MP2128ᴸᴿᶜ² Enclosed Fixed-Wing UAV Autopilot 900 MHz

MP2128ᴸᴿᶜ² Enclosed Fixed-Wing UAV Autopilot 900 MHz

MP2128LRC2 Enclosed Fixed-Wing UAV Autopilot 900 MHz is equipped with full airside and groundside UAV system components, the MP2128LRC2 is MicroPilot’s premium UAV autopilot package.

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Description

MP2128LRC2 Enclosed Fixed-Wing UAV Autopilot 900 MHz is equipped with full airside and groundside UAV system components, the MP2128LRC2 is MicroPilot’s premium UAV autopilot package. This long-range communication (LRC) autopilot provides an integrated, redundant, long-range data communication link. With this feature, operators benefit from greater distance and flexibility.

MicroPilot’s LRC enclosed autopilots are lightweight, yet protected with a rugged aluminum enclosure. This autopilot is for fixed-wing vehicles and comes with a 900 MHz frequency radio modem to fulfill the requirements of your area of flight.

The LRC ground unit uses standard, off-the-shelf radio modems with three popular frequency band choices (see below), as well as versions for either fixed-wing or helicopter. This product adds RC control information to the existing GCS datalink and a second redundant datalink, which reduces possible failure modes. In addition, LRC units provide automatic emergency override.

The LRC is lightweight, yet enclosed in a rugged aluminum housing that protects its sensitive electronics. What’s more, these electronics are convenient to install on a variety of airframes.

 

 

MP2128LRC2 Enclosed Fixed-Wing UAV Autopilot 900 MHz features:

  • The LRC’s 1-watt data radio modem provides reliable communications for telemetry and GCS-originated control at a range greater than 10km
  • Fly-by-radio modem capability lets you manually pilot your UAV to a range greater than 10 km and is compatible with off-the-shelf JR and Futaba transmitters
  • Dual radio modem design allows for two distinct frequencies for manual control due to RF interference
  • Redundant microprocessors provide manual control even in the event of a complete autopilot failure
  • The LRC’s small, low-weight but rugged aluminum enclosure protects sensitive electronics and is convenient to install in a variety of airframes
  • By preventing interference with other UAV subsystems, the aluminum enclosure provides optimum EMI/RFI protection that simplifies integration
  • With three control modes including autopilot, manually piloted and emergency direct servo override, you can be confident that your UAV will perform in all scenarios. Automatic switch between manually piloted and emergency direct servo mode allows instant recovery
  • In the event of both autopilot and communications failure, a failsafe watchdog timer activates the parachute
  • The LRC’s high current drivers simplify on/off control of onboard devices such as lights and cameras
  • Integrating the data radio modem, ADC converters, and high current drivers into a single package dramatically simplifies your wiring harness, reducing possible failure modes
  • Aviation grade connectors integrated into package

 

Package includes:

MP2128g2 autopilot system, a compass module, and an ADC module integrated all into an aluminium protective casing. Available in 900 MHz or 2.4 GHz, option with dual redundant data link available. HORIZON ground control software is included.

 

About MicroPilot

Started in 1994, with 1,000 clients in over 85 countries, MicroPilot is the world leader in professional autopilots for UAVs and MAVs. MicroPilot is an ISO 9001 autopilot manufacturer to bring to market an ISO 9001 sub 30 gram autopilot, triple redundant autopilot, and full-function general purpose autopilot. MicroPilot offers a family of lightweight UAV autopilots that can fly fixed-wing, transitional, helicopter, and multirotor UAVs. MicroPilot also provides complementary products such as the XTENDERmp SDK, trueHWIL2.

Servos
elevon, flaperons, 4 servo flap/aileron, separate flaps, v-tail, x-tail, split rudders: yes
servo outputs: 12
servo update rate: 50 Hz
separate servo and main battery power supply: yes
separate voltage monitor for main and servo battery power supplies: yes
integrated RC override: yes
servo resolution: 11bit

Control System
PID loop update rate: 30 Hz
gain scheduling for optimum performance: yes
rudder aileron feed forward for improved turn performance: yes
aileron elevator feed forward for improved altitude hold during turns: yes
autonomous takeoff and landing: yes
user definable PID feedback loops: yes
user definable table lookup functions: yes

Sensors
airspeed max speed: 500kph
altimeter max altitude: 12000m
2G, 3-axis accelerometers: yes
3-axis rate gyro: yes
max angular rate: 300° sec

Navigation
GPS update rate: 4 Hz
move servo at waypoint: yes
change altitude at waypoint: yes
change airspeed at waypoint: yes
user definable holding patterns: yes
user definable error handlers (loss of GPS, low battery etc.): yes
RPV and UAV modes: yes
supports DGPS accuracy: yes
waypoint command buffer: 1,000

Telemetry, Datalog & Video
telemetry (user defined fields transmitted each second): 100/600
telemetry update rate: 5 to 30 Hz
onboard datalog 52 fields plus 24 user definable fields: 3MB
datalog update rate: 5 Hz or 30 Hz

Ground Control Station
HORIZONmp ground control software included with system: yes
MP2128g autopilot simulator for operator training: yes
in-flight adjustable gains: yes
change waypoints in-flight: yes
payload servos controlled from ground station: yes
point-and-click waypoint editor: yes

Physical Characteristics
embedded long-range data communication link, frequency-hopping, spread-spectrum 2.4 GHz, 900MHz, other frequencies optional: yes
high current drivers, GCS controlled: 8
analog sensor inputs to be displayed on the GCS: 8
control modes: 2
autopilot mode: (UAV/RPV)
manually piloted for emergency response
range of input voltage: 6 to 12v
size: L138xW78xH43mm
failsafe watchdog timer: yes