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case for Crius CN-06 GPS

Started by 2.4g shaun, Monday,February 04, 2013, 21:51:36

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2.4g shaun

Hi,
Does anyone know if there is a suitable case available for the Crius CN-06  V2 GPS.... something similar to the Naza enclosure would be great.

Cheers

Shaun


teslahed

I might just put mine inside transparent heatshrink to keep the worst of the elements off. I';ve not seen a case for one.
One circlip short of a quadcopter.
 1 lobe short of an antenna.

Gaza07

There is a case and stand made for this gps I saw it the other day but cant remember where now  :rolleyes:
I will post a link if i find it again  ~~

2.4g shaun

Cheers Gaz,
that would be appreciated,
Shaun

Ross

Tuesday,February 05, 2013, 08:45:47 #4 Last Edit: Tuesday,February 05, 2013, 08:58:09 by Ross
Check it here.....may be of use.  Possibly a bit expensive tho';
http://madlabindustries.com/products/flight-controller-cases/gps-antenna-cases/

This should be of use to Newbies as well.
http://oh2fxd.wordpress.com/tag/drone/

The first address has been amended to take you directly to the cases available.
Let's be careful out there.
SAFETY is.. NO accident.

Gaza07

Heres one that can be 3d printed  ~~ http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:38318
but its not the one I saw still trying to find that  :rolleyes:

QuadBod

I can';t decide which of those is more ugly!  :sick:

:laugh:

2.4g shaun

Saturday,February 23, 2013, 16:49:47 #7 Last Edit: Saturday,February 23, 2013, 22:25:46 by 2.4g shaun
I';ve sorted a low cost solution for housing the  Crius GPS module....

First go to Maplins , ( shop or Web) and buy a mini ABS box, 50 x35x17mm product code SC78.This will cost you the fantastic sum of £2.79.  ::)

Note, they also do a black box, but I personally wouldn';t buy this.. there has been some debate that some black plastics contain carbon and that obviously wouldn';t be good for the pathetically weak  satellite signals beaming earthwards .

Next ,  re tap the 2 threaded holes to accept a 3mm screw. The screws need to be  Nylon. Although this may be unnecessary, I did it just to remove the steel screws from around the GPS antenna.

Drill the hole in the base-plate as shown. If you elongate the hole, you can get away with a smaller diameter hole to get the connecting plug through. Also it wouldn';t be a good idea to seal the box as moisture could get trapped inside.

Locate the GPS module as shown, with a small amount of double sided tape onto the chip to locate it on the base plate. I use, thin black, number plate tape from Automotive stores.. Sticks like the proverbial to a blanket. Don';t forget to bring out the connecting lead first

Fasten case together with the 3mm Nylon screws, Job done.

The mounting rod I used came from Gadget Extreme  on eBay.
Again phenomenally expensive at £3.91 inc postage :laugh:

http://www.eBay.co.uk/itm/DJI-GPS-Mounting-seat-MultiCopter-GPS-Fast-Installation-Mount-ge-/281014555412?pt=UK_ToysGames_RadioControlled_JN&hash=item416dc5d314.

They also do a  low cost folding mount, but are currently out of stock.

Don';t forget to degrease the Ali mounting plate and  ABS case  before using the sticky pad.. If your GPS falls off in flight, it will really mess up your way points and shock horror even worse, if you can';t fly it with out head lock, RTH, Auto Landing, you will be royally screwed  and wished you had done it right and or learned to fly old school without all this fancy tech.    :laugh: :laugh:

Cheers

Shaun

Gaza07

Thanks for that Shaun I never managed to find the actual case i saw that time but your solution is very good  :bravo:


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cgcrute

ZMR250
Naze32
Micro Titan Motors
SN02a ESCs
Mobius
Runcam Sky (with servo adjustable tilt)

Cheerson CX-10 ;-)

Taranis Transmitter

cgcrute

Turns out that is too small for the CN-06 it only fits the Neo-6M.

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ZMR250
Naze32
Micro Titan Motors
SN02a ESCs
Mobius
Runcam Sky (with servo adjustable tilt)

Cheerson CX-10 ;-)

Taranis Transmitter