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The Revo uses the STM32F4 CPU which uses a hardware floating point unit (FPU,) that represents a huge advancement for hobby-class autopilots. This FPU allows precise, low-latency processing of real-life measurements using advanced attitude estimation algorithms.
In addition to an integral FPU, the STM32F405RGT6 chip has the ARM Cortex-M4 core at 210MIPS and saturation arithmetic DSP functions.
The CPU has a range of built-in hardware modules that can be programmed once and function independently, requiring little to no CPU overhead.
These include 14 multi-channel timers, 3 synchronous-sampling ADCs serving up to 24 channels, 2 DAC, matrix memory controller with 16-stream DMA.
Communication modules include USB2.0, 3 x I2C, 3 x SPI, 4 x USART, 2 x CAN and SIDO. All these modules can be configured for accessing the chip pins using a flexible switch matrix, or disabled to save power. USB connectivity ensures that software updates and settings are straightforward to make in the GCS (Ground Control Station.)
The Revo is a flight control computer with autopilot, intended for multirotors, helicopters and fixed wings. It is a 6DOF with gyroscope/accelerometer only, no magnetometer and no pressure sensors and no radio link.
â€¢ Open source development
â€¢ Flexi-IO Port for input/output
â€¢ MainPort (Telemetry) serial USART w/adjustable baud rate.
â€¢ FlexiPort for telemetry funtions
â€¢ Power Sensor/Sonar Port
â€¢ STM32F4 32 bit CPU
â€¢ ARM32 powered digital packet processor
â€¢ USB2.0, I2C, SPI, USART, CAN and SIDO communication modules
â€¢ 14 Multi-channel timers
â€¢ 3-Axis gyro
â€¢ 3-Axis accelerometer
â€¢ PWM/PPM for configuration with Futaba, FrSky, Spektrum (inc satellite) receivers and many others.