Nick Arsov
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Graham Dyer commented on Nick Arsov's blog post AUAV-X1 , a new vision of the PX4 autopilot
"Bump, anyone know how to connect an analog airspeed sensor to the X1?"
Dec 19, 2016

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Graham Dyer commented on Nick Arsov's blog post AUAV-X2 ( the revised version of X1 ) is alive
"External LED and compass on the same I2C1 port (ie in parallel)?"
Dec 13, 2016

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Graham Dyer commented on Nick Arsov's blog post AUAV-X1 , a new vision of the PX4 autopilot
"Old thread but still want to use my X1. How does one connect an analog airspeed sensor to the X1? There are pins for it on the X2 but what does one do for the X1?"
Dec 4, 2016
Nick Arsov commented on Phillip Kocmoud's blog post Introducing the AUAV X2.1 Flight Controller
"No, the same sensors as of the Pixracer, but HMC5983 which is obsolete and there is no equivalent on the market. I hope that the code porting will not take long as the MPU9250 and ICM20608 drivers are well developed and working fine in Pixracer."
Sep 25, 2016
Nick Arsov commented on Phillip Kocmoud's blog post Introducing the AUAV X2.1 Flight Controller
"Hi Cala, The holes are semiholes as the width is just 30mm while the holes grid standard is 30.5 x 30.5mm. As we plan to offer a housing and housing STL files, we'll design a tight mounting even with semiholes."
Sep 25, 2016
Nick Arsov commented on Phillip Kocmoud's blog post Introducing the AUAV X2.1 Flight Controller
"Hi guys, Sorry for not participating lately, but we ( Bulgarian users ) couldn't access DIYDrones for a while for some reason. Today I gained access of it again....seems someone fixed the problem. About X2.1....I ported the bootloaders for…"
Sep 23, 2016
Nick Arsov replied to Randy's discussion PixRacer with Ardupilot
"Wow, the power supply is not good...too much noise? I hope when you apply a clean power the RC noise will be reduced too. Also do avoid connecting something noisy ( like servos ) to the receiver."
Aug 12, 2016
Nick Arsov replied to Randy's discussion PixRacer with Ardupilot
"Disconnect everything but power, ESCs, receiver and GPS.....no camera, no servos, no video Tx.... Make a clean setup and calibration and make a fresh log."
Aug 12, 2016
Nick Arsov replied to Randy's discussion PixRacer with Ardupilot
"Hi Marcell, Please provide your wiring, connected devices, firmware installed, settings and log files if any. BR Nick"
Aug 12, 2016
Nick Arsov replied to Randy's discussion PixRacer with Ardupilot
"That's normal...safety switch will be excluded later."
Aug 7, 2016
Nick Arsov replied to Randy's discussion PixRacer with Ardupilot
"Hi Yana, If you're using Windows, you will see it as Pixracer when you click on your Internet access connections, just click Connect and if asked for pass, type pixracer.....that's all."
Aug 7, 2016
Nick Arsov replied to Randy's discussion PixRacer with Ardupilot
"Hi guys,I noted a strange behavior of MP 1.3.39 when flashing a Pixracer....no microSD inserted!I just selected Initial Setup -> Install Firmware -> APM: Copter V3.3.3 After downloading the firmware, MP asks you to "Unplug the board,…"
Aug 7, 2016
Nick Arsov commented on Nicholas Witham's blog post Pixracer (actually a counterfeit): Now available from Hobbyking!
"Hi Kim, You can freely place your order at auav.co and we can deliver it to any point of the world. Best regards Nick"
Jun 27, 2016
Nick Arsov commented on Nicholas Witham's blog post Pixracer (Clone): Now available from Hobbyking!
"Ya....the Chunese guys are either too hungry or have mice in their IC stores.... :-)"
Jun 15, 2016
Maxime C commented on Nick Arsov's blog post Some new I2C devices from AUAV Co.
"@Adam Kroll I am willing to gather 3 axis airspeed on a VTOL project, will probably use the mentioned I²C hub. As for flight controller, plenty of options such as PixRacer, RPi0+PXFMini, STM32F4/7 nucleos... will see, I am just validating…"
May 17, 2016
Phillip Kocmoud commented on Nick Arsov's blog post Some new I2C devices from AUAV Co.
"As small as you like, assuming they work correctly for your airframe."
May 17, 2016

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About Me:
Engineer of electronics. Making airplanes sinse 1967.
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
Building a version of Gentlenav with different gyros.

Nick Arsov's Blog

Some new I2C devices from AUAV Co.

Posted on April 27, 2016 at 5:13am 17 Comments

Hi guys,

AUAV Co. team is proud to announce two new useful gadgets - an I2C AIRSPEED sensor and 3.3/5V UNIVERSAL I2C HUB.…

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Ardupilot/PX4 communities : DIY hardware Innovation is still alive and well - the new XRacer V1.0

Posted on November 3, 2015 at 8:00am 103 Comments

AUAV is proud to announce our latest high quality PixHawk derivative - The XRacer V1. This project was developed in cooperation with Lorenz Meier, David Sidrane, Leonard Hall and many others. This board combines the latest IMU offerings from InvenSense and a large number of capabilities in a micro…

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New ACSP3 current/voltage sensor with dual interface

Posted on June 17, 2015 at 6:30am 29 Comments

Hi guys,

I and Phil Kocmoud are proud to announce the new ACSP3 - current/voltage sensor with analog and I2C interface.

Here are some device features:

  • Vin max = 42VDC ( 10S )
  • Ishunt current = 90A
  • Vout = 5.4V
  • Ioutmax = 2.25A with 3A burst
  • Ultra low…
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