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     Ralf Corsepius
 
     Ralf Corsepius
 
     KEIL ELEKTRONIK GmbH
 
     KEIL ELEKTRONIK GmbH
 
=HB-MINI-planar Autopilot=
 
Due the progress in sensor electronics it was possible to design a autopilot with one planar PCB.
 
Compared to the HB-Autopilot V1.0  the following differences are given:
 
• use of new planar sensors: magnetsesor HMC5743, rate sensors LPR530AL LY530ALH or IDG500, IXZ500
 
• only one free 16Bit ADC input, and free 8 ADC Inputs with 10 bit, no intern difference pressure sensor, the 16Bit ADC is optional.
 
• dimensions 57mm*30mm* 11mm, cost: 26Euro for the 4 layer pcb, and 170 to 180 with all sensors. For normal plane aircrafts you can save about 60 Euro (no magnetsensor, no 16 Bit ADC, no pressure sensor)
 
 
== Block Architecture ==
 
[[Image:Block.jpg]]
 
== Circuit Diagram page 1 ==
 
[[Image:HB_MINI_Strom1.jpg]]
 
== Circuit Diagram page 2 ==
 
[[Image:HB_MINI_Strom2.jpg]]
 
 
 
== Foto of Top side of PCB ==
 
[[Image:HB_Mini_Toppcb.jpg]]
 
 
== Foto of Bottom side of PCB ==
 
[[Image:HB_MINI_Bottompcb.jpg ]]
 
 
== HB-MINI-Autopilot on a Quadrocopter ==
 
[[Image:HB_MINI_Mount.jpg]]
 
 
 
== HB-MINI-Autopilot first Quadrocopter flight ==
 
[[Image:HB_MINI_Flight.jpg]]
 

Revision as of 09:22, 24 December 2010

HB_Autopilot Solutions

HB-Autopilot V1.0

The HB_Autopilot V1.0 hardware was built in Bremen based on Tiny 1.3 and Tiny 2.2 hardware. It uses like booz a mcu and sensor pcb. The sensor pcb has same extensions to the booz pcb: temperature sensor pressure sensor with 24Bit ADC and difference pressure sensor. It can be used for a fixed wing aircraft or work with quadrocopters or helicopters.

Source: http://www.akaflieg.hs-bremen.de Andreas Dei Report: http://www.akaflieg.hs-bremen.de/download/HB-Autopilot.pdf



HB_Autopilot Images

Detailed Images


Block Architecture

Block Schematic.jpg


Hardware Source Files

Hardware- and software- files can be found here: https://www.akaflieg.hs-bremen.de/trac/akaflieg/wiki/airborne/hw/autopilot

Bill Of Material

For now you can see the BOM from Hardware Source Files.

Authors

Team staff:

   Heinrich Warmers  hwarmers at hs-bremen.de
   Oliver Riesener   oliver.riesener at hs-bremen.de

Student work:

   Andreas Dei       andreas.dei at gmx.de    
   Thu Nguyen
   Christoph Niemann
   Henning Sauerland
   Malte Lorbach
   Arthur Neumann
   Johannes Behn

Authors of external sources:

   Killagreg
   R O SoftWare
   Michael Walter
   Ralf Corsepius
   KEIL ELEKTRONIK GmbH