Emlid Navio2

From: $379.00

AUTOPILOT HAT FOR RASPBERRY PI

Powered by ArduPilot and ROS.

Mechanical

Dimensions: 55 x 65mm
Weight: 23g
Operating temperature: -40…+85ºC

Electrical

Supply voltage: 4.75-5.25V
Power supply: Power module, servo rail, USB
Average current consumption: <150mA

Ports

Power module
UART
I2C
ADC
12 PWM servo outputs
PPM/S.Bus input

ICs

MPU9250 9DOF IMU
LSM9DS1 9DOF IMU
MS5611 barometer
U-blox M8N GLONASS/GPS/Beidou (antenna connector type MCX)
Cortex-M3 RC I/O co-processor
RGB LED

Package Contents

– Emlid Navio2
– Connector for RPi
– 4x spacers
– 8x M2.5 screws
– Preconfigured OS image (free download)

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Product Quantity

Emlid Navio2 Power Module

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1

Emlid Navio2 Wire Pack

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1

Emlid Navio2 GNSS Antenna

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1

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Description

Turn your Raspberry Pi® into a drone controller by using the might of sensors and controllers on board

GNSS receiver

Tracks GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo and SBAS satellites. External antenna with MCX connector

Dual IMU

Accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetometers for orientation and motion sensing

RC I/O co-processor

Accepts PPM/SBUS input and provides 14 PWM output channels for motors and servos

High resolution barometer

Senses altitude with 10cm resolution

Extension ports

Exposed ADC, I2C and UART interfaces for sensors and radios

Triple redundant power supply

With overvoltage protection and power module port for voltage and current sensing

IMU

Barometer

PWM output

Comes with preconfigured software and documentation

Navio2 board

With dual IMU, barometer, GNSS receiver and RC IO co-processor

OS image

Emlid Linux distro with pre-installed ArduPilot and ROS

Docs and community

Open-source drivers, detailed tutorials and active forum for discussion

Program missions

Use ROS or DroneKit to make your drone perform preprogrammed actions and respond to changing conditions.

Stream video

Transfer low-latency video from Raspberry Pi camera module to the ground control station using GStreamer.

Control over the Internet

Plug in 3G/LTE modem to connect to your drone from anywhere in the world and access video and telemetry data.