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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by Kevin226, Apr 1, 2015.

  1. Kevin226

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    IMG_20150401_181708_055.jpg

    Crashed and was able to repair the rest but what looks like a resistor or capacitor broke off...any help identifying this so I can replace would be a great help
     
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    whats the component you took the photo of... ??
    Perhaps if you give us a clue we can take a pic / show you.
     
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    sorry, it is circled in red above here is a diff angle P2V+ right above the battery opening...
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  4. msinger

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    FWIW, here's a photo of what it should look like:

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    It's a resistor. You managed to find the one part whose value isn't labeled in the schematic.
    Tomorrow I can tell you the value. I'd hazard a guess now that it's 2.2K ohm.
    It controls the power getting to the gimbal.

    Edit: confirmed it's 2.2K ohm.
     
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    I am getting 2.4k on mine with the component in place. 2.2-2.4 tomato-tomatoe. Take your pick. The battery smart leads can be soldered straight to the resistors on the board, just do it quick so you dont lift them.

    Jeremy