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Question regarding auxiliary pins on Crius board

Started by rethna30, Friday,July 19, 2013, 07:17:00

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Hi! I';m a new member in this forum and newbie who have just started working on multi-rotors. :) I';m adding payload dropping feature to the hexarotor and the dropping will be autonomous (done by using some command feature in APM Planner).

Somehow, I need to make sure that a servo is connected to the Crius Board itself and not directly to the RX.

Also for camera gimbal, in the manual for MPNG & Crius AIOP v2, it has been stated that camera roll, pitch and trigger button pins are available on the board. But, the corresponding connection pins for the connection with RX is not mentioned.

So, I would like to ask for your help regarding the pin connections.. Where can I connect a servo to the Crius Board? And what does those solder pads 32-37 stand for?

Thank you.


plug the receiver feed in to aux 1-4 pins 12,13,14,15 then in mega pirate software tell the board what the pins are to do

think thats how you do it



new to it all as well, after i have got the grass cut will plug the lappy in to mine and have a look as well,

think it may be under the software tab under pids then ch6 is all the flight modes, ch7 and ch8 you can choose from the drop down menu what you want them to do but as i said i will double check in a bit for you