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Micro HKPilot GPS And Compass u-Blox NEO-6 and HMC5883

Micro HKPilot GPS And Compass u-...

The New HKPilot Micro GPS and Compass module is perfect for the small class multirotor, planes or even standalone OSD application. Featuring the proven u-Blox NEO-6 chipset and a matched 25x25 dual amplified ceramic antenna, this micro GPS is pack...
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The New HKPilot Micro GPS and Compass module is perfect for the small class multirotor, planes or even standalone OSD application. Featuring the proven u-Blox NEO-6 chipset and a matched 25x25 dual amplified ceramic antenna, this micro GPS is packing full size power. The micro GPS also has the Honeywell HMC5883 Compass for remote location, to get your compass away from sources of interference. All this power and features, all at just 9.2g, the HKPilot Micro GPS all so comes with a matched cables for the Micro HKPilot Mega (APM). This Micro GPS is also perfect for the MWC and Naze32 applications as well.

Features:
• Active ceramic antenna, 25 × 25mm, comes with two LNA low-noise amplifier
• UART interfaces with EMI protection design, the RXD port can be compatible with 5V level signal input
• Build in HMC5883 compass I2C interface
• HG-U06 GPS with a standard UART (TTL) serial interface, common in most of the flight control
• Default setting Baud rate: 38400, update rate: 5hz
• u-blox 6 multi-GNSS (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, QZSS and SBAS) engine

Specs:
Dimensions (mm): 27mm (width) x 27mm (length) × 6mm (H)
Weight (g): 9.2 (without cable)
GPS module: u-blox NEO-6M
Onboard interface: Molex 1mm-6Pin (I2c/UART)

Included:
GPS MODULE * 1
6pin to 6pin cable* 1 (For Micro HKPilot)

*PX4/Pixhawk is an independent, open-source, open-hardware project aiming at providing a high-end autopilot to the academic, hobby and industrial communities (BSD licensed) 

**The reference to APM refers to the ArduPilot project, a family of open source autopilots based on the Arduino open source computing platform, developed by 3DR and the open source community. It consists of a choice of ArduPilot Mega (APM) electronics and a range of free software versions for different vehicles and is governed by an open source

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Looks like the neo 6 has trouble locking inside a building. Wanted to get my drone set up inside the house first through cleanflight. Recomending n8m gps instead....
Bought this for my Naze32 afro mini Rev3 and it works fine, does take a little while to get a 3D fix but for the size and price its a win and it worked plug and play with baseflight, just soldered the SDA and SCL wires straight to the back of the Naze to the labelled pads and other 4 as per the Naze32 manual and when i connect it baseflight recognised both straight up :), didn't even have to change baudrate (so it must be 115,200). Team these up with a micro minimosd and you have a fully functional flight controller and osd for under AUD $90 and weights next to nothing. But you need to know what you are doing, youtube is your friend and flashing tools are required for the micro Naze and minimosd.
Works great and finds satellites within 1 minute of power-up. Blue light blinks while acquiring satellites so you can see that things are working.
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very good product, i will asseble it in my quad i am sure it work fine
Works great and finds satellites within 1 minute of power-up. Blue light blinks while acquiring satellites so you can see that things are working.
it's very cool gps
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