|Apr 24, 2007, 03:55 PM|
Spectrum AR7000 on 3.3v BEC?
Simple as the title says... I have a 30amp ESC that I'll be using with a 6 or 7 cell NiMH battery pack. It's packaging says it puts out 3.3v to the rx. Will this be enough for my AR7000 & servos that came with my DX7?
|Apr 24, 2007, 04:16 PM|
Do you have a voltmeter at hand? All ESCs I kow provide at least 5V. 3.3V is likely a printing mistake. If it was true, however, this voltage is too low for Spektrum RXes.
|Apr 25, 2007, 01:07 AM|
My ESC is an "E-flite", model no: EFLA106. Looks like it's made by Horizon hobby, or at least rebranded by them. Anyone know for sure what the BEC voltage is on this thing? Think 3.3v was really a misprint?
EDIT: OK, so I just tested it with a volt meter @ 5v. I guess it was a misprint. 5v should be enough to run my AR7000.
Just for piece of mind... anyone else successfully use an E-flight 30amp ESC/BEC with their AR7000?
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