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Old 12-05-2017, 09:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default NON HC version current limit? Full size servos

Im curious if the non HC 3digi version can handle enough current for full size HV servos? Im considering giving it a shot in a 550 with the super power hungry bl815/855HV servos set which can pull a TON of power.
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Old 12-05-2017, 10:00 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have used the non-HC version on a 700 with MKS X8s. It will handle the current no problem as long as you have two connectors for power to the unit.
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The internal construction of the HC and non HC version is the same. So they can internally handle the same current.

The advantage of the HC version is, that you can avoid these tiny little servo plugs, which are not made for high currents.


If you have the normal 3Digi, always try to use 2 redundant connections to your ESC or BEC, as Aziz wrote.

The same is by the way true for the HC version. Do also try to use redundant connection to your power supply. Safety first.
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