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Mini Ublox Neo-6M GPS for CC3D & Revolution Flight Controller w/Built-in Compass

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The latest generation of high precision Ublox Neo-6M GPS receiver incorporates a digital compass and features active circuitry for the ceramic patch antenna, rechargeable backup battery for hot starts, and flash memory for configuration storage.

The Ublox Neo-6M GPS comes pre-configured for use with CC3D & Revolution Flight Controllers for easy set up while the folding pedestal mount provides a handy of mounting the compass away from sources of interference on you model.

Features:
• Fast satellite acquisition (10s to find 6 satellite fixes in the open)
• High precision (2.5m)
• Built-in compass, refresh rate up to 10GHz
• Inbuilt RTC Crystal
• Flash memory
• Folding antenna base
• Low noise
• Active and passive antennas supported
• SAW band pass filter
• Data logger for position, velocity & time

Specs:
Receiver Type: 50 channel Ublox M8 engine
Input voltage: 2.7 ~ 3.6V
Backup power: 1.4 V – 3.6V 22 µA
Supports: NMEA, UBX binary, RTCM
Position Accuracy: 2.5m
Acquisition rate: Cold 27 secs, Aided 3 secs Re-acquisition 1 sec
Tracking & Nav sensitivity: -167 dBm
Cold Starts: -148 dBm
Hot Starts: -156 dBm
Default Baud Rate: 38400
Power Consumption: 111mA @ 3.0V (33mA @ 3.0V in power save mode)
Operating Temperature: -40 ~ 85°C
Dimensions: 27.5 Ø x 7mm
Weight: 38g

Included:
NEO-M8N GPS module w/compass
Folding GPS mount and bracket

Full configurations instructions can be found in the OpenPilot manual:

http://opwiki.readthedocs.org/en/latest/user_manual/index.html

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  • SKU:
    571000066-0
  • Brand:
    No
  • Weight(g)
    36.00
  • Length
    120.00
  • Width:
    20.00
  • Height:
    80.00
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I've got one without compass. It has place on the PCB for the chip, but it is unpopulated.
I would be happy, if only the wiring is missing as for many others, but that is not the case with this one
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In my case I've got one which has no compass. It has place for the chip on the board but it's unpopulated. I would be happy, if only the wiring is missing as for many others.
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This is actually funny, the GPS has a MAG (Compass) but is not wired or connected! In order to use this MAG you will need to open the GPS module, solder 2 wires and connect them to the Flexi Port with I2C protocol. The GPS itself is good for its price.
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have not used this yet but all the parts look great and easy to install,
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Decent GPS module for use with Revolution / LibrePilot. Only uses GPS satellites. It does have a built-in compass, but is not wired up. In order to use the compass, you have to open the unit up and add the other two (SCL and SDA) wires to the 6-position connector. The compass talks over I2C and is powered by the same power / gnd connections that already exist.

The latest BETA build of LibrePilot will talk to the compass over the Flexi port only on a Revolution board, just be sure that you are powering via flight battery and not USB cable as the USB cable doesn't send power to the Main / Flexi ports.
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Went with CC3D revo, GPS stand is neat too
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