorite ELRS or Crossfire Nano receiver. The receiver is connected to the board via UART - pins TX1 and RX1. In addition to converting the CRSF signal to PWM, the board can also send telemetry data. On the board there is a VBat pin for the battery voltage sensor, a Curr pin for connecting an external current sensor, and RX2 and TX2 pins for connecting the GPS module.

The converter is fully adjustable. Settings are possible via UART2 using Matek Configurator. It is possible to set failsafe, trims, PWM output frequency or calibrate the current/voltage sensor.

The VBat pin is only for monitoring the battery voltage, not for powering the board. The board must be powered by 5V - perhaps from the BEC on the regulator.

Key Features

  • Input voltage: 5V
  • Input protocol: CRSF (ELRS and Crossfire receivers)
  • Output protocol: 6x PWM
  • PWM Frequency: 50/100/160/330/400Hz (50Hz default)
  • UART: 2x (receiver and GPS/Settings)
  • Telemetry: Current, Voltage, Capacity, GPS coordinates, GPS speed, Altitude, Number of satellites
  • Battery sensor: 36V Max
  • Current sensor: 0-3.3V
  • Size: 25x16mm
  • Weight: 1.3g

Package Includes

  • 1x Matek converter