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Old 03-08-2011, 10:14 PM   #1
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Default will spektrum servos work with futaba fasst system?

I just bought a hanger9 ultra stick .60 that I'm converting to electric my ? is it came with spektrum servos in the wing and it's set-up with flaps I'm pretty sure I've gotta get one servo rev switch for flaps but the alierons seam to work a little at differnt rates when I activate left to right and oppiset or is that how digital servo's work? any ansewrs are greatly appreciated thank you ,chris
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Got your message about this Chris. I'm not familiar with that system but hopefully someone will have an answer for you. Sorry I couldn't help.

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I just bought a hanger9 ultra stick .60 that I'm converting to electric my ? is it came with spektrum servos in the wing and it's set-up with flaps I'm pretty sure I've gotta get one servo rev switch for flaps but the alierons seam to work a little at differnt rates when I activate left to right and oppiset or is that how digital servo's work? any ansewrs are greatly appreciated thank you ,chris
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What brand of radio are you using? If memory is correct, Spektrum has a dim view of those servo reversing cables. One of my club members nearly lost a 1/4 scale 80 cc gas engine model when one of those servo reversers gave him full down on one of his flaps without a flap command. He contacted Spektrum, who responded to use a standard and an Aux channel on the receiver, and program the transmitter to operate the flap servo by a mix command.
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yeah I'm using a futaba fasst radio and 7channel rx so on the 6 ex radio I don't think it has a mix ablity but thank you for your response
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All servos are quite similar in input requirements and all I have seen have been completely interchangeable between systems. One possible exception is some of the very early (20 years or so ago) that require a slightly higher input voltage than some of the 2.4GHz systems output. In most of the modern receivers, the magnitude of the pulse to the servo is only a bit over 2 volts, some of the old DAD servos required a bit more amplitude than that.
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thanks everyone got the problem taking care of.
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