M3 screws are recommended for mounting. In saline environments such as coastal and oceanic, the screw material must be stainless steel.
There might be situations where external isolation components might be needed.
Veronte R12S can be mounted in different ways in order to reject the airframe vibration. The simplest way could be achieved by just using double-sided tape on the bottom side. Other ways may use some external structure which could be rigidly attached to the airframe and softly attached to R12S (e.g. foam, silent blocks, aerogel, etc).
The user should take into account that wiring should be loose enough so vibrations may not be transmitted to R12S.
In cases where mechanical isolation is not viable, it is possible to use soft engine mounts. It is also recommended when there are other sensible payloads like video cameras or for high vibration engines.
The output voltage can be chosen between 3.3, 5, 6, 7.4, 9 or 12 V. Nonetheless, the input must be higher than the desired voltage (but not higher than 36 V or lower than 5.5 V), since Veronte R12S cannot obtain more voltage than supplied.
To choose the output voltage, set the corresponding switch to on and the rest to off. If all switches are off or there is more than one on switch, the output voltage will not be defined.
Vin: Input voltage supply.
GND: Ground. All ground holes and pads are common (they are connected each other).
Vout: Output voltage.
The user can weld cables to holes, pads or both; since they are connected.
Veronte R12S can be implemented with redundancy, so more than one R12S can be connected in parallel (with the same output voltage).