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  • XZN Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter Kit 10-DOF with Crazyradio
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XZN Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter Kit 10-DOF with Crazyradio


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The Crazyflie is a tiny quadcopter often referred to as a nano-quad, built using the PCB itself as the frame. Developed solely by open source tools and designed with development in mind.A Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter include a crazyflie and a crazyradio.


Basic concepts:

The Crazyflie is controlled from a computer using an input device such as a game controller (PS3 or Xbox 360). A USB radio dongle is used to send control data from the controller/computer to the quadcopter.



1. Small and lightweight, around 30g and about 90mm motor to motor

2. light time up to 7 minutes with standard 180mAh Li-Po battery

3. Standard micro-USB connector for charging which takes ~20min for the stock 180mAh Li-Po battery

4. On-board low-energy radio@1mW based on the nRF24L01+ chip. Up to 80m range (environment dependent) when using the Crazyradio USB dongle

5. Radio bootloader which enables wireless update of the firmware

6. Powerful 32 bit MCU: STM32F103CB @ 72 MHz (128kb flash, 20kb RAM) 

7. 3-axis high-performance MEMs gyros with 3-axis accelerometer: Invensense MPU-6050

8. Available footprints to manually solder magnetometer HMC5883L/HMC5983 or/and barometer MS5611 (Mounted on the 10-DOF version)

9.  Expansion header 2×10 pins 1.27mm (0.05”) pitch including power, I2C/UART, SPI/ADC. Header also contains ARM Cortex 10-pin JTAG (header not included)

10. 4-layer low noise PCB design with separate voltage regulators for digital and analog supply


The primary stage


1 x Crazyflie control board

5 x motor mounts (one as spare)

5 x coreless motors (one as spare)

5 x CW propellers

5 x CCW propellers

1 x LiPo battery

Tools you need:

Soldering iron and solder


Tweezers and a clamp or third-hand can come in handy

Check the electronics

Before you go ahead and assemble the Crazyflie check the Crazyflie control board and the Crazyradio electronics:

Attach a powered micro-USB cable to the Crazyflie control board. It should power up and blink 5 times with the green LED. After that the green LED should be fully on and the red LED should blink.




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