Originally Posted by STRINGCHEESE
I've been thinking about it and your speed control has a voltage regulator in it and the voltage out should not be effected. IMO
you sure? hv u read the instructions?
How does the voltage sensor hook up?
The voltage reading is actually taken internally. Whatever voltage the telemetry module is being powered by is the voltage that will be displayed on the hand-held unit, thus you automatically get the receiver pack voltage. A harness is provided that can be soldered to another source (like the main battery that powers the motor) if you wish to monitor the voltage of something other than the receiver pack voltage.
Can the telemetry system monitor my 2-cell Li-Po receiver pack to prevent over-discharging it?
Yes. In fact, by presetting the voltage alarm to 6.6 volts (for a 2-cell pack), when the critical low voltage point is reached, the handheld unit will vibrate, indicating the need to stop using the battery. Spektrum telemetry can be a real LiPo saver.
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