|Jul 26, 2012, 04:31 AM|
Who does use the HobbyKing Multi-Rotor Control Board??
Hello guyes.Anybody can help me?
I'm developing the firmware for this HK board Everythin was going OK but few munits ago when i tested the servo my board start to smell like burning. I disconnect the power supply and discovered the R1 resistor is broken. But what is amazing - the board still functional like before.Seems this resistor uses in the power filter curcuit - it's not critical for work from computed power supply ( i use) but importaint within a fly. I could find any schematic in net to verify the value of R1. Can amybody watch in on you own board and write to me- i need the value/text on R1 resistor.
Thanks in abvance, Chevan.
|Jul 26, 2012, 04:53 AM|
Noting secret there is. The board is simple and anyone with tester can trace the wiresIt takes me about 30 min including the styding the Murata ENC-03R datasheets.
"50 ohm" or "5 ohm"?
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