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Postby TG72 » Mon Oct 18, 2010 5:12 pm

I've ordered some protected li-ion batteries from deal-extreme to make 2-cell packs to power some 2.4ghz hacked transmitters of mine. Bruce has revealed that a 2.4ghz Tx need no more than 5 volts to operate, and that it would be great if radio manufacturers would start using newer technology batteries to power them. Well WFLY has a 7 channel that has a voltage range of 3.7V-6V :o. Its the WFLY (wfly-07) it has failsafe, but it only has 3-model memory. The website does state that any thing over 6V will void warranty :shock: (
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