Zubax Babel

Zubax Babel is an advanced USB-CAN and UART-CAN adapter designed for use with UAVCAN and other CAN bus protocols. It can be used either as a complete standalone tool, as a development platform for UAVCAN-centered applications, or as an OEM component in larger systems.

Zubax Orel 20

Zubax Orel 20 is an advanced ESC (BLDC motor controller) with doubly redundant CAN bus interface, designed for unmanned aerial vehicles. Zubax Orel 20 runs PX4 Sapog - an advanced open source multi-platform BLDC motor controller firmware.

Zubax GNSS 2

Zubax GNSS 2 is a multipurpose high-performance positioning module interfaced via CAN bus, USB, and UART. It includes a state-of-the-art multi-system GPS/GLONASS receiver, a high-precision barometric altimeter, and a 3-axis compass with thermal compensation. Zubax GNSS 2 supports variety of standard protocols, which ensures compatibility with most of existing software and hardware: UAVCAN (over CAN bus), NMEA 0183 (over USB and UART), and u-Blox M8 protocol.

DroneCode Probe

Zubax DroneCode Probe is a generic JTAG / SWD + UART console adapter compatible with most ARM Cortex based designs and in particular with hardware maintained by the DroneCode project.

The design is based on Black Magic Probe and is distributed under open source licenses. Learn more about its features and capabilities on the documentation page (link below).

Zubax GNSS

Zubax GNSS is a high-performance positioning module for outdoor environments with doubly redundant UAVCAN bus interface. It's an excellent solution for demanding applications where safety, positioning accuracy and cost efficiency are paramount.

This product has been superseded by Zubax GNSS 2.

This module features a state of the art GPS/GLONASS receiver with high performance RF circuitry, high precision barometer and a 3-axis digital compass. Its standard compliant UAVCAN interface enables seamless integration into any UAVCAN-enabled vehicle.

Zubax GNSS is an open source product - its firmware sources, schematics and 3D printable models are freely available from our Github profile page.