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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] stm32f4 discovery as a full autopilot, nuttx-OS fo

From: Chris
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] stm32f4 discovery as a full autopilot, nuttx-OS for Discovery
Date: Sat, 12 Oct 2013 16:03:06 +0300
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Hi Heinrich.
I use the drotek 10dof imu (mpu6050, hmc5883l, ms5611) and the board outputs 12 servo channels,
6 uarts, 2 i2c (up to 3) and 1 SPI (up to 3)
All the files that are needed (changed) are here: Which is actually the paparazzi master branch 2-3 days ago with the exact files i used for the video. Actually the paparazzi code has reach such a mature stage that if the compiler supports the cpu then the paparazzi code can be easily adapted to run on it in a matter of a few days.

On 10/12/2013 02:38 PM, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Heinrich Warmers wrote:
Hi Chris,
Tank you for the work.
What for a IMU do you use?
Can i get a circuit  diagram?
Can i download you work?
I fond last time for the stm32F3 Discovery ports of multicopter code.
Also a nuttx OS-Prot is running on this pcb.
The difference the discovery 4  is the i2c and analog-input  code.
This pcb has also rate sensors  magneto-meter an acelleration-meter.
This pcb cost only 16 Euros.
The only  missed sensor  sensors is a barometer.
The Diydrohnes-Project work on a new hardware with the same sensors and the nuttx-OS.
One question will  pixhawk leave  ChibiOS?


Chris schrieb:

Just finished testing the complete autopilot using the stm32f4 discovery board. All connections verified, all adcs working everything is ready for installation.

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