Here's another update. Time to paint and put it all together.
It's gonna be all matt black. That's not only the same color as the NanoWii pcb but it also helps flying in direct sunlight, no flashing sunlight bouncing of the frame.
First I need to mask the parts of the power board where eventually, the esc will be connected.
After that it's straight forward.....
Soldering on the LiPo connector
and putting it all together..
That's it for now. I'm out of material
, but there are three packages from Hobbyking waiting for me at the post office
Motors, esc's, shrink wrap, usb programmer for my SiLab based esc's (for this build I use F-20A's).
The only things that are in the mail are headers for the NanoWii and flatcables for connecting the rx to the NanoWii.