Designed in house by the HobbyKing Enginerds, this handy power distribution board has the same foot print as our Multri-rotor control boards and is the ultimate solution for tidy power distribution wiring. Simply use 3.5mm male connectors on your ESCs and plug a battery in. The PCB is Gold plated for optimality efficiency and also features a bling port (aka 2 pin JST size auxiliary power out) Perfect for powering LEDs or any accessory fitted to your Quadcopter.
Features. Current: 4 x 20A Outputs (MAX) Power Input: XT60 with 12AWG wire Motor output: 4 x 3.5mm Female bullet plug Aux output: 2 pin JST compatible Weight: 27.3g (including wires)
What do you mean? Do you mean that you soldered it onto the back side of the bullet connectors, and added onto the solder? Or did you take a pair of bullet connectors off and applied the BEC onto their previous place? Sorry for the simple question. but I'm kinda stuck on this right now
Take a look at the first picture. You see two big wires and 8 bullet connectors. Right pair of connectors shown on photo sre soldered to the board. That's where I solder extra wires - I put wires into bullet's back hole (where soldering, not where connecting) and add a lot of solder. You can do same with other pairs of bullets.
It depends on motors that you will use. You can connect even 50A, 60A or 80A ESC, but as far as motor requires only 20A - board will handle it. I use it with 25A ESCs but my motors requires only 18A in peak, so it works fine.
The JST, will be whatever voltage you use to power your PDB with. For example I use the 3 cell and the voltage out is 11.1 volts. I use the JST for the voltage sensor on my KK board.
Good product though quite heavy. Nice when you exchange your escs one in a while to other quads because you dont have to de-solder the leads from normal power distr boards. To be used with larger quads, not for mini/micro quads. I will mod mine with XT60 connectors instead of the 3.5mm bullits as I use these as a standard with escs. I like the optional LED-outlet.
Good board, simplifies the connection of ESCs, however for me, I preferred to desolder the connectors of 3.5 mm and weld Nylon T-Female Connectors. Can always extra welding points empty, for example a Bec.