This Telemetry radio set allows you to link to a flight controller such as the APM or Multiwii AIO via a USB equipped device such as a computer, laptop or tablet supporting a USB connection (OTG). The Radio set not only lets you see live data such as live GPS position overlaid on a map (if the flight controller has the GPS option) to system voltage, heading, waypoint navagation even artificial horizon and so much more, using open source MAVlink based ground station software .You can even fly your aircraft with a joystick via your computer and update settings live! Or just use it for your DIY projects that needs a wireless Serial interface. This kit offers a great low price, longer range (approx one mile with supplied antennas) and superior performance. The system utilizes the EU legal 433Mhz band and provides a full-duplex link using HopeRF's HM-TRP modules running custom, open source, firmware.
Frequency regulations vary by country, so consult your local airspace authority to find out which frequency is legal in your area.
The SiK firmware includes a bootloader that permits radio firmware upgrades over the serial interface, and configuration of system parameters. Firmware upgrades and configuration are fully supported in the APM Mission Planner. Configuration is also possible through the 3DR Radio configurator and AT commands.
Interface to the module is via standard 5V-tolerant TTL serial / FT232 USB serial.
Radio Telemetry base station (USB Connection)
ArduPilot APM 2.8 Mega External Compass APM Flight Controller Combo w/Ublox NEO-6H GPS for Multicopter
SD Logger BlackBox Flight Data Recorder- Use this to log your flight data to an SD card and then use that information to tune your pids.
**hint** (this is what the pros use to get tuned in)
Tune with Blackbox, it will change your life
After your flight, you can process the resulting logs on your computer to either turn them into CSV (comma-separated values) or render your flight log as a video using the tools blackbox_decode and blackbox_render. Those tools can be found in this repository: https://github.com/cleanflight/blackbox-tools
You can also view your flight logs using your web browser with the interactive log viewer: https://github.com/cleanflight/blackbox-log-viewer
To program the board, you will need an FTDI (USB to serial adapter) such as this one: https://quadquestions.com/product/ftdi-usb-connector-usb-to-serial-adapter-silicon-labs-si-labs-cp210x-usb-to-uart-bridge/
You need your own SD card to record it.
Weight of the device is aprox 1.5Gr
Features:Bluetooth Module CRIUS MWC Multiwi, Nazei Bluetooth / Parameter Debugging Module w/ Dual Chips
MultiWii Configuration function
This buzzer is used with Pixhawk and PX4 autopilot to annunciate status tones. The buzzer includes a two-position DF14 connector on one side that plugs directly into the Pixhawk or PX4 FMU board.
CC3D APM Flight Controller Anti-vibration Damping Plate Shock Absorber Set
1 X Flight Controller Anti-vibration Plate
4 X Rubber Balls
This CC3D Atom is about half the size of the regular OpenPilot CC3D, but with the same functionality.
1 x CC3D Atom flight controller
This CC3D Atom is about half the size of the regular OpenPilot CC3D, but with the same functionality.
1 x CC3D Atom flight controller
Conductive Adhesive Emi Shielding Copper Foil Tape for ESC, Wires and more
The V5+ AutoPilot is an advanced autopilot for academic and commercial integrators. Designed by CUAV in collaboration with the PX4 team. Based on the Pixhawk FMUv5 open hardware design, a highly modular board using Pixhawk standard pinouts for its external interface, allowing for carrier board integration. Out of the box pre-installed with PX4 Open Source Autopilot, and fully supported by ArduPilot.
8-14 PWM outputs (6 from IO, 8 from FMU)
DroFly MultiWii Flight Control Board with MPU6050 + MS5611 + HMC5883 + Atmega32U4
Breakout board for the FTDI FT232RL USB to serial IC. The pinout of this board matches the FTDI cable to work with official Arduino and cloned 3.3V Arduino boards. It can also be used for general serial applications. The major difference with this board is that it brings out the DTR pin as opposed to the RTS pin of the FTDI cable. The DTR pin allows an Arduino target to auto-reset when a new Sketch is downloaded. This is a really nice feature to have and allows a sketch to be downloaded without having to hit the reset button. This board will auto reset any Arduino board that has the reset pin brought out to a 6-pin connector.
The pins labeled BLK and GRN correspond to the colored wires on the FTDI cable. The black wire on the FTDI cable is GND, green is DTR. Use these BLK and GRN pins to align the FTDI basic board with your Arduino target.
There are pros and cons to the FTDI Cable vs the FTDI Basic. This board has TX and RX LEDs that allow you to actually see serial traffic on the LEDs to verify if the board is working, but this board requires a miniB cable. The FTDI Cable is well protected against the elements, but is large and cannot be embedded into a project as easily. The FTDI Basic uses DTR to cause a hardware reset where the FTDI cable uses the RTS signal.
GF CC3D Flight Controller Anti-vibration Damper Set for QAV250 H250
The new Pixhawk 2 GPS
Concurrent reception of up to 3 GNSS (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, BeiDou)
Notification RGB LED
RTK GNSS set with rover and base
Centimeter‑level GNSS positioning for the mass market
The Kakute F7 HDV has all the features you’d expect from a top-tier Betaflight flight controller. A fast F7 processor lets it run all the latest features at top speed. Six hardware-based UARTS for all the peripherals you could want. All UARTS support inversion so Frsky users don’t need to stress about “uninvert hack”. An SD card slot lets you store basically unlimited blackbox logs. The Kakute F7 HDV has a built in plug that connects to the Air Unit with the included cable. No soldering is required! It’s got an 18-watt voltage regulator for the Air Unit (twice as much as the AU pulls, just to make sure voltage stays rock solid). The FC itself utilizes a power F7 processor and includes a BMP280 barometer and SCL/SDA port for use with external GPS/magnetometer unit (not included). There's also a SD card slot blackbox for data logging purposes. Features: Supports Betaflight and Cleanflight. High-performance / low-noise IMU. MPU6000 with 6-axis gyro and accelerometer. Ready for autonomous flight: Integrated BMP280 barometer and SCL/SDA for use with external GPS/magnetometer units. Dedicated boot loader button for easy firmware flashing. Low-profile design fits into even very compact frames. Input voltage 7v to 42v. Power the board directly from the flight pack, up to 6S (on “B+” pad only). Automatic voltage monitoring. No need to run a separate vBat wire for voltage monitoring; the KAKUTE F7 HDV monitors voltage directly from the power supply. Filtered voltage output for clean, noise-free video. 2 On-board regulators output 5V and 8V. 5V output up to 1.5A to power peripherals such as receiver, FPV camera, or LED strip. 8V output up to 2A to DJI FPV VTx. Supports BLHeli pass-through for easy ESC upgrade and configuration. Specifications: MCU: STM32F745 32-bit processor IMU: MPU6000 Barometer: BMP280 USB VCP Driver (all UARTs usable simultaneously; USB does not take up a UART) 6 hardware UARTS (UART1,2,3,4,6,7) All UARTS support hardware inversion. SBUS, SmartPort, and other inverted protocols work on any UART without “uninvert hack”. Supports serial receivers (SBUS, iBus, Spektrum, Crossfire) only. PPM and PWM receivers are not supported. TF card for Blackbox logging Dimensions: 35x35mm Mounting Holes: Standard 30.5mm square to the center of holes Weight: 8g Included:
The next evolution of the rotor revolution is here!! The KK-mini is packing all the same power, but with a new mighty-mini form factor.
The KK-Mini is the next Big/Small evolution of the first generation KK flight control boards. The KK-Mini is based on the KK2.1.5 architecture and has all the same inputs and outputs as well as the full functionality of its big brother. The new 36mm designed was adapted to fit the needs of the new mini market, but don’t let its size fool you as it's just as much at home in any size multi-rotor. The KK mini still utilizes a built in GUI using a hi-res mini LCD and 4 micro buttons for the same great KK experience. It was engineered from the ground up to bring multi-rotor flight to everyone, not just the experts.
A host of multi-rotor craft types are pre-installed, simply select your craft type, check motor layout/propeller direction, calibrate your ESCs and radio and you’re ready to go! All of which is done with easy to follow on screen prompts!
The original KK gyro system has been updated to an incredibly sensitive 6050 MPU system, making this the most stable KK board ever and allowing for the addition of an auto-level function. At the heart of the KK-Mini is an Atmel Mega644PA 8-bit AVR RISC-based microcontroller with 64k of memory. An additional polarity protected header has been added for voltage detection, so no need for on-board soldering. A handy piezo buzzer is also included for audio warning when activating and deactivating the board.
The KK-Mini added polarity protection to the voltage sense header and on-board buzzer. The voltage sense line has been updated for better accuracy.
If you’re new to multi-rotor flight or have been unsure about how to setup a KK board, then the KK-Mini was built for you. The 6 Pin USBasp AVR programming interface ensures future software updates will be quick and easy.
The latest revision of this popular flight controller has arrived! Version 2.1.5 has updated sensors, more memory and safety enhancements including polarity protection and better pin labelling.
The KK 2.1.5 board brings easy multi-rotor flight to beginners and experts alike. The LCD screen and user-friendly software can be fully configured on the board itself instead of having to use a PC based configuration tool. Just select your multi-rotor type and motor layout, calibrate the ESCs and radio and off you go. Just follow the prompts on the LCD screen.
The board now uses the 6050MPU inertial measurement unit, containing a high precision gyro and accelerometer, so the KK 2.1.5 board now comes with an auto-level function. The Atmel Mega644PA 8-bit AVR RISC-based microcontroller has 64k of memory. The voltage detection header now also features polarity detection. Also included in the package is a piezo buzzer to provide audio feedback and warnings when arming or disarming the board.
1. Based on the original design, but improved with the convenience to connect to a satellite or S.Bus receiver directly, bypassing the requirement of adapter as normal KK board.
What is a Multi-Rotor Control board you ask?
Mini Pix Pixhawk 2.4. 8 PX4 Autopilot Pix 2.4.8 32Bit Flight Controller Combo including:
FMU Processor: SMT32f407 (32bit Cortx-M7 168Mhz Arm)
Interface Type CH1.25
GPS UART X2 (Support for Dual GPS)
Work Environment and Physical Parameters (Job Condition and Physical Parameters):
NAV Module x 1
UART 4Pin cable (to GPS) 200mm x1
I2C 4Pin cable (to FC) 100mm x1
All GPS data available via the I2C bus to connect to 328P Multiwii FC
A LED on board show GPS 3D Fix status
ATMega 328P Microcontroller
2 Molex 1.25mm 4Pin socket for GPS receiver and FC
2 port for ISP and FTDI
Hole diameter: 3mm
The popular Naze32 is here! Initially designed for use with small to mid-sized multirotor craft, it has become the go-to controller for a host of Multirotor projects and propheads.The Full board contains the additional magnetometer and barometer
Board comes with pins-Not soldered.
Designed for use with small indoor or small to mid-sized outdoor multirotor craft, or as a standalone camera stabilizer, the Naze32 flight control is simple to setup, with configuration based on the familiar “MultiWii” software.
The Acro Naze32 is one of the best flight controllers available for Multi-rotors.this board is Acro version and not including the Magnetometer and barometer
This FC features an STM32 32-bit processor and comes in an acro version and and full version. The Naze 32 can be used in many different configurations (up to an octocopter). It also does FrSky Telemetry, Multiwii serial protocol, and can control a camera gimbal control.
MCU:ST Microelectronics STM32F103 72-MHz ARM Cortex-M3
Note that returns on these are not accepted after soldering. Please plug the board into your computer BEFORE you solder it to check it works.
Ublox NEO-M8N GPS to be used for CC3D Revolution Flight Controller Board , Bulit-in Compass Power Module for RC Multicopter
NZ32 Micro Brushed Flight Control Board Base NAZE32 6DOF for MICRO FPV Quadcopter Frame
Wire cable colors:
Openpilot CC3D EVO Flight Controller 32-bit Flexiport New Version (Straight pins)
The CC3D boards is an all-in-one stabilization hardware flight controller, which runs the OpenPilot firmware. It can fly any airframe from fixed wing to an octocopter and is configured and monitored using the powerful and user friendly OpenPilot Ground Control Station (GCS) software.
CC3D Hardware Features:
This flightcontroller also offers an innovative Flexi-port which provides either I2C connectivity or a second serial port. Flexi-port gives CopterControl the flexibility to use either I2C and a single serial port or dual serial ports, according to your connectivity needs.
OpenPilot tried to make your experience with the CC3D as easy and trouble-free as possible. Naturally for a high-end product, the hardware is complete; there is nothing to solder. The included RC harness allows you to connect any standard PWM receiver. All CopterControl boards are tested before shipping and come with bootloader already flashed. A standard mini-USB cable (not included) is used to load the latest firmware and configure everything for your unique airframe.
Sensors and Components:
The OpenPilot Revolution board, also called 'Revo', is a new breed of Autopilot using the STM32F4 series, 210MIPS ARM Micro-controller. This is important, as it contains a hardware floating point unit (FPU), which is a huge advancement for hobby-class autopilots. Of course, OpenPilot has been 32bit since day one, and the FPU is another step up the performance ladder.
The Revolution is a flight control computer with autopilot, intended for multirotors, helicopters and fixed wings. It is a full 10DOF with gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer and pressure sensors.
Differential pressure Sensor board 14g only
The MPXV7002 is designed to measure positive and negative pressures. In addition, with an offset specially at 2.5 V instead of the conventional 0 V, this new series can measure pressure up to 7kPa through each port for pressure sensing but also for vacuum sensing (see the transfer function in the data sheet for more detailed information). Features: -2 to 2 kPa (-0.3 to 0.3 psi). 0.5 to 4.5 V Output
Electronics not included