Because i'ts a very popular product and backorder offen exceed the stock that comes.You make an order and when the product comes in stock your order ships.In this case many people made an order with this product and it exceeded the stock
Really... Two times now, 56 in stock and less than 10 hrs later sold out... Not really possible, IMO .... Maybe they should get more stock to have available if true... Just saying...I would buy 2 of 3 if I could get them
HI all. I need a few of these for all my planes. Do they tell me the strength of my Rx battery (NIMH). I think the overall voltage of my batterys are something like 5.6V will that work? Also do I just plug it into any open slot in my Rx?
Sorry for the stupid questions but i'm not sure.
Why are people saying not to connect to spare channel and some are saying not to?
I have it in the RX and seems to work fine. I recently switched to 2 Zippy 1100mah Life's in parallel( No redundancy) Just Y'd to the Switch. But i have the V meter running to a open Port on my AR8000
Works fine, it does flicker when theres fast servo movement, running 5 Hitec Digital servos, and Futaba 425BB in my Seagull Edge540 .46
Should expect a lot of flying time!
yes, you can connect this to a spare channel or use a y-cable on any of the channels. That is if you use no voltage regulator. In that case it would only show the regulated voltage which is not indicating the battery condition - connect the indicator between switch and regulator.
No regulator - connect anywhere. A flickering with moving servos is normal
In fact this device was originally designed only for NI-MH batteries and Ni-CD, and to be used in models Glow, which uses the battery has the correct voltage and is connected directly to the receiver, so the plug FUTABA / JR for also be connected directly to the receiver, now in the new version for LIFE and LI-PO was only changed the values ??of circuit components inside but used the same general layout of hardware so the confusion ..... For use in electric models with BEC or receiver in your st
Good afternoon, this voltage meter will show you the battery level eg 12.6 (100pcnt) and 10.5 ( - 20pcnt of the discharge capacity of the battery), preventing the drums come in red that is close 9.00 to 9.9 and the minimum, it is very useful.
LiFe mode: There are 2 red and 5 green LEDs. Empty battery makes two red LEDs light up. Charging 50mAh into a completely empty 700mAh 2S LiFe makes already the third (of 5) green LED light up (voltage 3.21V). After a short while, the second LED lights since the voltage drops to 3.15V. Charging another 100mAh makes the fourth LED light up(3.32V). Another 445mAh makes the highest LED light up (3.39V).
Why are you using it in line with a charger as it is to be y off of the back side of your on/ off switch to let you know when your battery is getting low. It is not to be used as a input charging aid. This item is to let you know when your pack is getting low ( Life and lipo ) do not like getting to low in voltage hence it is a great tool to have to check the voltage of your pack when you come in from a run or before you go out.
LED's may flicker on / off if you have a high current draw set
nlmbc Thanks i was wondering if it was normal for the Lights to flicker when Servo movement. I'm running 5 Hitec Digital servos, and Futaba 425BB in my Seagull Edge540 .46
For the RX Batt im running 2 Zippy 1100mah Life's in parallel( No redundancy) Just Y'd to the Switch.
But i have the V meter running to a open Port on my AR8000.
This would be the same no as Y'ing though the switch?
I wonder if it can be modified to work on 3s... I will take a look at the circuit over the week end if I have time... Might just be a simple resistor replacement... I don't use 2s, so it's useless to me, so not too worried if I fry it...
pretty helpfull when it comes to voltage display.. please note tha these done have any kind of covering.. so oil , water and any fluids can easily reach the LED's.. u have to use clear shrinkwrap to cover it as a protection