F07807 I JMT 2.4G 9CH DIY RC PX4 GPS 5.8G FPV 680PRO Hexacopter Unassembled 6 Axle Kit ARF RC Drone MINI3D Pro Gimbal No Battery

F07807 I JMT 2.4G 9CH DIY RC PX4 GPS 5.8G FPV 680PRO Hexacopter Unassembled 6 Axle Kit ARF RC Drone MINI3D Pro Gimbal No Battery
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DIY RC Drone Quadrocopter Whole Set X4M360L Frame Kit with GPS APM 2.8 AT9 RX TX Battery Motor ESC ARF
Unassembled,buyer need to assemble by themselves.
 
 

Package include:

 

1xX4M360L frame
2x920KV CW Brushless Motor
2x920KV CCW Brushless Motor
4x30A Brushless ESC
2X8443 8.4*4.3" Carbon Fiber Propeller Self-locking Props 
1XMK KK Multi-Copter Power Battery to 8 ESC Connection Board 
1XAPM 2.8 Flight control
1x6M GPS with Compass
1x5pcs 10cm Servo Receiver Extension Lead Wire Cable
1xGPS Folding Antenna Mount Holder
12x3.5mm banana plug
1xDeans Style T Plug Male Connector Silicone Wire With 11.5CM 14awg
1xHook and & Loop Fastening Tape
1x
11.1V 3300Mah 25C lipo battery
 
 
 
 
 
 
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About the APM 2.8 Flight control,here is the user manual
 

Before you can configure your APM, 

you will need to first connect everything together.  

This guide will show you all the cables and parts that you will need to connect to your APM.

 

 

Typical Quadcopter Layout
Please note the illustration Below highlights a (TYPICAL) installation. It contains optional equipment including a Camera Gimbal and a Battery Monitor and it utilizes an ESC wired "Y" power connection rather than the power distribution board common to many MultiCopters.

 

1. Connecting your motors and RC gear

 

Overview of connections on the Ardupilot Mega v2 board
Note: the instructions below are for regular RC receivers with PWM output (one cable per channel). If you\'re using a "PPM" receiver (one cable carries all channels), follow the instructions .

Before you can configure your Arducopter, you will need to first connect everything together.  This is quite easy.  You need to connect your RC receiver to the Input side of the board.  You can use the cables included with your Arducopter Kit, or if you are using another frame, you can use jumper cables, or female to female servo cables 
Connections between RC receiver and Ardupilot Mega v2 board

 

 

 

If you are using female to female servo cables,  the ground (black) side of each connector must be on the outside for the board, the signal (white/orange) needs to be on the inside as shown below. 
Connecting with straight connectors
Connecting with right angle connectors

If you are using a multi-pin connector that was included with your Arducopter Kit, connect them as shown below 

 

 

Input Side for RC reciever
Output side to PDB

 

 

 

Please note, that your ESC, connectors should be plugged in the the output side, it is suggested that you only use power from one of your ESC\'s.  This can be dune by cutting the red wire on all but one of the ESC\'s, or by using a special adaptor. 

2. Connecting ArduCopter motors

 

 

Once again if you are using an Arducopter Kit, with the PDB, then you dont need to worry about this if you soldered everything correctly as the motors are assigned to the correct pins with the cables you plugged connected in the previous step.  However you will neet to make sure your motors are spinning in the correct direction.  The images below show the possible arducopter configurations with correct motor orientation 
Quick Tip: If your motor is not spinning in the correct direction, simply switch the position of any two of the ESC-motor wires.

 

 

Arducopter Quad

 

Arducopter Tri

 

Arducopter Hexa, Octa, and Y6

 

Arducopter OCTA QUAD (X8) 

 

Connecting a Roll-Tilt Camera mount 

 

3. Connecting Optional Sensors

 

Sonar - Ultrasonic Rangefinder 

AC2 supports the MaxSonar line of sonars for low level altitude hold and in the future collision avoidance. Below 10 meters sonar is primarily used for altitude hold. Above 10 meters, the barometric sensor is used. GPS is not required for altitude hold.   

Connect your Ultrasonic Sensor to the A0 port of your Ardupilot Mega v2 board
The sonar sensors are quite sensitive to noise, adding something like a  ferrite choke  to your cable could help.  The most important is to mount your sonar away from other electronics like ESC, or wireless telemetry modules.

Possible Causes of sonar Interferance
  • Electrical noise caused by ESCs, Servos, or switching BEC\'s on the same circuit as the Sonar
  • EMF radiation from motors, motor wires, ESC\'s or Xbee.
  • Acoustic noise from propellers
  • Vibration from motors, props, etc.

Optical Flow Sensor 

The optical flow sensor is used to improve the position hold accuracy of your arducopter.  This sensor is supported from Arducopter 2.6 and above. 

Connecting the optical flow sensor to APMv2
  • Power, GND, NCS pins should be attached to A3
  • MISO, MOSI and SCLK pins should be directly soldered to the pins shown above
  • Default mounting is lens pointing down, pins forward
Its a good idea to secure the wires with some cable ties so they dont break off over time
How to connect the optical flow sensor to your ardupilot mega board. Make sure the pins are facing forward
Now that everything has been connected everything the next thing to do is configure arducopter firmware for your frame. 
If you have any questions or comments please add them below