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spectrum receiver voltage

#1
Hi everyone, I was wondering if the spectrum receivers can take a 2 cell lipo battery. Can I plug the lipo directly into the into the reciever or would i have to use a uBEC? This is going to be a sailplane setup so there will be no ESC or motor. I want the setup that produces the best performance. Thank You.
 
#2
which receiver are you planning to use? the input voltage for the AR610 is 3.5–9.6V most are probably the same but if you give a specfic receiver someone will have the actual voltage allowed. or you can look it up on the horizon site, find your receiver and look up the manual.
 

pgerts

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#4
I have been using 2 cell LiPos many years in my slope gliders without any problems.
I use my "indoor" 350-450 mAh batteries.
I have never had any problems with any servo i have tested.