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HKPilot LED Driver mega Conselho 12V (4 canais) (APM)

HKPilot LED Driver mega Conselho 12V (4 canais) (APM)

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Este fácil de usar levou placa de controlador foi concebido e criado para a execução de LEDs indicadores externos do seu mega HKPilot ou APM. Você pode facilmente controlar 12V levou de até 700mA das A4 ~ 7 pinos em sua APM controlador de vôo compatível. 12V alta visibilidade externa Indicadores LED para braços motor, estado do braço, GPS e baixa tensão podem agora ser facilmente controlada com este acessório deve ter controlador de vôo.

especificações:
Tensão de entrada: até 12V
Saída: 700mA
Peso: 5,3 g
Canais de LEDs: 4

* Nota: A referência a APM refere-se ao projeto ArduPilot, uma família de pilotos automáticos de código aberto baseado na plataforma de computação open source Arduino, desenvolvido pela 3DR e a comunidade open source. Ele consiste de uma escolha de ArduPilot mega (APM) Eletrônica e uma gama de versões de software grátis para veículos diferentes e é regido por uma licença Creative Commons open source.

* Nota: Este não é um produto de marca original Arduino.

  • SKU 387000046-0
  • Brand HKPilot
  • Capacidade ( mAh) -
  • Peso 18.0000
  • Comprimento 30.00
  • Packaging Width 10.00
  • Altura 30.00
  • HK Pilot Mega Accessories
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Easy to setup and does exactly what it is suppose to.

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Easy to setup and does exactly what it is suppose to.

Great little board. Built flame wheel quad with HK Pilot Mega. Used four green / red LED strips for the arms. Connected the driver board input connection to the pilot mega inputs. Connected the very small power wires to the power distribution board. Great light display whin the quad is powered up.

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Great little board. Built flame wheel quad with HK Pilot Mega. Used four green / red LED strips for the arms. Connected the driver board input connection to the pilot mega inputs. Connected the very small power wires to the power distribution board. Great light display whin the quad is powered up.

using this in combination with strip lights makes it easier to know whats happening. im using it for Arming, GPS might add a 12v buzzer as well

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using this in combination with strip lights makes it easier to know whats happening. im using it for Arming, GPS might add a 12v buzzer as well

Used with 4x 3-LED long RGB-strips, one Red, one Green, one Blue and one White. Works great, and apparently on lower voltages too (~9 V) if you prefer dimmer LEDs, feeding with 3S should work, maybe even 2S if you'd need it? Hardware information: The chip is a Texas Instruments ULN2003A Darlington transistor array, datasheet can be found by searching for "uln2003a.pdf", seems like it has the capability to drive up to seven loads.
Downsides: The 12V input wires seem a bit flimsy for 700mA.

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Used with 4x 3-LED long RGB-strips, one Red, one Green, one Blue and one White. Works great, and apparently on lower voltages too (~9 V) if you prefer dimmer LEDs, feeding with 3S should work, maybe even 2S if you'd need it? Hardware information: The chip is a Texas Instruments ULN2003A Darlington transistor array, datasheet can be found by searching for "uln2003a.pdf", seems like it has the capability to drive up to seven loads.
Downsides: The 12V input wires seem a bit flimsy for 700mA.

Great board. It came without instructions,but I soldered some test leds and figured out outputs.I use it on my s500 quadcopter - apm 2.5.2 from HK. Led strip(6x smd led) on each arm of frame. Just set parameter "LED_MODE" to 107(default is 9). I have gps lock blue led. When battery voltage is low red leds are flashing. Firmwavre is AC 3.2 rc7.

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Great board. It came without instructions,but I soldered some test leds and figured out outputs.I use it on my s500 quadcopter - apm 2.5.2 from HK. Led strip(6x smd led) on each arm of frame. Just set parameter "LED_MODE" to 107(default is 9). I have gps lock blue led. When battery voltage is low red leds are flashing. Firmwavre is AC 3.2 rc7.

No instructions came with mine. The video is too general to be useful. Please supply a wiring layout or smple setup so that people can use these.

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No instructions came with mine. The video is too general to be useful. Please supply a wiring layout or smple setup so that people can use these.

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