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en:pc_subsys [2018/01/22 16:49]
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golikov
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-**On-board central computer** \\  +====== Orbiter Computer ====== 
-Virtual ​[[power_subsys|consumption]] - 150mA+==== Orbiter Control Computer ==== 
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 +Virtual ​power draw: 150 mA
  
-{{ ru::pc.jpg?​direct&​200|}} +{{ :ru:бку.png?​direct&​200| ​БКУ ​}}
-The satellite on-board central computer (OBC) contains and executes user programs of the microsatellite mission. It is the software running on it that decides in what order to receive data from which sensors, how to interpret the data, what control commands to give, when to turn the payload on and off (take a picture), and when and what information to transfer to the "​Earth"​. It should be noted that in real life the central computer should not be disconnected from the PSS programmatically,​ since without OBC the spacecraft will be lost in space. In our construction set, this cannot be done in the normal mode of operation.+
  
-To download ​the user program ​code onto the on-board central computeryou need to use the [[debug_interface|web interface]].+The Orbiter Control Computer (OCC) in the Orbicraft Construction Set holds and executes ​user’s program ​for the flight of the “microsatellite”. It is software running in the OCC that decides which sensors to poll in which orderhow their readings are to be interpreted,​ which control commands to issue, when to turn on/off the payload (make a photo) and which data to transfer to the “Earth”. 
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 +See the Getting Started section on writing a simple program for the construction set.
  
-There is a special software [[libschsat|library]] for working with peripheral devices of the "​satellite"​ via the RS485 bus already installed on the on-board central computer. ​ 
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