Power brick mini alternatives

Hi, Im just curious, would one consider the Power Brick Mini
adequate to use with a 5Kg copter and Tmotor mn5008 motors? on average they wont draw more than 25amps, but they could in theory draw about 120A… will the power brick mini be ok for that? how would it fail if it fails? will the shunt de-solder itself or will the reading just not be accurate anymore?


The power brick that ships with the cube sets is only really rated for about 30 amps continuous. Above that you are looking at putting in a parallel wire to reduce the current going through the sensor or picking up a sensor that can handle higher currents. Mauch has several options ready to go using some pretty decent current sensors. More than good enough for UAS work. Web Store