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Radio Battery Modification Question

Postby junglelord » Wed Aug 26, 2009 8:09 pm

Hi guys. I got this Futuba PCM 1024 FP-T7UHP Super, in a estate package. The gentleman at the hobby store in Ottawa several months ago tole me the original batteries that go in my radio they do not sell anymore, so he gave me adapters to solder onto the battery terminals and with my brain injury I forgot if its the simple red to red, black to black. Or is it black and white to red and black>

They are three pin connectors.

Any help is appriciated. I do not have the batteries yet.

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Postby Skip Asay » Wed Aug 26, 2009 11:39 pm

Since the battery only has 2 wires, remove the white wire and then solder red to red and black to black.

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Postby junglelord » Thu Aug 27, 2009 1:08 am

Red to red, black to black it is. Thanks
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Postby fgroza » Thu Aug 27, 2009 4:59 pm

On Futaba, the white wire is for signal such as on a servo. As Skip said,red-red, blk-blk.
If you ever have JR equipment, orange is the signal brown is neg, and red is positive. WARNING- JR charges backward from all others. This means the center of the charge plug is neg and the outside is positive. Keep this in mind, just to be safe.
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