KababFPV baby tooth zeez 1s AIO

By attackthedefault on Aug 21, 2020

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kaimikala   6 days ago  

So are those individual ESC's running to each motor?
Why do this when the zeez board has them already?

been thinking about putting some of those Video antenna on my 1s tp just wasnt sure if the weight was worth the change. im down in the 38g range.

00jferna   27 days ago  

Does the cap on battery lead make much difference in video quality?

attackthedefault   17 days ago 

not really sure just had it laying around so i used

DPJ   Aug 24, 2020  

Great build, but whats with the solid wires? Are they insulated at all?

StickyRice   Aug 25, 2020 
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i think the green coating on it is actually the insulation. Though I heard its not as easy to solder coated wires vs silicone ones.

DPJ   Aug 25, 2020 

To be honest, i'd be panicked about them contacting each other and causing a massive short :O

m3741   Aug 27, 2020 
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It's enameled wire. It won't short even when they're "touching" because of the coating. It's the same stuff that's used on quad motors. All that wire around the stator isn't actually contacting itself at all.

QCumberCool   Aug 22, 2020  
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i want to see how this thing flies! great job!

attackthedefault   Aug 22, 2020 
1

Thanks I just finished it last night so haven't had a chance to do a test flight yet but once I get it tuned I'll do at least one DVR recording and post it up on YouTube and add a link

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