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[How to] CJMCU-MEGA 2560, sensors and Multiwii: pinout and rx wiring

[How to] CJMCU-MEGA 2560: pinout and rx wiring Rx Receiver pinout is quiet easy as all usable pin for receiver are labeled! As you can see from the following image, you have AUX1, AUX2, AUX3, AUX4 and Buzzer. These are the pins on the opposite side of the FTDI port. (Visited 2,727 times, 3 visits today)

CJMCU-MEGA 2560 front side

[How to] CJMCU-MEGA 2560, sensors and Multiwii: The Complete Guide

The Complete Guide to run the Multiwii software on the CJMCU-MEGA 2560 with custom sensors. A.k.a.  Arduino Mega 2560 ATmega2560-16AU This board is nothing else than an Arduino Mega 2560 with a reviewed layout, in order to be mount friendly and to have a reduced size. This is very similar to the CRIUS AIO which, as its own name suggests, has a 9DOF sensors onboard, Read More →

BMP-085 Mounted on a Multiwii Mini flight controller Quad

Mini flight controller AEORC v0.1 – How To add a Barometer BMP085

This post is part of a complete guide to this the Mini flight controller AEORC. So i wanted to upgrade my Multiwii Quad, since i have some spare bosh bmp085 (digital barometric pressure sensor) to test and the I2C port is completelly free on my Multiwii Board, i will add this barometer i2c imu. This baro is already soldered on an IMU, so no need to Read More →


Quadcopter how to reduce vibrations:prop spinners VS prop savers

This is how i achieve a little more stability reducing vibrations coming from motors using prop savers. First of all: I’m using old, not-so-balanced and not to smooth motors: Wich better test field for this very purpose? an exasperatelly unstable test platform can actually demonstrate if I’m right much better than a already stable platform where, probably, our improvement would be less perceptible that on Read More →

Mini flight controller AEORC v0.1 – How To connect motors and receiver

How to connect motors, servos  and rc receiver to Multiwii Mini Flight Controller w/FTDI Interface This post makes part of a complete guide to this flight controller. Unfortunately this products is no longer present in the hobbyking catalogue, but there is another good version which i would suggest in place of this one: MultiWii Lite V1.0 Flight Controller w/FTDI or, if you want to have Read More →


Flying with two cameras: 2$ gimbal testing + video feed + dvrecorder.

Hello! I just made a 2$ gimbal for my Multiwii aerial video platform in a word:my quadcopter. This gimbal is quiet easy to be built but, as you will see in the youtube movie i published below, it is not as good as i expected to be. Anyway this case i used th elive video feed camera from the aerial platform to test the gimbal, Read More →

Multiwii Mini Flight Controller w/FTDI Interface – Features & Specs

Archived product Details The MultiWii is a gyro/accelerometer based flight controller that is loaded with features. This version of the MultiWii features the ITG-3205 3 axis Mems Gyro, Bosch BMA180 3 axis accelerometer and the ATmega  328P-AU MCU. It also has both an AVRISP header and FTDI Usb interface – covering the best of both worlds.  A great small form flight controller with expandability options Read More →

CP210x USB to UART Bridge

You are searching for the correct driver for this adapter? You should look this article: Multiwii Mini Flight Controller FTDI / USB Adapter on Mac Os X and Windows This one makes part of a complete guide to this multiwii MWC mini flight controller with FTDI usb very good flight controller compared to price   (Visited 806 times, 1 visits today)

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L3G4200D Caracteristics, features, circuit schematics and datasheet

I decided to dedicate a POST to the L3G4200D gyro. This popular and low cost sensor is present on a number of multirotors IMU out there. In my case i’ve found this sensor on both models of wich is defined as GY-80 also known as “10DOF 9-axis“, a value for price imu, easy enough except for the pullup resistor needed by this imu in order Read More →

[How to]New 10DOF 9-axis Attitude Indicator L3G4200D ADXL345 HMC5883L BMP085 Module

UPDATED! for pullups resistors correct values! This post is just an update for linking my previous post about 10DOF 9-axis Attitude Indicator L3G4200D ADXL345 HMC5883L BMP085 because this is another name under wich is known.     As you may already know this is an ‘easy to install’ IMU (compared with price) and it could require the addition of two pullup resistors in order to Read More →