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Pumpkin drop event

esc conecctions

DamoRC

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#6
Also make sure, if you are using the BEC from the ESCs to power the receiver, to pull one of the red wires from one of the ESC connectors. It may cause problems if you connect two BECs in parallel together to the Rx (although this typically depends on the type of BEC).
 
#7
Also make sure, if you are using the BEC from the ESCs to power the receiver, to pull one of the red wires from one of the ESC connectors. It may cause problems if you connect two BECs in parallel together to the Rx (although this typically depends on the type of BEC).
would the bec in the power pack c esc be fine?
 

DamoRC

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#8
I am not sure. Does it say SBEC or UBEC on the cover / instructions? If so you should pull one of the red wires. If it says nothing best be safe than sorry and pull a red wire.

One 3 amp BEC should meet your needs unless you are using a lot of servos or really big servos (bigger than the 5 and 9 gram ones we typically use on FT planes).
 
#9
I am not sure. Does it say SBEC or UBEC on the cover / instructions? If so you should pull one of the red wires. If it says nothing best be safe than sorry and pull a red wire.

One 3 amp BEC should meet your needs unless you are using a lot of servos or really big servos (bigger than the 5 and 9 gram ones we typically use on FT planes).
ok thanks!