I've been rebuilding a 3DR Y6 DIY. Flew a first flight yesterday and everything was performing great.
Thanks in advance for any help!
EDIT: I realized that i'm not getting battery voltage into my BEC (dimension engineering voltage regulator)... i'm getting 5V out through the power distribution board from the BECs.
Frak, it looks like a bricked all 6 of my brand new 3DR ESCs. :/
My Y6 arms, but when I then throttle up, I get nadda from the ESCs/motors.
*sigh* - this is the SECOND set of 6 speed controllers I fried. First time was me just being stupid, wiring up an XT60 connector with my polarity reversed. This one has me stumped.
Why wiring a adjustable voltage regulator to the 5V output of the ESC BECs would fry my ESCs (both BEC and main ESC) is beyond me. I think it has something to do with the fact that I had all 6 ESC BECs wired to the PDB... even though I wasn't using the darn 5v output! DOH! STUPID STUPID STUPID. (I'm definitely paying the n00b tax).