[SOLD] Howdy ArduPilotMega fans!
I've had a blast the last couple of years playing with Arduino and Ardupilot, but unfortunatly I'm moving in a few weeks; (new job)
and so... am looking for a good home(s) for my APM gear that I can't take with me. (ie can't afford to haul cross-country)
I would prefer someone from our community get these; in order to be put to good use;
basiclly just if I just added these to the Garage Sale stuff, that wouldnt be the case.
I would like to sell these: (in order of preference)
. In whole
. 3 seperate packages (i.e. APM2 Quad, APM1 2560/Oilpan, APM1 1280/Oilpan)
. and lastly - individual pieces...
That's three fully working APM/IMU/GPS packages
There's some OSD FPV gear listed at the bottom as well if anyone is interested.
(just not really apm related.)
Too many other cables etc to note here (just ask, if I got it ill throw it in.)
Just Looking for resonable offers ; all the gear is working and in good condition but used
The cost of all this stuff new was probably around $2500-USD including the fpv stuff
I would take half that much if someone were to take the whole lot.
Not sure how much shipping will be, but only looking to cover the cost.
Please send offers to email@example.com
or post interest in items, and/or questions here.
I will update item availible as they change; or as time permits.
For reference; the individual listing of APM toolkit components.
Qty Description Notes
1 APM2 (w/MTK&SD) *1 (not shown in pic)
1 APM1 v1.4 (2560) *2
1 APM1 v1.4 (1280) *3
1 APM1 v1.0 (1280)
1 APM1 Betaboard (1280)
1 3DR-Quad frame *1 (not shown in pic)
1 IMU OilPan-F *2
1 IMU Oilpan-H *3
1 Max-Sonar XL-EZL0 Sonar *1
1 Mag v2 5883 *2
1 Mag v1 5843 *3
1 Airspeed sensor w/pitot *2
1 Ublox GPS *2
1 MTK GPS *3
2 900mhz Xbee (tx/rx set) *2
1 AVR ISP MkII (not shown in pic)
1 MultiPilot MP32 Devboard from www.virtualrobitix.com
pin compatible with, and will be included free with whoever gets the Oilpan-H
(*1)APM2 is installed on a 3DR quad frame (see ArduCopter below)
(*2)APM1 2560/Oilpan-F/MTK/5883 running Arducopter or Arduplane (see Ardu-anything below)
(*3)APM1 1280/Oilpan-H/UBLOX/5843 running ArduPlane (see Arduplane below)
I was using the other bare APM1 (1280) for an antenna tracker.
The APM Betaboard I was using with a ftdi cable for HIL Simulation with APM Planner joystick
1 APM2 w/MTK and SD daughter card
1 3DR-Quad frame w/PDB
4 Turnigy-Park450 (eq.2836-890kv) +1 spare motor
4 Castle Pheonix 18a esc's
4 props 9x6
1 Castle 8a BEC for APM and servos
1 180Amp Current/Voltage sensor
1 Max-Sonar XL-EZL0 MB1260
2 HS-55 Servos and two-axis mount
(used for stabilizer for sonar/camera)
1 APM 1.4 1280 with ArduPlane fimware
1 Carbon fiber APM frame from DIYD, mounted in an HK-EPPFPV hatch
1 UBlox GPS
1 AirSpeed w/pitot
1 Xbee set 900mhz
1 (optional) Hobbyking EPPFPV frame
80% done with servos motor and esc
custom removable wing installation
1 APM 1.4 2560 loaded With ACM or APM firmware
1 MTK GPS
was currently using this set for bench testing APM/ACM code
also was testing for use as fixed and mobile gs/ant-tracker
Ill throw the two other 1280's in with this bunch since they are pin compatible with the Oilpan-F
This is not really ArduPilotMega stuff, but is availible as well.
4) FPV Toolkit
1 RangeVideo RVOSD Gen5.4
currently installed in a Parkzone Corsair F4U (airframe optional)
w/MTK GPS, 100amp Current/Voltage Sensor/IMU and 3axis-Thermopiles
1 BigEye 1280x960 camera w/live video out feed into OSD
1 Hobbyking Video Goggles 4:3 format
1 900mhz AV tx/rx set US-channel 1 (for longer-range)
1 5.8ghz AV tx/rx set (A channels)
1 5.8ghz AV tx/rx set (B channels)
1 Roxio USB Capture (for AV input to APM Planner)
1 PICit2 programmer (firmware uploader)
1 HK Turnigy Radio Control 8ch TX
w/Backlight, USB Programmer, & PD Firmware upgrades.
includes HK-8ch Module and Receiver (made removeable)
1 FrSky DJT module and D8R Receiver w/Telemetry
LCD display add-on from FlyTron
2 Voltage sensors
usb programmer for firmware upload
Combined PPM Mode firmware availible from frsky.
I can take a PIC of the quad if anyone is interested.
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Looks like the gear has a new home in Virginia. As I had hoped; one person has taken the lot.
Didn't take long, So thanks again to the DIYD community, and everyone for their inquiries on the individual items, I do appreciate the offers...