($7) just does what it says: allows you to connect four I2C sensors to APM via the I2C port. You can daisy-chain them if you need even more ;-)
Added by Chris Anderson on December 5, 2010 at 11:30pm —
AUAV Co. team is proud to announce two new useful gadgets - an I2C AIRSPEED sensor and 3.3/5V UNIVERSAL I2C HUB.…
Added by Nick Arsov on April 27, 2016 at 5:13am —
Good day everyone,
I am working on a uav project at university. We want to integrate ultra sonic sensors with the paparazzi to use for auto takeoff and landing. We want to do this by using the I2C port. Does enyone know how one would adapt the source kode of the paparazzi in order to do this?
Added by Jano Visser on October 23, 2009 at 2:46am —
Arduino compatible shield simplifies the programming required to get GPS data while improving speed and flexibility. From Hack a Day
Added by Shannon Morrisey on May 24, 2011 at 3:23pm —
Added by Jack Crossfire on January 31, 2013 at 4:53am —
Here's a great tutorial
on how to connect multiple Arduinos using the I2C protocal. This is similar to what we're doing with the dual-core ArduPilot… Continue
Added by Chris Anderson on September 19, 2008 at 2:19pm —
For my own rover, Data Bus, I've been working on a board that converts Sharp range sensors to I2C.
I ran out of analog ports and had to prototype an I2C solution for my obstacle detection. I have this problem on all my robots. Pokey has too few analog ports. And I want to run a few of these on my RPi tele-rover.
They'll work with any Sharp… Continue
Added by Bot Thoughts on August 22, 2013 at 11:00am —
n various groups and blogs I peruse on here, there's been talk about I2C
control of servos (as opposed to standard PWM). This certainly solves several problems, as it allows one I/O port (I2C
) to service over a hundred servos with ease. With some built-in intelligence, the servo itself can… Continue
Added by Lew Payne on May 6, 2010 at 12:30pm —
Mikrokopter UAV are very common in Germany. They use their own Brushless ESCs, controlled with i2c by their own Flightcontrol. Continue
From now on, it is easy possible, to convert a Mikrokopter UAV into a fully featured ArduCopter with a Pixhawk or PX4 only by replacing the FlightControl&NaviControl.…
Added by Marco Bauer on April 18, 2014 at 12:00pm —
All along along, the brushless motor speed controller (ESC) of
four-rotor aircraft mostly use I2C digital communication. It put all
brushless motor speed controller connection in series on the bus through
two data lines (one for the clock SCL, one for data SDA), and send the
control signals to brushless… Continue
Added by infmetry on October 2, 2010 at 1:00am —
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 noise/ripple <10-12mV
- Analog + I2C…
Added by Nick Arsov on June 17, 2015 at 6:30am —
HMC5883L is a 3-axis digital compass from Honeywell. Communication with the HMC5883L is simple and all done through an I2C interface. There is no on-board regulator, so a regulated voltage of 2.16-3.6VDC should be supplied. Continue
This breadboard-friendly board breaks out pins to a 4-pin 0.1" pitch header. We've also put two 10k pull-up resistors on the I2C…
Added by CrashingDutchman on September 13, 2011 at 11:24am —
My first attempt at communications was going to be I2C, with the ArduIMU as a writing master, and the Nano as a reading slave. I had hoped that the 5V nano would be OK with the 3.3V magnetometer, but COMMs were never achieved, and it seems to have damaged the mag.
So, back to serial, while I wait for FedEx to bring my early xmas gift.… Continue
Added by James Cann on November 30, 2010 at 4:23pm —
The ardupilot development team is proud to announce the release of version 3.0.2 of APM:Plane. This release combines some important bug fixes with some new features. Continue
I2C bug fix
The most important change for this release is a bug fix for an I2C bug in the NuttX I2C driver…
Added by Andrew Tridgell on May 3, 2014 at 11:51pm —
I wanted two way communication with my aircraft, but when the GPS is running, the Arduino board only has 1 side of its single serial port available, so I added another Arduino Mini to provide 2-way communication between my ground station and the aircraft.
The additional board consists of a 5 volt Arduino Mini Pro, with a ATMega 328 chip running at 16 mHz, and a Spark Fun 5 volt carrier board for the XBee. That's it. I had to move my Gyro to this new board, cause I used I2c to link… Continue
Added by Pete Burnight on October 6, 2009 at 10:46am —
I know openLRS was slowest opensource project ever and i didnt release it since 5 months. But i will do that in 24 hours.
Today i tested the I2C functions for direct stabilization applications. OpenLRS receiver including serial and I2C ports for GPS and Sensors. Add a gyro / acc / magnetometer and you have an multicopter controller (or autopilot). you dont need an external receiver / autopilot or extra cabling between rc equipments and telemetry coming internally too… Continue
Added by Melih Karakelle on May 9, 2011 at 12:50pm —
is the world’s first integrated 6-axis motion processor that eliminates gyro/accel cross-axis misalignment and offers dramatic package size reduction compared with multi-chip solutions. The MPU-6000 has an embedded 3-axis gyroscope, 3-axis…
Added by Chris Anderson on November 9, 2010 at 11:00am —
Looks like no one posted this yet. Good to see some innovation and improvements from HK…
Added by Jonathan Hair on July 3, 2014 at 6:30am —
I have not posted up anything in a month so thought I should give an overview of what I've designed. Unfortunately I have hit a LARGE snag in that BatchPCB is basically broken for international orders as no shipping options appear and so you cannot buy anything (its been like this since January). 5 months of waiting to produce these (no international shipping) and I'm pretty… Continue
Added by Ritchie on June 15, 2011 at 7:00am —
MaxBotix Inc., has now released the I2CXL-MaxSonar-EZ ultrasonic sensors for sale to the public.
We are excited about this new product offering especially in regards to the multicopter community. These are now the best sensors we have available for your application. The new sensor models still have the… Continue
Added by Carl Myhre on August 2, 2012 at 5:10pm —