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honzikd There should be no problem with buying the same button in any electronics parts store. I'd rather leave the update button intact, but if you cannot buy a spare button, go ahead and place it instead of the bind button...

2020-08-22 03:32:33 Helpful (0)
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honzikd I'dnot put any load higher than 1 A on the 5V branch. Better use some light step-down regulator (like e.g. this one: https://www.banggood.com/2A-4-36V-to-3_3V5V6V9V12V-Converter-Step-Down-Voltage-Regulator-Power-Module-p-1364307.html?rmmds=search

2020-02-12 03:31:14 Helpful (0)
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honzikd No,there's no remote control included nor the receiver. You'd need: batteries (3S around 450mAh will do the trick), charger for the batteries, reiceiver and transmitter

2020-02-12 03:23:55 Helpful (0)
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