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Started by Jumpy07, Friday,January 04, 2013, 18:40:05
Quote from: Gaza07 on Tuesday,January 22, 2013, 12:52:30 Hi Ppuxley and welcome to the forum the rctimer arduflyer 2.5 does exactly the same thing as the original arducopter 2.5+ its well worth buying the power module and arducopter case for it though it makes a nice neat job Please feel free to share any pics or video you might have of your copters
Quote from: DarrenG on Thursday,June 27, 2013, 18:30:18 The case is only available from 3DR or 3DR resellers. As for the power module, it seems it';s best avoided, has some design issues that make it less than ideal, much better to install a current and voltage sensor (RCTimer do on as do Attopilot) and dedicate a 5V UBEC to powering the APM.
Quote from: DarrenG on Monday,July 01, 2013, 21:42:34 Several issues some of which are more complicated than I could pretend to understand. The best guide to powering the APM I';ve ever found is on RCGroups here.Have a good read. I';ve followed that guide and power mine using one of those UBECs set top 5V on the input headers. And I use a separate UBEC for powering other stuff such as lights etc.
Quote from: DarrenG on Thursday,July 11, 2013, 07:29:06 I ended up ordering a case from HobbyKing to use with my ArdyFlyer APM board. My first APM is a 3DR original and came with the case.
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