For entry-level enthusiasts, DJI now brings out the most cost-effective solution, the NAZA-M Lite flight control system. As the simplified version of NAZA-M, it inherits the high reliability and stability of NAZA-M in a basic package offering a very competitive price. The innovative All-in-One design simplifies installation and saves space and weight. It contains inner damping, controllers, 3-axis gyroscope, 3-axis accelerometer and barometer in its light and small Main Controller. It can measure flying altitude, attitude and therefore can be used for autopilot/automatic control.
The included plug and play GPS module will greatly enhance the performance for aerial photography with accurate Position Hold, Return-To-Home and Intelligent Orientation Control functionalities. With the GPS Module, the multi-rotor will have position and altitude locked accurately even in windy conditions. Hovering accuracy is approximately 2.5m horizontal and 0.8m vertical.
The advanced attitude stabilization algorithm not only inherits the outstanding flight stability of DJI products, but also provides excellent maneuverability. It is more flexible and stable, and gives the hobbyists a wonderful flight experience.
• All-in-One Design
• GPS Module Available/Accurate Position Hold
• Low Voltage Protection
• 6 Supported Multi-rotor Types
• Advanced Attitude Stabilize Algorithm
• Intelligent Orientation Control (IOC)
• Motor Arm and Motor Dis-arm
• Built-in Gimbal Stabilization Function
• Multiple Flight Control Mode/Intelligent Switching
• Failsafe Mode
• Support Futaba S-Bus and PPM Receiver
• Remote Adjustment
Naza-M Lite Main Controller
DJI GPS/Compass Module
DJI V-SEN LED Module
USB Data Cable
All necessary mounting hardware/connection leads
Supported Multi-Rotor: Quad-rotor I4, X4, Hex-rotor I6, X6, IY6, Y6
Supported ESC output: 400Hz refresh frequency
Recommended Transmitter: PCM or 2.4GHz with minimum 4 channels
Working Voltage Range: MC: 4.8V~5.5V, VU Input: 7.2V~26.0V (recommended 2S~6S Lipoly)
Power Consumption: MAX: 1.5W (0.3A @ 5V), Normal: 0.6W (0.12A @ 5V)
Operating Temperature: -10°C ~ 50°C
Assistant Software System Requirement: Windows XP sp3/Windows 7/Windows 8
Dimensions: MC: 45.5x31.5x18.5mm, VU: 32.2x21.1x7.7mm, GPS & Compass: 46mm (diameter)x9mm
Weight: MC: 25g, VU: 20g, GPS: 21.3g
Hovering Accuracy (GPS Mode): Vertical: +/-0.8m, Horizontal: +/-2.5m
Max Yaw Angular Velocity: 200°/s
Max Tilt Angle: 45°
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Good controller, especially after the V2 upgrade of the firmware, rock steady hovering, and smooth flight.
The voltage protection is a pain to set up, but once done it works really well.
Overall, after update of firmware, its a $200 controller for a bargain price of $79.
i can't review since it won't connect to the naza lite assistant. frustrated and tired trying to make this controller work.
I have tried several other FC such as multiwii and other arduino based controllers. The DJI naza may not be as expandable and expendable as these other Flight controllers. But performance wise, the Naza definitely outgun them. It is easier to use, more dependable, and very accurate when it comes to position hold both in the GPS and Altitude aspects. It will save you from a lot of headaches of trying to figure out the best possible parameters to achieve a fluid flight and solid position hold. Although I must say that mini racing quads is not the Naza's class as It can easily be outgunned by leading racing FCs such as CC3D and Naze32. When it comes to Areal photography multicopters, Naza is definitely up there along the top dogs.
I would give a review on how it flies but I cannot get everything set up the naze have looked for instructions on how to calibrate and set it up but cannot find anything that shows you exactly what to do
can anybody help jet
Awesome controller especially after the v2 upgrade. If anybody is having drift problems on gps hold during yaw do what I did. Try to imagine what is happening to the gps antenna during yaw, its moving in small circles and is constantly trying to correct its position but by the time it reacts its in a different position again.
I mounted my antenna directly above the centre of gravity which is also the position the copter rotates around, this way the antenna will not be moving laterally during yaw and the copter will not drift. Another thing that must be done is adjust the antenna for magnetic declination, find out the declination where you are and if its a positive number rotate the gps clockwise the same amount in degrees and vice versa if its a negative number trust me this cures drift to zero. After moving the gps you must recalibrate the mag, this is important otherwise the copter will not fly in a straight line.
Nice controller, upgraded to v2, 4.02 firmware flies even better now. Had problems with v 4.04 I would not advise upgrading to this version I had do factory reset then upgrade to v 4.02 now all is good.
Super easy to configure and get any quad flying.
Hard to configure and might work a little better
very good FC for quads, hexa, octo, only disadvantage it doesn't support normal tricopters.
We'll see of it work in Afghanistan fingers crossed
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