The ADCS-P3 is an interface and control computer for the attitude determination and control systems for advanced nano and microsatellite missions using a distributed sensor and actuator architecture. The processing core is based on the Space Inventor OBC-P3 platform using the ARM Cortex-M7 computing platform executing the control algorithms. The interfaces to the computer are based on CAN bus and RS422 UART.

The ADCS-P3 is designed to operate with external attitude sensors connected via CAN bus or UART such as sun sensors, star trackers, GPS and others and using external actuators for control. However an IMU with 6 degrees of freedom and 3 axis magnetometer are integrated in the unit.

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Last updated: 2021-10-21


8,500 EUR (engineering model)
10,000 EUR (flight model)



processor type
ARM® Cortex-M7
input voltage
5 to 28 V
data interface


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