Naze32 ACRO 6 DOF Flight Controller REV 6.B
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Designed for use with small indoor or small to mid-sized outdoor multirotor crafts, or as a standalone camera stabilizer. The Naze32 flight controller is extremely simple to setup, with configuration based on the familiar “MultiWii” software. The Acro version is the same as the full Naze32 board except the full version comes with the MS5611 barometer and a magnetometer.
The Rev 6. board has a few update over the popular Rev 5. model, these include:
Note the ESC calibration process has changed with Rev6. To calibration the ESCs in the normal way through cleanflight, you must disconnect any 5v power supplies to the Naze32, using just the USB to power the Naze itself. Update: Now REV 6.B, back to normal, you can leave 5v power supplies to the FC connected.
All the versions use the same basic hardware such as the STM32F103CBT6 CPI running at 72Mhz with 16Mb of flash memory. The sensors is where each of the versions differ:
Naze32 ACRO: BMP280 (Baro), MPU6500 (IMU), None (Mag)
Naze32 Full: MS5611 (Baro), MPU6500 (IMU), HMC5983 (Mag / Compass)
Configuration software - Chrome Cleanflight Configurator
NOTE: To ensure driver compatibility, please connect the board via USB before soldering any pins to the board - we can't accept a return after the board has been soldered.
Header pins connections are used for the motor/ESC outputs and wire-to-board ports for the RC inputs and auxiliary functions like GPS, buzzer, etc. Please note that while header pins are provided (both 90-degree & vertical), you will need to solder them to the flight control board.
What do I need to know about flight controllers? You should think of the flight controller (FC) as the brain of your multi rotor UAV. Its principal roll is to stabilised your craft, some more sophisticated flight controllers can also fly your drone autonomously. In order to keep the drone perfectly balanced the FC takes continuous measurements from the Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU). These are electronic sensor devices such as a gyro, accelerometer, compass or GPS that measures the velocity, orientation and gravitational forces of the multi rotor. Based on their signals and command inputs from the pilot, the FC processes the data using complex algorithms and makes adjustments to the speed of each rotor to keep the craft level. A multi rotor has four controllable degrees of freedom: Yaw, Roll, Pitch, and Altitude. Each degree of freedom can be controlled by adjusting the thrusts of each rotor. When it comes to selecting a FC, there is a lot of choice. Some of the notable ones are the KK, MultiWii, Ardupilot, Naza, Rabbit and WKM. Your choice of FC is mainly dependent on what you want and your budget. Advanced FCs generally have more features and sophisticated sensors like gyro, accelerometer, sonar, GPS, Magnetometer. Some flight controllers include the IMU and some don’t. Different FC will have different flying capabilities. The following list states the main ones.
You should also consider the quality of the components, software package and importantly extent of support, both official and community based. Then there is the question of compatibility with peripheral accessories. The more advanced systems can communicate with a ground station via a telemetry link, allowing the pilot to program an autonomous flight and track progress remotely. Finally there is cost, prices range from £20 for some of the most basic FCs to over £1000 for the most sophisticated, such as the DJI Wooking.
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