The instructions as to how to do this are included with the connector.
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I have first hand experience with JR digtal servos as follows: ALL of these servo types have been flown at full unregulated A123 voltages with absolutely zero ill effects noted. While not requested, I am absolutely mesmerized currently with Electrics. BB code is On. Have fun. I guess if you have continued success operating with one battery, then it is worth the risk. They are an absolute ball to play with.
You will become thoroughly addicted to the response time provided by 6. Let us know how it works out!!
Thanks, Ed. And that particularly includes operational results. The rest of the installation is as normal. They have been through many, many flights and still check out as if they were new. Then extrapolate how many flights that equals, reduce it by one flight safety factor and repeat the sequence.
The orange wire is removed so that you have a TWO wire lead. You can use either a "Y" or?????
Find More Posts by onewasp. I'm going to experiment with the one pack serving both the ignition and RX. For a two-cell pack, this lead orange or white is soldered to the white lead on the FMA connector that is next to the negative black lead on the FMA pigtail.
Process engineering, patents, manufacturing technology ad infinity. A123 for RX Pack. It certainly would save weight, and if the battery died, the engine would not continue to run while the plane flew out of control. I bind with a separate lead from the appropriate slot on the Rx.
Anytime we fly an RC plane, there is always some risk. Then charge.