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mRo Pixracer Pro! New Autopilot in a standard form factor

Because the Ardupilot community asked for it. Here’s the new mRo Pixracer Pro with tons of functionalities.

4 years after the original mRo Pixracer was designed and proven mRobotics recognized the need to bring the design to the forefront of open source flight controllers.

With the mRo Pixracer Pro mRobotics maintained everything that the community loved about the original mRo Pixracer and improved every deficiency that was known. The resulting fight controller is destined to become the new goto flight controller for developers and a rock solid foundation for commercial and industrial systems.

Check out all the specs:

Main Processor: 32-bit STM32H743IIK6 Cortex M7 RISC core with FPU 460 MHz
IO Processor: No
RAM: 1024 KB RAM
Flash: 2 MB FRAM
Crypto / Hash Processor: No
Accelerometers / Gyros / Mags: Yes
Invensense/TDK ICM-20602 (6DOF)
Invensense/TDK ICM-20948 (9DOF)

Sensors - Dampened: Bosch BMI088 (6DOF) (internally vibration dampened)
Internal Magnetometer: AK09916 inside ICM-20948
B arometric Pressure Sensor: DPS310
Interfaces and Protocols

6x UART (serial ports) [2x with HW flow control,1x FRSky Telemetry (D or X types), 2x General Purpose & 1x GPS+I2C].
1x PPM sum input signal
8x PWM outputs (all DShot capable)
1x RSSI (PWM or voltage) input
1x I2C
1x SPI
2x CAN
1x JTAG (TC2030 Connector)
3x Ultra low noise LDO voltage regulator
Supported RC input protocols:
Spektrum DSM / DSM2 / DSM-X® Satellite compatible input and binding.
Futaba S.BUS® & S.BUS2® compatible input.
FRSky Telemetry port output.
Graupner SUMD.Yuneec ST24.


-External USB-C

Pin Headers: Yes - 8 Servo
Conformal Coating: No
Extended Testing and Burn In: No
Custom Carrier Board Support: No
LED: Yes (Tricolor)
Dimensions: Width: 36mm (1.42”) / Length: 36mm (1.42”)
Weight: 11.56g (.40 oz)
Mounting Holes: 4mm holes at 31.5mm spacing, Silicone grommets for m3 screws
Protector Case: No

[Quality] and Typical Platforms [High-End]
-Automatic Tractors


I’ve done a test fly with this new board…, the fly was smooth and stable.
During the fly i don’t have saw too much spikes due barometric change.
The dual CAN BUS ports give you a good option if you need can applications…you can connect directly a can periph or with a can node you can convert an i2c or UART periph into a CAN periph.
The form factor of the board is good, and it can be use in medium of big frames.

I love my pixracers, this one promises great with eight outputs

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