Complicated NOOB Questions

Ok I'm looking to build a Tarot 650 Pro Sport with the following components:

 

1. T-Motor 5218 340 Kv

2. T-Motor 17” Carbon Props

3. A-Spec Turnigy Li-Po 5000mAH 65C - 6S

4.  Hobbyking YEP 20A HV (2~12S) SBEC w/Selectable Voltage Output

5.  Hobbywing 40A 2-6s Lipo – No BEC

6. 3DR Pixhawk Flight Controller

  1. Typical Components – GPS – Telemetry Radio
  2. Added the AttoPilot Voltage and Current Sense Breakout - 180A because of the high draw from the motors.

My question is am I crazy for using this hardware together?  Will the AttoPilot Volatge and Current Sense Breakout be able to handle the voltage/watts in order for all of the other components to work?  I'm scared to short out the pixhawk because of the cost so I want to have my ducks in a row before diving in to wiring it together. 

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  • According to the spec, looks like the Attopilot sensor will easily handle what you are going to be drawing.  T-motor has some specs and at 100% throttle you're going to draw around 100 A for 4 rotors.  

    • Thanks for the verification and boost of confidence! 

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