UAVCAN interface for laser rangefinders for use with Pixhawk and other autopilotsDesigned by Avionics Anonymous in United States of America
What is it? A tiny interface for several Lightware laser rangefinders that allows connection to Pixhawk and other similar autopilots via UAVCAN - A nice robust interface, no sketchy long-distance I...Read More…
A tiny interface for several Lightware laser rangefinders that allows connection to Pixhawk and other similar autopilots via UAVCAN - A nice robust interface, no sketchy long-distance I2C wiring and no hogged serial ports! These lasers are great for use as laser altimeters which help with nice auto landings. Comes fully assembled, ready to use!
Currently supported lasers:
The typical connection to these lasers is I2C, which is a board-level interface - it should never be used for long-distance communications. Some of them can be connected via serial, but these are precious and get used up quickly with radios, GPS's and companion computers.
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