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Old Jan 24, 2013, 01:46 AM
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Originally Posted by gvdl1 View Post
Maybe I'm missing something but just want to see if I understand this.
I do want to monitor pack voltage so it seems like a good idea to wire the connector provided from the battery
(other side of the battery connector, not the battery directly) to the SPC slot and power the receiver this way.
That way I measure the pack voltage and the servos are powered through the BEC in the ESC.
Seems to me like this is a good thing because if the servos do manage to put a heavy drain on the BEC
it's not providing power directly to the receiver.
That is coming directly from the battery. So less chance of a brown out?
So I'm looking for what the advantages and disadvantages are in using the SPC to power the receiver.
I'm seeing the positives but maybe I'm missing something.
Thanks for any help on this.
1. No negatives.
2. Existing Schematics and Photos which will assist:
Optima Transceiver (RX) - SPC connection & Lead FAQ for EP & GP models

More information available under the Hitec USA Support Forum Sticky:
Aurora 9, AFHSS Spectra Modules, Optima Transceivers, Minima Receivers
& Telemetry
- FAQ & Undocumented Features [SIZE="1"]
- Mixes, Setups, Tips.

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