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Old 03-17-2018, 08:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Powerbus and 2 BEC leads

Still contemplating a Protos 380 build, would like to run Neo and new YGE65LVT. This ESC has two BEC leads, which also combines the RPM in same plug.

Will the Powerbus cary power via the "RPM" port or only via the "ESC" port? If only via ESC, not much point in the powerbus as I'd need to run second BEC lead to Neo anyway.

Perhaps someone can explain the "PWR" port as well, as it doesn't appear to have a port at the front of the bus, only the rear.

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Old 03-18-2018, 06:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Well, the YGE65LVT actually does not have two BEC leads, only the 95LVT does. The blue lead is only Telemetry, RPM and GND. If you want to use RPM and telemetry then you have to run a wire to the Neo as the middle pin of the RPM port on the power bus is not connected on one side and on the other it is connected to V+. The PWR port is only needed if you use a seperate BEC (e.g. if your ESC is without BEC).
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