Jetson Nano on Quadcopter


I am trying to put a Jetson Nano on my Quadcopter. I currently have a 14.8V 2200 mAh Li-Po battery. As I understand this would be sufficient for the Jetson Nano, or do I need 4A? Also would I need an attachment like this: HobbyWing UBEC-3A - RMRC to connect to the battery pack? Thank you

I can’t answer that, but I will say that Jetsons are very sensitive to power regulation quality. You will need good regulation, and if the rest of the quadcopter is powered by the same battery, then inductive loads (such as motors) will mean your regulator has a more difficult job. I think the regulator is critical, but I couldn’t give any specific way to determine if a particular regulator is sufficient.

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