Pixhawk 2.0 for motor vibration analysis - need a carrier board

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Working on using a spare Pixhawk 2.0 cube for motor vibration analysis and dynamic balancing.

1. Stand-alone test bed for single motors, first for Solo motors with board, later for motors alone
2. Audio measurements (FFT of recordings, dB loudness)
3. Mission Planner software connected by USB

Anyone know where I can beg, borrow or buy a carrier board?

I'm presuming the board sold with the Pixhawk2.1 would work?

Comments, criticism or outright ridicule are welcome.
 
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Your comment confirms that finding a carrier board alone is just not going to happen. I've posted a similar question on another board - and no one had a source.

I may try a main board - but first I'm going to dust off an old Arduino and try a standalone accelerometer.

Thanks for the reply!
 
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