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Here, I made you a picture even. I hope this explains it well...

Great job Squishy, you know your stuff!!

I did a major rework of post 1.
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I added this today to post one.

The voltage: Above we have discussed current but said nothing of voltage.
On the AR600 6-Channel Sport DSMX Receiver
The operating Voltage Range is 3.5 to 9.6 Volt DC.
Most BECs and RX batteries are between 4.8 and 6.6 volts.
6.6 volts would be very hard on our servos; but at that higher voltage, they will be fast and strong.
With 6.6 Volts DC, our servos may work, but they will have a very short life.
In my opinion, 6.6 Volts DC is too high for the servos we use.
Our servos are rated for 4.8 to 6.0 Volts DC.

Your Receiver will work fine at up to 9.6 Volt DC, but check the specs of operational voltages for everything you connect to the Receiver. Some of the bigger servos will work OK at that higher voltage.
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