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Old 09-18-2020, 08:12 AM
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Thanks for the reply, removing a red wire from one of the ECS removes a redundancy leg does it not ??? Having both red wires active does in the event of loosing one ECS continue to provide power to the receiver and servos.
This is how the original owner had it set up, going back to my original question though , ECS outputs say 5Volts for instance, this voltage powers the receiver and servos via throttle channel. Now introduce a second ECS via another channel on the receiver (not via a Y lead), does this mean 10 volts is going into the receiver ???
The previous owner says not as it is a parallel situation, thats what I am trying to clarify. My Futaba receiver is not rated for 10 volts I know that.
I get that by doing it via a Y lead is a parallel schematic but seperate channels

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