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HKPilot32 Autonomous Vehicle 32Bit Control Set w / Power Module

HKPilot32 Autonomous Vehicle 32Bit Control Set w / Power Module

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Die HKPilot32 ist der nächste Schritt in FC-Hardware mit seinen leistungsstarken ST Micro 32bit ARM Cortex-Kern und massiver I / O-Unterstützung. Der HK Pilot32 ist eines der modernsten Autopilot-Systeme zur Verfügung mit Unterstützung für fast jede Art von Fahrzeug von einem Mond-Rover oder einem Acromodelle Flugzeuge, sogar ein U-Boot! Entworfen von dem PX4 Open-Hardware-Projekt wird durch eine Reihe von Entwicklungsgemeinschaften unterstützt dies zu einem der flexibelsten und zuverlässigsten Plattformen für die Fahrzeugsteuerung zu machen, mit vielen Features und Funktionen sicher, auch in Zukunft zur Verfügung stehen.

Mit den leistungsfähigen integrierten Multithreading NuttX RTOS, einem Unix / Linux-ähnlichen Programmierumgebung, völlig neue Autopilot-Funktionen, automatische Erkennung und Konfiguration von Peripheriegeräten und einen nahtlosen Übergang von einem HK Pilot Mega oder APM, diese erweiterten Funktionen entfernen die Beschränkung auf Ihr autonomes Fahrzeug.

Für die Dokumentation und Benutzerhandbücher klicken Sie bitte HIER

Eigenschaften:
• Erweiterte 32-Bit-ARM Cortex® M4 Prozessor läuft NuttX RTOS
• 14 PWM / Servo-Ausgänge (8 mit ausfallsicheren und Handbetätigung, 6 Hilfs, High-Power-kompatibel)
• Reichlich Anschlussmöglichkeiten für zusätzliche Peripheriegeräte (UART, I2C, CAN)
• Integrierte Backup-System für In-Flight-Recovery und Handbetätigung mit dedizierten Prozessor und Stand-alone-Stromversorgung
• Backup-System integriert Mischen, konsistente Autopilot und Handbetätigung Misch Modi bieten
• Redundante Stromversorgungseingänge und automatisches Failover
• Externe Sicherheitsknopf für die einfache Motoransteuerung
• Multicolor-LED-Anzeige
• High-Power, Multiton-Piezo-Audio-Anzeige
• microSD-Karte für die Langzeit-Hochgeschwindigkeits-Protokollierung

Specs:
Größe: 81x44x15mm
Gewicht: 33.1g
Mikroprozessor:
32-Bit-STM32F427 Cortex M4-Kern mit FPU
168 MHz / 256 KB RAM / 2 MB Flash
32-Bit-STM32F103 Failsafe-Co-Prozessor
Sensoren:
ST Micro L3GD20 3-Achsen-16-Bit-Gyroskop
ST Micro LSM303D 3-Achsen-Beschleunigungsmesser 14-Bit / Magnetometer
Invensense MPU 6000 3-Achsen-Beschleunigungssensor / Kreisel
MESS MS5611 Barometer
Schnittstellen:
5x UART (serielle Schnittstellen), ein High-Power-fähig, 2x mit HW Flusssteuerung
2x CAN
Spektrum DSM / DSM2 / DSM-X® Satelliten-kompatiblen Eingang bis DX8 (DX9 und oben nicht unterstützt)
Futaba S.BUS® kompatiblen Eingang und Ausgang
PPM Summensignal
RSSI (PWM oder Spannung) Eingang
I2C®
SPI
3.3 und 6.6V ADC-Eingänge
Externe microUSB-Port

im Lieferumfang enthalten:
HK Pilot32 Autopilot
Summer
Sicherheitsschalter Taste
10s Leistungsmodul mit XT60 Anschlüsse und 6-Position-Anschlusskabel
Extra-6-Position Kabel mit einem GPS + Kompass-Modul zu verbinden
Micro-USB-Kabel
SD-Karte
Montageschaum
3-Leiter-Servoleitung
I2C-Splitter-Modul mit Kabel

Hinweis: HK Pilot32 ist ein PPM-Eingang Autopilot, was bedeutet , dass es RC erhält eine Eingabe von einem einzigen Kabel an den Empfänger, entweder über die PPM - Port, der Futaba S.BUS - Port oder den speziellen Satelliten - Receiver - Anschluss für Spektrum Gang. Die meisten modernen RC-Empfänger ermöglichen PPM-Ausgang, aber einige, wie nicht-S.BUS Futaba Empfänger nicht.

* PX4 / Pixhawk ist eine unabhängige, Open-Source, Open-Hardware - Projekt ein High-End - Autopilot zu den akademischen, Hobby und Industrie auf die Bereitstellung Ziel (BSD - Lizenz)

** Der Verweis auf APM bezieht sich auf das ArduPilot Projekt, eine Familie von Open - Source - Autopiloten auf der Basis des Arduino Open - Source - Computing - Plattform, entwickelt von 3DR und der Open Source Community. Es besteht aus einer Auswahl von ArduPilot Mega (APM) Elektronik und eine Reihe von Software-Aktualisierungen für verschiedene Fahrzeuge und wird von einer Open-Source-Creative-Commons-Lizenz geregelt.

* Hinweis: Dies ist kein Original Arduino Markenprodukt.

  • Artikelbezeichnung 387000050-0
  • Brand HKPilot
  • Kapazität ( mAh) -
  • Gewicht 153.0000
  • Länge 110.00
  • Packaging Width 45.00
  • Höhe 80.00
  • HKPilot 32
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To say I hate this controller is an understatement. To buy this is to begin a journey of frustration and spending. After spending another $200 on equipment to complete the kit, replace the crap power sensor, connect all the bits to my plane and then it flakes out on my ESC? Naze32 runs my Wing great, before and after the HKPilot. It just boggles my mind how involved you have to get just to run this POS. I was going to spend all night googling esc issues and playing with my Taranis settings to fix it, but decided my time is worth more than the cost of this god-awful vehicle controller.
I'll try it on my quad next. It has non-HK ESC's, so might work better.... but don't hold your breath folks.

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To say I hate this controller is an understatement. To buy this is to begin a journey of frustration and spending. After spending another $200 on equipment to complete the kit, replace the crap power sensor, connect all the bits to my plane and then it flakes out on my ESC? Naze32 runs my Wing great, before and after the HKPilot. It just boggles my mind how involved you have to get just to run this POS. I was going to spend all night googling esc issues and playing with my Taranis settings to fix it, but decided my time is worth more than the cost of this god-awful vehicle controller.
I'll try it on my quad next. It has non-HK ESC's, so might work better.... but don't hold your breath folks.

The FC are satisfied were purchased to replace existing products. After using it seems to be more accurate evaluation.

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The FC are satisfied were purchased to replace existing products. After using it seems to be more accurate evaluation.

Excellent, better than the Megapilot 2.7 Ive got from HK. The Megapilot 2.7 was not able to save log files with correct date and time. This however, is flawless thus far.

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Excellent, better than the Megapilot 2.7 Ive got from HK. The Megapilot 2.7 was not able to save log files with correct date and time. This however, is flawless thus far.

Overall, I love it. It works great out of the box. Just one tip to setup the Battery Monitor correctly, I hve chosen the following settings from Mission Planner and they work great as it measures both Vols and Ams:
Monitor: 4: Voltage and Current
Sensor: 0: Other
APM: 5: VR Brain 4.5 - 5

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Overall, I love it. It works great out of the box. Just one tip to setup the Battery Monitor correctly, I hve chosen the following settings from Mission Planner and they work great as it measures both Vols and Ams:
Monitor: 4: Voltage and Current
Sensor: 0: Other
APM: 5: VR Brain 4.5 - 5

I bought an Aerosky hexacopter more than a year ago with a MultiWii flight controller and could never get the hex to fly properly! I was going to change the MWC for an APM 2.5 flight controller but found this Pixhawk and the price was reasonable so I picked it up. That ended up being a good call, as APM:Copter will stop supporting the APM 2.x flight controllers in the next release (3.3), and the current 3.2.1 runs like a dog on the older hardware (if you want PosHold you have to use the previous 3.2 on an APM 2.x FC, which is only slightly better on the older hardware)! I ended up having to buy the GPS, MinimOSD and telemetry radios separately, but finally got everything installed on the hex frame and the maiden flight went like a dream! It went even better than my first flight on a DJI Phantom 1.1.1, which had been the best "out of the box" flight experience up till now. Once I did the Autotrim, it flies very well and is rock solid on loiter (except in gusty winds) and with landing (no bouncing like the both Phantom and the Quanum Nova does). The Pixhawk fired up right away, no issues with connecting to it, with updating firmware or configuration. I've tried out autonomous flight and it is rock solid on navigation. I was starting to sour on APM:Copter due to the issues using an APM:2.x FC, but all those issues went away with the Pixhawk FC. I'm a fan again!

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I bought an Aerosky hexacopter more than a year ago with a MultiWii flight controller and could never get the hex to fly properly! I was going to change the MWC for an APM 2.5 flight controller but found this Pixhawk and the price was reasonable so I picked it up. That ended up being a good call, as APM:Copter will stop supporting the APM 2.x flight controllers in the next release (3.3), and the current 3.2.1 runs like a dog on the older hardware (if you want PosHold you have to use the previous 3.2 on an APM 2.x FC, which is only slightly better on the older hardware)! I ended up having to buy the GPS, MinimOSD and telemetry radios separately, but finally got everything installed on the hex frame and the maiden flight went like a dream! It went even better than my first flight on a DJI Phantom 1.1.1, which had been the best "out of the box" flight experience up till now. Once I did the Autotrim, it flies very well and is rock solid on loiter (except in gusty winds) and with landing (no bouncing like the both Phantom and the Quanum Nova does). The Pixhawk fired up right away, no issues with connecting to it, with updating firmware or configuration. I've tried out autonomous flight and it is rock solid on navigation. I was starting to sour on APM:Copter due to the issues using an APM:2.x FC, but all those issues went away with the Pixhawk FC. I'm a fan again!

Look, this is a cheaper version of the pixhawk but so far has lived up to the performance. If you use telemetry don't expect to see perfect voltage or current readings, also in my case I initially used a poor prop/motor match and ended up chasing and comparing PWM output signals when really the controller was fine. While some of the documentation is dated (same documentation for the clone and the real thing, so it isn't HK's fault) this is a great controller for the money with a lot of room to grow.

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Look, this is a cheaper version of the pixhawk but so far has lived up to the performance. If you use telemetry don't expect to see perfect voltage or current readings, also in my case I initially used a poor prop/motor match and ended up chasing and comparing PWM output signals when really the controller was fine. While some of the documentation is dated (same documentation for the clone and the real thing, so it isn't HK's fault) this is a great controller for the money with a lot of room to grow.

it didnt take long to set it up using youtube, but then...on my first test flight with FC i crashed my tricopter...well "it wasnt me".....when it got of the ground and in the air it couldnt hold stable position rotation wise,it was spinning like hell,i flipped switch from stable to loiter(before take of i got 9 satelites in lock on gps,cheked via laptoop) and it went skyhigh like a rocket, i saw it flying away up in sky,tryed to flip back into stable and lower the throtle but that didnt work it kept climbing,so i flipped to RTl and then i saw a nice show, it turrned slightly to the left of me and went sideways and slowly flipping upside down and towards the ground on full speed. it was 70 kph into the ground,luckily did hit no one,just the concrete playground, burst into flames coz of lipo fire.......so far im down for 600$ because of that strange behavior of that FC.every thing shattered and burned.

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it didnt take long to set it up using youtube, but then...on my first test flight with FC i crashed my tricopter...well "it wasnt me".....when it got of the ground and in the air it couldnt hold stable position rotation wise,it was spinning like hell,i flipped switch from stable to loiter(before take of i got 9 satelites in lock on gps,cheked via laptoop) and it went skyhigh like a rocket, i saw it flying away up in sky,tryed to flip back into stable and lower the throtle but that didnt work it kept climbing,so i flipped to RTl and then i saw a nice show, it turrned slightly to the left of me and went sideways and slowly flipping upside down and towards the ground on full speed. it was 70 kph into the ground,luckily did hit no one,just the concrete playground, burst into flames coz of lipo fire.......so far im down for 600$ because of that strange behavior of that FC.every thing shattered and burned.

I love the pixhawk. This one is affordable and the components fit well together. The unit came well packaged. Arrived within a week of ordering. Wiring, plugs and fitting all in box as advertised.

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I love the pixhawk. This one is affordable and the components fit well together. The unit came well packaged. Arrived within a week of ordering. Wiring, plugs and fitting all in box as advertised.

Functions as described, a great Pixhawk clone. The best part is that it is a fraction of the cost and works the same!

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Functions as described, a great Pixhawk clone. The best part is that it is a fraction of the cost and works the same!

I love it, so much faster and better that my previous APM, very good quality from HK, I fly a lot and have never had an issue so far, am running AC3.2.1 firmware on it

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I love it, so much faster and better that my previous APM, very good quality from HK, I fly a lot and have never had an issue so far, am running AC3.2.1 firmware on it

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