|Mar 16, 2014, 06:29 PM|
MiniVapor Rx question
I posted this question in the Radio forum, but maybe it's better to have it here:
Long story short, I was working in tight spaces soldering the motor leads onto a Spectrum micro Rx ( from the miniVapor) and broke off the chip shown in the picture.
The motor still runs and the servos work too.
What is that chip and how bad is it to keep using the Rx. (I don't have too many of these)
|Mar 16, 2014, 07:15 PM|
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Joined May 2001
Before I attempt to answer your question directly, may I ask this: if that chip was broken off, what's it doing there in the pic you took?
It's definitely a chip resistor. The motor FET is the part above it.
|Mar 17, 2014, 09:07 AM|
Thanks. It'll probably outlast the plane then. And I'll make sure not to use it in another.
Too bad though, I don't have enough of these mVapor Rx...
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