C-GO3 C-G03 broken wire

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  1. Ter

    Terra1961 New Member

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    Hi there,

    i hope my english was not to poor..

    I have broken my Gimball / cables and repair it with the Information from Broken Gimbal wire repair - pre-emptive modification, my PWM soldering contact looks like the same.

    Now I have make a mistake before, I have removed all cables from the other side ( marked it with a good pen ), but found out now that the pen was not so good as I think, numbers from connectors are lost.

    Did some one has Pictures from the other side where the cables that are going to the Camera and Antenna, that I can verify them.

    Please let me know.

    Thanks for your help.

    Michael
     
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    If you look at the pictures that are in the repair thread, you can figure which is which by the color of the wires.

    I presume that you mean the mount, not antenna that you took the wires off.

    GND - Black
    VCC - Yellow
    PWM - Red
     
  3. Ter

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    No not this cables, I have fixed it.
    I remove the screews, mark cable and connector from the secound side, but the pen was not the best one, so that I lost the numbers on cable and connector.

    So I Need to know where each cable that goes to the camera was connectet.
     
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    Could you post a picture so we know which wires or connectors you are talking about?
     
  5. Ter

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    IMG_2062.JPG IMG_2063.JPG IMG_2064.JPG IMG_2065.JPG Some pictures
     
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    Yeah, you definitely took off a few connectors.

    When in doubt, I always try to let the cables lay naturally and they tend to be real close to where they are supposed to go ( with the circuit boards back in place).

    Hopefully someone will chime in and help you out here. I am on Vacation and a long ways away from my camera.
     
  7. Ter

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    No one, with pictures / informations?
     
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    Most activity is on the weekends, have some patience, keep doing searches on your own.
     
  9. ben

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    Helo sir..i have a same problem like you, i am not take a note just unplug everything coz i thought every pin have a same location for plugin later..im corious if you plug just plug what ever pin as long it match what behaviour your gimbal do?

    Motor doesnt move or else?
     
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    I had the same Problem. made this picture to clear this out easily.

    So as far as I found out:
    A: Camera rotation Encode
    B: Center Encoder
    C: Top Encoder
    D: Camera Motor
    E: Center Motor
    F: Top Motor
    G: USB Programmer
    H: ?
    I: Gimbal MPU controller inside Cam
    J: 5V Power for the Cam
     
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  11. Matthew G

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    A,B,C
    Which one is Yaw, Pitch, Roll?
     
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