|Jul 15, 2012, 11:43 AM|
Joined Jan 2004
FrSky wireless trainer system voltage
I'm hoping to set up a wireless trainer system like this:
The receiver attached to the teacher radio will be powered by the trainer port (square Futaba port). The problem is that my battery voltage can go up to about 11v after a charge, and the FrSky receivers can only take 10v
Does anyone know if this is ok, or will I need some kind of voltage regulator?
|Jul 15, 2012, 11:49 PM|
Joined May 2012
Because you just mean to build wireless trainer system, so I THINK it will be no problem for
D8R-XP to work with 11v (V8R7-SP Operating Voltage Range is 3.0V-16.0V).
We don't suggest Rx work with voltage higher than 10v because it's easily get servos brunt. Since you just use them for wireless trainer system, 11v should be ok.
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