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MultiWii regulador de vuelo PRO w / MTK Módulo GPS (

MultiWii regulador de vuelo PRO w / MTK Módulo GPS (

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El MultiWii PRO es un controlador de vuelo giroscopio / acelerómetro de que se carga con las características. Esta versión de la MultiWii soporta la conexión directa de un módulo GPS (paquete incluye MTK 3329 módulo GPS) que permite la funcionalidad de posicionamiento muy preciso. Con opciones de expansión y capacidad de programación completa, este dispositivo puede controlar casi cualquier tipo de aeronave. Este es el controlador de vuelo ideal para su avión multi-rotor.

caracteristicas:
(MultiWii PRO)
• diseño de componentes SMD con Atmega2560
• Gyro ITG3205 triple eje
• Acelerómetro BMA180
• Barómetro BMP085
• HMC5883L magnetómetro
• Salida de servo para el lanzamiento de la cámara y control de balanceo
• Permite la conexión directa de módulo GPS (MTK 3329 módulo GPS incluido)
• Conexión USB de a bordo para la programación

(MTK 3329 Módulo GPS)
• Sobre la base de un solo chip MediaTek Arquitectura.
• Frecuencia L1, código C / A, 66 canales
• La alta sensibilidad, hasta -165dBm de seguimiento, que proporciona un rendimiento superior de urbano
• DGPS (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS) de apoyo (opcional por el firmware)
• Interfaz USB / UART
• Soporta la función AGPS (modo fuera de línea: EPO válida hasta 14 días)

Especificaciones:
(MultiWii PRO)
Montaje: agujeros de montaje estilo estándar de 45 mm X 45 mm Mk
Dimensiones: 70x50x12mm
Peso: 16g

(MTK 3329 módulo GPS)
Exactitud de la posición: <CEP 3m (50%) y sin SA (horizontal)
Arranque en frío: menos de 35 segundos (típico)
Arranque en caliente: menos de 34 segundos (típico)
Arranque en caliente: menos de 1 segundo (típico)
Consumo de energía: 48mA @ adquisición, 37mA @ seguimiento
Apagado consumo de corriente: 15uA, típico
Dimensiones: 30x26x7mm
Peso: 8g

* Nota:
Consulte las instrucciones sobre cómo activar la función GPS se encuentra bajo la pestaña "Archivos".

Contenido del paquete:
MultiWii PRO FC x 1
MTK 3329 Módulo GPS x 1
conexión del módulo GPS lleva x 1
conexión de la placa principal lleva x 1
cable de conexión USB x 1

Más información se puede encontrar en el sitio web MultiWii.
http://www.multiwii.com

  • SKU (Número de Referencia) 387000003
  • Brand -
  • Capacidad ( mAh ) -
  • Peso 78.0000
  • Longitud 130.00
  • Ancho 25.00
  • Altura 65.00
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this board was glitchy from the start, i got everything working right, then the board decided to take a flight on it own..... without giving it any throttle in manual mode it jumped up about 20 feet then the motors died and came crashing down, breaking my frame to pieces, destroying my gimbal, camera, and power dist board.... this board is a piece of crap... spent to extra money for a better one.... its costing me almost $300 to replace everything.... total crap...

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this board was glitchy from the start, i got everything working right, then the board decided to take a flight on it own..... without giving it any throttle in manual mode it jumped up about 20 feet then the motors died and came crashing down, breaking my frame to pieces, destroying my gimbal, camera, and power dist board.... this board is a piece of crap... spent to extra money for a better one.... its costing me almost $300 to replace everything.... total crap...

Quite nice, but:
- there is no way you can provide additional inputs (like rssi) without some hacks and using AUX inputs for that (you have less AUX inputs then)
- there is known power problem (http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=27245066&postcount=1859) which causes low voltage on serial power pins and on board itself causing some peripherals not working properly (like not starting minim osd). You can provide 6V input instead of recommended 5V or do some other tricks to work around this but it is still a problem.

On the other hand it is quite cheap and works...

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Quite nice, but:
- there is no way you can provide additional inputs (like rssi) without some hacks and using AUX inputs for that (you have less AUX inputs then)
- there is known power problem (http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=27245066&postcount=1859) which causes low voltage on serial power pins and on board itself causing some peripherals not working properly (like not starting minim osd). You can provide 6V input instead of recommended 5V or do some other tricks to work around this but it is still a problem.

On the other hand it is quite cheap and works...

the worst documented and hardest to set up flight controller you will ever use.
if you aren't versed in arduino programming you will find it hard to operate this controller and even if you are ok with arduino code, you will have to figure out how to use it without any instruction.

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the worst documented and hardest to set up flight controller you will ever use.
if you aren't versed in arduino programming you will find it hard to operate this controller and even if you are ok with arduino code, you will have to figure out how to use it without any instruction.

In the end it words great. But, oh, what a trip. The board is only outputting 3.9 volts to the serial 2 port that the GPS runs on. The GPS board is set up to run on 5.0 volts and this has caused me nothing but a million false starts. (Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.) In the end, I ended up unsoldering the 5.0v trace on the GPS and bridging the 3.0 trace. (Google it and good luck.)

The multiwii board itself is great, but why isn't *everyone* talking about the wrong voltage going to the serial port? For that reason, I'm knocking this combo down to 2 crowns for Quality. Yet, the value is good if you don't mind spending quite a bit of time learning the ropes.

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In the end it words great. But, oh, what a trip. The board is only outputting 3.9 volts to the serial 2 port that the GPS runs on. The GPS board is set up to run on 5.0 volts and this has caused me nothing but a million false starts. (Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.) In the end, I ended up unsoldering the 5.0v trace on the GPS and bridging the 3.0 trace. (Google it and good luck.)

The multiwii board itself is great, but why isn't *everyone* talking about the wrong voltage going to the serial port? For that reason, I'm knocking this combo down to 2 crowns for Quality. Yet, the value is good if you don't mind spending quite a bit of time learning the ropes.

I got this because I wanted to play around with a KK Board alternative. Though they have the same relative price point, they are completely different. For those looking for an entry level Flight Controller, I'd still recommend the KK since you can adjust the settings on the fly with the built in or attached screen. On this FC you need to plugin...adjust...repeat. However, great online community with lots of feedback and ideas.

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I got this because I wanted to play around with a KK Board alternative. Though they have the same relative price point, they are completely different. For those looking for an entry level Flight Controller, I'd still recommend the KK since you can adjust the settings on the fly with the built in or attached screen. On this FC you need to plugin...adjust...repeat. However, great online community with lots of feedback and ideas.

In Verbindung mit der notwendigen Software (Arduino plus MultiWii-Datei) ein hochwertiges Board zum Spitzenpreis.

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In Verbindung mit der notwendigen Software (Arduino plus MultiWii-Datei) ein hochwertiges Board zum Spitzenpreis.

Nice Flight Controller and Price

easy to set up, and very good quality

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Nice Flight Controller and Price

easy to set up, and very good quality

Nichts fr Anfnger und Leute die schnell fliegen wollen!

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Nichts fr Anfnger und Leute die schnell fliegen wollen!

Item faulty going through tha now so will be a while

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YOU HAVE TO SET THIS UP, Once you do it's amazing and packed with tons of features! Anybody that gives it less then 4 stars doesn't know How to use it.

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YOU HAVE TO SET THIS UP, Once you do it's amazing and packed with tons of features! Anybody that gives it less then 4 stars doesn't know How to use it.

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Customer files
Board_Connections Download [842]
Changing the MKT GPS rates Download [626]
Board_Top_View Download [973]
Board_Bottom_View Download [761]
MWC 2.3 Nav Notes Download [32]
MWC Pro Pin Outs Download [5052]
MWC Pro Motor Plan Download [301]
MWC Pro Stick Commands Download [307]
MWC Pro GPS (r33) Config Download [125]
What to do if your board does not arm Download [28]
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