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Old Dec 07, 2009, 02:21 AM
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Aurora - Use any modern servo with 1.5ms Neutral Position

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Originally Posted by g_mkoch View Post
I have a question for Mike, I should have no problems using analog servos, right?<snip>
Whilst addresssed to Mike, it is a weekend in USA at present so a quick answer is as per page 22 of the Aurora Manual:
Hitec 9ch Aurora 2.4GHz_72 mHz Manual
"Servo:
Any brand of modern servo with a 1.5ms neutral position can be used with the Aurora.
This includes any prior or current Hitec Servo."

Optima Receiver Signal Voltage is 3.3v (Signal line voltage is that which runs down the signal wire and tells the servo what to do and is separate to the power to run the servo.)

Just in case you are concerned about servos with different voltage requirements,
say HS-50 max 4.8V with latest G2 digitals some of which can run 7.4v:
Optima RX - Multiple Batteries may be installed Dual batteries for redundancy or even one for each servo.

Aurora A9 Undocumented Features - Mixes, Setups, Tips. (includes Spectra Pro and Optima RX features. {frequently updated}

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Alan T.
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