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    Power expander sport

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    Is it ok to use the expander sport with your 3D Servo matcher

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    RE: Power expander sport

    Yes. You will experience voltage drop to the servos, just like through a MatchBox, since you are running all the servos through a single lead.
    Robert Ritchey
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    RE: Power expander sport



    Thank you,please understand I only recently ventured in to 35% Aeroplanes and I want to improve my power set,particulary I want to match my servos I have 2 HS 5625 on each wing.

    My set up is basic 2 batt 5cell NIMH 6000mah in total running thro independent switches,then to the receiver.

    So on reccomandation from the forums in RCU,I had a look at your products and the servo matcher may suit me,but I figure I need two,and you mentioned a voltage drop..............

    So what do you reccomend for my set up

    Kind Regards

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    RE: Power expander sport

    Hi,
    First, the PowerExpander Sport has no battery protection built in, so if one pack were to short then it would take the other pack out. No redundancy. For a 35% plane with NiMH batteries we recommend the PowerExpander Eq10 which has the equivalent of 10 Equalizers built into it. Let me know if you have any other questions. Thanks
    Robert Ritchey
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    RE: Power expander sport



    Thanks

    Had a good look at the Eq10 on you site.

    Nearly there now,- with regard to the equalizers is it a plug and play affair, or do the servos have to set up one at a time?

    Kind Regards

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    RE: Power expander sport

    Hi,
    Yes, you have to program the servos one at a time to match them all, just like you would have to with the Equalizer 3D.
    Robert Ritchey
    Owner, Smart-Fly
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