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    Wiring Schematics

    Show'em if you got'em. Here are a couple of my favorites Coyote put together:

    System 1 : 12v Standard system

    12v Camera
    12v VTX
    DOSD seperate from the current sensor.
    It has a LC Filter incorperated.
    All equipment is after the current sensor so a true mah reading is displayed




    System 2 - 12v step up system

    12v Camera
    12v VTX
    DOSD seperate from the current sensor
    LC Filter
    Powered off the balance plug
    Step up transformer used for constant 12 volt supply under load



    System 3 - 4S 14.8v Supplied 12v regulated system
    12v Camera
    12v VTX
    DOSD seperate from the current sensor
    LC Filter
    LM7812 regulates the 4S supply to 12v


    Wiring diagram for basic 12v system using GPS and Current Sensor For a Delta wing airframe

    12v Camera
    12v VTX
    DOSD seperate from current sensor
    LC Filter



    A General 5v system

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    Is there a program you use to make these diagrams? I've been using MS paint but that just sucks.

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    I did the ones above on MS Paint. they dont take to long but a better program would be good

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    Not bad for MS Paint. if you want something better you could download GIMP (Gnu Image Manipulation Program)

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    Here is a free PCB layout tool. Visio is probably the best overall though.
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    Visio is the best from what i've used. Anyone have any stencils for FPV Equipment?

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    damn, those are some heavy schematics ...


    4S battery ==> TBS
    CAM <======> PSU ====> EzOSD ===> VTx

    I'll draw it up sometime

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coyote View Post
    I did the ones above on MS Paint. they dont take to long but a better program would be good



    In MS Paint?????? I'm not worthy

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    How about some Eagle Tree schematics....anybody?

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    they're not "schematics", they're multi-chapter documents

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