mRo Pixracer R15
Background/History of the Product:
PixRacer has all the capabilities of the original Pixhawk (including version 2) and even more! It is optimized in size and has just about the right amount of inputs/outputs that allow you to switch from a full-enriched autopilot stack system (with auto landing and full navigation) to a high-performance racing platform.
R15 has an updated accelerometer/gyro, magnetometer, and is ROHS (Lead Free). It also includes an ESP8266 for easy WiFi updates and comes with the latest Ardupilot ESP8266 firmware developed by Andrew Tridge. This new firmware has a nice web interface, MavLink2 support, and an easier way to do future updates via the web interface.
|Specifications||mRo PixRacer R15|
|Main Processor||32-bit STM32F427 Cortex M4 core with FPU rev.3 168 MHz|
|RAM||256 KB RAM|
|Flash||2 MB FRAM|
|Crypto / Hash Processor||No|
|Accelerometers / Gyros / Mags||2 / 2 / 2|
|Sensors||Invensense/TDK ICM-20602 (6DOF)|
Invensense/TDK MPU-9250 (9DOF)
|Sensors – Dampened||None|
|Internal Magnetometer||AK8963 inside MPU-9250 and ST LIS3MDL|
|Interfaces and Protocols||5x UART (serial ports)[one high-power capable|
2x with HW flow control and GPS+I2C®].
1x PPM sum input signal
6x PWM outputs
1x RSSI (PWM or voltage) input
1x JTAG (Debuging & programming interface)
8x OneShot PWM output (Configurable)
1x External microUSB port
Dronecode Debug connector.
WiFi Telemetry & firmware update via ESP8266 (Included).
JST-GH connectors using Dronecode connector standard.
Supported RC input protocols:
Spektrum DSM / DSM2 / DSM-X® Satellite compatible input up to DX9 and above.
Futaba S.BUS® & S.BUS2® compatible input.
FRSky Telemetry port output.
Graupner SUMD.Yuneec ST24.
|Connectors||-JST GH series connectors|
2x 5 header (Esp-01)
|Extended Testing and Burn In||No|
|Custom Carrier Board Support||No|
|Dimensions||Width: 36mm (1.42”)Length: 36mm (1.42”)|
|Weight||10.54g (.37 oz)|
|Mounting Holes||30mm x 30mm (1.18″x1.18″)|
The mRo Pixracer R15 is compatible with the following firmware:
-PX4 V1.8 (and further versions)
Normal Usage Guide
All connectors follow the Dronecode connector standard. Unless noted otherwise, all connectors are JST-GH.