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Spektrum DX3R DSM2 reciever voltage?

Old 03-15-2008, 12:03 AM
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Default Spektrum DX3R DSM2 reciever voltage?

I was trying to find the max voltage limit for a DSM2 module, but can not find a listing.
Does anybody know?
I was thinking of using a 7.4v Lipo pack as the receiver battery.
Old 03-15-2008, 12:56 AM
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Default RE: Spektrum DX3R DSM2 reciever voltage?

You'll be fine with the reciever, but there is a high chance all your servos will burn up in a little puff of smoke. Read the post titled SR3000 voltage question down a couple posts.
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Default RE: Spektrum DX3R DSM2 reciever voltage?

Thanks Evader.Yeah I was kind f worried about the servos, so I am looking into some good quality digital servos to run with in the buggy.
I am not going to do this for awhile, but I was curious about it anyway.
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Default RE: Spektrum DX3R DSM2 reciever voltage?

i think spektrum can go to 9V
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Default RE: Spektrum DX3R DSM2 reciever voltage?

Yup! It should be no problem with a nice servo. Like you said, get a digital.

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