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09-14-2009 07:04 PM  11 years ago
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Helikam

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Could I damage it? pano rotation too slow with 6V! what about 7,2V?
Hello guys! at the moment with 6V I've a 5 seconds rotation on my panomount but I'd like to obtain a 3 seconds or 3.5 seconds rotation! because of this i've to try a higher voltage than 6V but what happens on my rx Futaba r149dp and on the if I put 7,2V? Could I damage it?
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09-14-2009 07:11 PM  11 years ago
Heli 770

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I don't know what servo you have, but maybe you could get faster gears for it.
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09-14-2009 07:36 PM  11 years ago
Helikam

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it's an airfoil pro1 lite mount with a jr 8611 servo on pan!
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09-14-2009 09:50 PM  11 years ago
fionn

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Check the manual for your receiver but most of them are good for pretty high input voltages, it's normally servos and / or gyros that get burned out because of excessive voltage.
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09-15-2009 12:59 PM  11 years ago
Helikam

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Thanks guys!
I'll decide in the next hours what to do and I will post it!
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09-16-2009 09:10 AM  11 years ago
denizcan

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If the servo board has a voltage regulator for its controller -most high end servos have- it can stand to higher voltages..

If then, with high voltage the problem is not the circuit board but the brushes of the motor.. The life time of the motor geometricaly drops down with higher voltages.. BTW 7.2V is not that much high though.. I drive my servos with ~12V (direct from LiPo with custom made servo board) they work fantastic but have really low life.. :P
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09-16-2009 11:49 AM  11 years ago
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I burnt mine applying a 6v battery to the servo, john at airfoil told me they didnt like much more than 4.8v, if its the bluebird servos...Never argue with an idiot, he'll drag you down to his level and beat you with experience...
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09-17-2009 08:16 AM  11 years ago
Jakub

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If you are using a DS8611 servo, 6V will be fine. Some people say that 7.2V works for them but it will cut the life time in half if not better. JR does not recommend you use 7.2V on that servo. JR now offers a hight voltage servo that is designed to work with 7.4V for example DS6311HV /36.5kg/0.13sec/80g.

Hope this helps.
Nothing holds better than a cross threaded bolt.
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09-17-2009 08:26 AM  11 years ago
Helikam

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Awsome servo! But also the price!
Thanks
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09-17-2009 08:38 AM  11 years ago
Jakub

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With your servo I would go 6.8V MAXNothing holds better than a cross threaded bolt.
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09-17-2009 05:47 PM  11 years ago
AceBird

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You can't change the pinion to speed it up?Ace
What could be more fun?
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09-17-2009 06:05 PM  11 years ago
rerazor

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Its a Air Foil Pro 1 mount. There is no option to adjust the pinion. A feature John should incorporate.Robert
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