Batteries/Chargers/Distribution/Sensors (187)

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Safety First: 100A & 200A Hall Sensor with BEC for Pixhawk / APM

After I had a few problems with the standard power module from 3DR and the ones from Hobbyking, like falling off resistors (overheated) and…

Started by Christian Mauch

104 on Tuesday
Reply by Michael

Sonar sensor with pixhawk

I have been trying interfacing the MB1242 Sonar sensor with pixhawk as this link explained below

Started by Baskaran K

0 Aug 1

daisy chained PX4FLOWs for precision positioning

Hi everyone, I’m new here. The PX4FLOW manual seems to suggest that two sensors can be daisy chained together. Has anyone tried this? Ultim…

Started by Christian Boutan

0 Jul 12

Powering companion computer from same battery as motors.

So I am working on developing a companion computer platform (used for vision based navigation and obstacle avoidance in indoor/outdoor envi…

Started by Ryan

5 Jun 28
Reply by Fnoop

DS18B20 Temperature sensor not recognized

Hi Gurus, I'm trying to hook up a ds18b20 temperature sensor (in fact a breakout board like this) to a old RPi (ver 1) model B, running Die…

Started by yamadanao

0 Jun 23

Airspeed Sensor

Is the airspeed sensor required on when setting up a pixhawk mini on a fixed wing?

Started by Matthew S Dreyer

1 Jun 21
Reply by Matthew S Dreyer

Battery voltage failsafe

Dear all, I am using a Tiger battery 4S 6000mAh 35C and I set the voltage failsafe in Mission Planner at 14.0V (3.5V per cell as suggested…

Started by Mattia

5 Jun 21
Reply by christopher.shiny


LiPo Battery Problems

Hi all! I am sick of using lithium polymer batteries lately. After using a battery for one month, it discharges faster then before. Also, w…

Started by Nicolas-Michael El Jamal

7 Jun 21
Reply by christopher.shiny

Lipo Battery Guide

I recently wrote this guide to lipo batteries.  In it, I discuss: An in-depth explanation of battery specs – Nominal and cut-off voltage,…

Started by Eric Eekhoff

2 Jun 21
Reply by christopher.shiny

Battery packs for high-efficiency UAVs.

Inspired by Tesla. We started assembling the battery packs for heavy UAVs, with the automotive cell type Panasonic NCR20700A 3.3Ah 30A and…

Started by Cristian Miuta

1 Jun 20
Reply by christopher.shiny


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