White Fiber Optic light for night flying, contains light generator and 1 Metre Fiber Optic Tube, can be twisted round almost any surface and emits a very bright light from the end of the tube which you can point in any direction!
Spec: Working Voltage: 5v Weight: 9g (complete) Plug: Futaba Type
Amigo ele pode ser ligado direto no receptor, voce pode usar um Y para ligar até dois conjuntos, só nao vah exagerar, antes verifique qual eh a carga maxima suportada pelo seu receptor porque a voltagem dele eh de 5volts.
6V would be perfectly OK but 9, 12 or higher would be out of the question unless the resistors are changed or added to so the current flow is maintained at approx 20mA. More mAs will make the LED glow more brightly but shorten the life of the LED. Lower voltage is OK but will glow dimmer as the voltage goes down. The LED requires a forwarding voltage (Vf)of approx 3V so it will not operate at all at or below the LEDs Vf. Hope that helps.
I'm not espert of these stuff...
wich battery do you suggest me to buy?
I have this charger and will be cool if was possible to use it for the white fiber optic light battery
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/%5F %5F6478%5F%5FIMAX%5FB6%5FAC%5FCharger%5FDischarger%5 F1%5F6%5FCells%5FGENUINE%5F.html
thanks and regards.
Yes, you can also connect the ch output to a Y harness and connect the light to one end leaving the other end for normal ch control, you are just powering both items in parallel. That way you won't lose one channel. The light does not use signal pin.
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I purchased the white, green and blue lights.
By far the white is the brightest followed by either blue or green.
The tip is extremely white and bright and the tubing is very flexible as well. The light emitted along the length of the strip is much less bright but probably good for night flying. Overall not bad and will probably apply all my lights on my homemade quadcopter (46 inches by 46 inches), yes indeed, a monster quadcopter.
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