The new Flight-Ctrl V3.0 integrates the Navi-Ctrl


The new Flight-Ctrl V3.0 integrates now the Navi-Control board: This is the new autopilot for MikroKopter - precise piloting with 32-bit navigation control combined in one single board.
Proven technology has been integrated into a circuit board, equipped with new features and designed to be extensible for future requirements.
MikroKopter Flight-Ctrl V3.0

The Flight-Ctrl V3.0 has been improved for camera integration: In conjunction with our camera control (CAMCtrl) functions such as zoom or recording can be controlled. At the same time you get the MikroKopter telemetry feedback about the status of the camera.

With an optional Hot-shoe adapter the exact GPS triggering position will be stored in a separate data file on the integrated SD card.

To use a redundant system (ie 2 autopilot to increase security), a completely new communication interface (CAN bus) has been integrated. The user receives system information from both systems via telemetry.

The implementation of the CAN bus system opens up new possibilities for the future. Additional inputs and outputs, as well as a free UART interface are also integrated for future use. It will be activated via a software update.
A Redundant data bus (I2C & UART) for controlling the brushless motors, is already implemented in the hardware greatly improving the UAV's security and reliability.

Source code, libraries, protocols, and a special 'compile' license are available for developers. For example, for integration or connection of additional sensors or hardware (Raspberry Pi, RTK applications, collision detection / avoidance, etc.).

Waypoint-planning and telemetry output is possible by a PC program, as well as the Android app MK tablet tool (MK-TT). For these function, a wireless data interface can be connected (Like RangeExtender). Telemetry and voice output via a HoTT or Jeti Transmitter keeps you informed about the actual state of your MikroKopter (altitude, distance, voltage, speed, etc.).

Of course, standard functions such as Position Hold, Coming Home and FailSafe functions are supported.

The electronics is equipped with a wide range of high quality sensors (gyroscopes, accelerometers, barometric pressure sensor). The autopilot can be used up to an altitude of 5000m ASL.

The built-in Flight recorder saves all important operating data onto the built-in micro-SD card. This data can be analyzed by a special tool. The flight path can be shown on Google Earth.

The servo outputs (for example, to connect a camera gimbal) are located on a small adapter board (TinyServo adapter). This can be mounted on an easily accessible position. An optional servo adapter with its own voltage regulator is available, for example to control more powerful servos.

The following navigation features are possible:
  • Simulation of flights: the complete flight can be simulated incl. waypoints, manual flight by transmitter, automatic camera
    triggering, etc.
  • Automatic PositionHold
  • Automatic ComingHome
  • Waypoint flights incl. GPS-Positions altitudes, etc.
  • Automatic camera triggering in certain distances
  • Failsafe-positions in case of RC-transmission loss
  • Point-Of-Interest: The camera points automatically to the POI.
  • Automatic flight of pattern and areas
  • Automatic creation of panoramas
  • Writing a logfile on the SD-card with all important information
  • Writing a camera-logfile for the camera triggering -> for example with external trigger input (hot shoe contact)
  • Connectivity
  • Receiver with telemetry -> Display of all important data in HoTT or Jeti transmitter systems
  • External servo outputs to control camera gimbals
  • Connection of a trigger input (hot shoe contact) -> the camera release positions are logged in a seperate logfile
  • Serial interface for connection to a wireless interface -> example for path-planning and configuration
  • Free serial port, to connect to RTK GPS systems for example (by later software updates)
  • Three seperate I2C busses -> BL-controller, Compass, camera control, etc.
  • Three analog inputs -> the values are recorded in the logfile
  • Trigger output for triggering a camera
  • Connection for CAMCtrl -> controlling of SONY cameras incl. Zoom and feedback to the transmitter (REC, counters for photos, etc.)
  • Switching output for led lights
  • Redundant, serial data bus to the BL-V3 controllers
  • CAN bus: for example, for connecting a redundant flight control or other periperals
  • SD card slot: for the flight recorder, camera log files, configuration files, etc.


The MikroKopter system is distinguished by its reliability, versatility, scalability, robustness and high technology with endless possibilities that make of it the perfect choice for professionals.

Advantages:
  • System made in Germany (replacement parts and upgrades quickly available)
  • Modular implementation flexibility and ease of upgrade)
  • High-quality gyroscope (MEMS technology) from Analog Devices


    Your can find the new MikroKopter Flight-Ctrl V3.0 here.




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