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Old 03-13-2007, 11:40 PM   #1
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Novak 410 M5 Help

I bought a Novak 410 M5 and I need help setting it up. There is 6 wires - 3 wires are for the conection to the receiver and there is another 3 wires - 1 black and 2 red. The on/off switch has been disconnected and the 2 wires soldered together but I can't work out what this other red wire is

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Just found out it is to use with a FET Servo. What is a FET servo and how does that wire connect if I have one?

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I am really having a hard time with this, the wierd thing is that the steering servo won't even work aswell. If you don't want to use a on/off switch anymore, do all you have to do is connect the black and red wire together? The steering servo and motor wont do nothing. Nothing is working

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Post a picture, then maybe we can help.


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Hey.

Ok 410M5 is pretty old... maybe check the novak site for instructions....

The FET lead is for a FET servo... KO made/still makes FET servos that require this lead... it supplies 7.2v to the servo... normally makes them extremely quick... models like 1001, 1012 etc
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Can someone tell me which order the 3 wires go in to plug into the receiver? (Black, White & Red)

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