Zubax Robotics Orel 20
Item: Orel 20 ESC, BLDC Doubly Redundant CAN Bus Motor Controller. The Orel 20 electronic speed controller features a wide operating temperature range and high bandwidth which is essential for multi-rotor applications.
Firmware: This ESC will ship with Sapog v2.0 firmware which fixes bugs and improves overall stability over the previous version
- Voltage: 9-18V
- Maximum Continuous Power: 350 Watts (1000W Peak)
- Maximum Continuous Current: 20A (55A Peak)
- Firmware: PX4 Sapog
- Power wires include 3.5mm male bullet connectors
- Motor wires include 3.5mm female bullet connectors
- Weight (with wires and connectors attached): 26 grams
Devices which are known to support UAVCAN peripherals:
• Pixhawk Autopilot Series (both PX4 and APM firmware): Pixhawk, Pixhawk 2, Pixhawk 3 Pro, Pixracer
• Intel Aero
Full Hardware Specifications: https://files.zubax.com/products/io.px4.sapog/Zubax_Orel_20_Datasheet.pdf
Firmware Specifications: https://files.zubax.com/products/io.px4.sapog/Sapog_v2_Reference_Manual.pdf
For more information about this item, feel free to visit the Zubax website: https://zubax.com/product/zubax-orel-20
- Micro UAVCAN Patch Cable
- UAVCAN Micro to DF13 Adapter Cable
- UAVCAN Micro Termination Plug (JST GH Version)
Please contact us for pricing and availability on other Zubax Robotics items!
Note: The illustration above displays a non-redundant, single CAN bus configuration.
Notice to Pixhawk Users Who Use PX4 Firmware (this does not apply to APM users): We have been made aware that CAN support on the original Pixhawk autopilot (FMUv2) has become limited due to the overwhelming migration of the PX4 development community to the Pixhawk 2 autopilot (FMUv3). If you intend to use this Zubax product on the original Pixhawk (FMUv2), feel free to obtain PX4 firmware release v1.4.4 from GitHub (click here) to achieve CAN functionality. Note that there might be other PX4 firmware editions that provide CAN compatibility and the one provided has been done by courtesy only. It is the responsibility of the end user to test and use open source autopilot firmware at their own discretion.