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Old 07-07-2011, 08:30 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by kyleservicetech View Post
Would that be a dual battery setup with TWO two cell 2300 mah A123's as a primary/backup? Or a single two cell A123 2300 Mah battery?

IMHO, any of these larger model airplanes should have dual batteries for the receiver, just in case.

As for the powerbox, if you've got enough connections on the receiver, guess the powerbox simply is not needed???
You need the power box or you have to construct something similar. Put the servo bus (both positive and negative leads) on a separate bus and disconnect the positive servo leads from the receiver and connect them to the servo bus. You still need the signal leads and ground leads from the receiver to the servos. i.e. the servo bus ground lead and the receiver ground leads must be connected together.
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