mRo Control Zero the New nano Autopilot


Recommended Posts

The new miniature high-end Autopilot designed for any type of unmanned vehicle.

high-performance autopilot, specially designed for advanced/professional users who require the best of the best with minimal space.mRo-Control-Zero-SD-Logo-1000x932.jpg

The mRo Control Zero is a clean sheet design with triple IMU sensors. It is featuring the ICM-20948 9DOF (3-axis accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer) which is based on the legendary, field-proven and fully supported MPU-9250 and the ICM20602 6DOF (3-axis accelerometer, gyroscope), both with several thousand hours of flying.

Also, we squeezed in the new German-made Bosch BMI088 6DOF that features a proprietary internal vibration dampening system specially designed for aerial robotics. Together with the ICMs, this combination will ensure the best performance in all situations.

The new included DPS310 barometer is more sensitive than the venerable MS5611 without the noise and light sensitivity.

Built for Builders!

Control Zero, in its core, is a universal development board! The mRo Control Zero comes fully supported by PX4[Coming soon] and Ardupilot. If you require further customization, the Control Zero will come with all the libraries and examples that will allow you to initialize and access all the board sensors and functions directly via our reference code.

en.STM32CubeIDE-600x295.jpg

Yes, you will be able to create your custom software for this board in no time, no need to worry about initializing everything (We did it for you). The software is written in C and utilizes a free, easy to install Eclipse-based IDE and supplied by ST. All is included for free with the sole purpose of giving you access to learn, edit, and improve. Be sure to read and understand ST Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) license.

But… Be aware of the “limitations” of C, any careless handling of a single byte can potentially provoke a buffer overflow (don’t worry, it won’t damage the board). But hey, This how we all learned at some point, right? The recommended IDE also supports C++ so that you can jump to objects anytime you wish to.

Learn more about what is the mRo Control Zero Autopilot

To Buy click here

mRo-Control-Zero-size-hand-225x300.jpg

IMG-0542-1-4032x2016.jpg

Edited by pemase
  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
  • 1 year later...

I am trying to set up a Control Zero F7.  I have it wired up per their Quick Start guide, the minimal set up.

I have a separate battery for servo power and another battery for the power module.

When I turn everything on--I get the green light on my RX and flashing lights on the Control Zero and MRO GPS unit

The Servos will not respond to any TX input and appear to not receive any signal from the RX.  What am I missing here?

HOQUIAM 

Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.