HiSky HT-8 and FF120 Board Pics

To help those of you hacking the FF120/mQBot Micro flight controller, here are some photos.

You can see some pads underneath.

Here’s the transceiver used. Clearly seen with the shield taken off. I foolishly attempted to desolder the shield. Then I saw that the shield can actually just pop off. Very nice. :)

And here’s the FF120/qBot micro flight controller.

And here’s the bottom as requested:





6 responses to “HiSky HT-8 and FF120 Board Pics”

  1. Jack Avatar

    Great photos, thanks.
    But could you post one of the BOTTOM of the main flight control board?

    1. hacksmod Avatar

      Thank you. I’ll pull off the board and take a photo of it when I get home.

    2. hacksmod Avatar

      I updated the post above with the photo of the bottom of the FF120/Qbot micro’s FC.

  2. jack Avatar

    ooh, nice, CLK and DAT lines come out on pads, so should be easy to do SWD. I might buy one to try.

    1. hacksmod Avatar

      Cool. There were some talks and firmware dumps…however, the guys doing it must have lost interest.

      Read starting at this post for more info:

      1. Chris Avatar

        Very old thread I know but has anyone else noticed from looking at the datasheets for the devices that the connection to the accelerometer is through an “bit-banged” I2C interface?

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