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  • #21
    BTW, it you have to power a lot of servos, one of these may help: https://www.servocity.com/servos/ser...g/power-boards

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    • #22
      What is the best voltage setting for the Castle10? It is default for 5.1volt, but I have some planes with digital servos. Would 5.5volt be better?

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      • #23
        You need to search for the Voltage limits of the servos. Some are rated 6V (five NiCd cells), so can go up to about 7.5V, the full charge of a NiCd pack, and others say 4.8V, so maximum 6V. Newer servos can be powered directly by 2S LiPos.
        I generally use 5.5V, just to make the servos a little more responsive, at the expense of a bit more current to the analog servos.

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