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Old Jul 10, 2012, 12:41 AM
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Navi-Ctrl V2.0 + MK GPS V2.1 + GPS-Shield 1.1

Selling my almost new Navigation system.
Only have flown 3 times each.
I can sell the whole or one by one.

I'm asking €170,00 or 209,00$ for Navi-Ctrl V2.0;
I'm asking €68,00 or 84,00$ for MK GPS V2.1;
I'm asking €13,00 or 16,00$ for GPS-Shield 1.1.


Description:
Navi-Ctrl 2.0
The NaviCtrl kit is tested and programmed.
This is a Navi-Ctrl kit with ARM9 microcontroller, micro-SD card socket and integrated compass (you don`t need an MK3Mag for this Navi) .
In combination with a MKGPS, MikroKopter can navigate via GPS (e.g. waypoint navigation, position hold, coming home,...)
The board is already SMD preassembled.
Scope of delivery
-1 NaviCtrl (SMD-preassembled)
-Other components: ribbon cable, crimp connectors for male connector (10pin, 6pin)

MK GPS V2.1
This is an MKGPS receiver with u-blox LEA6S GPS module and a passive antenna.
Alternatively, the module can also be operated with an active GPS antenna.
In connection with a NaviCtrl V2.x the MikroKopter can self-navigate
Preassembled; there are only a few through hole components for self-assembling
The board is tested and pre-programmed for use with the NaviCtrl board.
Scope of delivery
1x board (SMD-preassembled)
1x passive GPS antenna
1x cable with connector (5pin)

GPS-Shield 1.1
This cover made out of PCB-material is attached directly to the MKGPS board.
The side panels are easily connected using solder.
This is also the ground plane for the GPS antenna. This increases the GPS reception. The signal to noise ratio for the rest of the electronics in MikroKopter is increased.
Technical Data
PCB-Material: 1 layer, 0.5 mm thick
Soldermask on both sides Black
Weight: about 10g

I will put some more photos latter
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