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my guess was bang on the number - just out on the units!
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Just a bit out from your initial guess then  :laugh: What kind of frame do you fly with?
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KK 2.0 Voltage Alarm?

Started by kaivalagi, Friday,January 18, 2013, 18:13:04

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Friday,January 18, 2013, 18:13:04 Last Edit: Friday,January 18, 2013, 18:16:09 by kaivalagi
Anyone every used the KK 2.0 voltage alarm feature? Found this statement so far which suggests it';s easy to sort out?

Q: How does the low voltage alarm work? I can not see any connections for input V?
A: The Battery voltage input is the unpopulated hole to the left of the yellow component. Connect a cable from battery+ to this hole. The ground return is through Output #1';s ground wire. Go to "Misc. Settings", "Alarm 1/10 volts:" to set the threshold. It is in 1/10 volts, so 10.5V is entered as "105". The LVC is only active when battery voltage is below the limit. When it goes above, it stops. Also it beeps faster the lower the voltage is below the limit.

nevermind, found this:


Homersainty was talking about this the other day in chat Im sure hes done it with his KK2  ~~




yeah man is simples just follow the video just don';t use a huge soldering iron 5 minute job ans works dam well within .2 volts
If you find yourself in danger of being taken seriously, then try to do something which undermines or sabotages that perception in some way.


Friday,January 18, 2013, 21:27:06 #5 Last Edit: Friday,January 18, 2013, 21:31:17 by QuadGod
No harm to have as a backup, but I wouldn';t depend on this as your primary voltage alarm. It isn';t very loud, and it doesn';t monitor individual cell voltages. You can get one that plug into the balance port of the ESC for next to nothing from the usual suspects including HK that monitors individual cell voltages, as well as a having good loud alarm. There';s another one which has a 7-segment LED display to show the voltages, but you can';t see it in flight, and the basic one is lighter.