This is a partial list of targets(flight controller) that run the Tau Labs software stack. See the wiki
as well for more information.
- The most powerful board. Uses an STM32F4 based platform with large amounts of connectivity including 8 PWM in and 8 PWM out. Fully navigation capable and with four serial ports for connecting lots of peripherals (e.g. GPS, OSD, Radio, external mag). Considered a reference platform and fully supported.
- Flying F3 - cheap (<15$) commercially available STM32F3 based platform system. Typically requires a shield to break out the connectors and provide a barometric sensor or some manual wiring. Capable of RTH and PH, as shown by metRo.
- small single sided STM32F3 DIY platform. Demonstrated with RTH and PH. Available via peabody124.
- RevoMini - OpenPilot STM32F4 based board. Not a reference platform. Telemetry works. No hardware files available. Not demonstrated with RTH and PH with recent code, but probably capable.
- FlyingF4 - STM32F4 based discovery board but needs a shield to provide sensors.
- Copter Control - Older OpenPilot STM32F1 based platform. Legacy support and not recommended for new designs. Not navigation capable
- F4 development board. Only two have been made and used to collect data and refine control algorithms. Awaiting redesign for wider release. Not a reference design.