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How do I power the receiver?

Discussion in 'Beginners Drone Forum' started by knightrohulk, Sep 27, 2013.

  1. knightrohulk

    knightrohulk Member

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    Posted by knightrohulk, Sep 27, 2013 #1
    I have a DJI F450 kit and Turnigy 9x with ER9x firmware. I've got the receiver wired up to the naza controller. And, I've got the Naza USB port wired up to the battery, and the other 2 cables going to the naza controller. How do I get power to the receiver? Does it come from the naza controller somehow? I'm having a hard time finding info on it. Thank you for any help.
     
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  2. FlyGirl

    FlyGirl Member

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    Posted by FlyGirl, Sep 27, 2013 #2
    Yes, the NAZA powers the receiver through the cables that hook up between the two units. No external battery to power the receiver is needed. :)
     
  3. tstrike

    tstrike pendejo grande

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    Posted by tstrike, Sep 27, 2013 #3
    Your receiver will get it's power from the naza which is getting it's regulated (5v) power from the led unit.

    errr-what flygirl said
     
  4. knightrohulk

    knightrohulk Member

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    Posted by knightrohulk, Sep 27, 2013 #4
    Fantastic!! Thank you!! I appreciate the help!
     
  5. DucktileMedia

    DucktileMedia Drone Enthusiast

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    Posted by DucktileMedia, Sep 27, 2013 #5
    The best way is to use a large car battery.
     
  6. ChrisViperM

    ChrisViperM Active Member

    Posted by ChrisViperM, Sep 27, 2013 #6
    Truck batteries are better......


    Chris
     
  7. FlyGirl

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    Posted by FlyGirl, Sep 27, 2013 #7
    Nuclear powered generators rock though.... Tons of mAh's!
     
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