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Started by Jumpy07, Tuesday,June 25, 2013, 10:32:43
Quote from: Rafter on Tuesday,June 25, 2013, 20:18:41 Got mine this morning as well (in the tube) Royal Mail must have had a busy morning.I';m having a problem though.I';m using the RCTimer gimbal. The hole centres on the gimbal are all 45mm but on the controller board they are 46mm. This means that when I use the plastic stand offs that came with the gimbal, they are twisted at an angle so not only do they twist the board, it';s difficult to fit to the gimbal.On the orignal controller from viacopter, all the sockets are facing outwards, where on this controller they all face upwards, so when you connect the plugs there';s no space. I';m going to have to use a power lead connector left permanently connected to the boardThe motors that came with the gimbal have servo connectors but the board has molex connections. If anyone is using the RCTimer gimbal, I';d appreciate any help (pics etc) on how they';ve fitted the controller.Peter
Quote from: Jumpy07 on Thursday,June 27, 2013, 10:07:47 Yeah standard servo plugs fit the motor connections.. The Power connection is a 3s balance plug style.. 12v recommended.. so (+12v * * -) Not confirmed but most of these boards can take a 4s .. but not recommended.. they also recommend using separate battery from main lipo....
Quote from: Gav on Friday,June 28, 2013, 15:44:18 Nice idea Steve. I';ve got some ear plugs lol.Picked up my blue toothed AlexMos board today woo hoo goodies galore to tinker with.
Quote from: mickyt on Friday,June 28, 2013, 11:44:29 Hi Peter where did you get your nylon standoffs from i need some too, Is anyone not connecting to their flight controller and just letting the alexmoss board do the work? And any pics of you connections and orientation of the imu. Also are the rctimer dampners too soft and if so where do you get the next grade up? All these questions lol.
Quote from: mickyt on Friday,June 28, 2013, 15:52:29 i didnt get those plugs with mine
Quote from: Gav on Friday,June 28, 2013, 16:48:10 Na doesn';t matter on the motor connection but good question as gimbal motors are wound different to a normal motor. Just swap any 2 wires to reverse direction.Yes I got the propper motor to board connectors too :)) Simon sells those separately
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