Turnigy introduce the Min Power Distributor (Green) suited to 20cc plus gas powered models.
This unit has great features, which include: Dual battery input to increase reliability, 8 channel RX input with dual outputs on each channel - simplifying dual servo control surfaces.
This is the first Power Distributor system to securely nest the receiver within the power distribution 'block' thereby shortening cable runs, adding protection to your all important receiver & speeding set up time.
Note: This Power Distributor passes battery input voltage to all connected devices
• 8 input channels
• 16 output channels
• 3 Status check LEDs
• Padded receiver tray & Secure mounting
Input channels: 8
Output channels: 16
Input voltage: 5-6V
Max output load: 30A
Output voltage: Input voltage pass through
RX power: Input voltage pass through
Working temperature: -20 to 85 degrees c
Dimensions: 116mm x 88mm x 13mm
I have alot of these and will buy more as needed. I can go on and on on on on on on on on on on on on on on on and on. But why I have done reviews and this and you can look them up. they are just up the page.. LolI*m using 2S Lipos with two bec`s. If someone won`t using bec`s , that means only battery it`s possible to try LiFePo by 6,6V. It works by that voltage without problems by using all servo channels.(constant 6V)I have about 6 of these. and have not had one problem with them. I do put different plugs on to them. And I get lighted switches for them off ebay ( DUALSKY Fail safe switch(flag/pin style). Really nice switches too.Great product for larger electric models! Helps tidy up the deck of a large model and gives extra sets of servo connections without having to use Y-cables. Really like the multiple power connectivity options. However, there is an issue, the layout means Spektrum receivers have to lay face down because the order of the pins 1 to 8 is backwards. Male to Male extensions are required to connect the RX to the distribution header but are not provided, that is a definite miss.I think for that it is, its just not worth the money. because they expect you will use a regulator. In less you just use 6V battery's and make ends for it. If you are going to use a nitro motor then this may be ok for some, but not most( because of the weight). And if you are going to use a gas motor, get the red one( It has a built in kill switch and a ubec for the RX). I bought two green and one red the first time. I have sold the green and got more red ones. I give the value 5 stars just so they didnt delete this.I disassembled the unit, so i uploaded the schematic see Files section.
2 batteries in parallel is very bad you dont want more current , we want if one battery getting unloaded to much or defective that the other battery will take over, so i will add schottky diode in series with every battery . so that battery 1 will provide 6V and the battery 2 will provide 5,5V as a backup feature if battery 1 is unloaded to much or fails.very good product for the money!!!!!!I have the red and the green ones. They are the same thing. The red one does NOT have a regulator in it. So save some money and get this one. I do not know about the yellow one, I have not got one yet.
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