|10-07-2012, 01:14 PM||#11|
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I am: Dale Hunter
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Location: Camrose, Alberta
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Re: Single servo
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I lost my photo. I did a how-to on installing a servo extension through my wattmeter.
The concept is to run the servo load through my wattmeter. Therefore being able to read the electrical load of a servo, static, during deflection, then at full deflection.
Easy to do by cutting an extension and putting ends that match your wattmeter on the 2 power conductors (red & black)
**Don't burn up any servo's**
(I have, by reversing my marked pair in one wing different Lanier design)
Hope this helps,
FishFly - FunFly, Sept 11-13. Great fun!
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