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Old 04-25-2012, 10:47 AM   #1
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Exclamation Problem Sanwa SRG-BLX/ Spektrum

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I have a big problem with my Sanwa SRG-BLX servo. Indeed, when I drive my car, sometime I lost the control of my chassis ( steering and throttle ). I have tested many facts but the only one who have resolute this problem is my old servo.

Well, I think my sanwa srg-BLX doesn't work closely with my Spektrum 2,4GHz module ( first generation, DSM )...

What do you think about that? Do you think it comes to my Spektrum module?

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Hello,

I have a big problem with my Sanwa SRG-BLX servo. Indeed, when I drive my car, sometime I lost the control of my chassis ( steering and throttle ). I have tested many facts but the only one who have resolute this problem is my old servo.

Well, I think my sanwa srg-BLX doesn't work closely with my Spektrum 2,4GHz module ( first generation, DSM )...

What do you think about that? Do you think it comes to my Spektrum module?

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Old 04-25-2012, 11:00 AM   #3
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ok thanks. But what's the real problem of this reaction?
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ok thanks. But what's the real problem of this reaction?
DSM1 receivers seem to be prone to brown out from higher draw servos. A receiver capacitor (glitch buster) might help. I never had any major issues with DSM2 receivers, but I recently switched from a DX3R to a Sanwa MT-4 and now I can say with certainty that I will never go back Spektrum. The MT-4 just feels so much more precise and smooth.
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Old 04-26-2012, 12:41 AM   #5
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Okay,

I have tested the capacitor onto the reciever but that's the same...

I think I'm going to change my transmitter
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I have noticed issues with my orginal Spektrum setup as well. Actually I've been aware of it for years but thought it was only an issue when the Tx was very close to the Rx but since I've started racing I've had a couple incidences where I felt I lost the radio for an instant. Needless to say I am upgrading as well.
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okay, thank you!

The solution would be to change my radio or the module to have a new generation Rx like FHSS-2 or FHSS-3 ?
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