|Subject:||Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Lisa M wiring layout|
|Date:||Mon, 02 Jan 2012 11:41:20 +0100|
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It seams that 11.1V (or what ever) is to high to use it directly.
I think I'll take the 5V/2A BEC from my ESC to V_IN and connect the battery to V_BATT like you.
(I think you've mixed up the vin and v_batt in your text)
As far as I see - you've connected the 11.1V to V_IN. What did you do with the Jumper?
I've studied seen the Jumper part before but there is a thing that I don't understand:
From the Wiki:
"In our case the ESC will supply both the servos and the board with power from the main battery. This is the default setup of Lisa/M, so there is no need to solder anything on the board. "
My LisaM has no Jumper soldered yet. So it's "default". This means now I can power the board by connecting BEC (SERVO1 SV/GND)? and the Battery to V_BATT.
So what happens when I solder JP1?
I think this will connect the V_IN to SERVO1_SV to use the BEC power to power the board.
---> Main question ;-) :
So: All Jumper not bridged -->Battery to I2C1 V_BATT and BEC 5V to V_IN or to SERVO1_SV?
I hope my suggestions aren't too confusing ;-)
Am 01.01.12 21:56, schrieb Eduardo lavratti:
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