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INAV is a fork of cleanflight with a heavy focus upon GPS features for both airplanes & multirotor models.
iNav is being actively developed and currently supports RTH (Return To Home) with a predefined climb height, position hold, waypoints, "follow-me" and many more features.
A wide variety of inexpensive flight controller boards are supported. While Naze32 & CC3D flight control boards are still work (*) with limited features, F3 & F4 flight control boards are strongly suggested to gain access to the full features of iNav & extended flight time abilities.
*F1 Flight controllers like Naze32 and CC3D is not supported anymore, previously released firmwares do still work of course. Latest release for F1 boards is INAV 1.7.3
iNav has many settings that are different than cleanflight, so while the configurator may look familiar to you, simply restoring settings from an older version of cleanflight won't work & the calibration process is very, very different.
As such it is ABSOLUTELY mandatory to read these pages:
Multirotor guide if you're going to use it in a multirotor.
Fixed wing guide if you're going to use it in a fixed wing model.
Many flight controller boards are supported. See the Supported boards page.
All configurator is done through INAV Configurator.
This Wiki is available in other languages: Русский
Searching the wiki
The wiki can be search via Google (as least) as follows:
- In the search bar enter
site:github.com/iNavFlight/inav/wiki TOPIC(where TOPIC is your search item), e.g.
site:github.com/iNavFlight/inav/wiki 3DRfor information on using 3DR radios with iNav
site:github.com/iNavFlight/inav/wiki mission plannerfor information about iNav capable mission planners
The wider project (issues, pull requests) can be searched by omitting the
wiki term, e.g.: