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 our solutions for the current and future needs of the industry and help us alleviate one of the most significant issues of battery-powered UAV, limited endurance. Results of the survey will be shared via email with everyone interested.

Please fill out the survey at

Thank you!

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Comment by Vladimir "Lazy" Khudyakov on Tuesday

Please add more info into you post...

Comment by Nando te Riele on Wednesday

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 potential to give) the flight controle software: Current, RPM, temperature, errors (out of sync or other) perhaps even a torque calculation. 

Really looking forward to your product.

Comment by Zubax Robotics on Wednesday

Nando, the product is right here: No looking forward necessary, it's already available ;)

Comment by Subatomic on Friday

Zubax, I looked at your Myxa product line. Maybe I missed it, but what are the amp ratings for the ESCs? 

Comment by Zubax Robotics on Friday

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 you're asking about: (the relationship is rather complex)

Comment by Nando te Riele on Friday

Did not notice it got released.

Looks good.



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