The power module which comes included in the package, I think is limited to 30A.
If I wanted to build a more powerful copter, I would need to allow for greater amperage. Do you sell such a power module?
True… if you need to pull more current you can use the older pixhawk power module, the one we sell supports up to 6S and can handle 90A continuous draw which is good enough for just about most quads. The only issue is the connector is not comptible with PH2.1, but we do sell appropriate connector cables in our shop. If you need even more current/voltage we can get some other power modules for you, just let me know.
This cable pack will work… my only suggestion is that double check the pinout of both the power module and PH2.1 as these cables where originally made for our pixhack board, but PH2 has connections inverted and I cant recall off hand if our current batch has the correct orientation or not.
Yes that will work, but I do remember there was an issue with the connector standard that changed a couple months ago.
The connectors themself are correct and fully compatible, but the wires might now as we had these made up before pixhawk 2.1 was released using the old dronecode connector standard, which means that the one end now needs to be rotated 180 degrees. I can honestly not recall right now if our current batch is correct or not, but it is easy enough to swap them over if its wrong.
That’s fine, but would the connectors themselves be able to fit nicely into the pixhawk i2c socket?
I can switch wires around, but I am more concerned with the connector itself, fitting into the pixhawk and also the I2C extension board.
The connectors which the pixhawk 2.1 uses is used by nobody else.