S-BUS-Terminal block with PWM-converter for PSS-battery backer.
This S-BUS terminal block serves to connect normal analogue- and also digital servos with PWM control. The terminal block has an additional printed circuit board which converts the S-BUS signal to a PWM one.
Hence a standard servo can be connected at any required point along the BUS cable. The PWM adapter neds to be configured with the channel address with this connection and the servo connection is done.
The channel allocation is made with the handy S-BUS programmer SBC-1.
Ultra-light and small 4-channel 2.4 GHz FASST receiver for indoor and Park Flyers.
Weight only 3,9 g, without housing only 3.3 g. No crystals, no frequency channel selection and the highest security against Immediately channel interference from 2.4 GHz FASST technology.
Best suppression of interference by fast frequency hopping. High intermediate frequency of 800 MHz, resistant to electromagnetic signals .
Simple connectivity through integrated EASY-link button. Suitable for all Futaba transmitters from 6-channels ,compatible to work in 7 channel - modulation
operating voltage : 4,8-7,4 Volt
Current: 40 mA
resolution :2048 KHz
Weight: 3,9 g (3.3 gr without case)
size: 35 x 20 x 7 mm
No crystals, no spot frequency selection, and maximum protection from same-channel interference thanks to high-speed 2.4 GHz FHSS technology. High-speed Frequency Hopping for effective suppression of interference signals. Frequency Hopping system with thirty channels at 1.5 MHz spacing in the 2404 - 2447.5 MHz range. Maximum 28 simultaneous users.
Not compatible with FASST transmitters. Only for FHSS systems such as T2PL, T3PL, T4YF, T4PL, T6JG) Not recommended for large-scale model aircraft and jets.
Range: approx. 1000 m Channel spacing: 6.00 Weight: 9 g
Channel spacing: 1500KHz kHz
Dimensions: 43 x 25 x 9/12.5 mm mm Voltage: 4.8-7.4 V Volts current: 40 mAmA current: 40 mAmA
No crystals, no spot frequency selection, and maximum protection from same-channel interference thanks to high-speed 2.4 GHz FHSS technology. High-speed Frequency Hopping for effective suppression of interference signals.
Automatic switching between S-FHSS (High-Speed mode - only in conjunction with digital servos) and FHSS mode.
Frequency Hopping system with thirty channels at 1.5 MHz spacing in the 2404 - 2447.5 MHz range. Maximum 28 simultaneous users. Not compatible with FASST transmitters. Only for FHSS systems such as T2PL, T3PL, T4YF, T4PL, T6JG) Not recommended for large-scale model aircraft and jets. Range: approx. 1000 m
Specification: Channel spacing: 4.00 Weight: 8 g Dimensions: 39 x 26 x 12.5 mm mm Voltage: 4.8-7.4V Volts
A powerful, low-cost digital servo for demanding applications.This servo was developed for use primarily in fixed-wing model aircraft and helicopters. The output shaft is supported in one ballrace and a special double bush.Wireless construction for excellent vibration resistance.
Metal-geared micro-servo for professional use. Even at 4.8 Volts nominal voltage it produces the enormous torque of 26 Ncm. Ideal for installation in wings or tail panels. The robust, precision-machined metal gearbox is capable of surviving hard landings in rough terrain.
Dimensions: 28.0 x 13.0 x 29.7 mm Mass/weight: 21.00 pond/g Operating voltage: 4.8 Volts Torque: 37.00 Ncm Transit speed: 0.20 Sec/45°
Small, low-cost, high-speed servo of the "Nano" class, for indoor HELIS, park-fly and slow-fly models, hand-launch gliders and other small model aircraft where minimum servo size is a must. Nevertheless powerful and robust enough for applications in medium-sized model aircraft and electric micro-helicopters. Set includes a 20 mm servo output disc and cruciform lever, plus fittings. Specification: Dimensions: 21.8 x 11 x 19.8 mm Mass/weight: 9.50 pond/g Operating voltage: 4,8 Volts Torque: 12.00 Ncm Transit speed: 0.09 Sec/45°
An affordable digital all-purpose servo of standard size.This servo has been developed for use in fixed-wing model aircraft and model helicopters (swashplate control) with electric or IC power (up to about .40 motor size; e.g. robbeOrnith). Also suitable as a beginner`s tail rotor servo in the Ornith and similar models. The output shaft features multiple bearings: one ballrace and a special double plain bush. Although designed for 4-cell operation this servo is suitable for use with a BEC system, or with converters and battery backers supplying up to 6 Volts.Supplied complete with servo accessory pack. Specification: Dimensions: 40,5 x 20 x 36,1 mm Mass/weight: 42.00 pond/g Operating voltage: 4,8-6 Volts Nominal voltage: 4.80 Volts Nominal voltage: 6.00 Volts Torque: 31.00 Ncm Torque: 39.00 Ncm Transit speed: 0.16 Sec/45° Transit speed: 0.13 Sec/45° Holding power: 77.00 Ncm Holding power: 97.00 Ncm
Professional helicopter servo Quite simply THE helicopter servo. Popular for many years due to its high vibration resistance, long life and reliability. Can be used wherever high torque and good holding power are required. Specification:
Light and elegant Tx tray for T10C, made from 2,5 mm Carbon-fibre sheet.
Quick and simple assembly with quick connectors/knurled fixings.
All controls, as well as charge socket and Buddy-Box sockets etc., are freely accessible.
Removing the neck strap brackets (with bayonet connectors), the Tx and tray can be stored in its alloy case.
This is the FutabaWTR-7FASST Wireless Trainer System.
FEATURES: Eliminates cumbersome trainer cords allowing instructor and student to stand up to 30' (9.1m) apart Plugs into square trainer port of instructor's 35-40-50-72MHz or 2.4GHz transmitter and attaches to the back with included hook and loop material (student's transmitter must be a 2.4GHzFASST system)
INCLUDES: FutabaWTR-7FASST Wireless Trainer System
REQUIRES: Plugging into and programming through instructor's transmitter