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Old 04-13-2005, 04:25 PM   #16
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Wire it to the positive (red) and negative (black) on a receiver plug. The white is just signal and will not be used for your application. You can plug it into any available slot on the receiver but make sure that you get the polarity correct on the cap or it will be damaged.
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Wire it to the positive (red) and negative (black) on a receiver plug. The white is just signal and will not be used for your application. You can plug it into any available slot on the receiver but make sure that you get the polarity correct on the cap or it will be damaged.
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Another question. You noted the BEC on the QC2 being 5.8 and it not being enough, but I looked at the specs for the VFS-1 and it says it is variable from 2.5-4.0v? So then why does it work with the VFS-1?
Does that mean that if I used a VFS-1 and a non KO reciever (like my JR RS310) it still wouldn;t work?
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Old 04-13-2005, 04:36 PM   #18
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The BEC is the battery voltage. This is how low the voltage can be before the BEC is acitve. The voltage going to the receiver is what the problem is. This is different. The esc regulates the voltage going to the receiver.

Your batteries that you connect to your esc are at 7.2V for 6 cells. The esc steps this down for the receiver to operate at 6V.

Hope this clears things up a little.
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Wow, no fix for using a QC2 with a KO 2343.
I tried everything including a cap.
Seems like my old 2123 works great, but cant get this new one to work at all.
Oh, well. I guess I will use my old servo.
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Selling Servo since I couldn't get it to work.
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