PM07 Quick Start Guide
The PM07 serves the purpose of a Power Module as well as a Power Distribution Board. It supplies regulated 5.2V to flight controller from the battery and provides current consumption and battery voltage measurements via analog signal through a 6 Pin JST-GH cable, along with integrated esc power & signal distribution for up to 8 ESCs. It is designed specifically for flight controller that do not have built-in servo header pins like the Pixhawk 6C & Pixhawk 4. It comes with pre-soldered wires, capacitor, and XT60 connector.
To power the flight controller, connect one of the PWR ports of PMB to one of the POWER port on the flight controller.
This diagram shows the internally connection of these ports
The following table summarizes how to connect your Flight Controller's PWM OUT ports to PMB’s PWM-IN ports, depending on the PX4 Airframe Reference. You can find this reference online in PX4 User guide.
The pinout of Pixhawk 4 & 6C ’s power ports is shown below. The CURRENT signal should carry an analog voltage from 0-3.3V for 0-120A as default. The VOLTAGE signal should carry an analog voltage from 0-3.3V for 0-60A as default. The VCC lines have to offer at least 3A continuous and should default to 5.1V. A lower voltage of 5V is still acceptable, but discouraged.
Power 1, Power 2 port
- PCB Cont. Current Rating: 90A PCB
- Burst Current Rating: 140A (<60 Sec)
- Max Current Sensing: 120A
- 5V Output current :3A
- Input Battery : 2~12S
- Dimensions:68*50*10 mm
- Mounting Holes:45*45mm
- Weight: 40.3g
The XT60 plug and 12AWG wire that PM07 comes with is rated for 30A continuous current