Acro Naze 32

Acro Naze 32
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Now shipping Rev 6C as of April 29, 2016.  These have working satellite connections and do not put USB power to the receiver or motor output pins.

Oct 17 HARDWARE REVISON 6 RELEASED (compatible with Cleanflight 1.11 forward)
Shipping revision 6B from Dec 8, 2015 - April 27, 2016

Changes

  • USB moved to right side
  • PPM/PWM input as through-hole
  • 3.3V, I2C on standard-size headers
  • SBUS Inverter for direct FrSKY SBUS input
  • Spectrum satellite input
  • upgrade to MPU6500 (gyro, accelerometer)
  • Sonar pads w/resistors added for direct connection to 5V sonar
  • All extra pads (FT, GP, A5) on top, only sonar on bottom
  • added BMP280 barometer
  • Fully pinout compatible with rev5 accessories (OSDoge etc)
  • 16mbit flash memory (can use Blackbox)
Mini Flight Controller 「なぜ」 (pronounced "Naze").
  • STM32F103CBT6 32-bit ARM Cortex M3 processor (72MHz, 3.3V)
  • Built-in Micro-USB for programming/firmware update
  • 36x36mm size, ~5 gram weight w/o headers
  • Made in JAPAN
These come with all needed headers, NOT soldered to the board. RC input breakout cable is optional, to allow connecting to 4channel+ receiver.
Every flight controller sold by Rotorgeeks is individually flashed and tested prior to shipping. 
 
Drivers http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/Pages/USBtoUARTBridgeVCPDrivers.aspx

Download User's Manual.
List of Command Line Interface Variables

Revision history
Nov 3 - Dec 7 boards were Rev 6A (orange in color). These are slightly different than the 1st release of Rev 6 - satellite binding still doesn't work.  Motor output and receiver pins will not be powered by USB (making ESC calibration as easy as it was in Rev 5).  So it's back to needing the flight battery to power the receiver in setup.

Oct 2 - Nov 3 boards were the original Rev6 hardware which shared the 5v power from the USB connection and allowed the ESCs to power up as soon as USB is connected.  Please be very careful as this can lead to a motor spinning at full speed when the flight battery is connected if you use the old method of calibration.  The following workaround will allow you to calibrate ESCs properly and safely.  Please note that the flight battery is never connected during this procedure.

  1. disconnect all ESCs from the flight control board
  2. props off, flight control board plugged into computer, configurator open, flight battery not connected
  3. on the configuration tab, set minimum command to 1050 and save
  4. go to motors tab, check motor test mode box at bottom, raise master slider to full
  5. plug just one ESC into any of the motor outputs 1-4, wait a few seconds for ESC beeps to finish
  6. uncheck motor test mode box - values should drop back down to 1050
  7. wait a few seconds for beeps to finish, unplug ESC from control board
  8. repeat steps 4-7 for the remaining ESCs
  9. on the configuration tab, set minimum command back to 1000 and save.


If you have Rotorgeeks programmable ESCs you can also set the range via the USB programmer. For the default control board settings of mincommand 1000 / minimum throttle 1150 / maximum throttle 1850 we recommend setting the PPM minimum to 1148 and maximum to 1848 in BLHelisuite.

Attention Spektrum satellite users - satellite binding is not currently working with Rev 6 hardware - you must bind your satellite with separately with a receiver before connecting to the Naze board
Instruction on how to bind the satellite directly from the flight control board,   For great value and proven range, check out the Lemon Rx Spektrum compatible satellites.

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