Can you offer too many amps?
June 27, 2011
I have this multicopter. it is a flying robot, with one huge, powerful LiPo underneath.
I say it again, it is huge, and it can pull a car with all the amps and burst-c's that I dont understand.
Building the thing was terribly nerve wrecking - though it mostly was made from other peoples semi-premade parts. Because; I have extremely delicate 3Volts electronics side by side next to stuff that needs cables fat as a thumb, because of all the juice (in lack of better words) they have to let through.
Now, my question is this:
I just purchased a new tiny video transmitter (and a matching receiver). Cool! The specs on this transmitter, that is to be placed on the flying thing says that in terms of Volts, it is fine within the range of what the huge brick of a powerhouse LiPo can deliver.
But I also know that this brick of a LiPo is so strong on the Amp-side, that I could use it to welder.
Does this matter? Is it OK to hook up a tiny thing right up to something that can kill an elephant in Amps, if the Volts match? Or are some volts more heavy than other - will my transmitter fry?