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Uneven servos

Old 03-17-2007, 09:21 AM
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Default Uneven servos

I just completed a CG ultimate using dual elevator servos (JR DS821) with a Y harness. One servo seams more lively than the other. When I move the stick on my 9303, one servo travels farther and quicker the other, but not all the time. This is just a strait Y harness, not a reversing or amplified one. what could cause this???
Old 03-17-2007, 09:39 AM
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Default RE: Uneven servos

could be a few things... but it is probably just the difference in servos....

ditch the "Y" (they are evil and bad) and use a seperate channel for each servo, then you can set end points seperatly...
and I think you can even adjust the speeds on the 9303 (not sure on that one as I fly Footooboo)
Old 03-17-2007, 10:29 PM
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Yes you can adjust the servo speeds with the 9303. You can slow them down, but you cannot program them go faster than the designed transit speed. You can only do that if they are on separate channels. I agree on the Wye to join servos. They are evil and nasty things.
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Default RE: Uneven servos

Ran them into the receiver individually and trashed the Y (which was a reversing Y after all, I forget in my old age) and everything is working just dandy now. Thanks!!!

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