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Tyler

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I just installed a Jive Pro 120 hv into a logo helicopter and the bec will not power up my mini v-bar during the initialization phase.

What is the best way to install a buffer pack, lipo 250-450 2s pack, for HV servo set up? With my mini v-bar I don't have any spare ports.

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Tyler

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12-29-2016 03:42 AM
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Dr.Ben

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Richmond, VA, USA

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Tyler,

Y harness it through the same port into which you have the slave off the Jive running. Use a switch harness too if you wish.

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12-29-2016 04:42 AM
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helifanatix

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Are you using Futaba or Spektrum?

For Futaba you can use one of the ports on Futaba

For Spektrum you would have to run a Y with any servo

I would put a switch between buffer pack and Y / Futaba RX
- power up mini v
- than power up jive pro 120

- Scott

12-29-2016 04:43 AM
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Dingo07

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Newport Coast, CA - USA

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I'm nearing the same scenario and need to purchase a Buffer Pack to use with my JR receiver, Jive Pro120+ and Spirit FBL. Any suggestions on one and a switch?

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DemetriusUSN

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Virginia Beach, Va USA

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Dingo07.....I bought a Futaba heavy duty switch and it works fine with my Kosmik 160hv. That aren't expensive at all.

Minicopter Diabolo 700, Compass 7hv, Goblin 700 triblade, Compass 6hvu, Logo 600se, Goblin 570 triblade and Logo 400se

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Dingo07

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Newport Coast, CA - USA

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is this the Futaba switch?

01-02-2017 03:26 AM
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Dr.Ben

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Correct

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Dingo07

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Newport Coast, CA - USA

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I ended up getting one of these for a little more peace of mind

edit:

This will be my much more "advanced" switch to tie the buffer pack in

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Dr.Ben

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The benefit of the buffer pack is that is operates in real time and not as a reactive device; reactive devices do not as effectively level peaks and troughs in BEC ouptut. You gain no greater reliability and only add excessively to your cost. KISS. All you need is $15 battery and a switch harness, both of which add the convenience of bench testing the model without having to plug in the main packs. It's all I've run for something like 6 years. It just plain works.

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Ace Dude

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Same here, Kontronik ESC, Futaba HD switch, and small 2s LiFe battery as buffer pack and zero issues in the three years I've been running this setup.

  

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