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Old 07-01-2014, 05:14 PM   #1
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Default voltage regulator for retracts

Greetings,

I am considering a pair of E-flite 10-15 size electric retracts for use in a Spitfire project. The retract specs limit their voltage to 7.4 (I.E., a 2 cell battery) and (of course) I had been planning on using a 3 cell battery (11.1 volts) for the additional power and weight. Is anyone aware of a convenient, ready made voltage regulator to use between a 3 cell battery and the retracts so they get their required diet of 7.4 volts?

Thanks for any help offered.

Gary
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