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Old 07-07-2011, 12:04 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Turner View Post
Is it possible to separate the servo bus from the Rx power bus on receivers that are not set up that way from the beginning? Is this possible on something like the AR7000?
Yup, anythings possible, but something that would not be recommended. These radio control systems use something called double sided circuit boards with copper foil on both sides of the circuit board.

Trying to cut the proper foil pattern could be impossible, because the foil that would have to be cut might be under some component.

Much better to use one of those "breakout" panels made for this purpose. Not certain of the exact description of those panels, or a name of a supplier of these units. Several of my club members that fly giant scale models with twin cylinder engines over 100 cc use them exclusively.

Can any wattflyer readers provide more information on those "Breakout" panels, and what they are called, and who makes them???

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