I must be misunderstanding something, but when I see motors such as
It says that the needed voltage is 4-6s, that is 14.8V minimum.
Now, how can a 4s battery, supply FOUR 14.8 Volt motors?
Wouldn't the required voltage need to be 4*14.8=59Volts?
I must be misunderstanding something, because splitting a 14.8 Volts into four different paths, using a power distribution board, should theoretically create 4 paths with 14.8/4=3.7Volts each, which is far below the required voltage for the four quadcopter motors.
I hope someone can clear this up for me because my lack of understanding is getting on my nerves
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Yep, was switching up the effect of a parallel power supply on Voltage to Amps, brain glitch.