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CUAV Rainproof Structure Drone SKYE CAN Airspeed Sensor


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Features
SKYE Airspeed sensor has an automatic heated pitot tube mechanism.
Heated pitot airspeed sensors are highly demanded in DIY UAVs by
using Pixhawk flight controllers, it makes the drones to be more
reliable and improve the robustness of the avionics systems.
By using SKYE heated airspeed sensor you can have a deicing
feature and reduce the probability of measurement error.
SKYE sensor has a Dual Temperature Control System to do the
airspeed compensation automatically hence significantly improving
the safety level of the drone and making it operational in harsh
environments. It can also pass the IP44 protection standard.
In the end, by processing collected data with a highly integrated
STM32F4 processor and industrial-level CAN interface you can
easily use it with most Pixhawk flight controllers or any
Drone CAN-supported flight controls.
SKYE Airspeed sensor Features:
Built-in STM32F4 processor
Drone CAN Protocol
Dual temperature compensation system
Intelligent de-icing
IP44 protection class
Automatic drainage design
Product Details
* Main Parameter
Processor:STM32F4
Protocol: Drone CAN
Pitot tube temperature control type: Resistance heating
Airspeed sensor:MS5525
* Sensor performance
Airspeed measurement range:±500km/h
Airspeed accuracy:±0.69Pa
Total Error Band:±2.5%FS
Temperature measurement range:-15?-150?
Humidity measurement range:0-100%
* Pysical characteristics
Pitot tube heating power:35W
DC IN: Default 12-36V
Operating Temperature:-20?±75?
Size:82.5x30.4x28.2mm
Weight:22g
Protection Level:IP44(To be installed on request)
CUAV-SKYE
CUAV New Rainproof Structure Drone SKYE Airspeed Sensor Meter CAN Protocol Intelligence Deicing Dual Temperature Control System
CUAV New Rainproof Structure Drone SKYE Airspeed Sensor Meter CAN Protocol Intelligence Deicing Dual Temperature Control System
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 16 September, 2022.

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