V5 AutoPilot® is an advanced autopilot designed and made in CUAV® . The board is is based on the FMUv5 open hardware design. It is fully compatible with both PX4 and ArduPilot firmware. intended primarily for academic and commercial develop.
Main FMU Processor: STM32F765
32 Bit Arm® Cortex®-M7, 216MHz, 2MB memory, 512KB RAM
IO Processor: STM32F100
32 Bit Arm® Cortex®-M3, 24MHz, 8KB SRAM
8-14 PWM outputs (6 from IO, 8 from FMU)
3 dedicated PWM/Capture inputs on FMU
Dedicated R/C input for CPPM
Dedicated R/C input for ppm/DSM and S.Bus
analog / PWM RSSI input
S.Bus servo output
5 general purpose serial ports
4 I2C ports
4 SPI buses
2 CANBuses with serial ESC
Analog inputs for voltage / current of 2 batteries
USB Input: 4.75~5.25V
Servo Rail Input: 0~36V
Weight and Dimensions:
Operating temperature: -20 ~ 80°c（Measured value）
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DSU7 is a new interface for cuav naming, including fmu swd and uart7 interfaces. When V5 runs PX4 firmware,uart7 is used as the DEBUG interface; when running ArduPilot firmware; uart7 is used as the communication serial port and usb is used to debug the output.
The RCIN interface is limited to powering the rc receiver and cannot be connected to any power/load.
V5 AutoPilot can be triple-redundant on the power supply if three power sources are supplied. The three power rails are: POWER1, POWER2 and USB.
The output power rails FMU PWM OUT and I/O PWM OUT (0V to 36V) do not power the flight controller board (and are not powered by it). You must supply power to one of POWER1, POWER2 or USB or the board will be unpowered.
Normal Operation Maximum Ratings
Under these conditions all power sources will be used in this order to power the system:
The system's serial console and SWD interface operate on the FMU Debug port. Simply connect the FTDI cable to the Debug & F7 SWD connector. To access the I/O Debug port, the user must remove the V5-AutoPilot shell. Both ports have standard serial pins and can be connected to a standard FTDI cable (3.3V, but 5V tolerant).