If I connect 6 servos in parallel and each need 1A, would I need to produce 6A from the power source or would they share it like in voltage and 1A is all that is needed from the power source?
If I need to produce 6A, is that dangerous when the voltage is somewhere in the region of 9v-12v? I only ask as this link and one on wikipedia claims that above 2,000mA (2A) can produce some quite nasty results, but I'm not sure if it's only when a certain voltage is present (my guess is that is the case, but wanted to be sure before frying myself)
If I connect 4 AA batteries in series, my understanding is this will increase the voltage but the current will be the same as 1 AA battery. So if 1 AA battery is 1.5v and 1800mA/hr, it would be 6volts and 1.8A maximum for 1 hour. If you do it in parallel, it increases the max current but not the voltage. So in this case it would be 1.5v and 7.2A maximum for 1 hour