Place some double-stick foam
tape on the bottom of your receiver
and attach it as shown in Figure 15.
Here, I am showing a Futaba receiver,
but there should be plenty of room
for almost any other type. Make sure
the receiver's connectors are facing
the rear of the craft.
Attach ESC Cables
Route the four ESC control cables
through the large hole in the front of
the component platform. Referring
back to Figure 8, attach the ESC
control cable that is connected to
motor #1 to the terminals on the
NAZA marked M1. The black wire on
the ESC connector should be pointed
up as shown in Figure 16.
Repeat the process for all the ESC
control cables, matching the motor
number to the same number on the
NAZA. The unused connections on the
NAZA are used for other
Route the antenna wires on the
receiver through one of the holes in
the platform. This is done to keep the
props from hitting the wires.
Double-check your cables. If you
switch one of them, your quad will
flip the first time you try to fly it.
Attach Receiver Cables
Attach your receiver cables to the
NAZA as shown in Figure 17. For the
Futaba 8FG, use Table 1 as a guide
for your connections. If you are using
a Turnigy 9X for your radio, use Table
2 for your connections. For other
radios, you will have to do research,
but chances are one of these
connection tables will work for you.
The NAZA comes with all the
cables needed to connect the
receiver to the NAZA. They are
Futaba style cables, and will
work with both the Futaba and
Receiver Channel NAZA Connector
Table 1 (Futaba 8FG).
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Table 2 (Turnigy 9X).