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    HS 605 & 645 max voltage

    Can HS 605 and HS 645 servos safely be used with A123 batteries @ 7.2 volts, or will a regulator be needed?

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    RE: HS 605 & 645 max voltage

    Not sure what the "right" answer is but I have been using 645mg's for about a year on unregulated A123's without an issue. I run many of them now since testing them in the craft with the 645's. If fact I haven't found a single Hitec servo that dislikes the higher voltage. Keep in mind a fully charged 6v Nixx pack is well above the voltage of a A123 fully charged.

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    RE: HS 605 & 645 max voltage

    Thank you Kevin and Lars. I appreciate the quick response.

    Bill Barlow


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