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CRIUS AIOP mounting methods

Started by robshaw, Friday,March 22, 2013, 22:11:09

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So as most of you may have read I';m in process of rebuilding my quad. I was wondering if you guys have any tips on mounting the crius controller. I';ve ordered some sponge tape. Is this the best for the job or is there another way.

Also I read about protecting the barometer with sponge somewhere. Is this recommended.

Do you wrap your controllers with heat shrink or just leave them bare?

Is there a preferred location for the GPS receiver??
Tunrnigy Talon Tri, TBS Discovery, TBS Discovery PRO, Spnky 250 Mini, EZUHF, EZOSD


i have found that since covering the baro with foam it doesnt shoot up anymore  when alt hold or loiter is selected

550 RC Spider quad for FPV
550 Alien quad (my sons now)
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Saturday,March 23, 2013, 10:01:30 #2 Last Edit: Saturday,March 23, 2013, 10:05:00 by Biffa
I hot glued a piece of foam over the baro and it works a treat. Don';t actually glue it on the baro as completely sealing the holes would render it useless, just a small blob either side will do to keep it in place. The foam I have used there is a piece cut out of a sanding block.

I also use foam tape to attach the board(s) to my frames and have never had an issue.

I heat shrinked the GPS as it looked a little exposed with the button cell battery and and what not, it also meant I could use hot glue again to position it on the frame without issue.



Thanks guys. I';ll go for the foam then. Have ordered a few different sizes of clear heat shrink to re wrap my escs, GPS, 3dr etc. Will leave the crius uncovered I think.
Tunrnigy Talon Tri, TBS Discovery, TBS Discovery PRO, Spnky 250 Mini, EZUHF, EZOSD