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dav8413/12/2013 12:24:56
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Afternoon all.

I want to have a single connector to join the servos and retracts in the wing to the fuselage rather then having individual connectors.

I have a spare balance lead connector for a 8cell battery (9pins), would this be suitable for the currents etc that are invovled with servos?

Thanks

Dave

Martian13/12/2013 12:57:23
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Hi Dave

have a look at this discussion connectors

dav8413/12/2013 13:00:19
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Thanks i completely missed the post in the thread about the balance connectors.

Colin Bernard13/12/2013 15:04:08
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Dave, For what it is worth I used Multiplex multipin connectors for my DB Cherokee (2 servos each wing).

Worked very well. (Batteries are for the lighting unit befire I get accused of running the Rx on dry cells!)

Wing centre section with lighting unit

Chris Bott - Moderator13/12/2013 15:11:48
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I use Ashlok connectors. Now available from Phil Clark at Fighter Aces

MaxG13/12/2013 15:50:01
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I have used the Multiplex connectors on several models and they have been very good for me.

Where I have two wing halves either side of a fuselage I wire it up so the two connectors are opposite, i.e. plug on one wing half and socket on the other wing half. That way I cannot plug it together incorrectly.

Yes I know we should carefully test the setup before flying but this is just one thing that is impossible to get wrong during the setup at the field.

HTH

Max

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