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Hobbyking Mini Power Distribution Board with XT30

Hobbyking Mini Power Distribution Board with XT30

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A compact power distribution board to enable you to achieve a tidy instalation on your multirotor with minimum fuss.
The XT30 equipped input lead is divided into 4 x 2mm female bullet connectors for your ESCs and the board has a single pair of solder lands for ancilliary equipment connection.

Specs:
Current: 40A (MAX)
Power Input: XT30 with 180mm 16AWG wire lead
Motor output: 4 x 2mm Female bullet plug
Aux output: 2 x solder contacts (lands)
PCB size: 35 x 35mm
Weight: 15g (including wires)

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  • SKU:
    107000388-0
  • Brand:
    HobbyKing
  • Weight(g)
    23.00
  • Length
    130.00
  • Width:
    20.00
  • Height:
    90.00
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I have ordered two of these boards and they are very compact and well made but.... why not include the eight 2.0mm bullet male connectors. Now I cant find any on your website! Inconvenient because I want to connect ESC's to it, not motors directly. What you say Hobbyking?
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