BadWolf GT2B Case mod v2
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My updated version of a case for a slimmed down version of the popular GT2B transmitter.
Some of the updates are:
- Original screws to hold the case together (now you only need to supply 2 x 3m screws + nuts for the pcb and potentiometer)
- Using existing powerswitch with a printed extension
- Can accommodate the included 800mah battery
- Hole for the bind button
- A few mm slimmer then v1 and with lots rounded edges
Here's a great tutorial with lots of pictures:
To assemble you'll need;
2 x 680 ohm resistors (solder where on the inputs to the unused channel)
1 x M3 14mm screw (to hold trigger)
1 x M3 4mm screw (PCB)
2 x M3 nuts
You need to cut off the red areas indicated in the third photo, also cut the bind button as short as possible. The usb-jack needs to be desoldered, add 2 wires (about 10cm) for 5v and ground between the pcb and jack for charging the lipo.
The lipo-battery that comes with the transmitter is about 50% rubber, so peeling back the label and removing the rubber pieces on either side makes it a lot slimmer so you can hot glue it to one side of the case. Don't forget to add electrical/gaffers tape around the battery as not to short it with the pcb.
When you're done do a transmitter calibration on your ESC.
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