Build an Arduino shield for Quadcopter - Arduino Adapter
I have been searching for ideas of making a Quadcopter Arduino flight controller Adapter to sit my Arduino nano board and the GY80, also have some header pins for motors and receiver to make the cabling tidy. There are a lot of Arduino shields people have designed for the Quadcopter. I didn’t follow any of the designs. I actually didn’t follow any planned design, and solder the parts on the veroboard as I go along. Here is my own build. I deliberately left some empty space on the top right corner, so I can extend the board if I want to for example for the GPS module or ultrasonic sensor and so on. This design has a few disadvantages, and there are some quick fixes I applied. BEC voltage input The ESC BEC voltage input should have been all disconnected except one of them. I should actually utilize these BEC 5V voltage supply. Motor and Receiver header pins position motor pins should be placed on all four directions for easier access. Microcontroller Socket Round adapter board by Warthox.