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Crius AIOP v2 From RcTimer

Started by Gaza07, Tuesday,January 15, 2013, 09:18:30

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Gaza07

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Hardware Features:
•Supported MegaPirateNG /ArduCopterNG/ArduPlaneNG/MultiWii/AeroQuad firmware
•8-axis motor output
•8 input channels for standard receiver and PPM SUM input channel
•3 servos output for gimbal system
•4 serial ports for debug/Bluetooth/OSD/GPS/telemetry module
•8 Analog port for Airspeed Sensor/Current & Voltage Sensor/LED controller
•D32~37 & PG1~PG5 pads
•I2C 5V port for external device
•Onboard 16Mbit Dataflash chip for automatic datalogging
•ATMega 2560-16AU Microcontroller
•MPU6050 6 axis gyro/accel with Motion Processing Unit
•HMC5883L 3-axis digital magnetometer
•MS5611-01BA03 highprecision altimeter
•FT232RQ USB-UART chip and Micro USB receptacle
•On board logic level converter
•Match the standard of RoHS

Input power selection
•One of the following way
  - Connect 5V power cable from ESC or UBEC to the ESC/Servo port, the J1 jumper must be closed.
  - Connect 5V power cable to the external power port, the J1 jumper must be removed.

Other
•Dimension: 50mmX50mm
•Height: 11.6mm
•Weight: 14.5g
•Fixing hole spacing: 45mm
•Hole diameter: 3.1mm

Package content:
•AIOP FC x 1
•3Pin to 1Pinx3 cable 100mm x 3
•3Pin to 3Pin cable 100mm x 1
•Molex 1.25mm 4Pin cable 100mm x1
•Molex 1.25mm 6Pin cable 100mm x2
•Molex 1.25mm 8Pin cable 100mm x1


This has to be the board to have for people wanting to use multi wii or megapirate it will work very well with both firmwares, the data flash is only usable currently with megapirate  ~~

Jumpy07

Have one on order and will be updating the Crius MPNG guide as soon as it arrives..
There are some subtle hardware differences.. ports are in a different place.. extra Analogue ports.. etc 
BNUC-S Pilot with PfCo /PFAW.
UAQ / CAA PfCo Instructor / Flight Assessor

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing"

Gaza07


Jumpy07

Look what the postie just brought...
BNUC-S Pilot with PfCo /PFAW.
UAQ / CAA PfCo Instructor / Flight Assessor

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing"

willumpie82

I';m also looking forward to your review,

I would realy like the dataflash as flightrecorder,
I think it would be possible to add a dataflash (atmel 45db161) to a V1.

My analisys on the board (from your picture): (sorry can get a bit techy ;) )
dataflash is shared to the ICP-port and resistors are used to scale the voltage from 5 to ~3.3v (10K - 4k7)
on the ATMEGA it is connected from PB0-PB3 (!CS, SCK, MOSI, MISO)

because it is all on the header, one would be possible to easly hack this on a V1 :P we only need 3v3, the ftdi chip creates it but only when usb is connected, is there another ldo on the board?

some mods to mpng should be done to incorporate these v2 features, not that hard i gues
Talon V2 quad X
crius AIO pro v1 (latest mpng)
cruis GPS v2, chinese elcheapo sonar, custom led works
4x plush 18 with BLheli 0.9
4x sk3 1130kv + 8x45
turnigy er9x with frsky telemitry enabled, backlight and lipo mods

JAB1a

I have just been drooling over this board on that site, this V2 is a great bit of kit from the looks of it.

So what kind of data can the datalogger record? can you set it to record any data i.e Baro readout, acc max values, gps readings with time stamp etc?

I was looking at getting another Rabbit with the hi-precion baro but this seems to have it already and about £30 cheaper.

Look forward to your review jumpy  ~~

Gaza07

As far as I know at the moment there is only the megapirate firmware that makes use of the logging but who knows what will come of it  ~~

QuadBod

Any idea what the odd servo cables are supposed to be for?

Gaza07

To connect the board to the Rx  ~~

Quote from: QuadGod on Wednesday,January 16, 2013, 00:12:47
Any idea what the odd servo cables are supposed to be for?

Iberian

Just realizing that things change at the speed of light in this world of multirotors, specially during the last few months. I bought a Crius AIOP V1.1 a month ago (still in the box) and now there is the V2... :banghead: What are the main diffrerences between these two versions?

willumpie82

it';s basicly the same thing.

main difference is from v1
- improved USB connector strength (they say)
- better baro (with metal cap instead of plastic)
- dataflash (for data logger)
- additional available pins for us tweakers :P
- ...
Talon V2 quad X
crius AIO pro v1 (latest mpng)
cruis GPS v2, chinese elcheapo sonar, custom led works
4x plush 18 with BLheli 0.9
4x sk3 1130kv + 8x45
turnigy er9x with frsky telemitry enabled, backlight and lipo mods

QuadBod

Quote from: Gaza07 on Wednesday,January 16, 2013, 05:53:00
To connect the board to the Rx  ~~

I was referring to the fact that they have a 3-pin servo connector on one end, and three 3-pin connectors on the other, each with only one pin connected to one of the three wires. Not three 1-pin connectors, three 3-pin connectors. Like I said - odd.

QuadBod

Quote from: QuadGod on Wednesday,January 16, 2013, 19:34:07
Sorry Gaza, didnt know you had one, or I would have asked you as well as Jumpy  :tongue: They have a 3-pin servo connector on one end, and three 3-pin connectors on the other, each with only one pin connected to one of the three wires. Not three 1-pin connectors, three 3-pin connectors. Like I said - odd.

Gaza07

Ok no worries right the end with the single plug and 3 wires plugs into the AIOP across say aileron elevator and rudder, then the other end with the 3 plugs go in the the respective channels on the rx it keeps the amount of wires to a minimum, you only need 1 live and ground from the AIOP to the rx,
so  normal 3 way servo lead would go across throttle +5 Gnd  ~~

QuadBod

Ah, got it, thanks Gaza. I';m using CPPM anyway, but that makes perfect sense. I guess I expected to see single pin connectors to shave of another free tenths of a gram  :smiley:

I haven';t installed mine yet, but bench tests look promising.

peter_a


Gaza07

Taken from the Rctimer list of board features  <·User-defined pads D32~37 & PG1~PG5>  ~~
It means they can be used for variuos things if setup in the code I think 32 has been used for a buzzer  ~~

peter_a

I know what the user-defined pads D32~37 are for , just seeing if anyone knows what the PG1~PG5 is for.

I`ve found that on the Arduino Mega PG1 ~ PG5 doesn`t even get off the chips  , there are the address latching pin etc , for adding extra sram into it`s address space ?.