CUAV IST8 8310 External Compass GPS Module


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Features
The IST8 compass module is built into iSentek's 3×3mm LGA geomagnetic sensor IST8310,
which is widely used in drone products. The PX4 and ArduPilot have been applied to
the Pix flight control and can be used as an external compass for the V5 flight control.
Please connect the ist8 compass to the i2c interface of the flight controller.
Please make sure that the arrow in the above figure points to the front of the flight controller.
Supported firmware
The firmware of the CUAV V5 flight controller is perfectly compatible with the
external compass, both pix and apm firmware. If you are using other
flight controllers, please contact customer service.
Compass calibration
See compass calibration interface
More information
Ist8310 data sheet: http://www.isentek.com/en/dlf.php? file=../ISENTEK/(201703-09)IST8310%20Datasheet%20v1.2_brief-105.09.20.pdf
Product Details
Compass: ist8310
Operating temperature: -40~85°C
power input: 5v
interface: I2C
Weight: 5g
Size: 23*14*9mm
Item Packing
CUAV IST8 Geomagnetic Sensor x 1
IST8-PIX
CUAV IST8 8310 External Compass GPS Module Geomagnetic RC Sensor Pixhack Pixhawk PX4 APM
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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 24 February, 2022.

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