Pixhawk1 is coming to an end

Pixhawk1 is coming to an end

Unfortunately, Pixhawk1 is coming to an end due to most components being already discontinued, we know many people love it and trust it (we still sell a lot of them)

Would you feel less sad if we offered you an option million lightyears better, with the same factor, after we stop Pixhawk1 production?
 
As a gift to our community, at mRobotics we will offer Control Zero Classic AKA. Pixhawk1 Pro. So we can peacefully put Pixhawk1 on its well-deserved retirement, but provide some of you another option.
CZC is based on our well tested Control Zero platform, which is currently used by fortune 500 military and research entities around the world, with several hundred hours of usage in harsh conditions. We would like to share more data, but… Those NDAs are killing all the fun! It is so successful that believe it or not, it is being considered to go to another planet.
 
Offers brand new voltage selectable buffers that are compatible with DShot, 12 PWM outputs, and yes… An H7 microcontroller, and half the price. Among other features.
 
What do you think? 
 
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  • Hello Doug, thank you for your comments. DJI and DIY stuff are two different things. Both good!

    DIY stuff is like going to Home Depot to buy wood, screws, nails and paint to create your own furniture to your imagination and exactly as you need. - You adapt it to you. -

    While DJI is like going to Bed Bath & Beyond and looking for the prefabricated furniture that is ready to use that suits your needs. - You adapt to it. -

    Lots of DIY hardware is used as a raw material to create ready-to-use products and solutions. That has created great companies for specific targets.
    Let's say that DIY is used by research and development centers, B2B, governments and academies.
  • I have 3 pixhawks and love them, however, I doubt I will 'move on' to another generation. They are serving me well for what I want and I love doing missions but after having a taste of the DJI Mavic and its' unbelievable FPV screen and vision range, I will be going in that direction in future.
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