crazy1pi: I have a quadcopter my self.
To answer your question the esc get's power from the distribution board .
The esc wil then power the kk2.0 board .
Robert Woods: It is a pity the camera was out of focus,as i am deaf so have to have visual or subtitles.
ODX171: Hi Roger. Great video. I was able to have many questions answered to my liking and was very happy with your explanation of so many build points. I especially liked the way you added a cover to protect the electronics and explained your way to add the power distribution board under the KK 2. Great advice from this entire video. Thanks for taking time to make this and safe flying.
marcel halsema: Hoe zit het met de throttle respons, heb KK2.0 op mijn F450 frame maar ik blijf spelen met mijn gas stick. Tikje gas erbij als een raket (beetje overdreven) omhoog, dus een tikje gas eraf komt hij als een figuurlijke baksteen naar beneden. Enig idee?
chabou7852: Hi Nate , have a look to these videos (5 chapters) Basic Quadcopter Tutorial - Chapter 1 - Parts and Setup
Hope this help
Nate Hindman: I gon't quite understand how to run electricity through this thing properly. If I could get my hands on a quadcopter and just investigate I could get it but nobody I know also does this for a hobby. 1:55 you have a "power distribution board" but how does it connect to the kk2? how to you connect your receiver as well?
steijn30: Goede video! I use more or less the same settings with KK2 board with 1.5 firmware. P gain for self leveling set at 75. Great stability!
Brindsley Wright: Excellent video Roger. When are you going to post the next stages of the setup. Till now I have been using Naza GPS but I am moveing this to a hex which I am currently building so I am installing KK2 into my Talon V2 but am having issues due to my ignorance of the board. I made a simple mistake of omitting to disconnect one motor wire on each when calibrating, this resulted in frying one of the motors.