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Hi all,I was wondering if anyone else has problems with un reliable pdbs and if anyone can recommend a good one ?Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
As above need more detail, frame, supplies, what is it powering
I always lean towards Matek if using a pdb, their nothing special but theyve always proven to be rock solid and reliable.If your using a cc3d fc though consider using one of their new v2.0 fc's with built in 12v & 5v becs, makes a build so much easier and soooo much tidier http://www.banggood.com/search/cc3d-v2.0.html
Are we talking a basic PDB or one with regs, etc? I'd just get a branded one from a reputable supplier.
It's a matek 9v to 18v Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
So you didn't cover props but assuming any sort of 5 inch, that is a bad comboWho chose components? The high kv cobras spinning decent 5 inch props will draw well over 20amps on 4s, never mind 5s. They are under specified.I would look at 30amp really. And if you are gonna run 5s the escs will need to be 5s capable.Your vtx/cam combo is an excellent one but it really needs a 12v supplyThe naze needs a 5v supply (again a weak choice given the rest you your kit, it just DNA run the run loop times to push the motor changes quick enough.AnywayPdb:http://www.hobbyrc.co.uk/lumenier-4power-plus-pdb-5v10v-reg-184a-currPower the vtx and cam off the 10v reg.Honestly I would ditch the naze, get a decent f3.Your lines on the vtx are probably due to slight oscillations at high throttle which the fc reacts to by speeding in and breaking motors, this produces electrical jitter. Thinks that will help:Soft mount the fc Use a 1000uf low esc 35v cap across the xt60 solder pads on the pdbFaster protocols, better tune will help tooI would suggest using something like spedix es30 blheli_s escs, but you may want to wait as wraith32 blheli_32 30a escs will be out mid mayAnd as I say, a decent f3 flight controller
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