Selges da prosjektet uteble, har vært ute av esken men ikke brukt i fly.Fra leverandør: The PowerBox Cockpit SRS is identical in design and construction to the PowerBox Competition SRS, with the addition of one special feature: a freely programmable door sequencer for warbirds or jets.Features: SRS: Serial Receiver System provides the facility to use receivers with serial interface.Servo-Match function: servo centre, end-points and reverse for 4 channels and 8 servosDoor sequencer: six freely programmable outputs with set-up assistantUnrestricted channel assignment for all PowerBox outputs Graphic OLED screen with 128 x 64 pixels Extremely user-friendly menu-based programming using the SensorSwitch 11+1 channels Signal amplification and interference suppression for all 21 outputs Flight recorder, recording of lost frames, fail-safe events and all battery data Variable frame rate, range 9ms – 21ms 16-bit processor for fast, high-resolution signal processing double-regulated output voltages for receivers and servos regulated voltage with selection facility, 5.9V or 7.4V Connection facilities for Futaba*, Jeti, Spektrum, HoTT and Multiplex MSB downlink bus systems Direct transmission of battery voltage and capacity to the transmitter Separate voltage and capacity display for each battery Minimum value memory alerts the user to voltage collapses Large-area heat-sinks for high regulator performance Regulator monitoring, regulator error indicator Support for three battery types: LiPo, NiMH / NiCd, LiFePo Suppression of any servo feedback currents which may occur Product description:The PowerBox Cockpit SRS is identical in design and construction to the PowerBox Competition SRS, with the addition of one special feature: a freely programmable door sequencer for warbirds or jets.SRS stands for Serial Receiver System: in contrast to conventional battery backer systems, servo information is transferred using a digital serial signal generated by the receiver. This reduces the number of connections required between the receiver and the PowerBox to a single cable. It is also a straightforward matter to connect a second receiver to the system, which then assumes complete control of the model without restriction if the first receiver should fail to pick up a signal. In the case of Spektrum and Jeti equipment additional receivers are not required; only the satellite receivers are connected to the Cockpit SRS.The integral door sequencer is an in-house development by PowerBox Systems, and opens up entirely new territory in terms of programming facilities. The operation of the wheel doors is freely programmable, i.e. it is not restricted to pre-set sequences. In spite of the innumerable possible options which the door sequencer offers, all the set-up work can be completed in just a few minutes thanks to the software-based set-up assistant, which has been an integral feature of the sequencer since 2012.http://www.dreamworksrc.com/catalog/...ox-Cockpit-Srs Technical Data: Operating voltage 4.0V - 9.0V Power supply 2S LiPo, 2S LiFePo, 5S NiCd/NiMH Current drain Power-on state 130mA Current drain Standby 15µA Maximum load current Peak 2x20A Drop-out voltage 0.3V Output voltage 5.9V or 7.4V regulated Signal input serial Supported RC systems Spektrum, Futaba, HoTT, M-Link, Jeti, JR Receiver redundancy SRS Channels 11+1 Servo sockets 21 Programmable servo outputs 4 channels, 8 servos Servo signal resolution 0.5µs Signal frame rate 9ms, 12ms, 15ms, 18ms, 21ms Screen OLED 128 x 64 pixels, graphic Integral door sequencer yes Supported telemetry systems Futaba*, Jeti, Spektrum, HoTT, M-Link Dimensions 110 x 72 x 24 mm Weight 115g Weight Sensor Switch 15g Temperature range -30°C to +75°C

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