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Obvious - Dumb Question - 7.4V Lipo Pack - But Most Servos Including Ez-Servos R

I am going to ask a question that has been gnawing at the back of my head.

I have searched around and I see yes's and no's.

If a servo is one of the many servos that gives you a torque at 4.8v and 6.0v

And the EZBV4 pins are unregulated.

Does the LiPo powering the EZBV4 mean that I need to only look for 7.4v servos?


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#1  
Yes, get servos that work at 7.4 v. Otherwise you will need to regulate them.
#2  
Okay - and after looking at the EZ Robot HD Servos, they are rated for 7.4v so now I understand the deal.
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#3  
I use regular servos with 7.4V. No problem.
#4  
Minor over voltage of servos won't show a great deal of difference, but the life of the servo will likely be less.
#5  
Regular Hitecs are what you might be thinking of (although they have HV ones now).... They operate from 4.8v ~ 6V...