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Thread: wall charger


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    RE: wall charger

    my friend plays around with rc planes all the time and he connected a smaller pack to an rc planes receiver,not exactly sure how he did it but thats where i got the idea from

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    RE: wall charger

    i mean to the transmitter

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    RE: wall charger

    Most rc plane radio's are meant to run off 9.6v, most surface radio's are meant to run off alkaline 1.5v per cell, not 1.2 for rechargables.
    125 characters and 2 lines is not enough to list my RC obsession!!!

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    RE: wall charger

    it dont hurt them to run them on 1.2 you could splice the wires and solder the wires to the radio but then you would have to cut the the wires to charge it

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    RE: wall charger

    you could get a y harness so you can charge it without taking apart, i use them on my boats so i dont have to take the plexiglass cover off the waterproof box.
    125 characters and 2 lines is not enough to list my RC obsession!!!

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    RE: wall charger

    ya i knew id have to splice them togethere somehow but like u said a y harness is a simple and effective solution, thanks


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