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My Phantom Schematics

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by aadvanboven, Dec 13, 2013.

  1. aadvanboven

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    Hi all, with all the stuff being added to the Phantom it was very much needed to have a good overview how everything is connected. I made the attached schematic overview. Maybe someone can use it to extend their Phantom.

    The Powerpoint version (editable) can be downloaded here : http://www.aadvanboven.nl/PhantomSchematics.pptx
     

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  2. Topeeka

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    What a neat layout...sure gives me a better idea of what is where and who does what to whom! While I have no plans to make any modifications to my Phantom....this really is a good aid to knowing what happens under the hood.

    A request...(and you can expect the 'usual' fee..ll!), could you do one of these for the P2V?? Thanks again....
     
  3. aadvanboven

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    Hi Topeeka, my setup is not how it came out of the box :D I have added a lot of extra's. Most of them original DJI accessoires, but also some other products like the Arris Gimbal.

    The red boxes are phantom-parts. I removed the original receiver and replaced it by the Futaba one.

    Unfortunately I do not have a PV2...
     
  4. PhantomFan

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    Wow...nice job. You really crammed all that into and onto the shell of a Phantom, eh??? Kudos.

    PF
     
  5. NMG318

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    Outstanding depiction for a new guy. Thanks
     
  6. aadvanboven

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    Little crowded in there but everything works just fine. Take-off weight 1320 grams. Flighttime 6 minutes on standard 2200mah battery.Only thing missing in the picture is the LiPo alarm. It sits in the lower-left arm. Now busy with upgrading the landing gear and usage of double batteries.
     

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    Super job- but it's showing a v1.1.1 with a Naza v1. That seems to be cropping up a lot.
     
  8. Topeeka

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    Yes....I knew it was not a stock Phantom. My first clue?? The fancy Futaba Controller....!
     
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    Very cool..... thanks. I just bought the FPV stuff yesterday from Hobby Wireless. Drove down from Austin to San Antonio to get it.

    I'm curious about the BTU module. I'm guessing it's a way to connect to NAZA without USB cable.
     
  10. aadvanboven

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    It is a Phantom from october 2013. Labeled as 1.1.1.
    But with Naza v1, new type dual antenna receiver, tx with springloaded levers but no tilt control.
    Looks like an in-between model....

    But is flies brilliant...


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