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Old 12-24-2004, 10:02 AM   #1
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Nitro Servo Regulator from Novak

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I am not sure that its new but its verry good to have. The BEC technology found in Novak ESCs for several years is now available for Nitro applications. The Nitro Servo Regulator provides consistent power to the servo and receiver, which allows the electronics to perform at an optimum level during the entire battery pack, while also extending runtimes. The Nitro Servo Regulator will also protect the electronics from the high-voltage levels that can be outputted with Li-Poly battery packs.

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Old 12-24-2004, 11:29 AM   #2
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even easier. ask me and for $20 I will ship you a 5 amp bec capable of handling 10 servos and up to 24 volts input with 5 out. I do have a 6 volt one as well.

I use them with helicopters. you find that most bec's with electronics are very low amperage output (fine with one steering servo and more 2).

it's funny is all, it is old technology, just the first a company like novak is trying to do.

some other things to consider..... a seperate bec is done with 2 different options usually. a switching setup or a regulator.
sbec (ubec) use frequency shifting to generate the voltage. I had one but the hz it runs at to do this can produce unwanted noise in the reciever. I know one guy whos expensive heli went down from this. it's why we looked at alternatives and decided regulator.

the regualtor also has it's limits. it needs to dissipate heat. that we used the board itself for. we could make it smaller but then you have to consider ways to cool it. no noise though. this novak follows the same route we went (copykats lol) and that is 29 us plus shipping. I am talking canadian to my canadian buds. bec was my first product out so I understand them well enough.)

sorry to advertise but just wanted you to know I can do this and for less than you'd have to pay so I thought it was cool. that and they don't even state what max input and what the output is for voltage and amperage. important info really.
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