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Old 05-24-2004, 11:02 PM   #16
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I just baught the 2123 and have a keyence..Yellow wire works fine?
My wire was green???j?k???

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Old 05-25-2004, 07:14 AM   #17
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So does the PDS-2123 Work good connecting it to the Yellow on Keyence zero extreme? How did you connect it since the yellow wire has not type of connector?
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Old 05-25-2004, 01:47 PM   #19
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Either solder it to connectors or just solder it together and shrinkwrap it. There is a loose wire coming out of the servo right? That's how I always assumed it was done.
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So does the PDS-2123 Work good connecting it to the Yellow on Keyence zero extreme? How did you connect it since the yellow wire has not type of connector?
I connected mine by soldering the very end of the blue wire(after the connector) to the yellow wire off the ESC with the KO supplied choke in between.
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I connected mine by soldering the very end of the blue wire(after the connector) to the yellow wire off the ESC with the KO supplied choke in between.
okay i don't have the KO, but i do have Airtronics 94758Z digi servo. is there ANYTHING I HAVE TO DO to hook these up. this is my first time doing this.
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Other than plugging it into the receiver, no. That servo is a 6.0V servo not a 7.2V.
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Other than plugging it into the receiver, no. That servo is a 6.0V servo not a 7.2V.


Is the 7.2V servo better or is that like the maximum volt handling capacity rating
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No the 7.2V rating means that it needs a minimum of 7.2V to operate which means the servo will be faster and have more torque. That is a .06 sec. servo.
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No the 7.2V rating means that it needs a minimum of 7.2V to operate which means the servo will be faster and have more torque. That is a .06 sec. servo.
I haven't done any research on that KO, but is this one better than the Airtr. unit and as far as servos go, how quick is too quick?
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