|Nov 01, 2002, 06:43 PM|
Static or No Static on my LOGO-10 Don't want to Blow my Controller Again..
Question, am I headed for disater with this idear?
I'm using silver strip tape,from tail to the front were the motor would be.
Its 1 continues strip. And were ever i want to either use a brush type contact piont or just solder to a piont (Like motor)
and any other part I want to bond and ground.
I have some photo ( this idear is still proto type and is not completed) I just wanted to post the idear to see if it's worth doing.
After I bond everything I then will connect it to the Negative term on my battery lead to absorb any static that the Heli might produce.
I'm concerened that I might be doing something wrong, or I might turn my Heli into some type of lighting rod!
Am I on the right track at STOPPING static?
Or am I'm going to generate static?
Any thoughs ...
here's some photos to show what I'm doing.
|Nov 01, 2002, 07:22 PM|
It looks a little rough but if you get everything connected it will stop the discharges. I really dont think you need to put anything that will rub on the belt. Just get the tail boom connected to the motor and a mainshaft bearing. That is what worked for me. I put a metal pulley on my tail but I don't think it was necessary. No more ESC problems at all now.
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