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Old 01-28-2007, 11:30 AM
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Here's what's probably a dumb question. I have a DX6 that runs my TREX450XL and I'm trying to figure out what the extra cable that's connected to the DX6 charger is for. The charger has the household plug side (obviously), the jack for the DX6 and another jack that goes to something else. Looks like you could plug a servo into it. Does anyone know what I should be using this for?

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Thats the plug to charge the Receiver battery, 4.8v nicad pack, for heli's the BEC in the ESC there is no need for this extra battery(weight).
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Well, that was easy... Thank You!
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I was about to ask the same question - thank you.
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Default RE: Spektrum DX6 Question

The DX7 actually comes with that battery pack.

It sure was a lot easier to figure it out when you have the battery to look at next to that charger


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