For those EZB(4) users that have a vertical clearance challenge, there are a couple of things that can be done to shorten the amount of vertical space occupied by your new version 4 EZB.First you can remove the outer shell and gain some additional space. Second you can remove the original Mini Deans power connector, then modify a new min-dean connector by bending the contacts 90 degrees and solder it into place. This effort will also provide you with just a little more vertical clearance for your project effort.This image shows the original Deans connector on your EZB(4)This image shows the original Deans connector removed and the new deans connector with the power pins bent into a 90 degree angle.This image shows the modified Deans connector installed into the EZB(4)
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Oh, I like it :-)) I have not so much space in my robot. It's a nice idea, thanks :-)
Cool idea! I like it!