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    RNinMunich
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    Evenin' Peter,
    Both have heat sinks so they're both 20A jobsπŸ‘
    Your Heywood buy was a real bargain (1/3 price!) as long as it ain't been popped!!
    Looks like he just couldn't be bothered to cut all the slots in the case.
    Happy dualling and mixing, just don't get Mixed Up 😁😊
    Cheers, Doug 😎
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    Young at heart - slightly older in other places πŸ˜‰ Cheers Doug
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    Hi Doug, Iv'e posted a couple of piccys of my Action P94's, I think there are 20A, as you say, they have large heat plates sticking up, the one with the case I have just acquired from the last show Heywood, and I think the price of Β£25 was really to cheap, but who am I to argue with a fellow boater!πŸ˜‰

    Cheers, Peter
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    I second that Ken.
    Excellent web site and brilliant members.

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    If it looks right it probably is.
    KenThompson
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    This is only one of the good reasons to belong to this website , you are stuck on something, put it to these guys and no doubt you will have an answer. Brilliant website.
    Cheers for now
    Ken
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    Thank you Doug, my pal also sends his thanks.again ,,, cheers.
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    Hi Peter,
    If yours has two ally heat sinks sticking out through the lid then you have the P94 2x20A version.
    Mine (P94Lite 2x10A) has no heatsinks and different FET output transistors with a lower current rating. Difference is only 3 quid. Cheers, Doug 😎
    https://www.componentshop.co.uk/p94l-dual-esc-and-mixer-2-x-...
    PS They seem expensive at 70 odd quid, but consider the cost of two separate ESCs and an extra mixer unit an' it ain't so bad!
    https://www.componentshop.co.uk/p94l-dual-esc-and-mixer-2-x-10-amp.html
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    I have a couple of P94 ESC Doug, which I thought were the only one's available, what is the difference with the lite version?😊

    Cheers, Peter
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    Hi Ken,
    The absolute easiest way is to use the Action Electronics P94 Dual ESC and rudder mixer.
    See attached data sheet. Use the Lite version if the motors will not draw more than 10A.
    The P94 also has an output for a third ESC for the centre motor.
    Attached is also a Wiring diagram for the 'Hatchette' Bismarck suggested by Action Electronics' Dave Milbourn, who I note has also stumbled upon our humble web siteπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘
    (Note the 'c' in the gent's name which was used for the shipπŸ˜‰)
    It only uses the outer motors but adding the centre motor is easy with a small ESC connected to the output mentioned above.
    I have the Revell 1/350 kit and have bought the P94 Lite and will add an Mtroniks Marine 10 ESC for the centre motor. Hope this helps your mate get underway. Look forward to some pics / vidsπŸ‘
    Cheers, Doug 😎
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    Young at heart - slightly older in other places πŸ˜‰ Cheers Doug
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    My friend wants to fit a 1/200 scale Bismarck with three props and three motors, and would be very happy for some advice, or diagram of the electric set up.cheers in advance.
    Ken.
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