Neue Produkte Forum
Registrieren

Total Price

0,00 €

Warenkorb 0 Warenkorb 0 Loading...

Micro HKPilot Mega Micro Sized Flugregler und Autopilot mit Leads 2.7.2 (APM)

Micro HKPilot Mega Micro Sized Flugregler und Autopilot mit Leads 2.7.2 (APM)

Shipped From:
  • USA
QTY:

Now save Speichern 0,00 € 0,00 €

45,45 €
Status:
Auf Lager
Gewicht:
35 g
SKU:
387000063-0
WANT FREE SHIPPING? Click here to find out more!

Die HKPilot Mega Micro ist eine Open-Source-Autopilot und Flugsteuerungssystem mit allen die gleiche Leistung und Funktionen des großen Bruders.

Die neue HKPilot Micro basiert auf der HKPilot 2.7 Architektur mit allen den gleichen großen Korrekturen zu bekannten Problemen früherer Varianten, an anderer Stelle zur Verfügung. Es ist kreativ in einem viel kleineren Formfaktor auf die jetzt beliebte 35mm Formfaktor neu gestaltet, und doch behält die volle Funktionalität und Ports vom Original ab. Die HKPilot basiert auf dem sich schnell entwickelnden und raffinierten ArduPilot mega oder "APM", ein Open-Source-Projekt von 3DR Robotik. Diese erstaunliche Flugregler kann der Benutzer jede Starrflügler, Drehflügler zu drehen, oder Multirotor-Fahrzeug (auch Boote und Autos) in ein vollständig autonomes Fahrzeug, in der Lage, eine breite Palette von Aufgaben selbst programmierten GPS-Missionen mit Wegpunkten Durchführung und Folge me-Fähigkeit (mit dem optionalen GPS-Modul).

Verschiedene Benutzeroberflächen sind für die Programmierung, Überprüfung Protokolle, auch einige Apps für Smartphones und Tablets. Die optionale Telemetrie Radio ermöglicht Zwei-Wege-Funkkommunikation Ihnen die volle Kontrolle geben und Live-Daten zur Verfügung stellt auf Ihrem Computer oder Tablet zurück. Die Liste von dem, was diese Flug Controller ist in der Lage hat sich schnell übertroffen worden mit dem, was es nicht kann, mit Funktionen, Flugmodi und unterstützten Plattformen. Das APM-Projekt wird von Tausenden von Benutzern Drücken dieser Open-Source-Fluglotse zu sein, eine der besten Systeme unterstützt.

Der neue HKPilot MEGA Micro verliert nichts von seinem großen Bruder, aber Größe und Gewicht, so dass für kleinere und leichtere Fahrzeuge. Der Mini ist nur ein weiterer Schritt in der HKPilots Evolution.

Eigenschaften:
• Arduino Compatible
• Pre-gelötet und getestet
• 3-Achsen-Gyrosensor, Beschleunigungsmesser, Magnetometer und High-Performance-Barometer
• Eingebaute 4 MP Dataflash-Chip für die automatische Datenerfassung
• Honeywell HMC5883L-TR Digitaler Kompass
• Invensense des 6 DoF Accelerometer / Gyro MPU-6000
• Measurement Specialties MS5611-01BA03 barometrische Drucksensor.
• Atmel ATmega2560 und ATMEGA32U-2 (Verarbeitung und USB-Funktion).
• Micro-USB
• Externe Kompass-Unterstützung
• GPS-Eingang
• IIC Eingang
• Power-Modul-Eingang
• Telemetrie Radio, OSD und Luftgeschwindigkeit Sensoranschlüsse

Specs:
Abmessungen: 35x35x5mm
Gewicht: 5,3 g

Eingeschlossen sind:
HKPilot Mega Micro 2.7.2
12pin Kabel * 1
10pin Kabel * 2

Dieses Produkt ist auf dem Open-Source-APM-Projekt von 3DR Robotics basiert, ist die CAD-Dateien pro der Creative-Commons-Lizenz unter der Registerkarte Dateien zur Verfügung.

* Hinweis: Dies ist kein Original Arduino Markenprodukt.

  • Artikelbezeichnung 387000063-0
  • Brand H-King
  • Kapazität ( mAh) -
  • Gewicht ( g) 35.00
  • Länge 95.00
  • Breite 15.00
  • Höhe 65.00
  • HK Pilot Micro
Upload video

Only registered users can upload video. Please, log in or register

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, sign in or sign up

Despite the fact that you are stuck with older arducopter firmware, this is still a really neat flight controller. The small size makes it practical in situations the original APM was not and the price is good for what it is. My biggest complaint is the wiring, I had to do a lot of splicing and dicing to make everything work with my setup. It works great once you get everything setup and tuned though. There are plenty of youtube videos / websites about the APM, so it's easy to find solutions to common issues.

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

Despite the fact that you are stuck with older arducopter firmware, this is still a really neat flight controller. The small size makes it practical in situations the original APM was not and the price is good for what it is. My biggest complaint is the wiring, I had to do a lot of splicing and dicing to make everything work with my setup. It works great once you get everything setup and tuned though. There are plenty of youtube videos / websites about the APM, so it's easy to find solutions to common issues.

I replaced a old APM 2.5 from 3DR with this and couldn't be happier. The form factor is much easier to work with and I'm already familiar with the configuration. It's almost a drop in replacement for the APM 2.5, except you will have to make cables for the 3DR power module, Telemetry/OSD, and possibly GPS. Once you get all the cables made, it works exactly the same. I just use this thing for Stabilize/Althold/Acro and it does that very well.

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

I replaced a old APM 2.5 from 3DR with this and couldn't be happier. The form factor is much easier to work with and I'm already familiar with the configuration. It's almost a drop in replacement for the APM 2.5, except you will have to make cables for the 3DR power module, Telemetry/OSD, and possibly GPS. Once you get all the cables made, it works exactly the same. I just use this thing for Stabilize/Althold/Acro and it does that very well.

Might be worth noticing that this APM does not work with latest ArduCopter 3.2.1, but rather with 3.2 only. It is a setback especially since it took me half of weekend to figure out why there is no real feedback from the board (compass, gyro, RC stuff not moving while plugged to USB). Once I updated to ArduPlane firmware and confirmed everything works, I was able to single out the firmware as a problem.

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

Might be worth noticing that this APM does not work with latest ArduCopter 3.2.1, but rather with 3.2 only. It is a setback especially since it took me half of weekend to figure out why there is no real feedback from the board (compass, gyro, RC stuff not moving while plugged to USB). Once I updated to ArduPlane firmware and confirmed everything works, I was able to single out the firmware as a problem.

Easy to set up, build quality looks and feels solid. I have everything all hooked up and ground tested, now for a maiden flight! I am impressed so far1

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

Easy to set up, build quality looks and feels solid. I have everything all hooked up and ground tested, now for a maiden flight! I am impressed so far1

Everything is as advertised except the barometer is very glitchy and will not hold altitude. Vibration levels are well within acceptable limits, but the baro will still put out very large spikes.

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

Everything is as advertised except the barometer is very glitchy and will not hold altitude. Vibration levels are well within acceptable limits, but the baro will still put out very large spikes.

After some days of test I have return the board to HobbyKing.
The board after a while became extremely hot , around 60 Celsius
I add a little heat disspator on the two IC between the Usb port and the reset button and solve partially the problem but the board was very difficult to tune .
I had to always to trim a lot at each flight, there were oscillations impossible to eliminate with PID tuning.
Alt Hold did not work well even if there was a low vibations level, but the baro test report 42Celsius while the room temp was 19, do not know if that affects Alt Hold.
Then the compass stop to work and I decide to return the board.
My quad was a 250 mm class with 5040 props and a AWU weight of 170 - 230 grams (with Mobius camera).
I have mount on the same frame and setup a standard APM board and if flew perfectly without any tuning at first try.
It might be my unit with problems but I was deceive by the board quality.
If you purchase this product you should remember that the last version of APM firmware that can be load on a 8 bit board is the 3.2.1.
Some spare extra connectors and cables would be welcome .

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

After some days of test I have return the board to HobbyKing.
The board after a while became extremely hot , around 60 Celsius
I add a little heat disspator on the two IC between the Usb port and the reset button and solve partially the problem but the board was very difficult to tune .
I had to always to trim a lot at each flight, there were oscillations impossible to eliminate with PID tuning.
Alt Hold did not work well even if there was a low vibations level, but the baro test report 42Celsius while the room temp was 19, do not know if that affects Alt Hold.
Then the compass stop to work and I decide to return the board.
My quad was a 250 mm class with 5040 props and a AWU weight of 170 - 230 grams (with Mobius camera).
I have mount on the same frame and setup a standard APM board and if flew perfectly without any tuning at first try.
It might be my unit with problems but I was deceive by the board quality.
If you purchase this product you should remember that the last version of APM firmware that can be load on a 8 bit board is the 3.2.1.
Some spare extra connectors and cables would be welcome .

Piece of garbage. Many QC issues apparent in this FC which of course affect it's performance. Not fit for purpose as advertised.

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

Piece of garbage. Many QC issues apparent in this FC which of course affect it's performance. Not fit for purpose as advertised.

This is my second APM board. Up graded from Naza32 to this on my 250 quad. Love how locked in this seems to be compared to the naza. This is a great value for all the feature this board has to offer.

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

This is my second APM board. Up graded from Naza32 to this on my 250 quad. Love how locked in this seems to be compared to the naza. This is a great value for all the feature this board has to offer.

I have two of these boards purchased on separate occasions. Both have problems. First one generates a lot of glitches on the barometer and other sensors, it can function in stabilize mode but not loiter, I suspect a bad barometer. Second unit will not do an initial calibration, sporadically will not connect to USB, and is unuseable. This makes three bad APM clones from Hobbyking, the first one was a different model which had poor solder joints on the USB which detached and destroyed the board.

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

I have two of these boards purchased on separate occasions. Both have problems. First one generates a lot of glitches on the barometer and other sensors, it can function in stabilize mode but not loiter, I suspect a bad barometer. Second unit will not do an initial calibration, sporadically will not connect to USB, and is unuseable. This makes three bad APM clones from Hobbyking, the first one was a different model which had poor solder joints on the USB which detached and destroyed the board.

much better than my old crius v1, my deadcat flyes great with this

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

much better than my old crius v1, my deadcat flyes great with this

  1. 1
  2. 2
Customer files
SSH-003T-P0.2 CONNECTOR Download [107]
SSH-003T-P0.2 Download [92]
AVR USBASP Download [104]
diagram1 Download [516]
No File Name Download [404]
No File Name Download [195]
No File Name Download [37]
Upload your file

Only registered users can upload files.
Please log in or register to start helping your fellow hobbyists today!

Combine Essential Items and Save