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Old 05-07-2013, 05:46 PM   #1
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72 MHZ input voltage?

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Living way up in northern BC, stray RF isnt an issue. Just plane hungry trees, apparently Balsa and Monokote tastes just like chicken to them. I still like to fly with my JR 7202 radio with NER 790 RX and would like to upgrade to six volt servos but I cant find any info what range of input voltage the RX can handle?
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Re: 72 MHZ input voltage?

would gues up to a 5 cell nicad/nimh pack so something around 6 volts. a 2 cell life pack will work as well as the voltages are very close to a 5 cell AA pack.
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Old 05-07-2013, 07:05 PM   #3
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Re: 72 MHZ input voltage?

Dave, I hear ya on the monokote, and trees. Seams they just love Yellow.

As to your question. I looked at the specs on a lot of the J.R. 72 receivers, can't seem to find the voltage writen in their specs. I have run a lot of different J.R receivers 6,7,9,10ch both Fm, and S-PCM. On 4-5 cel Ni-**, and Li-Fe (A123). All worked perfect.

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