Servo ic not working

Discussion in 'RC General & Getting Started' started by rvillaverde, Mar 10, 2004.

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  1. rvillaverde

    rvillaverde New Member

    Y use a standard servo board to control small motors (or big ones using an H-bridge).

    The servo board has 2 IC, one of them with 7 pins, and it gets too hot when driving current in one of the two ways. And the motor doesn't run smoothly in that direction. It only draws 80-100 mA.

    The IC has a label, BAL8666 and 006 H90: what is it? May I get a replacement?

    Thanks
  2. rockn82

    rockn82 Marx Brother

    Well you can probably get a replacement by going to a radioshack and asking them to crosscheck the numbers to see if it is anything that they can get. <<<BUT>>> I do not envy the task of replacing any IC that has been put on a board IC by a machine... Its a Soldiering Nightmare
  3. Vicissitude

    Vicissitude New Member

    unless the rs is an independant store and specalizes in electronic parts or has a specific vendor they cant help . http://www.elexp.com/bok_1096.htm but u can get a semi-conductor cross ref book here.
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