# MindRacer Hardware
PX4 does not manufacture this (or any) autopilot. Contact the manufacturer (opens new window) for hardware support or compliance issues.
This flight controller is manufacturer supported.
# Quick Summary
MindRacer is a fully stackable flight platform for miniature UAVs. Based on MindPX, MindRacer further scales down in formfactor while focused on providing modularity. MindRacer is a platform rather than a flight controller.
MindRacer implements the SEP (soldering-elimination-port) and WEP (wiring-elimination-protocol) concepts. Before SEP and WEP, soldering and wiring are always the major pain and efficiency killer during UAV manufacturing and tuning.
The main hardware documentation is here (opens new window).
- Ultra mini size, weight ~6g
- High performance STM32F427 168MHz floating point processor, super fast throttle response
- Support OneShot ESC
- Support PPM/SBUS/DSM radio receivers, support D.Port/S.Port/Wifi telemetry
- On board flight data recorder
- Support IMU isolation
- DroneCode® standard compliance connector
|PWM Outputs||maximum 6|
|Telemetry||FrSky® D.Port, S.Port, Wifi, 3DR radio|
|On board TF card for flight data recording||YES|
|OneShot ESC Support||YES|
|On board Real time clock||YES|
|Connector||JST GH(compliance with DroneCode standard)|
# Quick Start
# Pin-out Map
# How to Build
Most users will not need to build this firmware! It is pre-built and automatically installed by QGroundControl when appropriate hardware is connected.
To build PX4 for this target:
# Companion PC Connection
MindRacer has an attached Adapt IO board.
MindRacer has a built-in UART-to-USB converter. To connect a companion computer, stack MindRacer on an interface board, and connect the companion computer to the USB port on the interface board.
And the max BAUD rate is the same with px4 family, which is up to 921600.
# User Guide
The user guide is here (opens new window)
# Where to Buy
MindRacer is available at AirMind Store (opens new window). You can also find MindRacer at Amazon® or eBay®.
Please visit http://www.mindpx.org for more information. Or you can send email to firstname.lastname@example.org for any inquiries or help.