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NEO-6M GPS Module

NEO-6M GPS Module
NEO-6M GPS Module

This is an updated GPS module that can used with ardupilot mega v2. This GPS module uses the latest technology to give the best possible position information, allowing for better performance with your Ardupilot or other Multirotor control platform.

You may require to configure this module for use with your flight controller (MultiWii Copter I2C GPS board requires 115200 baud). You will require a USB to FTDI adaptor board to do this.

Please note that this module ships with defualt settings and a buad rate of 38400.

Features:
• Standalone GPS receiver
• U-blox NEO-6M GPS module 
• Under 1 second time-to-first-fix for hot and aided starts
• SuperSense ® Indoor GPS: -162 dBm tracking sensitivity
• Anti-jamming technology
• Support SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, GAGAN)
• u-blox 6 50 channel positioning engine with over 2 million effective correlators
• Timepulse
• 5Hz position update rate
• Operating temperature range: -40 TO 85°C
• UART TTL socket 
• EEprom to store settings
• Rechargeable battery for Backup 
• Build in 18X18mm GPS antenna 
• RoHS compliant

Specs:
Dimension: 22mmX30mm
Height: 13mm
Hole dia.: 3mm  
Weight: 12g



PRODUCT ID: 387000004

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Total of 476 discussions.
Adrian  15 points - 10/31/2014
 
Hi, Please can anyone help, I can not get this to fix on any sats in u-centre 8.12 inside or outside, but the Red led is flashing every second. Does this mean the unit is working and Im doing something wrong ? I have managed to update the I2c and Multiwii boards, so this little unit is holding me back, Desperate to get it working. Cheers a.
 v_max 3859 points
This means wrong connection to PC
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 Adrian 15 points
Hi v_max Thanks but was all conected correctly,I have sussed it ! Had to go into Receiver-Action-Revert config, then hey presto, lots of sats. Cheers a.
 v_max 3859 points
If physical connection is ok then this only means that your GPS configured baud/protocol settings didn't match ucenter connection baud/protocol settigs. MWI with UBLOX setting in config do autonfig of this GPS to UBLOX binary protocol at 57600 .. so after trying with MWI your settings was changed. On 'reverting' ucenter sends change settings command (to some certain state) at all possible baudrates untill it found matching one. So it reconfigured gps back. After this connection restored.
jorimon  5 points - 10/29/2014
 
Hi, Ive connected this gps to my naze32 rev 5. Vcc and gnd to an open esc port. Rxd from gps to port3, and txd to port 4 on my naze. The baudrate is set on 384kbps, and gps type to 1 But I cant get a green box around gps on top of the baseflight. Anyone who knows what Im doing wrong?
 v_max 3859 points
If you are sure you setup all correctly then .... GPS do not work indoors...Go outdoors with clear sky above. GPS 'cold' start requires around 1-5 minutes sometimes more.. depends on rf noise around, number of sattelites in the direct view of the sky, humidity and so on... So be patient... When GPS will get fix gps led will start blink lazyly (aroud once per sec).. This means GPS has fix and send data. If at this time you wouldn't get fix in FC then you have something wrong with connection or config. By default this gps is configured as 38400 with NMEA protocol.
YH  7 points - 10/18/2014
 
Where can I buy spare cables for this?
aslıhan  24 points - 10/7/2014
 
I hava naze32 acro.so gps works on 3v or 5v which would i use?
 David 16 points
There is a file under the file tab named "No File Name" 144kb. It mentions 3.3v.
 David 16 points
Mentioned lower in the discussion: georgiev.s Both are supported.
Richard  1 points - 10/4/2014
 
It does not matter which way it goes. Best to have the ariel on the top though.
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RogerWilco
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Works fine. Came setup w/ 38400baud,5Hz, NMEA. Set mine to binary UBX with U-center using 3DR-Ublox.txt. Runs fine with MegaPirateNG2.8r3. Hotstart fix < 2seconds. Good value for it´s price.


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ohmgnohm
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Realy good quality. install the Neo-6M on my multiwii board. Install the newest software and it works :-) im realy happy :-) cant wait to fly with my quad


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cardboard_boks
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I got 2 of these and one just stopped working -_- Also take note the wires supplied are not coloured to normal standards.


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Seckin Onur
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Fixed 9 satellites less than 2 minutes. Kept working indooors. 5Hz gps module for this price is amazing. Thanks HK.


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tricopterY
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I got mine and was excited about it. Installed it on Multwii AIO-2560 and defined UBLOX and buad-rate 57600. The power LED stayed on for few minutes and I got a Blinking Red LED (GPS LOCK on the NEO - Wow, the damn thing works - in Sydney Australia) and FC yellow LED started blinking a sequence, and I was indoors. After a power down and following days, I have been unable to get a GPS Lock. I have done absolutely nothing to it, just a simple cycle down. I have tried it outside and still nothing.....Just steady Red LED. Very unreliable.


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