Crazyflie 2.1 is the latest version of the successful Crazyflie development platform. It only weighs 27g and fits in the palm of your hand. Crazyflie 2.1 is equipped with low-latency/long-range radio as well as BLE. This gives you the option of downloading our app and using your mobile device as a controller or, in combination with the Crazyradio PA, using your computer to display data and fly with a game controller. It's ideal for education, research, and swarming.
- Durable & compact design: only weighs 27g, fits in the palm of your hand.
- Easy to assemble and no soldering required
- Supports expansion decks with automatic detection
- Supports flying from iOS and Android with Bluetooth LE, as well as from Windows/Mac OSX/Linux with the Crazyradio or Crazyradio PA
- Tested to further than 1 km radio range line-of-sight (LOS) with the Crazyradio PA
- Wireless firmware updates
- On-board charging via standard USB
- Dual-MCU architecture with dedicated radio/power management SoC for advanced applications
- Real-time logging, graphing, and variable setting in addition to full use of expansion decks when using a Crazyradio or Crazyradio PA and a computer
The latest version of the successful Crazyflie development platform comes with improved flight performance, durability, and radio. Together with an extensive ecosystem of software and deck expansions it's ideal for education, research, and swarming.
The Crazyflie 2.1 is a versatile open-source flying development platform that only weighs 27g and fits in the palm of your hand. Crazyflie 2.1 is equipped with low-latency/long-range radio as well as Bluetooth LE. This gives you the option of downloading our app and using your mobile device as a controller or, in combination with the Crazyradio PA, using your computer to display data and fly with a game controller. To read more about Crazyflie 2.1, check here.
- Takeoff weight: 27g
- Size (WxHxD): 92x92x29mm (motor-to-motor and including motor mount feet)
- Increased range with radio amplifier, tested to > 1 km range LOS with Crazyradio PA (environmentally dependent)
- Bluetooth Low Energy support with iOS and Android clients available
- Dual antenna support with both onboard chip antenna and U.FL connector
- STM32F405 main application MCU (Cortex-M4, 168MHz, 192kb SRAM, 1Mb flash)
- nRF51822 radio and power management MCU (Cortex-M0, 32Mhz, 16kb SRAM, 128kb flash)
- uUSB connector
- On-board LiPo charger with 100mA, 500mA and 980mA modes available
- Full speed USB device interface
- Partial USB OTG capability (USB OTG present but no 5V output)
- 8KB EEPROM
- 3 axis accelerometer/gyroscope (BMI088)
- High precision pressure sensor (BMP388)
- Flight time with stock battery: 7 minutes
- Charging time with stock battery: 40 minutes
- Max recommended payload weight: 15 g
- Win/Linux/OSX python client
- The gamepads used by the Xbox 360 and the Playstation 3 are used as reference controllers
- Any gamepad/controller with at least 4 analog axes
- Android mobile device
- iOS mobile device
- VCC (3.0V, max 100mA)
- VCOM (unregulated VBAT or VUSB, max 1A)
- VUSB (both for input and output)
- I2C (400kHz)
- 2 x UART
- 4 x GPIO/CS for SPI
- 1-wire bus for expansion identification
- 2 x GPIO connected to nRF51
- 1 x Crazyflie 2.1 control board
- 1 x 250mAh LiPo battery (spare part)
- 5 x 7mm DC coreless motor (1 spare) (spare part)
- 6 x 7mm motor mounts (2 spare) (spare part)
- 1 x Foam battery pad
- 5 x CCW propellers (3 spare) (spare part)
- 5 x CW propellers (3 spare) (spare part)
- 1 x Battery holder deck (spare part)
- 2 x Short male deck connectors (spare part)
- 2 x Long male deck connectors (spare part)
- 1 x micro-USB cable (48cm) (spare part)
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tiny size, big performancI am a hobbyist in Mobile Robotics, and crazflie meets my needs indeed! Just like its advertisement, "tiny size, big performance". I'm more than satisfied.
definitely the best one that I have used!I don't know if Crazyflie is the best open-source quadcopter development platform, but it is definitely the best one that I have used! It is as easy to operate as a simple RTF quadcopter, but is also fully open-source, well-documented, highly expandable, and super easy to assemble and use.
beginner-friendlyI bought a drone for advanced users a few years ago, but it was quite difficult for beginners. This product is quite easy to assemble, and as the description says, no soldering required. Tested it a few times in my room, very stable!