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MultiWii MicroWii ATmega32U4 Flight Controller-USB / BARO / ACC / MAG

MultiWii MicroWii ATmega32U4 Flight Controller-USB / BARO / ACC / MAG

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Die MicroWii ist ein komplettes Multirotor-Flugregler. Es basiert auf der ATmega32U4, die der Prozessor der Arduino Leonardo ist. Die MicroWii enthält eine MPU-6050-Chip, der ein kombiniertes Gyro und Beschleunigungssensor sowie eine präzise MS5611 Barometer und HMC5883L Magnetometer.

Dies ist die ultimative Lösung für leistungsstarke Flugleistung mit Ihrem Multirotor-Projekt. Die Möglichkeiten sind endlos mit dem MicroWii, nur durch Ihre Fantasie begrenzt!

Eigenschaften:
• USB-on-Chip (kein FTDI oder UART erforderlich)
• Freie serielle Schnittstelle (es ist möglich, eine DSM2 Satelliten zusammen mit der GUI zu benutzen)
• 6 Empfängereingänge
• 6 hoher Auflösung (11-Bit) PWM-Ausgänge
• Unterstützt alle configs bis OKTO mit Cam-stab Unterstützung
• 2,5 kb RAM
• ATmega32U4 Basis mit Leonardo Bootloader
• 10DOF Sensorarray
• MPU-6050 (Gyro / ACC)
• HMC-5883L (MAG)
• MS5611-01BA03 (BARO)
• Bluetooth / GPS-Anschluss (unten; nur GPS oder DSM2 Satelliten können gleichzeitig verwendet werden, da die 32U4 hat nur eine UART)

Specs:
Hauptspan: ATmega32U4
CPU - Geschwindigkeit: 16MHz
Flash - Größe: 32kB (3,3 kb werden vom Bootloader genommen)
Eingang: 6 x high-res RX - Eingänge (2 AUX - Kanäle)
Ausgang: 6 ~ 8 Motorausgänge (Motor 1-6 sind 11-Bit - PWM)
Dimension: 50x50x16mm
Gewicht: 14g

* Hinweis: Dies ist kein Original Arduino Markenprodukt.

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  • Artikelnummer:
    9387000008
  • Brand:
    Nein
  • Gewicht ( g)
    34.00
  • Länge
    70.00
  • Breite:
    20.00
  • Höhe:
    65.00
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This is a nice board, but it lacks memory. The unstable barometer uses just enough that you can add a lcd. That would be a great improvement. The board and components are well constructed. About the barometer, it is unstable and needs a filter capacitor to buff the noise. Even buffered it still don't actually want to hold at any height. A suggestion is if you purchase this board is to omit the barometer and use it like any other multiwii board. If anyone knows how to do that please post it!
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This FC board is very nice but is not so used, there are no tutorial about it and if it's your first FC is quite hard to setup and make it work. Anyway i worked out most of the problem, and i can say that the flight is very stable now. If you are looking for a manual, you can find it in the International Warehouse product, but is not so completed and well explained. Anyway, it's a nice FC!
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Bought this for building a octocopter with altitude hold. After a lot of fiddeling, changing code etc, I gave up trying to get 8 motor channels working. The barometer pretty much sucks, very fuzzy uneven readings (installed a capacitor helped a little), but who wants to do SMD on a small flight controller? You also need to enclose the sensor, or it will go banana as soon as some wind gets to it. I ended up destroying the board because the capacitor came loose, tearing a bit of the copper off at the same time.
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I've bought it to replace a MultiWii328P. It slightly more expensive, but I can use the USB and a satellite receiver port together. It works very well with MultiWii 2.2.
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Worked good for a long time. Everything worked exactly as it should. Until one day magic smoke appeared from the possessor. After that it was useless. I think it's good value, however it does not have enough memory it needs to use all the multiwii features. For example GPS.
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Very good product, it's my first quad , with this FC it was easy to configure with Multiwii 2.3 , but be carefull of the pinout, i add a document which describe the association
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This board is not worth anything it does not work you will break you're quad before anything.....
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Es ist ein sehr gutes Board. Ich benutze es mit MW 2.2. Die vielen Sensoren ermglichen viele Mglichkeiten. Das Board ist gut verarbeitet. Leider habe ich aber Probleme mit der Bindung eines Bluetoothmoduls mit dem seriellen Port.
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Bought it for my mini quadrocopter. I flashed it with MultiWii 2.1, everything works fine if you define following switches in MW source: #define FREEIMUv043
#define A32U4ALLPINS
#define RCAUX2PIND17
Quad hovers very stable. Using the board in combination with attached orange rx100 satellite which also works great.
Don't know if MultiWii 2.2 will bring any improvements, for now i will stick with 2.1
Mayke sure you only connect it to USB 2.0 otherwise it won't work.
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Ho montato questa Multiwii sul x230 mini quadcopter, finalmente sono riuscito a fare funzionare tutto.

Ho usato il software multiwii 2.2, per fare andare la scheda e poter usare tutti i canali bisogna attivare questi valori nel file config.h

#define FREEIMUv043 // same as FREEIMUv04 with final MPU6050 (with the right ACC scale)

#define FORCE_MAG_ORIENTATION(X, Y, Z) {magADC[ROLL] = X; magADC[PITCH] = Y; magADC[YAW] = Z;}

#define A32U4ALLPINS

#define RCAUX2PIND17

facendo questo la pinnatura dell'input della rx sar modificata risultera la seguente partendo dal THR:

Thr - Yaw (Coda) - Aux1 - Pitch (Elevatore) - Roll (Alettoni) - Aux2

Cosa molto importante anche mettere la scheda nel verso giusto, il senso della freccia e la lettera N serigrafata sulla scheda indicano il verso di montaggio, in pratica la scheda andr montata col connettore USB rivolto nella parte posteriore del quad, e cmq non di spigolo come altri fight controller.

Prossimamente montero anche un GPS, ma adesso devo prima affinare i settari, anche se con quelli di default il quad vola gia abbastanza bene.
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