Look inside the NXP drone world and you’ll find a system solution loaded with components from across the company. We have what’s needed to power future drones and rovers safely, securely and reliably.
Learn about robotic vehicles by participating in www.Hovergames.com challenges and using the HoverGames drone kit and add-on components below.
The first starter developer kit (KIT-HGDRONEK66) includes components for a base platform. A LiPo battery and telemetry radio specific to your country is to be purchased separately. A 180 MHz Kinetis Arm® Cortex®-M4 MCU is used in the flight controller. On board is an IMU (accelerometer, gyro, magnetometer) and included are 2x CAN-bus, and 2 wire automotive Ethernet in additional to standard PWM outputs, I2C, SPI, and UARTS.
Additional peripherals and add-on components shown here enhance the capability of your robotic system.
Complete carbon fiber quadcopter drone kit using RDDRONE-FMUK66 FMU reference design.
|KIT-HGDRONERT6||(Coming 2020) Complete quadcopter drone kit using i.MX RT1060 MCU FMU reference design|
433 MHz (Europe) telemetry radio for KIT-HGDRONEK66.
915 MHz (USA) telemetry radio for KIT-HGDRONEK66.
|Individual Reference design boards||Type of Reference Design|
|RDDRONE-FMUK66||FMU - Flight Management Unit using Kinetis K66 180 MHz MCU. Supplied blank unprogrammed. Supported by PX4.io Project. NuttX RTOS. Capable of running bare metal, other RTOS, and Flightstacks.|
|RDDRONE-IOT||Interface between FMUs and Rapid-IOT module providing dual CLICK module sockets, and DroneCode connector standard CAN, UART, Power, and Debugger interfaces. Add “mobile IOT” capability to your drone.|
|RDDRONE-BMS772||Smart battery management system using MC33772B. Includes onboard MCU, I2C/SBUS CAN interfaces, A1007 Secure authentication element, and NTAG5 NFC tag. Used for investigating smart battery applications.|