Servo current distribution

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Description

Some DPSI dual power supplies are equipped with an internal servo current distribution feature. To use this feature the servo signals must be feeded through the DPSI dual power supply. The receiver's servo channels to which the servos must be connected usually must be connected to the servo inputs of the DPSI dual power supply. Then the servos must be connected to the servo outputs of the DPSI dual power supply.

Advantages

Servo current distribution enables the supply of all connected servos via the DPSI dual power supply. This procedure unloads the receiver, which is usually more sensitive than the DPSI power supply. All servos connected to the DPSI dual power supply are supplied with full power and each servo receives the maximum possible current. This ensures e. g. a better pulling force of the servos.

DPSI dual power supplies with servo current distribution

The following DPSI dual power supplies are equipped with servo current distribution feature: