Quadcopter using 12V battery and Wood Screwers Answered
I’m currently attempting to rebuild the quadcopter demonstrated in the link below:
The materials I have are as follows:
• SMAKN Buck and Boost Voltage Converter
• 20 AWG Flexible 1007 Wire Electric wire 20-Gauge Copper Hook Up Wire
• 2300KV 2204 Brushless Motor CW&CCW
• 12V 7 Amp EXP1270 Rechargeable Lead Acid Battery
• Carbon Fiber Propeller
• Digital Multimeter
We connected a motor to the 12V battery using clamped wire connects – there was a lot of sparking and the motor did not spin.
We connected 2 motors in series – connected the motors and the 12V battery to the buck boost convertor – which resulted in the battery smoking and the buck boost convertor burning out.
Can you watch the video and explain to me the wiring aspect to the quadcopter - I believe I may be missing necessary wires such as a female insulated connector that connects to a terminal wire which connects to the 4 motors in series but I’m not sure.