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Old 10-26-2010, 09:14 PM
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Hi Robert
Would appreciate advice before I purchase. I have a scale float plane project requiring 14 channels. Using Futaba 12Z with 6014 receiver,giving 12 usable channels.
Plane has 2 servos each for Ailerons, Flaps and Elevator.
As far as I can see I could:
1. Use Power Expander EQ10 and using servo matching for above dual servos would give me 13 channels plus 1 direct into receiver. Would require Ignition cut off switch Total cost 309.90
2. Use Power Expander Competition 12 Plus and would require 2X Equalizer 11, with 2 channels direct into receiver. Ignition included. Total cost 274.90.

Other than cost would there be any other differences I need to consider, assuming above is correct and they will both achieve what I require.
I am leaning towards the EQ10 as would eliminate the extra clutter of Equalizer 11's

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Old 10-27-2010, 09:24 AM
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Hi Craig,
You cannot run any servos directly off the receiver. There are ways to grab the signal from the receiver and power the servo from the system. I can help you with that. Other than that either system would work but the Eq10 is a bit cleaner.
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