I have another question.
In your documentation, they said that all power for the board comes from HSUART port, but we have on the RTF drone another 11 pin connector on which It is indicated power.
I want to try to disconnect it and power up the drone to see but don't want to break something during my project.
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Thank you for contacting us.
Personally, I'm not sure if the RTF's ESCs are compatible with the Pixhawk, because it seems that Pixhawk is normally used with PWM ESCs (https://pixhawk.org/users/actuators/pwm_escs_and_servos), and like you mentioned the RTF's ESCs use UART. You can try to connect them, but I can't assure you if it works because we haven't tried that.
The best recommendation that I can give you is to use PWM ESCs, now, if you need help connecting the Aero Compute Board to the Pixhawk please check this document: http://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/boardsandkits/aero/apu-161110-pixhawk-flight-guide.pdf.
About your last question, I'm not sure to which 11 pin connector you are referring to, could you give us more details about it?
We will be waiting for your response.
Thanks for the explanation.
I will investigate about this, and I will let you know when I have updates.
Have a nice day.
I found all my solution in this document (Intel® Aero Compute Board Hardware Features and Usage Guide ).
Really sorry for the disturbance... I need to read more.
Have a nice day too.
Thanks for letting us know.
It is fine, you don't have to apologize, and yes that's a good document, remember that you can find all the documentation about the Intel Aero in this link: https://github.com/intel-aero/meta-intel-aero/wiki/01-About-Intel-Aero