Power Distribution Boards for 16L
Power Distribution Boards (PDB) are one of the simplest components on a Multi-rotor and therefore are one of the easiest to choose.
There are 3 main points that should be considered when choosing a PDB for your multi-rotor: Size and layout Voltages and Current Capability (on board voltage regulators).
Additional features It is necessary to have a good idea of what parts you will be using in your multi-rotor build in order to make sure that you choose a PDB that will have the right features and be able to support the power consumption of all the components.
Size is relatively straight forward, however is worth mentioning because PDB come in all shapes and sizes.
Some are made specifically for certain frames while the majority use a 30Χ30 standardized mounting.
Depending on the frame you have chosen, there may be a custom Power Distribution Boards available which may replace a Carbon component in the frame and greatly simplify the wiring and cleanliness of the build.
If your frame does not have a dedicated Power Distribution Boards available, you need to choose one that will suit your intended build.
This is where it is necessary to have a good idea of what other components you intend to use.
Ground Control Station
Ground Control Station is designed for controlling unmanned vehicles
Ground station is typically a software application, running on a ground-based computer, that communicates with your UAV via wireless telemetry.
It displays real-time data on the UAVs performance and position and can serve as a “virtual cockpit”, showing many of the same instruments that you would have if you were flying a real plane.
A GCS can also be used to control a UAV in flight, uploading new mission commands and setting parameters. It is often also used to monitor the live video streams from a UAV’s cameras. portable Ground Control Station (GCS) is a flexible and universal solution for controlling unmanned vehicles and payloads.
By using a unique, modular electronics compartment (MEC), application specific hardware can be quickly installed. This flexibility allows the GCS to be configured to control unmanned aircraft vehicles (UAV), ground robots, bomb disposal robots, remotely operated vehicles (ROV) and other robotic devices.
The GCS can also be configured to control and monitor measurement and sensing equipment.
CPU: Intel I7 7500U
Graphics card: Intel HD Graphics 620
Screen: Dual 13.3″ LED
Display resolution: 1920*1080
Touch screen: 10 points
Connector: 2*USB2.0/ 3*USB3.0/ 1*LAN/ 1*HDMI/ 1*MIC-OUT/ LINE-OUT/DC
Remote joystick： 2 Back to the Hall remote control lever
Gimbal Rocker: 2 Back to the Hall remote control lever
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