Oh ok I understand. Thank you. So it would be fine if I powered my 12v LEDS that draw 1 amp using the unregulated section of the Axon II? The 12 volts being supplied would be a flat 12 volts because it is being supplied from a DC-DC converter.
OK - Servos - those have three wires. Two carry power and come directly from your power supply. And the third is a low current signal wire that gets a pulse signal from the Axon - the Axon does not supply or sink the power - that's why you can controll the servo directly from a low power digital output.
LEDs - these have two wires. All the current has to go through whatever is switching the LED on and off. If you connect your LED between power and the Axon the Axon would be trying to control the full amp. That is not a good thing.
If you want to control a 1 amp LED (or DC motor, or...) from a device that can only source / sink 20 milliamps, you need to use some kind of power switching device (relay, transistor) that is controlled by the Axon and will be able to handle the 1 amp from the LED.