7.4V 450MAH LIPO 2S BATTERY PACK WITH JST CONNECTOR
7.4V 450mAh LiPo 2S Battery Pack with JSTConnector
Voltage 7.4v @ 450mah
Note, The Nano Battle Bot only need to run 3 mins at a time
DC-DC Buck-Mode Power Module (8~28V to 5V 3A)
DC-DC Buck-Mode Power Module (8~28V to 5V 3A) | DFRobot DFR0571 | Core Electronics Australia
Input voltage range 8V~28V and fixed output voltage/current 5V/3A
6 Channel 2.4G X6FG Receiver For X6 Transmitter Dumborc RC Remote Controller
6 Channel 2.4G X6FG Receiver For X6 Transmitter Dumborc RC Remote Controller | eBay
Voltage Range: 3.3-10V
ESC Motor Controller
Flipsky Dual Way 5AX2 Brushed ESC Speed Controller 2-3S for 130/180 Motor Engine RC Car Airplane Model Parts
Flipsky Dual Way 5AX2 Brushed ESC RC Car Parts Sale - Banggood Australia
Rating voltage: 6V-14V
2 x 1000:1 Micro Metal Gearmotor HPCB 6V with Extended Motor Shaft | POLOLU-3080 | Core Electronics Australia
Rated Voltage 6V @ 150ma
Are these motors like 130/180 Motors?
Hi @Jon166537 - welcome back
can you help us out a bit with some more details? This isn’t a forum specific to robot battles so our users may not be familiar with the rules (or even what competition you’re referring to! )
A link to the competition, rules etc would be a great start.
In any case, I can see from your Bill of Materials that yeah - you do cover the basic recipe for building a substantial little robot, but how specific do you want to get with feedback?
Thanks for the quick reply.
I just wanted to make sure the ESC controller at 5VDC could drive the two HPCB 6V motors.
Its his first Battle bot project from this video
I’m a little concerned with your choice of regulator since it has a minimum input of 8V and your battery is 7.4V
here’s our step-down dc dc converter category to consider
Any of those options look functional @Jon166537 - it’s up to you to define ‘best’. Maybe you need to optimise for weight, or keep the cost low.
Battle bots are a multi-parameter problem and only you will know what ‘best’ means for you!