TinyESC and LemonRx

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TinyESC and LemonRx

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How would connect two TinyESCs to a Lemon Rx to use as drive escs?

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Re: TinyESC and LemonRx

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You'd just plug them in normally, if you have a pinless LemonRX you'll have to cut the servo plug off and wire it directly. It's best to leave one of the red servo wires unattached.
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Re: TinyESC and LemonRx

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@shakey why would you leave a red servo unattached?
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Re: TinyESC and LemonRx

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He's using 2 separate ESC's both of which have a BEC. You normally want to try and avoid having 2 BEC's attached to each other as it can damage them so you disconnect one of the red wires.
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Re: TinyESC and LemonRx

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@shakey I see!
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