|Apr 04, 2013, 11:30 PM|
I am just finishing up a H9 Twotter with 2 cc Ice 50s putting out 40 amps on 4s. Originally I was going to use the BEC on one for receiver & servos. However there are 6 JR 821 digital servos, 2 ailerons, 2 flaps, 1 rudder, 1 nose wheel + 2 Hitec 85 MG for the elevators. Now I am thinking a separate BEC. I have a cc 10 & also a cc pro 20 in the goodies drawer. I am thinking that although there are a lot of servos the stress on them is low in this overgrown trainer, so the cc 10 will be fine outputting 6v from 4s input. Comments?
|Apr 05, 2013, 06:09 AM|
Joined Feb 2001
With all those servos I think the BEC PRO would be the safest solution.
Make sure the PRO is the latest version. The old versions had some bugs. I think CC still offers free upgrades if you have an old one – call Tech Support.
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