PicoBalde Cables for PropMaker

Use the following wires and cables for the PropMaker FeatherWing.

  • 4-Wire Silicone Cable - 6cm
  • 4-Pin picoBlade Cable - 3cm
  • 2-Wire Silicone Cable - 6cm
  • 2-Pin picoBalde Cable - 3cm
The PicoBlade cables are cut short to better fit inside the hilt of the Darksaber.

Solder 2-wire PicoBlade Cable

The 2-wire silicone cable is soldered to the 2-pin picoBlade cable. The 2-pin picoBlade cable is shortened to 3cm in length. 

Use pieces of heat shrink tubing to insulate the exposed wire.

Solder 4-Wire PicoBlade Cable

The 4-wire silicone cable is soldered to the 4-pin picoBlade cable. The 4-pin picoBlade cable is shortened to 3cm in length.

Use pieces of heat shrink tubing to insulate the exposed wire.

Helping third hands can help keep wires sturdy while soldering.

Cables for PropMaker

Double check each wire to ensure they're properly soldered and any exposed wire is insulated with heat shrink tubing.

Solder 4-Wire Cable to PropMaker

Solder the 4-wire cable to the PropMaker. Use the following list of wires and pins for reference.

  • Black Wire to V+
  • Red Wire to Red Pin
  • White Wire to Green Pin
  • Yellow Wire to Blue Pin

Solder 2-Wire Cable to ProMaker

Solder the 2-wire cable to the PropMaker. Use the EN and GN pins. Polarity does not matter for these connections.

Soldered Cables

Double check to ensure all of wires has been properly soldered to the pins on the PropMaker FeatherWing.

Install Feather to PropMaker

The PropMaker FeatherWing can be installed back onto the Feather.

This guide was first published on Jan 19, 2021. It was last updated on Jan 19, 2021.

This page (Wiring PropMaker) was last updated on Apr 18, 2021.

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