The Holybro Pix32 is the next step in FC hardware with its powerful ST micro 32bit ARM Cortex core and massive I/O support. The Pix32 is one of the most advanced autopilot systems available with support for almost any type of vehicle from a moon rover or a multirotor aircraft, even a submarine! Designed by the PX4 open-hardware project, it is supported by a number of development communities making this one of the most flexible and reliable platforms for vehicle control, with many features and functions sure to be available in the future.
• Advanced 32 bit ARM Cortex® M4 Processor running NuttX RTOS
• 14 PWM/servo outputs (8 with failsafe and manual override, 6 auxiliary, high-power compatible)
• Abundant connectivity options for additional peripherals (UART, I2C, CAN)
• Integrated backup system for in-flight recovery and manual override with dedicated processor and stand-alone power supply
• Backup system integrates mixing, providing consistent autopilot and manual override mixing modes
• Redundant power supply inputs and automatic failover
• External safety button for easy motor activation
• Multicolor LED indicator
• High-power, multi-tone piezo audio indicator
• MicroSD card for long-time high-rate logging
• Super precise digital GPS with compass
• Telemetry with OSD (433Mhz/915Mhz)
Holybro enabled this new GPS for you to work with Pix32（PX4_2.4.6）. It has UBLOX M8N module on it, as well as IST8310 compass and tri-colored LED indicator. Also the Safety switch on it will make the connection more convenient and simple.
This module ships with a baud rate of 38400 5Hz.
Note: pix32 is a PPM-input autopilot, which means that it gets RC input from a single cable to the receiver, either via the PPM port, the Futaba S.BUS port, or the special satellite receiver port for Spektrum gear. Most modern RC receivers allow for PPM output, but some, such as non-S.BUS Futaba receivers do not.
*PX4/Pixhawk is an independent, open-source, open-hardware project aiming at providing a high-end autopilot to the academic, hobby and industrial communities (BSD licensed)