|Feb 13, 2013, 11:52 PM|
Australia, TAS, Burnie
Joined Jul 2008
JR DS362 Voltage
I am using a JR DS362 servo on throttle, which is currently regulated to 5.6 volts as i am using a Li Ion battery.
I am considering changing to LiFe batteries and would like to know if any one is using this servo on LiFe's unregulated, without any problems.
Thanks for any advice given.
|Feb 14, 2013, 07:00 AM|
Micro servo on a Jet's throttle?????
Regardless... it's a 4.8v servo... so NO... DO NOT run it with out a regulator. And honestly... 5.6 v is too much for it too. You should have it between 4.8v and 5v.
You can run the rest of the system with a LiFe battery without a regulator... and just put an inline reg on that servo. OR... put a different servo in it.
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