Pixhack 32-bit Ultimate Flight Controller

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Part Number: HP-FCPIX

 

Product Description

Based on pixhawk's powerful open source procedure, the pixhack 2.8.4 has been stream lined to provide more functions. All the ports are neatly mounted on the sides which allows for single side wiring instead of spreading all over. Inbuilt vibration dampening structure to keep your aircraft steady at all times.

Features:

  • Independent IMU unit, built-in floating vibration absorbing structure
  • Advanced 32-bit ARM Cortex M4 high performance processor
  • 8 nos PWM/servo output, Support upto 8-axis multi-copters
  • Automatic & manual mode
  • Redundancy power input and malfunction shifting function
  • Multi-color LED
  • Multi-tone Buzzer port
  • Removal of ports like SPKT/DSM, CAN
  • Procedure based on pixhawk, with variety of functions
  • Ports like GPS/TELEM/POWER are the same as APM 2.5/2.6/2.8
  • Flight data logginh with Micro SD card

Connector Ports:

  • Futaba SBUS support
  • PPM signal input
  • PWM signal output
  • I2C port(1.25mm spacing, 4pin, JST) x 1
  • Telemetry prots(1.25mm spacing, 5pin JST) x 2
  • Powermodule port(1.25mm spacing, 6pin JST) x 1
  • GPS port(1.25mm spacing, 5pin JST) x 1

Included with the package:

  • Pixhack 2.8.4 flight controller x 1
  • Safety switch x 1
  • Buzzer x 1
  • Micro SD card x 1
  • SD card reader x 1
  • Cables x 2

 

Specifications:

  • 32-BIT 2MB cache STM32F427 Cortex M4,with FPU.
  • Basic frequency: 168MHZ, 256K RAM
  • 32-BIT STM32F103 backup coprocessor
  • L3GD20 3-axis 16-bit digital GYRO
  • LSM303D 3-axis 14-bit accelerometer/magnetometer
  • MPU6000 6-axis accelerometer/magnetometer
  • MS5611 high precision barometer

 

*PX4/Pixhawk is an independent, open-source, open-hardware project aiming at providing a high-end autopilot to the academic, hobby and industrial communities (BSD licensed)
**The reference to APM refers to the ArduPilot project, a family of open source autopilots based on the Arduino open source computing platform, developed by 3DR and the open source community. It consists of a choice of ArduPilot Mega (APM) electronics and a range of free software versions for different vehicles and is governed by an open source creative commons license.

 

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