1. All-In-One Compact Multi-Rotor Autopilot System
2. New Assistant Software for Smartphones
3. Supported Multi-rotors Quad-rotor: I4, X4
4. Hex-rotor: I6, X6, IY6, Y6
5. Octo-rotor I8, V8, X8
6. Free Ground Station
7. Take-Off Assistance
8. Multiple Flight Control Modes and Intelligent Switching
9. GPS Module Available for Accurate Position Stabilization
10. Intelligent Orientation Control (IOC)
11. Supports General, PPM, and S-Bus Receivers
12. Arm/Disarm Modes for Safe Motor Starting
13. 2-Axis Gimbal Stabilization
14. Two Levels of Low Voltage Warnings and Protection
15. Single Motor Failure Protection
16. Supported ESC Output 400 Hz refresh frequency
17. Supported Transmitters PCM or 2.4 GHz radio with at least 4 channels
18. Supports Remote Gain Adjustment from the Transmitter
19. Enhanced Failsafe Features, Including Auto Return-to-Home
20. Compatible with DJI Video Downlink, iOSD, Ground Station, ZH4-3D/H3-3D Gimbals, and Future Products
21. Supports 9 Different of Multi-Rotor Configurations, Ideal for DJI F450/F550 and E Series Tuned Propulsion Systems
DJI NAZA-M V2 Multirotor Autopilot Controller set With GPS Supports nine multi-rotor configurations, the DJI NAZA-M V2 Multirotor Autopilot Controller set With GPS acts as the brains of the aircraft, managing pilot input and interpreting data from the various sensors, helping maintain a stable flying condition. There are four components to the system.
The MC (main controller) houses the flight computer and is at the heart of the flight control system. Then there is the PMU (power management unit), which serves to regulate how much power is sent to each of the four, six, or eight rotors. Finally, a GPUs receiver/compass combo is included, which enables a number of features, including Intelligent Orientation Control (IOC) and the Go Home failsafe.
CAN-Bus ports on the MC allows the Naza-M to interface with a number of DJI accessories, including the Ground Station System, the iOSD Module, or a gimbal control unit (GCU).