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12-16-2003 02:52 PM  13 years agoPost 1
SLee

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Does coiling or bunching servo, gyro and battery wires togther, to achieve a neat setup, create any electromagnetic effect? I know if you coil up a household extension chord and switch it on you in effect create a chock which produces heat, Lenzs Law. In our low power RC systems, will this create any radio interference? Just wondering as my wires are all neatly coiled/bunched up!

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12-16-2003 03:10 PM  13 years agoPost 2
csims723

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LaGrange, GA

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I can tell you that in all my RC Cars I coil the servo wires around a screw driver to get this neat corkscrew effect to take up slack. I have not seen any effect on this application. However I have not tried this on my heli so I would not know the answer reguarding a Heli. Chris

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12-16-2003 03:34 PM  13 years agoPost 3
Drunk Monk

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Preston, UK

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I haven't had any problems doing this for the last 2 years, although there was somebody at my club who thought they had a problem with one of the gyro wires, when he ran it away from other servo wires it seem to fix his problem. Just make sure you don't run your ariel wire next to any servo wires and you will be fine.


Stephen

I only open my mouth to change feet.....

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