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APM board connections


APM 2.5 board connection points.

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1. Outputs and Inputs

  • Common negative-rail (pins closest to edge “-”) provides a negative path to complete power and signal circuits
  • Separate positive-rails (central pins “+”) for low-level power distribution
  • Individual sensor/signal pins (inner pins “S”) output control signals to motor-ESCs and take-in RC input signals from the Rx

 

2. Micro USB

  • Direct connection to a computer

 

3. Power Module

  • Provides power input and battery monitoring capability

 

4. 3DR Radio

 

5.GPS

  • Input from GPS receiver (Rx)

 

6. Analog I/O

  • Common negative-rail (outer “-”) shared with Inputs and Outputs
  • Positive-rail (center “+”) is connected with the positive rail on the Inputs
  • Individual signal pins (inner “S”) connect with servos and sensors

 

7. I2C connection.

  • Inter-Integrated Circuit, a type of serial bus. This allows multiple peripheral devices to be connected with a single port

 

8. Jumper-JP1

  • Connects the positive-rail of the Outputs to the positive-rails of the Inputs-Analog (details)

 

9. Optional I/O ports


  • Anti-vibration techniques, methods and “tuning” are covered in greater detail in the Anti-Vibration section of the Wiki: (Here!)
    • A 3/4″ inch square Kyosho Zeal Gel or Moon Gel pad under each corner of the flight controller, lightly secured by a Velcro strap with 1/2″ of foam under it will normally provide sufficient vibration damping.
  • Compensation for Magnetometer interference from the motors is covered: (Here!)

APM 2.5 Exploding Graphic and Detailed description of Options

Select this Link For a look inside the case and a detailed description of options.


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