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Crazepony is a open source mini quadcopter 9-DOF for flying,development,teaching or experimentation.

Crazepony is open source. It's hosted, developed, and maintained on GitHub.

View the Github Project

RC Transmitter User Guide


1.Place the Crazepony on a stable ground.The Arrow on the center of the PCB indicate the front.


2.Firstly switch on the Crazepony RC, then quadcopter.About 10s later, blue LEDs on M1/M2 flashing,IMU is calibrated.


3.Press the "-" button on RC to start IMU calibration.Press the "+" button on RC to start the motors.


4.Push the throttle on the left joystick to take off.Press the "+" button again to stop motors after landing.

Android Client User Guide

Control by smart phone through the newest Bluetooth 4.0 LE wireless connection.

There is now an offical version in the Google Play Store,Scan the QR code right to install it.

Click the 'Connect' button to search and connect the Crazepony MINI quadcopter.The flashing LED next to BLE module will be solid blue when connected.

Click the 'Unarm' button to start the motors and click again to stop them after landing.

'Headfree' button for head free mode,'Altihold' button for altitude hold mode and 'IMUCali' button for IMU calibration.

iOS client is coming soon...


LED Flight Indicator

Crazepony has 4 blue LEDs mounted on each arms M1/M2/M3/M4.The LEDs indicate the status and operation.

Indicator Warning Solution
M1/M2/M3/M4 Flash Rorating Remote Control Signal Lost Power the RC or Android APP
M1/M2 and M3/M4 Flash Alternatively IMU Error Press the "-" Button on RC
M1/M2/M3/M4 Flashing Low Battery Warning Connect the USB to Charge
Indicator Normal
M1/M2 Flashing Ready to Fly
M1/M2 Solid Blue IMU Calibrating
M1 Flashing Config the BT Module


Set the switch to CHG side for charge.The red LED blind down means charge is over.