|Mar 31, 2012, 07:22 AM|
MiniWii NanoQuad V2
Some of you might have seen the NanoQuad v1 in the MiniWii thread.
I never did the build log I intended, I also never did more than one vid:
I got it flying a bit better since then, but not much, the MiniWii and the SuperMicro ESC's doesn't play well together in a single cell setup, even if they did I still want more power.
Enter 2 cell NanoQuad.
Frame - G10 2mm
Small screws - HK-250GT screw pack
Nylon screws - M3 x 16mm
Rubber grommets - 3mm ID
Controller - MiniWii
Motors - AP03 4000kv
Props - GWS style 3x2
ESC's - Aeolian XP-7A
RX - Deltang RX32 or Spektrum satellite
Battery - 350mAh 2S 35C
Targeted AUW - around 65gr.
Targeted thrust - more than 200gr.
More to come.
|Mar 31, 2012, 07:23 AM|
Preparing the parts.
|Mar 31, 2012, 07:24 AM|
I'd like the Nano to look clean, so I'll be hiding as much stuff as I can under the FC.
I managed to mess up the RX part as I tried to get PPM stream from ch1 when in fact it's from ch3, easy fixed though.
Note to myself: Read the manual dumbass!
ESC's mounted and wired, I decided to use magnet wire instead of the stock bulky stuff, I initially planned to mount the ESC's under the arms to obscure the frame as little as possible, but since the ESC's are the same nice red color as the MiniWii I decided to try them on top, comments?
Now comes the part where I usually let the magic smoke out - The first power up!
A quick runthrough with the multimeter showed all in order.
Power - Check, success, no smoke!
RX - Check.
Bluetooth - Check.
Next up: Motors.
|Mar 31, 2012, 07:26 AM|
First outside flight, other than that nothing new, not enough hours in a day so no time for play.
This is rate mode only, flies fantastic, rock solid and heaps of power, still flies like crap in level mode though, I need to mess with the low pass filter etc.
Here's my buddy giving it a careful spin in the open, it's a squirrely little bugger.
|Mar 31, 2012, 07:38 AM|
|Mar 31, 2012, 07:43 AM|
Joined Dec 2010
Well, the processor runs at 3.3V and so do all the sensors, I just powered it off a 3.3V source and it still runs, even dropping below 3V seems to be OK, so yeah, I'd say it's safe for 1S. CopterControl is known to run off 1S, and this is same STM32 CPU.
|Apr 01, 2012, 02:38 PM|
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