|Aug 20, 2012, 04:52 AM|
Maximum Voltage of a Receiver
Currently I am using a receiver at 4.8 / 5 volts. (The KDS K-8X / 8 channels receiver)
My question is: Can I work with the same receptor with a 6 volts battery?
So, in general: any receiver working at 4.8 / 5 volts can work at 6 volts too?
|Aug 20, 2012, 07:33 AM|
Yes the Rx should be Ok on 6v. Preferably a UBEC that outputs 5v or 6v, that controls the voltage, not just any battery that says 6v but may actually be higher when fully charged.
Most servos are also Ok on 6v, they will work slightly faster and have more power, but, will also draw more current.
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