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2 Mini FunFly Flight Controller Naze ( Introduction 6x6mm. 6 grams (no headers, 8 grams with). 000 degrees/second -axis MEMS gyro. auto-level capable with -axis MEMS accelerometer. -axis magnetometer. Pressure sensor. Flexible motor outputs, support various airframe types - Quad/Hexa/Tri/Bi/Y/Y6/octo/camera gimbal. Battery voltage monitoring and low voltage alarm. Up to 8 ch RC input - supports standard receivers or CPPM receiver. Modern -bit ARM processor running at.v/7mhz. Onboard USB for setup and configuration. MultiWii-based configuration software for easy setup. Designed for use with small indoor or small to mid-sized outdoor multirotor craft, or as a standalone camera stabilizer, the Naze flight control is simple to setup, with configuration based on the familiar MultiWii software. Using this hardware with any DJI frames is not supported. This includes: FlameWheel 0, 50, 550, or any future or past frames released by DJI. Do not use this hardware for serious business, commercial aerial photography, or anything else where its usage could endanger the end user, spectators, inanimate objects, aircraft flying overhead, etc. While the flight controller firmware and configuration software is based on the MultiWii system, the processor is not Atmel AVR, and this hardware cannot be programmed through the Arduino development environment or any AVR development tools. For more information on STM development, see the following link: This hardware is provided as-is and end-user is expected to have reasonable
3 Mini FunFly Flight Controller Naze ( Hardware and Connection (Top) 6 ESC/Servo Headers Front direction Buzzer connector RC Input (CPPM/PWM) 8 M mounting hole 0.5mm spacing Status LEDs Power LED USB Port Battery Connector for Voltage Monitor Board is 6x6mm square, with mounting holes for M screws, spaced 0.5mm.  ESC / Servo Headers 6 motors or motors and up to servos can be connected here. The pins towards center of the board are signal pins. Following that is 5V, and then Ground/GND pins. WARNING Incorrect or reverse connection to these connectors will instantly destroy the hardware.  RC Input / Servo Output (CPPM / PWM) / GPS connector * With the connector facing out, the pins are used as follows. Unmarked pin (left-most top side) is ground, pin marked with dot is 5V, the rest are RC signal pins for CPPM (channel ) or channels through 8. Standard male to male servo cable can be used to connect a CPPM receiver, then individual connectors going to signal pins for any additional PWM channels. In CPPM input mode, Channels and can be used for.v GPS connection. (:TX, :RX), and Channels 5 to 8 can be used for motor outputs.  Buzzer 5V Buzzer, connect a header here, + and - are marked and should be followed.
4 Mini FunFly Flight Controller Naze ( Hardware and Connection (Bottom)  Battery Voltage Monitor Optionally connect + and - from battery pack here to be able to use in-flight battery voltage monitoring and alarm. Battery cell count is automatically detected, and cell warning voltage can be configured. For LiPo cells, up to 6S monitoring is supported. Buzzer will activate when voltage falls below configured per cell threshold.  Bootloader pads In case automatic firmware update fails or for upgrading from older firmware. Short pads together and connect power to the board. Firmware update tool can then be used to reflash.  Cortex Debug Connector 0 pin 0.05 debug connector connected to SWD port of STM. Pin is bottom left.  IC Connector SDA and SCL from the sensor IC bus are connected here. Used for debugging.  Telemetry / Bluetooth / XBee serial port RX and TX connectors from the USB Serial converter are available here. Can be used to connect Bluetooth / XBee / etc to allow changing settings without connecting USB. Cannot be used at same time with USB connection.
5 Mini FunFly Flight Controller Naze ( Motor Mixer Settings Images below show motor numbering and propeller rotation for various supported mixes. The number corresponds to the motor index (M to M8) from the diagrams below. Note, configurations with more than 6 motors require usage of CPPM receiver. In all cases, the front arrow on flight control board should point in same direction as red arrow in these illustrations. For Y and Y6 mixes, purple motors are top, and blue is bottom. In servo mode (Tricopter/Bicopter/Camera Stabilization), motor numbers change according to the diagrams below. When using CPPM receiver additional motor outputs are available for Hexa + Camera, or Octo configuration. S QuadCopter-X (default) QuadCopter-Plus TriCopter GND 5V Signal S S M M M M M M M M M5 M6 Signal M5 M6 M7 M8 NOTE: When using CPPM receiver only! 6 5 Servo Mode Standard Mode Y Hexa-X Hexa-Plus Y In Tri-Copter mode, tail tilt servo connects to S, and motors M..M as shown on the diagram above. When camera stabilization is enabled, gimbal pitch/roll servos connect to S/S, and motor connectors shift as well.
6 Mini FunFly Flight Controller Naze ( Camera Stabilization and Gimbal Mode Naze can be used as a standalone camera gimbal stabilization unit. By setting multirotor type to Standalone Gimbal Stabilization, servo outputs and can drive camera gimbal servos. Both analog (50Hz refresh) and digital (00Hz+ refresh) servos are supported. Servo gain (amount of servo travel for given angle of tilt) is configurable for both pitch and roll axis. In addition to standalone stabilization, camera outputs can also be enabled when used as a standard multirotor controller. In case of regular (PWM) receiver, this limits to Quad mixer. In case of CPPM receiver, up to Octo can be supported while still allowing for camera control. Channels AUX/AUX can be assigned to tilt/roll the camera mount in addition to stabilization. Servo Pitch Axis Servo Roll Axis S S M M M M Servo Mode GND 5V Signal If using high-current-draw servos for camera stabilization, consider powering them from a separate BEC. Only connect Signal and GND wire to the board, and 5V wire from servos to a separate power source.
7 Mini FunFly Flight Controller Naze ( Firmware Upgrade / MultiWiiConf To update firmware,. Download Flash Loader Demonstrator and latest baseflight firmware from Plug in USB or apply power.. Send R (no enter/line feed needed) over serial port at 500, 8n.. Run Flash Loader, choose USB port, click next until asked for firmware hex file. 5. Upload. 6. When finished, unplug/replug USB or reconnect power. If flash fails or sending R does not enter bootloader mode, extended method is used:. Temporarily short bootloader pads (5) on the bottom of the board.. Plug in USB or apply power.. Follow instruction steps -6 above. MultiWiiConf usage is standard, and all the basics are covered at MultiWii website, There are no special requirements for this board, and default settings are sufficient for stable flight.
8 Mini FunFly Flight Controller Naze ( Command Line Interface / configuration Command Line Interface (hereafter CLI) is used to configure most functions of the board. A terminal program (such as PuTTY or HyperTerminal) should be used. Download PuTTY from Connect to USB Serial port at 500 baud, 8bit, no parity, stop bit. These are default settings for most terminal programs. To enter CLI, type # into the terminal. A message will be printed, Entering CLI Mode, type 'exit' to return, or 'help' Command line is interactive, and most commands will print something in return. Available commands: help print out a list of all commands with short description of each defaults reset all settings to built in defaults, and reboot feature map enable, disable, or list enabled features (such as CPPM input, GPS, etc) configure RC channel mapping for CPPM and regular receiver mixer set or show current multirotor mixer (such as Quad/Hexa/etc) set set or list available parameters. Many settings are available. status print out system status (voltage, uptime, enabled sensors, etc) version print out firmware version and build date/time save/exit save settings and reboot WARNING Any changes to settings in cli, in particular related to motor output (throttle values, etc) are accepted REALTIME and may result in motors starting up without warning. Always configure with props disconnected or when model is only powered by USB. Common usage examples: To enable CPPM receiver, enable PPM feature: # feature ppm # save To disable battery voltage monitoring, disable VBAT feature: # feature -vbat # save To enable camera stabilization and change mixer to Quad-Plus: # mixer quadp # feature servo_tilt # save To configure CPPM receiver for EATR channel order and swap AUX/: # map EATR #save Settings are applied real-time, however not saved until save or exit command is executed.
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