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      Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter - Spare battery (BC-BL-01-A)
      • Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter - Spare battery (BC-BL-01-A)
      • Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter - Spare battery (BC-BL-01-A)
      • Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter - Spare battery (BC-BL-01-A)

      Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter - Spare battery (BC-BL-01-A)

      SKU 313010025
      The DSO Nano V3 is a pocket-size compatible 32bit digital storage oscilloscope
      This product contains battery, might applys to shipping constriction.
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      Description
      The DSO Nano V3 is a pocket-size compatible 32bit digital storage oscilloscope. Based on ARM -M3, it’s equipped with 320*240 color display, SD card, USB port and recharging function. It’s compact, simple to operate; meets the basic demands of school lab, electric furniture repairment and electric engineering.
       
      This is a updated and cool version of DSO Nano which features a firmware and a embedded 2 Mbyte storage chip instead of micro SD card slot. The documents of this version in detail is on this page, please refer to it. 
       
      NOTE:For DSO Nano with SD card slot, it is not available now. If you get one from our distributers’ stock, please click here to check the document. 
       
      Updates in v3:
      • V3 used a new firmware with user-friendly interface, easier to operate
      • Upgraded firmware via virtual disk
      • Added build-in 2Mbyte storage chip instead of micro SD card slot
      • Black metal shell
       
      Features
      • Portable and lightweight
      • Color display
      • Waveform storage and playback
      • 6 triggering modes
      • 200Khz Analog Bandwidth
      • Complete measurement markers and signal characteristics
      • Built-in Signal Generator
      • Accessories available
      • Open Source
       
      Specifications
      • Display: 2.8’’ color TFT LCD
      • Display Resolution: 320x240 Display Colors 65K
      • Analog Broadband: 0 ~ 200kHz
      • Max. Sampling Rate: 1Msps 12 bit 
      • Sampling Storage Depth: 4096 points 
      • Transverse Sensitivity: 1uS/Div~10S/Div(1-2-5 stepping) 
      • Vertical Sensitivity: 10mv/Div~10V/Div(x1 probe) 0.5V/Div~10V/Div(x10 probe)
      • Input Resistance: >500KΩ
      • Max. Input Voltage: 80Vpp(x1 probe)400Vpp(x10 probe)
      • Coupling Mode: DC
      • Triggering Mode: Auto,Normal,Single,None
      • Auto Measurement: Frequency, cycle, duty, Vpp, Vram, Vavg, DC voltage; Vertical Precise Measurement Cursor; Horizontal Precise Measurement Cursor; Rising/Falling Edge Trigger; Triggering Cursor; Triggering Sensitivity Cursor; Hold/Run
      • Inbuilt Test Signal: 10Hz~1MHz(1-2-5 stepping) 
      • Waveform Storage: build-in 2Mbyte
      • PC Connection Interface: Connection through USB
      • Recharging Method: Recharging through USB interface 
      • Dimensions:105mm x 53mm x 8mm
       
      Part list: 
      • DSO Nano x1
      • Metal Stand x1
      • Screw x1 
      • Probe cable x1
      • Sack x1 
       
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      Can anyone tell me if the pinout /polarity on this battery is the same as this charger from Adafruit?

      https://www.adafruit.com/produ...

      on Oct 19,2016
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      <p>Yes , you can connect 7.2V battery .It is not a servos drive board , so sorry that we can provide the example that how to used with servos .You can refer to the Arduino website. <a href="http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Knob" rel="nofollow">http://arduino
      on Oct 20,2016 10:42 AM
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      Can we use a lipo charger shield to charge it ?

      on Oct 19,2016
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      <p>Yes ,the arduino can be power from power source of motor shield. By the way , more details ,you can refer to the schematic in Eagle file :)</p>
      on Oct 20,2016 10:42 AM
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      <p>yes, you could.</p>
      on Oct 20,2016 10:44 AM
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