Powerful 1200 Watt mains PSU, with user-variable output voltage and digital display of voltage and current.
The input voltage range is 100...240 V, and the mains lead plugs into the unit, making it extremely versatile.
The output voltage can be adjusted within the range 15....30 Volt DC, and the maximum current is 50 A. The unit‘s total continuous power is 1200 Watt.
The electrical energy is transferred to consumer units such as battery chargers via four sockets, three of which are switchable.
The mains PSU also features two USB outputs with a total capacity of 5 V / 2.1 A - ideal for charging devices such as tablets, smart phones, digital cameras, etc.
Nano-size digital servo: a high-speed “sister servo” for the proven S 3150 digital unit. The robust five-stage gearbox features four metal gears; two widely spaced ballraces brace the output gear highly effectively against radial forces. An ideal wing-mounting servo, even for quite large gliders and competition machines, as well as mini and micro-helicopters. Although designed for four-cell operation, the servo can also be used with a BEC circuit or with up to 6 Volts with a 6-Volt limiter and a battery backer.
Dimensions: 30 x 10,8 x 29 mm Mass/weight: 20.40 pond/g Operating voltage: 4.8...6 Volts Nominal voltage: 4.80 Volts Torque: 20.00 Ncm Transit speed: 0.12 Sec/45° Holding power: 50.00 Ncm
Sturdy, 3 x 1mm² thick S-BUS-ribbon cable connector lead with heavy duty gold 3 pole plug. Highly flexible with a lighweight, thin-wall thickness insulation.
For the installation of S-BUS-wiring in fuselage or wings. The plug connection is made in output A or B of the battery backer., PSS 2018.
The polarised plug has a lock, which ensures a reliable contact, but is also easily released.
To connect servos and other peripheral devices, the S-BUS-terminal blocks with or without a PWM-Adapter are necessary (F 1690 or F 1691).
Allow the fitting of the new S-BUS system to existing models and servos. To connect between 2-4 wing servos to an S-BUS output. Converts the signal for each separate output from S-BUS to PWM. Each servo is addressable by the adapter, the outputs can have the same or different channel numbers
The channel number allocation is made with the S-BUS Programmer SBC-1 (Nr. F1696) and no PC required.
3-pole gold-conatact plug with lock
Wire cross-sectional area 1mm²
Lead length 50 cm
-BUS nano-size digital servo with the sensational torque of 46 Ncm from a servo only 10.8 mm wide.
The robust 5-level gearbox is made with 4 metal gearwheels, where 2 widely separated ball bearings protect the output gearwheel from radial forces. Although designed for 4-cell operation the servo can also be used with BEC systems, and with up to 6 Volts supplied by converters and battery backers. Ideal as a wing servo, even for sailplanes or competition model aircraft as well as mini or micro helicopters. Programmable!
Powerful and fast S-BUS digital servo 20 mm standard frame size. With core-less motor and metalgear.
Can be used in every areas where power and speed is needed at the same time. For example on 90 size helicopter swahplates or in large models and jets. Waterproofed version, double ballraced metalgear S-BUS-version of the servo S 9452
The programmable S-BUS-digitalservo with colossal strength.
The casing center piece is made from aliuminium and serves to cool the servo motor. The ideal power servo for large-scale model aircraft, Jet`s, TOC machines etc., and for any application where sheer power is required. The gearbox features twin ballraces, and utilises an indirect drive system to couple the gearbox to the special potentiometer with 6-finger wiper. Splashproof care construction makes the servo suitable to use even under extremly harsh conditions. Programmable!
The S-BUS expansion SBE-4 converts S-BUS channels to PWM-channels when standard - servos - and speed controllers are connected.
It is connected to the S-BUS output of the receiver R6108SB or R6208SB and expands the 8 standard PWM-servo-ports by a further 4-channels. With this accessory, this very compact receiver will be expanded to an inexpensive 12-channel receiver. As standard, the outputs are pre-programmed with channels 9…12. Using the CIU-2 Adapter and the free PC-Link-Software, the servo outputs of the SBE-4 are freely programmable. That means: That the channel allocation as well as the positioning parameters (direction, neutral position, end points, speed) may all be set-up as required.