Good day comrades!
Today I want to tell you about last preparations before starting of development.
First of all I want to tell you about every part that I ordered from farnell.
A. on this photo you can find standard Russia tool set:
- Universal Soviet screwdriver.
- Damaged screwdriver.
- DIY drilling tool - gift from my friend (according to legend, it is made from parts of the damaged tank)
- Izolenta (most important part of any project)
- Pliers (aka universal wrench)
So I need normal screwdriver set and normal drilling tool. And I found this beautiful Makita set!
B. As I said in the previous post, the project will use the Arduino Esplora as a joystick (Tx-system) so I need it.
C,D. Tricopter is not a home project and during testing, I'm away from home. I want to have a good multitul and a gas soldering iron for this situation.
E. Microcontroller for the copters heart - Very improtant part for this project!
F,G,H. Little stuff for my DIY projects
I. I want to use Arduino Yun as FPV video transmitter with OSD function.
I create a list of parts from HobbyKing (it's not a final):
- 3 x D2826-10 = 29.10$ = 0.240kg (motors)
- 3 x HKz30A = 33.96$ = 0.141kg (esc)
- 2 x 017000064 = 5.64$ = 0.120кг (prop)
- 2 x Z22002S-40 = 15.94$ = 0.398кг (LiPo)
- 3 x 450000081-0 = 3.00$ = 0.117кг (arm)
- 2 x HK939MG = 10.68$ = 0.066кг (servo)
- 1 x V2-102 = 6.67$ = 0.035кг (helicopter mechanics)
- 1 x 450-0017 = 2.61$ = 0.015кг (rod end)
- 1 x V2-136 = 2.79$ = 0.015кг (rod)
= 110.4$ + 23.6$ (delivery by Russian Post) = 134.0$
I hope to get this until December if I do order this week (but in Russia everything is not predictable).
In Friday I received CY8CKIT-042. This week after receiving Makita tool set I want to create a "testing station" for Cypress chips and write a first part of my firmware for tricopter!
UPD: all parts from HobbyKing is ordered!
UPD2: farnell's parcel is received, testing station is built
|1||PSoC 4 Tricopter Part #1||Introduction|
|2||PSoC 4 Tricopter Part #2||Purchase of components from Farnell and HobbyKing|
|3||PSoC 4 Tricopter Part #3||PSoC firmware: upTime & Rx|
|4||PSoC 4 Tricopter Part #4||PSoC firmware: UART & MultiWii GUI|
|5||PSoC 4 Tricopter Part #5||PSoC firmware: EEPROM emulation|
|6||PSoC 4 Tricopter Part #6||PSoC firmware: Servo & ESC control|
|7||PSoC 4 Tricopter Part #7||PSoC firmware: IMU, LED's & PID|
|8||PSoC 4 Tricopter Part #8||Hardware: PCB|
|9||PSoC 4 Tricopter Part #9||Hardware: tricopter's frame|
|10||PSoC 4 Tricopter Part #10||Hardware: YAW mechanics & motors|
|11||PSoC 4 Tricopter Part #11||Hardware: ESC's, wires & misc|
|12||PSoC 4 Tricopter Part #12||Final: The first fly|