|Feb 20, 2007, 04:45 PM|
Joined Mar 2005
Man did I mess up...Help me if you can
Thanks for looking,
I built a sailplane using separate burried servos for the flaps and have glued them in to line up with the control arms that are also glued in to the composite wings. The problem is that they are on a Y harness that sends them in opposite directions. Is there a way to cut and solder the servo leads to reverse one of them. They are Hitec servos and the leads are already cut and soldered to add the wire for the length of the wings so unsoldering and switching the wires wont be hard to do if it can be done this way.
I appreciate your helping if you can,
|Feb 20, 2007, 06:14 PM|
You can't reverse a servo by swapping any of its connection wire order.
You need either to use a different brand servo in one position (other brands operate in the opposite direction), or fit a servo reverser between the 'Y' lead and one servo.
Or of course by remounting one servo in the opposite view with all the attendant geometry problems.
Or by ripping out the Y lead and using two servo extensions into separate Rx channels if available.
|Feb 20, 2007, 06:20 PM|
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