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That should be fairly easy, go for it! Nice flying by the way!
You at least got to learn something from that quadcopter and sure did I! :D It's seems pretty amazing that a tiny resistor can potentially have such a great impact on how the system operates. Truly amazing! A couple of years back, I remember trying to add another channel on one of the chinese radios. I went through the whole circuit board to find out which pin does what and what pin goes where, all because of an empty test pin with CH7 written on the side of it that intrigued me. After a lot of trials and errors, it didn't seem to work... Looked like they probably had that pin purposely locked from the factory. In that process I learned SO much! Reverse engineering is really fun once you get into it!
Glad to help! You can always send me a PM if you have any other questions. I mostly reply quickly. I would love to know if it worked so keep me posted!
It is an n channel MOSFET. Yes you can test it. The image shows the pinout for each source drain and gate. Hope it works!
Hahaha that indeed is an amazing story! ??? Enjoyed reading it! :D
Hi! Thats a good question! For doing the test you would need a multimeter. Most MOSFET's usually blow up completely or have a crack on its surface. But if it doesn't, the video should help you to find out the bad one. MOSFETs in ESCs have their source gate and drain pins arranged differently than the one in the video (all MOSFET's are similar). Be sure to search up the MOSFET number followed by "data sheet" on Google to find the exact data sheet for your MOSFET because MOSFET's come in two types NPN and PNP and has its pins arranged according to the manufacturer. https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=-X4SGKxtLB0Be sure to ask me anything. I'd love to help!Pawan V.
Amazing! Will surely try it out!
Amazing nice to see something different!
Hey!A KK2 board from Hobbyking is the way to go it has got all the gyros and accelerometers you need integrated. Just go through David's settings and it should be ready to fly. Here is the link to the video:https://youtu.be/UZ4AaI6KPhA
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