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It is on channel 6 but its not a true PPM receiver it has to be treated as a satellite receiver. I have it setup on a standard Naze32 board on a mini quad via standard + and – the the signal wire on pin 4. this works fine. The integrated board appears to only have pads so I might have to wire direct to them or perhaps @David could advise us of these pads are connections back to the multi pins that we soldered onto the integrated board at the beginning of the build video.
Has anybody installed a satellite receiver to the tri copter Naze board?
I have one connected to a stand alone Naze board on a ZMR250. Using pin 1 for negative, pin 2 for positive and pin 4 for signal. Are these pins on the main tri copter pins that you solder in or do they have to be soldered to the main part of the board?
Any ideas Anybody?
I’ve watched you KK2 board video but is there a video about flashing the software you mention on to the board.
I usually use NAZA but thought i would try the KK2 mini you recommend in your set up.
Any advice is appreciated.