How to setup a Naze32 Acro / Funfly Flight Controller
==Update 9/29/14== Gang – I’ve been AFK from the scene to tend to my newborn. Can’t miss those special moments right!? I never could have imagined this video would be as well traveled as it has been so thank you all for the comments & feedback (good and bad). I’ll be returning to “the scene” in due time – just please remember to fly safely! Our hobby is under a lot of scrutiny right now – so no news appearances please!
==Update 2/16== KV OSD Setup guide HERE
*** watch on a computer so you can see the annotations!
*** Another big update – in the time since I’ve recorded this video – GPS_HOME and GPS_HOLD flight modes have been added. I’m going to let that sink in for a moment …
This is a HUGE development –
UPDATE YOUR FIRMWARE TO THE LATEST HEX!!!!
This was a special request from some of the new pilots flying with us. We’re in the process of building out more than a dozen micro FPV quadcopters and will be using the Naze32 controllers to run the rigs.
Don’t let the length of the “guide” fool you – this is a stupid simple board to set up if you can follow directions. You can get a multi flying in less than 5 minutes if you know what you’re looking for.
If you decide to skip ahead or skip over any of the safety warnings – please remember:
*** TAKE YOUR PROPELLERS OFF *** while working with the rig.
You’ve been warned.
4:00 Hardware Overview
7:00 Pin Assignments
19:00 CPPM Connections example
21:45 Accelerometer Calibration – Initial setup
23:24 Magnetometer Calibration
24:20 Magnetic Declination Offsets
25:45 CLI Overview – enabling / disabling “features”
29:55 Radio/Receiver Setup
25:25 Auxiliary Configuration – setting flight modes
38:12 Motor/Servo Outputs Test Tool
40:35 Calibrating all 4 ESCs simultaneously using mincommand
42:40 Commentary, CLI redux, mixer, map & set commands
48:20 Where to buy
CLI Parameter definitions and their suggested settings can be found here: