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Old 01-14-2011, 06:54 PM
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going to run a MMP and external BEC. will the external bec control how much voltage is sent to the reciever. my spektrum 3300t is only rated for 9.6V and with 4s the voltage would be 14.8

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I have only run the CC BEC and through the castlelink it can be adjusted.
It only goes from 4.8v to 9v anyways, so no worries there.
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yeah i am gonna run castles bec...i guess i didnt word my ? correctly

the bec controls the voltage to the reciever...correct?
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Originally Posted by skyler hays View Post
yeah i am gonna run castles bec...i guess i didnt word my ? correctly

the bec controls the voltage to the reciever...correct?
Yes, and can be set only between 4.8v-9.0v through a castlelink.
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