Electric Curcuit#

On picture below you may see a block scheme depicting how Valera’s electric curcuit is composed.


That’s how it looks in reality


Assebling Instruction#

Before we start:#


Please watch the assembling process video or read a full instruction below.

Step 1#

Connect low current voltage converter, two wires and jack cable to the button form one side and XT60 wire from another side. Mind the polarity.

_images/Assm_Butt_VoltConvLowCur_D.jpg _images/Assm_Butt_VoltConvLowCur_A.jpg

Step 2#

Connect an input of the high current voltage converter to the two wireswe connected to the button before. Mind the polarity.


Step 3#

Connect a Servo Controller through two wires to the output of the high current voltage converter. Mind the polarity.


Step 4#

Connect the USB wire to the output of the low current voltage converter, I used screw connectors for myself. Mind the polarity.


Step 5#

Plug in the USB wire to the screen through USB to micro USB L-shaped cable.


Step 6#

Plug the jack cable in the Odroid.


Step 7#

Connect the screen to the Odroid through HDMI cable.


Step 8#

Plug the speaker into the Odroid. You may use the USB port you like.


Step 9#

Connect the Servo Controller to the Odroid. You need three wires: SCL, SDA and GND. Pinout is written on the controller itself, and pinout for Odroid you can see here:

_images/odroid_pinout.jpg _images/Assm_OdroidToServCont.jpg

Step 10#

Connect all 6 Servos to the Servo Controller through servo extension wires. Make sure you plug data cables to the data pins and mind the polarity.


Step 11#

Connect the battery to the XT60 wire.



Congratulations!!! Now you can put the ssembled scheme into base box and procced to the next step in creating your own Valera!!!