|Aug 26, 2014, 08:13 AM|
Joined Apr 2014
Powering ESCs and Motors using PSU
A newbie question that will probably save me some money I tried searching for an answer but found mixed suggestions.
I'm building my first mutlirotor and I want to test out all the components, while I wait for the battery and charger to arrive.
I want to test:
Motors: SunnySky X2212 980kv
ESC: Afro ESC 30A
I have a SkyRC Efuel 30A 540W that can output 12v-18v - can I use it for testing?
if I connect the 12v to a power distribution board will it fry my motors?
Thanks in advance!
|Aug 27, 2014, 07:58 AM|
United States, PA, Doylestown
Joined Jan 2014
|Aug 27, 2014, 12:34 PM|
United States, FL, Largo
Joined Apr 2014
@12v you should be fine as long as yer not drawing out more amps than what the PSU is rated for.
I'd test 1 motor/esc at a time
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