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Zubax Robotics commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post UAV Electric Propulsion System Survey
"Edward, this is the phase current, not the DC current. The relationship between the two is governed by the speed of your motor and its torque. Have a look at this note…"
Jun 11
Edward Sellars commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post UAV Electric Propulsion System Survey
"It says that these are 30 amp continuous and 50 amp burst. Does that mean that at 6s I can still hit 50 amp burst since that would be close to 1300 watts? I’m thinking things like takeoff or whatnot where I’m at full throttle for 10-30…"
Jun 10
Zubax Robotics commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post UAV Electric Propulsion System Survey
"Do you support the Active Freewheeling and the engine break at the same time? Yes, these are vector control ESC. do you have the soft startup features for fixed wings to avoid any tail drift? Yes, startup torque is configurable."
May 21
John commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post UAV Electric Propulsion System Survey
"HI, Very nice product.  We have a fixed wings plane, we would like to know: Do you support the Active Freewheeling and the engine break at the same time?  Also, do you have the soft startup features for fixed wings to avoid any tail…"
May 20
Nando te Riele commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post UAV Electric Propulsion System Survey
"Did not notice it got released. Looks good. Thanks."
May 18
Zubax Robotics commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post UAV Electric Propulsion System Survey
"Myxa A/B in the aluminum enclosure are rated for up to 1000 W; the bare-board versions are rated for up to 400 W. The maximum continuous motor phase current is up to 30 A. The following post explains the relation of these figures to the DC current…"
May 18
Subatomic commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post UAV Electric Propulsion System Survey
"Zubax, I looked at your Myxa product line. Maybe I missed it, but what are the amp ratings for the ESCs? "
May 17
Zubax Robotics commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post UAV Electric Propulsion System Survey
"Nando, the product is right here: zubax.com/myxa. No looking forward necessary, it's already available ;)"
May 16
Nando te Riele commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post UAV Electric Propulsion System Survey
"Looks like your just trying to find a size (current and voltage) and application for your esc. I don't really care as long as i can finally buy an esc with good canbus support  for arducopter&PX4 that will give (or has the…"
May 16

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Vladimir "Lazy" Khudyakov commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post UAV Electric Propulsion System Survey
"Please add more info into you post..."
May 15
Zubax Robotics posted a blog post

UAV Electric Propulsion System Survey

Greetings everyone,We at Zubax Robotics conduct research, design, and manufacturing of highly energy-efficient motor controllers and integrated drives for aerospace applications. One of our primary goals is to deliver better motor controllers for the UAV industry. To advance our research, we created a survey that will help us capture some of the needs of the industry.The obtained data will be used to optimize…See More
May 15
Auturgy commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post Evaluating the efficiency of a sensorless propeller drive using UAVCAN GUI Tool
"Pavel, you’ll get much greater visibility at discuss.ardupilot.org"
Nov 10, 2017
Jerry Giant commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post Evaluating the efficiency of a sensorless propeller drive using UAVCAN GUI Tool
"interestingly done"
Nov 7, 2017
Charles Blouin commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post Evaluating the efficiency of a sensorless propeller drive using UAVCAN GUI Tool
"Interesting experiment! With complete characterization of the motor and propeller (using a dyno on the ground), you could obtain mechanical efficiency in flight with this."
Nov 7, 2017
Zubax Robotics posted a blog post

Evaluating the efficiency of a sensorless propeller drive using UAVCAN GUI Tool

So we were testing certain stuff in our lab yesterday, and I thought, why don't we share our approach? That would be such a great way to show off the capabilities of the UAVCAN GUI Tool. Check this out:The video features the following products and instruments:UAVCAN GUI Tool version 0.9Zubax Babel (USB-CAN adapter)…See More
Nov 7, 2017
Zubax Robotics commented on Zubax Robotics's blog post PX4 Sapog and friends
"Yes. In fact, Myxa already supports UAVCAN and is compatible with PX4/APM."
Oct 25, 2017

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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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UAV Electric Propulsion System Survey

Posted on May 15, 2018 at 7:20am 10 Comments

Greetings everyone,

We at Zubax Robotics conduct research, design, and manufacturing of highly energy-efficient motor controllers and integrated drives for aerospace applications. One of our primary goals is to deliver better motor controllers for the UAV industry. To advance our research, we created a survey that will help us capture some of the…

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Evaluating the efficiency of a sensorless propeller drive using UAVCAN GUI Tool

Posted on November 7, 2017 at 8:15am 3 Comments

So we were testing certain stuff in our lab yesterday, and I thought, why don't we share our approach? That would be such a great way to show off the capabilities of the UAVCAN GUI Tool. Check this out:

The video features the following products and instruments:…

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PX4 Sapog and friends

Posted on September 17, 2017 at 1:33pm 13 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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