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Old 11-27-2008, 11:44 AM   #1
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Default Schottky diode question

Hi I would like to install a shottky on my motor, the one I have is 45 volt, 9 amp, 0.4 forward volt drop, is it enough for futaba mc800+19T motor? the more the better? I see some spec which is 33A or 55A, do they just simply solder more diodes together in parallel? or they use different diodes?
Another question is should I solder the schottky directly on the motor or I can connect it to ESC wire as long as + to +, - to -? will it make any difference?
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