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Old 02-03-2008, 12:40 PM   #1
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Question 600N Pro with Align 2 in 1 Futaba 611 Gyro

I noticed the output voltage of the align.2 in 1 is around 5.7 volts.....The 611 manual says max volts is 6.0 for Gyro....I have somewhere read the 9256 can't handle 6 volts........ok my question is Does the Gyro amp drop the voltage down for the servo or am I gonna have to have a step down regulator.....I don't want to burn this expensive Gyro Servo combo up.....any suggestions and what do you guys do...
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Use a step-down between the gyro and the servo.
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Old 02-03-2008, 01:24 PM   #3
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Use a step-down between the gyro and the servo.
this is what i do
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Put the step down between the gyro and tail servo.
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I noticed the output voltage of the align.2 in 1 is around 5.7 volts.....The 611 manual says max volts is 6.0 for Gyro....I have somewhere read the 9256 can't handle 6 volts........ok my question is Does the Gyro amp drop the voltage down for the servo or am I gonna have to have a step down regulator.....I don't want to burn this expensive Gyro Servo combo up.....any suggestions and what do you guys do...
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Here's the Align one I used......
http://www.readyheli.com/K10333A_5_1..._p/k10333a.htm
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