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Power Distribution Board with 2 x UBEC Output

Power Distribution Board with 2 x UBEC Output

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Power Distribution Board with 2 x UBEC Output

This is a different style PDB that has versatility as it can be mounted with either 30.5mm or 45mm mounting holes. It can handle up to 8 ESCs. There is even a micro JST-SH with 5V, current and voltage sensors for APM/PIX.

There are two UBECs on this PDB, one gives a constant 5V/3A output and the other is a variable output between 5V and 16V /3A (adjustable via potentiometer and dependent on input voltage).

This is a must have, with great features.

Features:
• Up to 8 ESCs
• Two UBECs, 5V and 5V to 16V (adjustable)
• Includes APM/PIX Current and Voltage sensors, works for OSD

Specs:
Max Input Voltage: 26VDC (6S Lipo)
UBEC 1: 5V/3A
UBEC 2: Variable 5V to 16V /3A (adjustable step down)
Size: 50 x 50mm
Mounting Holes: 45mm and 30.5mm
Weight: 12g

Includes:
1 x PDB
1 x Power module port cable

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  • SKU:
    747000004-0
  • Brand:
    No
  • Weight(g)
    25.00
  • Length
    135.00
  • Width:
    9.00
  • Height:
    90.00
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The board is very nice, has a 5.1v regulator and a variable one. Also current/voltage sensors (there's a current shunt on the back side) and it comes with a nice silicon cable connector compatible with the ARM power module.
However, I measured the 5V rail and when adding some load on it the voltage overshoots to 12V and then down to 3V before coming back to 5V. I tested this on both 12V input and 8V input and with loads from 500mA to 2A.
No way I'm using this to power anything more than a DC motor or light bulb.
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