Get it regarding the pins. The ESC is a Roxxy BL Control 710: http://www.robbe.de/roxxy-blcontrol-710.html and here's a picture regarding the ESC info:This means that I can connect it at 5V?, It means you can use the ESC's BEC +5vdc wire to power the arduino via it's 5V pin (and ground pin), regardless of what the battery voltage you are using. A BEC is basically a built in +5vdc voltage regulator. PS: There were some topics saying that the number of cells of the battery dictates the signal voltage. (for each cell/1.2v) Is that true?No, the ESC's PPM control signal input will be a logic level PPM digital control input signal, normally using the same logic level voltage that the arduino outputs, 0-+5vdc, regardless of the actually battery voltage.Lefty
The questions are:1.Along the signal pin from the Arduino, there are those other 2 pins for supplying. What should I do with them? Connect them to the Arduino? Leave them alone?2.What should be the voltage for the signal pin coming from Arduino? (I have a 3S battery for the motors, and a 2S battery for the platform)
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