This is a power distribution hub specially designed for multirotor use where dedicated, separate power supply to the flight control and auxilliary systems is desirable.
It can handle up to 8 ESC/motors and makes the wiring of your multirotor system simple and tidy.
Inbuilt, dual BEC/voltage regulators allow the use of your main battery for powering both the flight controller (5V) and FPV systems (10~20V)
Suitable for multirotors up to 800mm rotor span and a total working current no higher than 120A max.
• Dual, integrated UBEC and FPV voltage regulators: 1 x 5V fixed, 1 x 10~20V adjustable
• Drives up to 8 ESC/motor combinations (octacopter)
• Bright LED lights
• Offers a simple wiring solution
Max output: 120A Max
Power Input: Up to 6S (22.2V)
BEC 1 output: 5V 3A fixed (15Watts max)
BEC 2 output: 10~20V adjustable (36Watts max)
Outer diameter: 77mm
Inner diameter: 40mm
Mounting holes: 45 x 45mm
Weight: 23g (including connector pins)
* LEDs on main PCB will only light up once the 5V BEC module is installed.
- Blade Count:
Well I bought this for the BEC's... Because there were no other small form-factor adjustable and 5V BEC's avalible on this site at the time.
Neither of the BEC's work. I bought 2 of these boards, and they both act identically.
The 5V BEC outputs only around 3.8V, and the adjustable BEC is stuck at 9.2V because the variable resistor is disconnected internally and turning the knob does not change it's resistance (on BOTH of the boards!)
Pretty disappointed with this, it was pretty expensive just for some little BEC's...
Although I must admit, looking past the BEC's not working, the PCB is really nice. I just wish the BEC's worked.Good way to manage power distribution. It drastically reduces excessive wire webs. You gotta be VERY careful while soldering as the positive/negative pins have hairline gap separating them. Even a slightest error can cause serious damages and short-circuits. LEDs are blue in color, not so bright, you'll barely see them during daytime. Remember- soldering skill is needed.Rest is all good.