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 Posted: Mon Apr 9th, 2018 08:36 pm
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" With a maximum supply Voltage of 6V one is forced to use an ESC with BEC
or to use a Voltage regulator or step down converter if a 2cell Lipo, LiFePo etc. is used.
Not very comfortable."



Hi Juergen



There is ABSOLUTELY NO NEED AT ALL to use any complex or expensive 'Voltage-regulators' or 'step-down converters' etc.



All the E.S.C.s that have been illustrated repeatedly throughout this Thread & the one Michael is using ...

... are both AFFORDABLE & SIMPLE, with no extra 'Voltage-regulators' or 'step-down converters' being required.



ANY TYPE OF 'FlySky' RECEIVER CAN BE USED WITH THESE E.S.C.s, WITHOUT ANY POWER SUPPLY PROBLEMS.



The E.S.C. 'Electronic Speed Controllers' ALL HAVE 'built-in' B.E.C. 'Battery Elimination Circuits' ...

... to supply the required 5 Volts D.C. power-supply, for the 'FlySky' Receivers shown in this Thread.



I have no idea what you mean by ... "one is forced to use" ? ... WE WANT TO USE AN E.S.C. with a B.E.C. ! ! !

I also do not have any idea whatsoever, quite what you are trying to say by ... "Not very comfortable" ...

... unless of course, you are referring to all these extra & unnecessary circuits you mention ?





The setup above ^^ that is being used, is not only affordable; it is wonderfully simple & straightforward to implement as well ...

... needing nothing extra or complex to power the Receiver, other than the E.S.C. itself !



Si.



THE 'FlySky' RECEIVER MODELS ILLUSTRATED IN THIS THREAD, ARE DESIGNED FOR 5 VOLT USE ONLY ! ! !





! ! !  WARNING  ! ! !





UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD A 7.4 VOLT BATTERY EVER BE CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THESE RECEIVERS ! ! !

THE VOLTAGE FROM A 2-CELL BATTERY OF THIS TYPE IS TOO HIGH FOR A DEVICE INTENDED TO USE ONLY 5 VOLTS ! ! !

PLUGGING A 7.4 VOLT BATTERY DIRECTLY INTO THESE RECEIVERS OR BY ADAPTER CABLE WILL DESTROY THE UNIT ! ! !







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