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Dual Receiver Batteries and the Glitch Buster

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Old 05-18-2003, 10:31 PM
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Default Dual Receiver Batteries and the Glitch Buster

Can you plug two 6v batteries into the Glitch Buster? I basically want to set it up so that I have two 6v Batteries driving the servos simutaneously through the Glitch Buster.

I realize that Jomar sells a battery back up unit that drains one battery and then switches to the backup battery. That is not what I am lookng for. I want the servos to pull on both 6v batteries simutaneously.
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Old 05-19-2003, 01:36 AM
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Default Dual Receiver Batteries and the Glitch Buster

Taken from 'EMS Jomar' site:

You can use 4, 5, or 6 cells on the servo side for extra power and speed!

http://www.emsjomar.com/

'Reliability Enhancements'

I think using 2 in parallel would be okay.
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