APM/Pixhawk Power Module V6.0 Output BEC 3A XT60 Plug 28V 90A
A battery Eliminator circuit is a type of voltage regulator.it is used to prevent high voltage towards the Esc’s and pass the required voltage which is essential. As modern RC airplanes use high voltage batteries, it allows you to run your receiver, servos, and other accessories from your main battery without using a separate lower voltage one.
The APM 2.5.2/2.6/2.8 Pixhawk Power Module is a simple way of providing your APM 2.5 with clean power from a LiPo battery as well as current consumption and battery voltage measurements, all through a 6-pos cable. The on-board switching regulator outputs 5.3V and a maximum of 2.25A from a 2S-6S LiPo battery. The Power Module comes completely assembled with “Deans” or “T” connectors, and wrapped in shrink tubing for protection. Also, the circuit detects a sensing current around 90 A.
The Power Module is only designed to power APM, an RC receiver, and APM accessories (GPS, 3DR radio). It is not designed to power the servos. Use your aircraft’s own ESC/BEC for that.
- Voltage and current measurement configured for 5V ADC.
- Switching regulator outputs 5.3V and 3A max.
- 6-pos DF13 cable plugs directly to APM 2.5’s ‘PM’ connector.
- Supports from 2 cell to 6 cell battery.
Package Includes :
|Operating Voltage (VDC)||
6 to 28
|Max input voltage(VDC)||
|Max current sensing(A)||
15 × 5 × 2 cm