By cyberdyne systems 101 on Dec 14, 2015

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I have a used open source (APM) CX20, that I'm going to use to convert to an S500 frame, initially I'll reuse most parts, motors, esc's, FC, receiver, adding a PM to provide the 5v to the FC and receiver.

Eventually the plan is to upgrade motors esc's and FC and move my gimbal onto this frame.



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mgc1984   Jan 18, 2016  

Hey, Wondering how this worked, and how you wired the esc's to the board. did you only need to use the red and black wired ?

cyberdyne systems 101   Apr 06, 2016 

Hi, sorry for very late reply! Yes just two wires to provide power to esc's. It flies very well

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