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  1. ArduPilot - Arduino Compatible UAV Controller w/ ATMega328

    ArduPilot - Arduino Compatible UAV Controller w/ ATMega328

    (115.22) SAR
    $30.66

    Out of stock

    This is a Arduino-compatible autopilot board designed by Chris Anderson and Jordi Muñoz of DIY Drones using the new ATMega328. This board was used to win the annual autonomous vehicle competition put on by SparkFun. Learn More
  2. Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter Kit 10-DOF with Crazyradio (BC-CFK-02-A)

    Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter Kit 10-DOF with Crazyradio (BC-CFK-02-A)

    (1352.59) SAR
    $359.97

    Out of stock

    Ever wanted a development kit that flies? Well now you can! The Crazyflie is an open source nano quadcopter kit designed for flexible development and hacking. It's among the smallest in the world, weighing only 19 grams and measuring 9 cm motor to motor. 
     
     
     
     
    The development platform is open source so schematics and firmware/host source code is available at the Bitcraze website as well as a Wiki with design information and details on how to set up the development environment and get started. It’s designed with development in mind and has an expansion header that enables developers to expand the platform as well as good software development support. Due to it’s small size it’s perfect for developing new software and can easily be flown inside. It can lift a payload of up to 5 - 10 g.
     
    This is the 10 DOF version of Crazyflie that integrate extra sensors for altitude and heading measurement. There is yet no firmware support for these sensors but they have the potential to enable heading and altitude control. If you want to develop a new algorithm or if you want to be able to use some advanced algorithm that might be created for these sensor you should definitely consider the 10-DOF version.
     
    A 2.4 GHz radio chip from Nordic Semiconductors is used for receiving commands and sending telemetry data back to the host computer. The communication with the host is made possible by using the Crazyradio 2.4 GHz USB radio dongle. The Crazyradio can be connected to a PC (with support for Windows and Linux) but also to other hosts that support USB Host or OTG like Android phones.
     
    The Crazyflie Quadcopter is shipped pre-programmed and can easily be wirelessly updated via a radio bootloader from a host PC, so no JTAG is required for reprogramming. For advanced development and debugging there’s also an accessible JTAG interface.
     
    This kit requires soldering skills and is not for beginners. It is not a toy and should be handled with care.

    Crazyflie features
    • Small and lightweight, around 19g and about 90mm motor to motor
    • Flight time up to 7 minutes with standard 170mAh Li-Po battery
    • Standard micro-USB connector for charging which takes ~20min for the stock 170mAh Li-Po battery
    • On-board low-energy radio@1mW based on the nRF24L01+ chip. Up to 80m range (environment dependent) when using the Crazyradio USB dongle
    • Radio bootloader which enabled wireless update of the firmware 
    • Powerful 32 bit MCU: STM32F103CB @ 72 MHz (128kb flash, 20kb RAM)
    • 3-axis high-performance MEMs gyros with 3-axis accelerometer: Invensense MPU-6050
    • 3-axis magnetometer HMC5883L (compass)
    • High precision altimeter MS5611-01BA03
    • Expansion header 2×10 pins 1.27mm (0.05”) pitch including power, I2C/UART, SPI/ADC. Header also contains ARM Cortex 10-pin JTAG (header not included)
    • 4-layer low noise PCB design with separate voltage regulators for digital and analog supply
    Crazyradio features
    • 2.4GHz radio communication
    • 0dBm output power (1mW)
    • 125 radio channels
    • 2Mbps, 1Mbps and 250Kps communication data-rate
    • Sends and receives data packets of up to 32 bytes
    • Automatically handles addresses and packet ACK
    • Hardware support for PPM input (no software support yet)
    • Can be powered with up to 16V via header
    • Tested up to ~80m range at 250Kbps
    Kit includes
    • 1 x Crazyflie control board
    • 1 x Crazyradio
    • 1 x Antenna 2 DBi
    • 5 x Motor mounts
    • 5 x Coreless DC motors
    • 5 x CW propeller
    • 5 x CCW propeller
    • 1 x LiPo battery
    What is not included but needed for flying 
    • A standard micro-USB cable for charging
    • A PS3 compatible joystick
    • A PC
    Needed for assembly
    • A soldering iron
    • Solder
    • Glue (preferably hot glue)
    • Tweezer
    Resources
    Disclaimer
    Each part of the Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter Kit is tested before it leaves the factory, but please keep in mind that kit is still experimental, unproven hardware. This hardware is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
     
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  3. Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter Kit 6-DOF with Crazyradio (BC-CFK-01-A)

    Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter Kit 6-DOF with Crazyradio (BC-CFK-01-A)

    (1152.2) SAR
    $306.64

    Out of stock

    Ever wanted a development kit that flies? Well now you can! The Crazyflie is an open source nano quadcopter kit designed for flexible development and hacking. It's among the smallest in the world, weighing only 19 grams and measuring 9 cm motor to motor.
     
     
     
    The development platform is open source so schematics and firmware/host source code is available at the Bitcraze website as well as a Wiki with design information and details on how to set up the development environment and get started. It’s designed with development in mind and has an expansion header that enables developers to expand the platform as well as good software development support. Due to it’s small size it’s perfect for developing new software and can easily be flown inside. It can lift a payload of up to 5 - 10 g.
     
    This is the 6-DOF version utilizing a 3-axis accelerometer and a 3-axis gyro and thus capable of auto-leveling.
     
    A 2.4 GHz radio chip from Nordic Semiconductors is used for receiving commands and sending telemetry data back to the host computer. The communication with the host is made possible by using the Crazyradio 2.4 GHz USB radio dongle. The Crazyradio can be connected to a PC (with support for Windows and Linux) but also to other hosts that support USB Host or OTG like Android phones.
     
    The Crazyflie Quadcopter is shipped pre-programmed and can easily be wirelessly updated via a radio bootloader from a host PC, so no JTAG is required for reprogramming. For advanced development and debugging there’s also an accessible JTAG interface.
     
    This kit requires soldering skills and is not for beginners. It is not a toy and should be handled with care.
    Crazyflie features

        Small and lightweight, around 19g and about 90mm motor to motor
        Flight time up to 7 minutes with standard 170mAh Li-Po battery
        Standard micro-USB connector for charging which takes ~20min for the stock 170mAh Li-Po battery
        On-board low-energy radio@1mW based on the nRF24L01+ chip. Up to 80m range (environment dependent) when using the Crazyradio USB dongle
        Radio bootloader which enabled wireless update of the firmware
        Powerful 32 bit MCU: STM32F103CB @ 72 MHz (128kb flash, 20kb RAM)
        3-axis high-performance MEMs gyros with 3-axis accelerometer: Invensense MPU-6050
        Available footprints to manually solder magnetometer HMC5883L/HMC5983 or/and barometer MS5611 (sensors not included)
        Expansion header 2×10 pins 1.27mm (0.05”) pitch including power, I2C/UART, SPI/ADC. Header also contains ARM Cortex 10-pin JTAG (header not included)
        4-layer low noise PCB design with separate voltage regulators for digital and analog supply

     
    Crazyradio features

        2.4GHz radio communication
        0dBm output power (1mW)
        125 radio channels
        2Mbps, 1Mbps and 250Kps communication data-rate
        Sends and receives data packets of up to 32 bytes
        Automatically handles addresses and packet ACK
        Hardware support for PPM input (no software support yet)
        Can be powered with up to 16V via header
        Tested up to ~80m range at 250Kbps

    Kit includes

        1 x Crazyflie control board
        1 x Crazyradio
        1 x Antenna 2 DBi
        5 x Motor mounts
        5 x Coreless DC motors
        5 x CW propeller
        5 x CCW propeller
        1 x LiPo battery

    What is not included but needed for flying

        A standard micro-USB cable for charging
        A PS3 compatible joystick
        A PC

    Needed for assembly

        A soldering iron
        Solder
        Glue (preferably hot glue)
        Tweezer

    Resources

        Assembly instructions
        Crazyflie Wiki
        Crazyradio Wiki
        Forum

    Disclaimer
    Each part of the Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter Kit is tested before it leaves the factory, but please keep in mind that kit is still experimental, unproven hardware. This hardware is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
     

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  4. Lithium Ion polymer Battery - 1A

    Lithium Ion polymer Battery - 1A

    (75.14) SAR
    $20.00

    Out of stock

    This is a light weight, high energy density Lithium Ion polymer battery. It outputs a nominal 3.7v at 1000mAh, comes terminated with a standard 2-pin JST connector- 2.0 mm spacing between pins.

     
    Features
    • Excellent long-term self-discharge rates 
    • Dimensions: 50x35x5mm
    • Weight: 20g 

    Please do not attempt to charge these with anything but a specialized Lithium Polymer charger.
     
    Battery includes built-in protection against over voltage, over current, and minimum voltage.
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  5. Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter - Spare battery (BC-BL-01-A)

    Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter - Spare battery (BC-BL-01-A)

    (50.1) SAR
    $13.33

    Out of stock

    Spare Li-Po rechargeable battery for the Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter.
     
    It is a small high performance battery with high safety features. It is qualified by national standard, ensuring no fire or explosion danger even when over-charged, shorted or dropped.
     
    Specification
    • Capacity: 170 mAh
    • Nominal voltage: 3.7 V (1 Cell)
    • Discharge: 25C continuous / 50C bursts
    • Charge: 3C
    • Dimensions: 6.7x17x23 mm
    • Weight: 5 g
    • Operating Temperature:  0 ~50°C (Charging) / -20~60°C (Discharging)
    • Connector: JST-ZHR-2P (Pin 1 positive)
    Cautions
    1. Using the battery under direct sunlight may cause overheating, which could result in invalidation or fire.
    2. Battery should be charged with proper charger, in compliance with correct operation instructions.
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  6. Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter - 4 x CW+CCW spare propellers (BC-CWP-01-A and BC-CCWP-01-A)

    Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter - 4 x CW+CCW spare propellers (BC-CWP-01-A and BC-CCWP-01-A)

    (50.1) SAR
    $13.33

    Out of stock

    Spare counter rotating propellers for the Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter.
     
    Specification
    • Size: 45 mm
    • Fits shaft: 0.8 mm
    Pack list
    • 4 x CW propeller
    • 4 x CCW propeller
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  7. Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter - 6x15 mm spare motor (BC-CM-01-A)

    Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter - 6x15 mm spare motor (BC-CM-01-A)

    (30.06) SAR
    $8.00

    Spare 6x15 mm DC coreless motor for the Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter.
     
    Specification
    • Diameter: 6 mm 
    • Length: 15 mm
    • Shaft length: 3.5 mm
    • Shaft diameter: 0.8 mm
    • Weight: 1.7 g
    • Kv: 12000 rpm/V
    • Rated voltage: 4.2 V
    • Rated current: 810 mA
    • Wire length: 67 mm
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  8. DIYDrones ArduIMU+ V3

    DIYDrones ArduIMU+ V3

    (360.69) SAR
    $95.99

    Out of stock

    The ArduIMU+ V3 is the latest and greatest version of DIYDrones' smart IMU. This time they've made it smaller and faster by incorporating the new Invensense MPU-6000 3-axis gyro and accelerometer as well the 3-axis I2C magnetometer HMC-5883L. With the GPS Learn More
  9. ArduPilot Mega IMU Shield/OilPan Rev-H V1.0 (No pin headers)

    ArduPilot Mega IMU Shield/OilPan Rev-H V1.0 (No pin headers)

    (390.74) SAR
    $103.99

    This board from DIYDrones features a large array of sensors needed for UAV and Robotics applications, including three axis angular rotation and accelerations sensors, absolute pressure and temperature sensor, 16MBits data logger chip and more! It's design Learn More
  10. ArduPilot Mega - Arduino Mega compatible UAV Controller

    ArduPilot Mega - Arduino Mega compatible UAV Controller

    (270.52) SAR
    $71.99

    Out of stock

    The ArduPilot Mega is the newest version of autopilot board designed by Chris Anderson and Jordi Muñoz of DIY Drones. This latest revision uses the ATmega2560 in place of the ATmega1280. Learn More

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