Cut wires from 70 pro Opto

30 Jul 2015 17:40 - 30 Jul 2015 17:41 #1 von Miko
Stupid question but never I tried before : if I cut wire from Esc to motor and tomorrow I want longer, is it possible opening carefully plastic around circuit to change completely wires? or soldering directly motor wires?
Excuse me.
Hacker 70 OPTO arrived today.....

M I K O

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31 Jul 2015 15:51 - 31 Jul 2015 15:51 #2 von PW
Hi,

here I would ask Hacker support.


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31 Jul 2015 17:26 #3 von Miko
I've seen this video ( minute 25, at the end) It's what I would like to do


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31 Jul 2015 17:28 - 31 Jul 2015 17:29 #4 von Miko
Strange that there is no a minimal tutorial on this from Hacker/Jeti .

Clear it's not something that you do everyday, but sometimes if you short wires today ....you need to change them in a second moment in another plane.......so why not?

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31 Jul 2015 18:00 #5 von HNAGL
Hallo Miko,
This is not a problem, but you need a soldering iron with 50 Watt + and be careful with elektronic parts nearby the soldered point.
Overheating destoyed SMD parts very quickly.

With greets


Harald

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01 Aug 2015 11:13 - 01 Aug 2015 11:14 #6 von h.eberbach
Miko,

why don`t you just solder pieces of wire to the short lengths, so to speak "halfway" between ESC and motor?

With a "normally good" solder joint, there is no technical disadvantage (considerable(!) voltage drop) associated with this method.
I have done it often without problem.

Herbert

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