I want to build my own board, but in the docs I don’t see any list of microcontrollers, only a list of board.
Is there a firmware for generic devices? what microcontrollers supports arducopter? Is there a list of components (GPS, battery, gyroscope…)?
We support STM32 F4, F7 and H7 families with at least 2Mb
The list of supported gps can be found under:
The list of battery under:
The list of Gyro under:
Do you have another limitation (CPU, RAM, etc)?
why you only support STM32 family?
If you only support STM, that mean, there is a circuit schematic for your firmware?
This kind of info should be there in the docs, for people who wants use custom boards (.h and .cpp files is not very intuitive).
A real good search could help you…
and we also support linux (rPI, BeagleBone, Xilinx FPGAs, x86)
You do not need to read nor edit .cpp files. You just need to write a .dat file like described in the documentation above.
I was referring to the sensor list, because I would never have thought that the sensors would be in the library. If you have a link to the docs that talk about sensors, I’d be grateful if you provide them to me.
Yes, I already know that, I don’t have a STM, also never used one before (it might take 1-2 months to get to my country). I was hoping for more microcontrollers that would be easy to get here, this is why I was asking for more hardware limitations, for know what boards I need to buy for testing (meanwhile, I’m waiting for the STM)
Sorry if I didn’t write it well, my English is bad. But I was referring to sensor list, I would never have thought that the sensors would be in the library.
But thanks for the link, I already assumed that there would be a file that includes all the pins, addresses, etc, you saved me time.
I was thinking of using an ESP32, but I only find info for how to use as external module or antenna. I don’t have many options.
There is some experimental work being done to port to ESP32 - see the ArduPilot Discord chat (https://ardupilot.org/dev/docs/ardupilot-discord-server.html)