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Guy McCaldin commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post PX4 Sapog and friends
"Ah, right.  Sorry, I hadn't realised that Sapog was never FOC, and was wondering how you had managed an additional boost in efficiency with Telega.   Looking forward to a market-ready Myxa.  UAVCAN and FOC are definitely…"
Sep 19
Zubax Robotics commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post PX4 Sapog and friends
"Sapog does not support field-oriented control, it never did. We first implemented this technology in PX4ESC and then in Telega."
Sep 19
Guy McCaldin commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post PX4 Sapog and friends
"Is Sapog still using field-orientated control?"
Sep 18
Zubax Robotics commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post PX4 Sapog and friends
"Myxa is rated for 20 A without a heat sink, up to 30 A with a heat sink."
Sep 18
Johnatan commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post PX4 Sapog and friends
"I meant UAVCAN. But thank you for the info. What is the highest current for the new ESC?"
Sep 18
Zubax Robotics commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post PX4 Sapog and friends
"Sapog is a basic open source BLDC controller. PX4ESC is a now-defunct project that no longer exists. In the past, we used it to bootstrap the Telega project. Telega is a much more advanced design than the above. CANESC is unknown to me."
Sep 18
Johnatan commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post PX4 Sapog and friends
"What is difference between Sapog, PX4ESC, CANESC, and Telega?"
Sep 18
Zubax Robotics commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post PX4 Sapog and friends
"At the moment we don't plan to open source the Telega technology."
Sep 18
Jerry Giant commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post PX4 Sapog and friends
"Hi, I would like to know if new ESC will be open sourced, and I would like to test early samples. sorry for the screen capture. and I made a new one."
Sep 18
Zubax Robotics commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post PX4 Sapog and friends
"Thanks, Jerry!"
Sep 18
Jerry Giant commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post PX4 Sapog and friends
"I have received your free sample for almost a year now, and have built a small batch from github Orel files. It works.  and I have been working with my colleagues to implement a simple motor/rotor efficiency testing tool: you will need…"
Sep 18
Zubax Robotics posted a blog post

PX4 Sapog and friends

Quite some time has passed since our last post on the topic, so it's time to make another one.SapogFor those uninitiated, PX4 Sapog is an open source ESC design which you can get familiar with right here: kb.zubax.com/x/cYAh. Over the last months, the following noteworthy things happened to the project:Proper documentation has finally been written: meet the…See More
Sep 17

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About Me:
Zubax Robotics designs and manufactures advanced UAV avionics and aerial robots.
Visit http://zubax.com
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Avionics, computer vision, autonomous navigation, man-out-of-the-loop.
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PX4 Sapog and friends

Posted on September 17, 2017 at 1:33pm 11 Comments

Quite some time has passed since our last post on the topic, so it's time to make another one.

Sapog

For those uninitiated, PX4 Sapog is an open source ESC design which you can get familiar with right here: kb.zubax.com/x/cYAh. Over the last months, the following noteworthy things happened to the project:

  • Proper…
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PX4 Sapog, Zubax Orel, Zubax GNSS 2 status update

Posted on October 31, 2016 at 10:00am 12 Comments

This post announces recent noteworthy developments in some of our projects.

The observations we made since the announcement of Zubax Orel 20 (a Sapog-driven ESC) led us to believe that people tend to have serious misconceptions about power capabilities of ESC. A possible reason for that is the abundance of Chinese low-quality ESC that tend to have…

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UAVCAN status update

Posted on September 14, 2016 at 4:30am 6 Comments

Greetings, my fellow humans.

In this update I will briefly review the current state and the near future of UAVCAN. For those unfamiliar, UAVCAN is a lightweight CAN bus protocol designed for reliable communication in aerospace and robotic applications. It aims to provide standardized and unified communications at…

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Zubax Babel - an advanced USB-CAN and UART-CAN adapter

Posted on August 30, 2016 at 2:00am 0 Comments

Hi everyone,

We're announcing Zubax Babel - an advanced USB-CAN and UART-CAN adapter designed for use with UAVCAN and other CAN bus protocols. It can be used either as a complete standalone tool, as a development platform for UAVCAN-centered applications, or as an…

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