Introducing the PM06 Power Module, the ultimate solution for supplying clean 5.2V power to your flight controller and distributing it to your 4 ESCs. With a wide input voltage range of 2S-14S, this power module can handle all your voltage needs. It has a continuous current rating of 70A and a burst current rating of 120A (for less than 60 seconds), ensuring that you have reliable power even during high-intensity flights.
In addition to its impressive power capabilities, the PM06 also features a voltage divider of 18.182 and amperes per volt of 36.364 for precise current consumption and battery voltage measurements. These measurements can be accessed through the 6 Pin JST-GH cable via an analog signal.
The PM06 comes with pre-soldered wires, a capacitor, and an XT60 connector for your convenience. However, please note that the XT60 plug and 12AWG wire are rated for 30A continuous current and 60A burst current (for less than 60 seconds). If you require higher current, it is recommended to change the plug type and wire size accordingly.
In terms of physical specifications, the PM06 has dimensions of 35x35x5mm and a mounting hole of 30.5mm*30.5mm. It is lightweight at only 24g, making it easy to integrate into your drone build. Please note that this PM06 Power Module uses analog data output and is not compatible with the Pixhawk 5X & 6X (a digital PM like the PM02D is required for these models).
Overall, the PM06 Power Module is a reliable and versatile choice for powering and distributing electricity in your drone build.
- Input voltage: 2S-14S
- PCB Cont. Current Rating: 70A
- PCB Burst Current Rating: 120A (<60 Sec)
- Output: DC 5.2V & 3A Max (Note: To ensure proper heat dissipation, UBEC output current needs to be limited to <2A when using 14S battery.)
- Voltage Divider: 18.182
- Amperes per Volt: 36.364
- Dimensions: 35x35x5mm
- Mounting hole: 30.5mm*30.5mm
- Weight: 24g
- 1x Power Module
- 1x 80mm XT60 connector wire (pre-soldered)
- 1x Electrolytic capacitor: 220uF 63V (pre-soldered)
- 1x JST GH 6pin cable
Setup and Configuration Guide
Please see the official manual here- Power Module – Holybro Docs