You followed my miniquad parts list or bought your parts and want to put it all together now? This miniquad build instructions will cover the whole build process, starting from wiring your motors and ESCs to the PDB and hooking up your Naze32, FPV and OSD.
Miniquad parts list – 210mm racing miniquad
I see too many pilots flying miniquads they built as kits from aliexpress, eBay and some other weird places to buy miniquads from. Their miniquads are more prone to breaking because of a bad choice for a frame, cheap motors and ESCs with low performance and etc…! This Miniquad Parts List is here to battle all those crappy kits and save the newbies some money…
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Naze32 receiver – PWM, PPM and Serial (S.Bus)
There are 3 options for connecting your Naze32 receiver. First is PWM, requires connecting a wire from your receiver to the naze32 for each channel, a total of 8 wires. Second is PPM, requires a receiver that supports PPM (like the FrSky D4R-II), and one single wire. Third is Serial (S.bus or satellite for example), requires a receiver that supports a serial signal (like the FrSky X4R-SB or a DSM satellite) and one single wire.
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Connecting OSD to Naze32
On Screen Display, OSD, allows you to see flight data from the flight controller, on your video feed. Displaying the battery voltage, flight mode, timer, and Name can be useful. There are two possible ways to do so.