Aluminum heat-sinking enclosure


High-end PMSM/BLDC motor controller (ESC) for light unmanned aircraft and watercraft.

Myxa is a high-end FOC ESC based on the Télega motor control technology.

Myxa is designed for use in propulsion systems of light unmanned aerial, underwater, and surface vehicles. The controller provides up to 600 W of continuous power output and supports a wide range of operating voltages 12–51 V (LiIon 4–12 S).

State-of-the-art vector control algorithms make Myxa one of the most energy-efficient ESC on the market. Unlike other solutions, Myxa is compatible with virtually any PMSM or BLDC motor, and is able to measure the parameters of the driven motor and automatically optimize itself for best performance.


  • Propeller and fan drives for light unmanned aerial vehicles.
  • Pump and propeller drives for unmanned watercraft.
  • CMG drives for LEO spacecraft.


  • Based on the advanced Télega motor control technology.
  • Continuous power output up to 600 W.
  • Single supply voltage 12–51 V (Li-ion 4–12 S).
  • Rich set of communication interfaces:
    • CAN bus interface (connectors are compatible with UAVCAN and the Dronecode Autopilot Connector Standard). Myxa B offers a doubly-redundant CAN bus interface for mission-critical applications.
    • UART interface for control, management, and telemetry.
    • USB interface for control, management, and telemetry; driverless compatibility with GNU/Linux, Windows, Mac OS X. The connector type is USB Micro-B.
    • Industry-standard RC PWM input.
  • 5V BEC (battery elimination circuit) power output (Myxa B only).
  • Optional motor temperature measurement.
  • Connectors compatible with the Dronecode Autopilot Connector Standard.
  • Bullet 3.5 power connectors.
  • High quality assurance:
    • Every manufactured unit undergoes a rigorous testing procedure. The testing log for each produced unit is available on the web.
    • Protection against unlicensed (counterfeit) production by means of a digital signature installed on every manufactured unit.


Myxa is available in different assembly variants which are reviewed below.

Myxa A

  • Optimized for cost-sensitive applications.
  • Single non-redundant CAN bus interface.
  • BEC power output not available.
  • From €99 per unit. Discounts for large orders and long-term supply agreements are available.

Available enclosure options:

Enclosure option Mass, g Dimensions, mm
Bare board 26 55✕35✕19
Polyolefin envelope 27 55✕36✕20
Plastic enclosure 41 59✕40✕26
Aluminum heat-sinking enclosure 81 58✕39✕30

Myxa B

  • Optimized for mission-critical applications.
  • Doubly-redundant CAN bus interface (supports non-redundant configurations as well).
  • BEC power output 5 V 0.2 A.
  • From €179 per unit. Discounts for large orders and long-term supply agreements are available.

Available enclosure options:

Enclosure option Mass, g Dimensions, mm
Bare board 27 55✕35✕20
Polyolefin envelope 28 55✕36✕21
Plastic enclosure 42 59✕40✕26
Aluminum heat-sinking enclosure 82 58✕39✕30

Evaluate your application

Put the parameters of your UAV system into the form below, and see the practical performance gains that the patent-pending vector control algorithms implemented in Télega can provide.

Maximum flight time with traditional BLDC drives: min
Maximum flight time achievable with Télega technology: min

Provided estimates are based on application statistics; real gains may vary.

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Télega technology



Myxa is manufactured by an ISO 9001:2008 certified vendor. Contact Zubax Robotics for information about quality and standard compliance.

Lightweight plastic enclosure with the top lid removed
Myxa B, bottom view
Myxa B, front view
Aluminum heat-sinking enclosure
Aluminum heat-sinking enclosure, inside view
Myxa evaluation kit
Kucher - a GUI tool for Telega