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Micro HKPilot GPS y compás u-Blox NEO-6 y HMC5883

Micro HKPilot GPS y compás u-Blox NEO-6 y HMC5883

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El Micro GPS y brújula módulo de Nueva HKPilot es perfecto para la pequeña multirotor clase, aviones o incluso la aplicación OSD independiente. Con la probada u-Blox NEO-6 chipset y una antena de cerámica 25x25 emparejado doble amplificado, este micro GPS es el embalaje de energía de tamaño completo. El GPS micro también tiene la Honeywell HMC5883 Brújula para la ubicación remota, para obtener su brújula lejos de fuentes de interferencia. Toda esta potencia y características, todo ello a solo 9,2 g, la HKPilot Micro GPS todo lo que viene con un cable emparejados para el Mega Micro HKPilot (APM). Este Micro GPS también es perfecto para las aplicaciones del CMM y Naze32 también.

caracteristicas:
• Antena activa de cerámica, 25 × 25 mm, viene con dos LNA amplificador de bajo ruido
• las interfaces UART con diseño de protección contra EMI, el puerto RXD pueden ser compatibles con la entrada de señal de nivel de 5V
• Estructura en HMC5883 interfaz I2C brújula
• HG-U06 GPS con un UART estándar (TTL) interfaz serie, común en la mayor parte del control de vuelo
• Ajuste por defecto Velocidad de transmisión: 38400, la tasa de cambio: 5Hz
• u-blox 6 multi-GNSS (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, QZSS y SBAS) del motor

Especificaciones:
Dimensiones (mm): 27 mm (ancho) x 27 mm (largo) x 6 mm (H)
Peso (g): 9,2 (sin cable)
Módulo GPS: u-blox NEO-6M
A bordo de interfaz: Molex 1 mm-6Pin del (I2C / UART)

Incluido:
Módulo GPS * 1
6 pines para cable de 6 pines * 1 (Para Micro HKPilot)

* PX4 / Pixhawk es un código abierto, proyecto independiente, en hardware abierto cuyo objetivo es proporcionar un piloto automático de gama alta a las comunidades académica, afición e industriales (licencia BSD)

** La referencia a la APM se refiere al proyecto ArduPilot, una familia de pilotos automáticos de código abierto basado en la plataforma informática de código abierto Arduino, desarrollado por 3DR y la comunidad de código abierto. Se compone de una selección de ArduPilot Mega electrónica (APM) y una serie de versiones de software libre para diferentes vehículos y se rige por un código abierto

  • SKU (Número de Referencia) 387000068-0
  • Brand H-King
  • Capacidad ( mAh ) -
  • Peso 17.0000
  • Longitud 85.00
  • Ancho 20.00
  • Altura 40.00
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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....

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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.

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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

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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.

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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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it's very cool gps

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