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Old 02-28-2010, 08:34 AM   #1
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can i use the venom power lipo balance charger, to charge the protek li-poly 3c stick receiver pack. would post url but this site wont let me yet
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can i use the venom power lipo balance charger, to charge the protek li-poly 3c stick receiver pack. would post url but this site wont let me yet
If you're talking about this one, yes.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...mAh-No-Balance
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Old 02-28-2010, 08:41 AM   #3
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yeah thats the battery i was refering to thanks
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if i am running two hitec 7955tg servos and using the protek 3c stick pack (2100mAp/7.4V) do i need to run a regulator?

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the question is, Can your receiver take the voltage? those servos can handle it, make sure your receiver can, as most receivers are rated at 6V, and I have fried 2 futaba 603 receivers running without regulator, now I run spectrum as it handles up to 9v
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the receiver will be the sr3100 dsm2 spektrum receiver? is that one capable of running un regulated?

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Spektrum recievers are rated to 9.6v,up to you if you wanna try more.
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I never had any issues with specktrum receivers. KO receivers are ok too but the others require a reg as 6v is all they can take.
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