Green Martian

By Kuz on May 18, 2017

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This is my main quad chosen for it's durability. Has a black/green colour scheme using some coloured motors and strategically painted with plasti dip parts and green hardware.

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Yukondokne   Jul 13, 2017  

did you use the built in PDB?
how did you wire it?
just the PDB, FC and ESC?

im building a martian, and i cant figure our how to wire the PDB

Kuz   Aug 02, 2017 

The pdb is batt voltage only. There's not really anything to it. Batt to pdb, ESC's to pdb and I use the other two pads for vtx and Kiss FC power as well as for my Lumenier LEDs. The tail light has a regulator for the 5V arm LED's. I now have a Runcam Split on it as well being powered by my Tramp.

cswider   May 18, 2017  
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Looks nice! We had similar ideas regarding the frame and color scheme. My green standoffs have yet to arrive though :/

Kuz   May 26, 2017 
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Love it! Looks fast!

jambo289   May 19, 2017  
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Looks sick! Where did you purchase the green standoffs from?

Kuz   May 26, 2017 

Banggood of course!

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