Control Board Version 2.0

A project log for Active Stabilization Rocket System

Use control systems to control and stabilize a Amateur Rocket

Jeremy HallJeremy Hall 11/28/2016 at 00:060 Comments

Yesterday, I spent my morning designing the 2nd version of my control board. I decided on a couple of things. I would use the Feather Standard of boards because to make a feather wing for it only costs me 9 dollars, and I can use the Feather M0 Adalogger that I will be getting ordered Tuesday. The Atmel Cortex M0 processor is really fast 48Mhz vs 8Mhz and is a 32 bit microcontroller instead of the 8 bit microcontroller. This opens up many, many more things that I can do. I can make the processing go even faster due to the actual floating point capability of the processor and the board I will be receiving has a microsd card slot so I can add microsd card logging of all the data during the flight. This will become a nice addition to my project. Board and Schematic Files will be available on my Github soon enough. If you have any questions feel free to ask!

-Jeremy Hall
(I may have made a couple of silkscreen errors but, atleast its not anything major)