Started by Pitpixie, February 17, 2015, 18:54:50 pm
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Quote from: Kitten on February 17, 2015, 21:06:22 pmEven using a match box the power is all drawn from the one reciever channel.
Quote from: Cactus on February 17, 2015, 21:33:49 pmsolder the 4 signal wires together, connect to the signal wire on the rx. then take a seperate supply from the battery ( must be the same one the RX is using ) and connect to the red and black wires.then you're not using the rx's tiny strip of copper on the board to power anything.
Quote from: idigbo on February 19, 2015, 13:16:22 pmCould you mechanically link the inner small flap to the larger outer one each side? Cutting out the issue completely? Build in a tube into each mating flap end and connect using a length of wire or Bowden cable glued into one section. Works great What is the Stuka, kit, plan etc etc.Ian.
Quote from: itsnoteasy on February 19, 2015, 16:27:47 pm However I too use spectum for & many years now run 4 analog servos on flaps @ 6v on a scale Hawker Hurricane without problems.
Quote from: Pitpixie on February 17, 2015, 18:54:50 pmI am in the middle of a Stuka build and am a little confused as to how many servos I can y-joint together and plug into one port on my receiver.I have a 6 channel receiver with 9 servos, the ones I am concerned about are the flap servos as there are 4 of them (2 for each wing) and the aileron servos (1 for each wing) so I will end up plugging 4 into one port and 2 in another...surely this cant be right?
Quote from: JohnMac on February 20, 2015, 08:54:34 amThis route also ensures that you can easily fine tune your flaps from your Tx.John
Quote from: FrankS on February 20, 2015, 13:24:21 pmProviding your Tx has more than 6 channels, allows you to have 4 flap servos and lastly you can program it I have friends who don't even put aileron servos on separate channels because they find programming daunting.
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