IF USING INVERTED SBUS PLEASE FLASH WITH LATEST FIRMWARE FOR THE V2 REVOLT FOUND HERE

Soldering the Revolt

 

The Revolt is very easy to solder and setup. The pin-through holes double as pads to easily solder wires to. Simply solder the closest corner pads labeled M1, M2, M3, or M4.

 

The Revolt requires a 5v BEC for power. The pads on the bottom of the board can be bridged for 5V or 3v3V to match the power requirement for your receiver.

 

If you are using the BB firmware, then make sure to put your inverted SBUS signal on TX1 and bridge the INV and TX1 pads. For everything else you can use TX3 for Spektrum, IBUS, etc.

 

If you are using RF1 firmware, you can solder any receiver to either TX1 or TX4 and choose whether or not the signal is inverted by bridging INV and TX or NOR (not inverted/normal) and TX.

 

The Revolt also  has the ability to power an LED light and a buzzer. Simply follow the PINOUT diagrams below for a comprehensive look at how you can connect everything to the Revolt.

Millivolt and Spark
Bolt Wiring Diagram
Revolt V2 Wiring Diagrams
Revolt V1 Wiring Diagrams