Zubax Télega

Zubax Télega is a high-end PMSM motor control solution for aerospace applications, electric vehicles, and robotics. Telega employs advanced patent-pending vector control algorithms that enable highest efficiency and excellent performance characteristics. A wide variety of supported communication interfaces and auxiliary features enable easy integration into the end application.

Custom Designs

We provide technology customization services for Télega. Get in touch to discuss your application with us.

UAVCAN

Zubax Robotics is the main developer and maintainer of UAVCAN — an open data bus standard designed for aerospace and robotic applications. UAVCAN is now an integral part of the Dronecode (Linux Foundation) core infrastructure and is used by numerous vendors and companies all over the world.

Open Standard

UAVCAN is an open standard that is free to use for everyone, and it will always remain this way. High quality open source implementations are available.

Feature Rich

Peer network, pub/sub exchange, RPC, time synchronization, modular redundancy, and more features are supported out of the box.

Easy to Adopt

The entry barrier is low thanks to the simple specification, free high quality software libraries, and easily available development tools.

Recent blog posts

Zubax GNSS 2 is available for purchase in our store (EU)

Hello, my fellow carbon-based lifeforms, We’ve been asked about this a lot lately, so rejoice: Zubax GNSS 2 can now be purchased/shipped from our Estonian warehouse. Customers located in the EEA will benefit greatly from the lack of customs in the way. image.jpg1964x1718 590 KB While you’re at it,…

Grant from InnoEnergy

Zubax Robotics won a small grant of €30000 from InnoEnergy (by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology). Thank you, EIT. IMG_20180619_221337.jpg5312x3984 4.3 MB…

Myxa evaluation kits are available

Myxa eval kits are in store! Check them out here: https://shop.zubax.com/collections/accessories-for-myxa/products/myxa-evaluation-kit The evaluation kit contains everything you need to get started with Myxa and assess its applicability in a specific application. The target audience are designers of…

Estonian Country Final of the PowerUp competition

We are the winners of the Estonian Country Final of the PowerUp competition (by InnoEnergy). We are going to be representing Estonia in the final, which is going to be held in Prague on June 19th. Sick slides: IMG_20180509_193243_740.jpg2890x1704 394 KB Here’s another pic (truly yours in the midd…

Myxa is available in USA

Writing this entry to let our customers know that it is now possible to order Zubax Myxa and accessories directly in the USA via our distributor - Titan Elite, Inc. They are based in New York and serve customers in the USA and Canada. If you don’t see something listed on their web store, just messag…

UAV Electric Propulsion System Survey

In collaboration with the Dronecode Project (a Linux Foundation project) we are conducting a survey on the subject of UAV propulsion systems used in industrial, professional, and law enforcement applications. The results will help us better understand the challenges of electric propulsion in UAV and…

We have launched our brand new web store

Today we launched our web store, check it out: shop.zubax.com. It is now possible to purchase Myxa and some other stuff directly from the store – no need to email anybody. Orders placed through the web store are shipped directly from our lab in Tallinn, Estonia, which happens to be in the EU. 713px…

Quick start guide for Myxa v0.1

This post is a tentative quick start guide for Myxa motor controllers. It assumes that the user has a GNU/Linux enabled PC; support for Windows is going to be added pretty soon as well. If you have any questions or concerns, please send us an email to info@zubax.com, or post right here in the commen…

Zubax Myxa - robust operation at extremely low speed

Support for robust, extremely low-speed operation makes Myxa an ideal choice for lighter-than-air aircraft and similar applications, where thrusters are required to operate at very low speed settings. In this video, Myxa is running a standard BLDC motor Tarot MT4008 with a 15-inch propeller at 80 R…

Zubax Myxa vs ESC32v3 with Tarot MT4008 motor

We performed new tests of Myxa with Tarot 4008 MT 330kv Brushless Multicopter Motor. Our testbench consists of an RC Benchmark stand, the motor, and a 6S battery. For comparison, we spin the motor by Myxa and by Autoquad ESC32v3. Here are power consumption and overall propulsion system efficiency d…