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Old 09-11-2012, 09:00 AM   #1
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Default AR7200 wiring

ok guy what lead goes where ? do i still need the align voltage regulater on the rudder servo ?
the heli is a 600e pro running stock servos a few pictures would be a very big help
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Old 09-29-2012, 02:33 AM   #2
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ok guy what lead goes where ? do i still need the align voltage regulater on the rudder servo ?
the heli is a 600e pro running stock servos a few pictures would be a very big help
Hi Barry,

if this is on the 6000e witht he GVR 7020, as all are stock servos, you don't need to use a step down regulator on the tail, all servos should be powered at 6.0V normaly ( can you give me the model number of your servos so i can double check) ?

If same voltage applies for all servos ( swash + tail) , just wire the tail servo as the others using a receiver / servo port on the GVR 7020 and select the right voltage which will be common to all servos, the AR7200Bx will then be powered by the " receiver" ports at 5.2V and servos at the selected voltage

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servos are DS610 on the head and DS650 on the tail !
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