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Micro Mega HKPilot archivo maestro con la función OSD, GPS, radio telemetría, / sensor de potencia AP BEC / (915Mhz)

Micro Mega HKPilot archivo maestro con la función OSD, GPS, radio telemetría, / sensor de potencia AP BEC / (915Mhz)

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El conjunto maestro Mega Micro HKPilot es un sistema de piloto automático y fuente de controlador de vuelo abierto completo que ofrece el hardware emparejado, cables para un plug-and-play UAV sistema de control Micro.

El nuevo micro archivo maestro peso total es sólo 23,5 g y todos los componentes puede caber en un cubo de 35x35x30, para la solución total más pequeño UAV disponible. Perfecto para los mini multirrotor y misiones UAV Parque.

El HKPilot se basa en la rápida evolución de mega ArduPilot y refinado o un proyecto de código abierto de la robótica 3DR "APM",. Este controlador de vuelo increíble permite al usuario activar cualquier ala fija, ala giratoria, o vehículo multi-rotor (incluso barcos y automóviles) en un vehículo completamente autónomo, capaz de realizar una amplia gama de tareas, incluso programadas misiones autónomas con puntos de referencia, con el incluida micro de alta precisión NEO-6M Ublox GPS.

Varias interfaces de usuario están disponibles para la programación, la revisión de los registros de configuración, e incluso algunas aplicaciones para teléfonos inteligentes y tabletas. La radio telemetría, OSD, y GPS alimentación que se incluye permiten la comunicación plena radio de dos vías, que le da un control total y proporciona datos en tiempo real a su ordenador o tableta. La lista de lo que este controlador de vuelo es capaz de ha superado rápidamente lo que no puede. Característica ricos ajustes, modos de vuelo y las plataformas soportadas han hecho de este controlador de go-to de vehículos aéreos no tripulados.

El conjunto Mega Micro maestro HKPilot incluye: el nuevo micro HKPilot Mega 2.7.2, el módulo GPS Micro Ublox NEO-6M súper precisión con la brújula integrada, radio telemetría Micro con construido en antena PCB y el módulo de tierra para los datos bidireccionales, 4s 60A Módulo sensor / BEC / potencia AP, OSD minim Micro para la retroalimentación FPV, juegos de cables que hace juego completo para una experiencia plug-and-play.

Este producto está basado en el código abierto del proyecto de APM de 3DR robótica, los archivos CAD por la licencia de Creative Commons están disponibles bajo la etiqueta de archivos. El proyecto de APM es apoyado por miles de usuarios que empujan este controlador de vuelo de código abierto para ser uno de los mejores sistemas disponibles.

caracteristicas:
• El formato de 35 mm de tamaño micro con montaje de 30,5 mm
• El peso completo del sistema es sólo 23,5 g (micro HKPilot, GPS, OSD, energía / módulo de AP, radio telemetría)
• Compatible Arduino y APM
• Pre-soldado y probado
• giroscopio de 3 ejes, acelerómetro, magnetómetro y de alto rendimiento barómetro
• Construido en el chip de 4 MP Dataflash para el registro automático de datos
brújula • Honeywell HMC5883L-TR digital a bordo y fuera
• 6 GDL Acelerómetro / Gyro MPU-6000 de Invensense
• Sensor de presión barométrica MS5611-01BA03 Measurement Specialties.
• Atmel Atmega2560 y ATMEGA32U-2 (procesamiento y la función USB).
• Compás de la ayuda externa (incluida)
• Micro Ubox súper precisión del GPS NEO-6M incluido
• Micro 35mm 4s 60A AP / BEC / V de alimentación y sensor de Incluí
• Radio micro de 1,6 g de telemetría y OSD incluidos
• Los cables coincidentes para la serie completa

Incluido:
HKPilot Mega 2.7.2 Micro
Micro AP / BEC / V y el sensor I
micro OSD
Micro T-blox súper precisión NEO-6M GPS y brújula
Micro telemetría aparato de radio (915 MHz)
Juego de cables emparejado completa

Especificaciones:
Por favor, ver los componentes individuales bajo la etiqueta de artículos relacionados para obtener una lista de características y prestaciones respectivas.

* Nota: La referencia a la APM se refiere a la ArduPilot proyecto, 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 una licencia Creative Commons de código abierto. Este producto se basa en el proyecto de código abierto de APM Robótica 3D, los archivos CAD por la licencia de Creative Commons está disponible bajo la etiqueta de archivos.

* Nota: Este no es un producto original de marca Arduino.

  • SKU (Número de Referencia) 387000071-0
  • Brand -
  • Capacidad ( mAh ) -
  • Peso ( g) 186.00
  • Longitud 125.00
  • Ancho 55.00
  • Altura 85.00
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Took a significant amount of work/research to set up and get working & there isn't much documentation/detailed information about the board. After fixing the compass, I spent countless hours trying to figure out why sometimes the inputs worked, and sometimes they didn't, and now they just wont work at all. It worked fine in PPM mode (at first), but I cant do that because I have a 6 channel radio, and for some reason you MUST use channel 7 for auto tuning, and you need to do that or else it wobbles like crazy. That might be missionplanner's fault, but either way the software is as unreliable/buggy as the hardware. I will be replacing it with an openpilot revo, I had much better luck with openpilot boards in the past, plus they have the ability to configure the motors/ESC's, which this cannot.

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Took a significant amount of work/research to set up and get working & there isn't much documentation/detailed information about the board. After fixing the compass, I spent countless hours trying to figure out why sometimes the inputs worked, and sometimes they didn't, and now they just wont work at all. It worked fine in PPM mode (at first), but I cant do that because I have a 6 channel radio, and for some reason you MUST use channel 7 for auto tuning, and you need to do that or else it wobbles like crazy. That might be missionplanner's fault, but either way the software is as unreliable/buggy as the hardware. I will be replacing it with an openpilot revo, I had much better luck with openpilot boards in the past, plus they have the ability to configure the motors/ESC's, which this cannot.

Overall this APM and combo have worked great for me ~50 hours of flight time in a 250 quad with 2204 2300kv motors driving 3x5 props. Recently I had some GPS and low VCC issues. Added a 20uf cap at the APM power connector and now VCC is much more stable, no glitches now on about an hour of flight testing. I also had very twitchy alt hold mode. I ended up mounting the APM board on a 1oz (28 gram) metal sheet and the sheet is on rubber vibration dampers. Now it is rock solid on alt hold and much more immune to prop vibration. Now it preforms very very stable.

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Overall this APM and combo have worked great for me ~50 hours of flight time in a 250 quad with 2204 2300kv motors driving 3x5 props. Recently I had some GPS and low VCC issues. Added a 20uf cap at the APM power connector and now VCC is much more stable, no glitches now on about an hour of flight testing. I also had very twitchy alt hold mode. I ended up mounting the APM board on a 1oz (28 gram) metal sheet and the sheet is on rubber vibration dampers. Now it is rock solid on alt hold and much more immune to prop vibration. Now it preforms very very stable.

Love this FC, flying as good as my pixhawk rigs.
Was really surprised, at how well it works, GPS locks quickly, I'm using a RFD900 on the ground station, and the little tiny PCB antenna mavlink radio on a 330 quad, oriented on a small DIY mount, have not lost connection out to 2000 feet so far.
Got rid of the servo connections, soldered instead to save space. So impressed, just ordered a second one with the current sale.

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Love this FC, flying as good as my pixhawk rigs.
Was really surprised, at how well it works, GPS locks quickly, I'm using a RFD900 on the ground station, and the little tiny PCB antenna mavlink radio on a 330 quad, oriented on a small DIY mount, have not lost connection out to 2000 feet so far.
Got rid of the servo connections, soldered instead to save space. So impressed, just ordered a second one with the current sale.

great little product.. its a bit old.. but works just fine... all the features of the big quad copters in a 250 frame i suggest this to anyone.. that has a hard time flying like me

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great little product.. its a bit old.. but works just fine... all the features of the big quad copters in a 250 frame i suggest this to anyone.. that has a hard time flying like me

I bought this total set for my mini. Yeah I know a bit overkill. but I thought I would give it a shot. all in all it works real well. The autotune feature zero'd the pids nicely and the fact that it logs data allowed me to tun several other settings. which have resulted in a very stable and controllable craft.

Now for the down side. I only have one issue, the OSD. IT died after a bout 2 weeks of use. The text fades in and out I have found no solution for it and last night had to pull it from the craft as its no longer reliable. There is another version which I am thinking about getting., the tx and osd combo on one board same form factor as the fc. But I worry its 60 bucks I would through away in the end as I am having to do with the single osd.

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I bought this total set for my mini. Yeah I know a bit overkill. but I thought I would give it a shot. all in all it works real well. The autotune feature zero'd the pids nicely and the fact that it logs data allowed me to tun several other settings. which have resulted in a very stable and controllable craft.

Now for the down side. I only have one issue, the OSD. IT died after a bout 2 weeks of use. The text fades in and out I have found no solution for it and last night had to pull it from the craft as its no longer reliable. There is another version which I am thinking about getting., the tx and osd combo on one board same form factor as the fc. But I worry its 60 bucks I would through away in the end as I am having to do with the single osd.

Surprisingly easy to set up once you have the info.

With frsky d4r-II just output cppm to apm input channel 1 and short apm input channel 2 and 3.

Only thing I haven't figured out yet is how to program the OSD.

Currently flying in my folding 250 copter. Pretty much the best thing ever.

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Surprisingly easy to set up once you have the info.

With frsky d4r-II just output cppm to apm input channel 1 and short apm input channel 2 and 3.

Only thing I haven't figured out yet is how to program the OSD.

Currently flying in my folding 250 copter. Pretty much the best thing ever.

Well so far I am pretty impressed with this kit. I thought I was just getting a re-branded APM mini but its clearly a bit different. So far everything connects beautifully, I have updated the firmware on the radios and the apm itself. I did have to disable my Bluetooth com ports before I could get that to work. But that's not uncommon.
My only negative comments at this point are the lack of documentation and the inability to access the Mini OSD. I can't tell if its configurable in any way. It doesn't behave like the Minimosd at least not so far. More to come. But so far. I like it

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Well so far I am pretty impressed with this kit. I thought I was just getting a re-branded APM mini but its clearly a bit different. So far everything connects beautifully, I have updated the firmware on the radios and the apm itself. I did have to disable my Bluetooth com ports before I could get that to work. But that's not uncommon.
My only negative comments at this point are the lack of documentation and the inability to access the Mini OSD. I can't tell if its configurable in any way. It doesn't behave like the Minimosd at least not so far. More to come. But so far. I like it

Compass calibration issue - FIX
I went through a lot of testing in trying to calibrate the compass. WARNING to those with this issue. To use the external compass you must modify the main board. That is clearly documented. What is not documented is that if you want to use the on-board compass you must disable the one in the GPS unit. If you don't the FC receives two different compass readings and will never calibrate. To disable the compass in the GPS just remove the first black wire next to the red wire. That will only remove the signal for that compass. GPS will work normally. I used an X-acto knife to gently lift the lock tab on the micro molex. I used shrink tubing to prevent shorting on the lose wire. I can always re-enable it later if I so desire.

Why would one want to use the on-board compass? Reason #1 I do not want to risk damaging the FC board by doing the modification needed for the external compass. #2 and equally important to me is that if the plug to the GPS is dislodged during flight the bird would be able to return close to launch by using dead reckoning utilizing the on board compass and barometer.

I hope this post helps those with the trouble I had. I must have done a weeks worth of testing to discover this...

Dwight Martin Guam

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Compass calibration issue - FIX
I went through a lot of testing in trying to calibrate the compass. WARNING to those with this issue. To use the external compass you must modify the main board. That is clearly documented. What is not documented is that if you want to use the on-board compass you must disable the one in the GPS unit. If you don't the FC receives two different compass readings and will never calibrate. To disable the compass in the GPS just remove the first black wire next to the red wire. That will only remove the signal for that compass. GPS will work normally. I used an X-acto knife to gently lift the lock tab on the micro molex. I used shrink tubing to prevent shorting on the lose wire. I can always re-enable it later if I so desire.

Why would one want to use the on-board compass? Reason #1 I do not want to risk damaging the FC board by doing the modification needed for the external compass. #2 and equally important to me is that if the plug to the GPS is dislodged during flight the bird would be able to return close to launch by using dead reckoning utilizing the on board compass and barometer.

I hope this post helps those with the trouble I had. I must have done a weeks worth of testing to discover this...

Dwight Martin Guam

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