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Old 05-26-2020, 06:53 AM
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Hi , im using a 7 channel RX-700 / 92674 reciever on my SD10G radio, with a 4 cell NIMH pack
I would like to use LIFE 6.6V batteries. But the manual says no more than 6V

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I will be using 5 digital servos on my pattern plane

Do you know if I need a voltage regulator? Any experiencie?

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Old 05-26-2020, 07:17 AM
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What matters is the servos. Are they rated for 6v? If yes, then yes you can use a Life w/o a regulator. That voltage rating on the Rx is fine for 5 cell nickel or 2 cell Life packs
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Yes, the servos are rated for 6 V
Thank you very much, so theres no problem with that extra voltage

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