Here we will explain the process of connecting μSharp™ 360 to your airframe. This tutorial does not discuss structure and function of μSharp™ 360 or any additional sensor interfacing. For these topics, please refer to the relevant documentation on www.aerotenna.com.
Integrating μSharp™ 360 with your specific system or airframe is straightforward and simple. μSharp™ 360 is designed to detect the distance between the radar sensor and any physical reflector. The setup process has been drastically simplified, and all you need to do is install μSharp™ 360 on any aircraft and power it on.
Here is a short list of hardware you will need to complete this tutorial:
1.Aerotenna μSharp™ 360
2.External 5V DC power
3.Receiver device with UART interface
- STEP 1 -- Attach μSharp™ 360 to Airframe
Attach the secure μSharp™ 360 on the top of airframe.
STEP 2 -- Powering μSharp™ 360
Connect 5V DC power supply to the RED port and connect GND to the BLACK port.(connections shown below)
STEP 3 -- Connection between μSharp™ 360 and Receiver Device
Connect your own receiver device to the GREEN port, it will automatically output data from this port.
(This is for general UART data format and protocol. for more data format and protocol options, please contact Aerotenna)
For receiving data from uSharp Patch, please refer the Data Format section.
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