It is possible that the fcb was being powered by the esc. And easy easy to tell: plug your battery in and see if the fcb lights up. If yes then you're good to go. If no lights, you will have to power your fcb with another 5v power supply.
Yeah I know there's a reason those escs are so cheap lol but my new passion in this hobby is to try to build quads out of the oldest, cheapest equipment possible.
The only reason I can think for configuring the escs is to reverse motor directions but if it comes to that the old school way of...
Hello fellow quadcopter folks, I found some super cheap electronic online that would be perfect for my ultra light 5" quad I've been thinking about slapping together but I'm not too sure if these relics will play well together .
Will the afro 12 amp escs:
And the Naze 32 Rev6 acro fcb:
You'll have to use the flysky reciever with the flysky transmitter, the different brands will not work together.
As for wiring the reciever, solder the signal wire to the "rx1" pad, the red wire to a 5v pad and black to ground.
When you set it up in betaflight you'll want to switch the "uart1"...
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