I hate all those cables invading our little planes !
I like the german expression which describes this situation : "Kabelsalat".
I'm sorry that still no one uses PPM connections (yes, this receiver has a PPM out on channel 12).
This is then the best solution I found to minimize the amount of cables to connect the receiver to the UDB.
The connection includes 5 channels in (throttle, ailerons, elevator, rudder and autopilot mode), receiver feeding, a board to connect pan/tilt camera servos for autonomous targeting firmware, extra servos feeding.
Please note that the connections are on the bottom of the UDB board. I modified the pins to use the UDB with the Oilpan, but in this case I'm not using it (the Oilpan).
Here is the complete connection.
All the system is feeded by the throttle out / ESC BEC (already extensively tested on my Arcus, in the standard "Kabelsalat" layout).
It could be simpler but for the moment I'm using a board I already made.
I crimp all the cables myself. This way I can have the exact length I want, avoiding unuseful extra copper on board.
After that it remains to connect servos, eventually telemetry (another 3 poles cable to a logger or OSD or ...), eventually a magnetometer (4 poles cable).
Hope this will help some and stimulate some others ;)