|Oct 06, 2012, 08:30 PM|
Joined Jul 2001
Got the jpower A10 and will be using an external bec. Can anybody post pics of their wiring set up using 2 ESCs and 1 lipo pack? Thanks.
|Oct 08, 2012, 12:32 PM|
here is a quickie hand drawing. One thing of note, you must remove the red wire in the servo leads coming from the ESCs. That is the positive lead that powers the ESC when you aren't using a seperate BEC. On my A-10, I took the positive and negative main power leads and Y'd them about an inch after the ESC. I then ran a main power plus and minus lead up to the battery compartment. The servo leads were cut about two inches from the ESC and Y'd together. I actually did all three at this point, I pulled the red wire from the final servo connector as it plugs into the receiver. As long as the red wire does not ultimately make it to the receiver, it doesn't really matter where you cut it and shrink wrap it. The external BEC positive and negative wires are soldered to the end of the main power leads right where the plug to receive the battery is soldered. The three wire servo lead coming from the BEC goes to an empty channel in the receiver. Some receivers actually show a dedicated "batt" port for just such a purpose.
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