SunFounder APM Voltage Current Sensor Power Module

SunFounder APM Voltage Current Sensor Power Module

US$14.99
SKU: SF-TS0552

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SunFounder APM Voltage Current Sensor Power Module

Features
1. This module can measure the current consumption and battery voltage.
2. Supports 28V input and 5.3V output, at max 3A current.
3. Equipped with a power switch to turn ON/OFF the battery power.
4. Suitable for APM/Pixhawk flight controller.
5. The 6-pin DF13 cable plugs directly to APM 2.5's PM connector.

Product Description

Details

Introduction
This device is a DC-DC power supply module designed for the APM 2.0/2.5/2.5.2/2.6/2.8 and Pixhawk. It supports both voltage and current sensing and connects to the PM connector of APM or Pixhawk via a 6-pin cable, which is easy to use and provides stable and reliable supply. At most it supports an input of 28V and output of 5.3V, and a maximum 3A current. With stability and reliability, this module is the best choice for your flight control!
Note: The power module supplies only for devices including the flight control, receiver, GPS, data transmitter, OSD, air speedometer, etc. DO NOT supply servos by the module; otherwise the flight control or other devices may not work normally due to the large current consumed by some servos. Therefore, if the aircraft needs to carry servos, please supply them separately by BEC or built-in BEC of ESC.
For more details, refer to our WIKI.

Specifications
Input Voltage: Max 28V (2-6S Lithium battery)
Output Voltage: 5.3V
Max Output Current: 3A
Max Output Current: 90A
Voltage and current match with 5V ADC

Package included
1 x APM Voltage/Current Module
1 x 6-Pin Cable

Additional Information

Additional Information

Name SunFounder APM Voltage Current Sensor Power Module
Free Shipping No
UPC 717760738400
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