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Old 07-03-2010, 07:54 PM   #11
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Re: Ignition Battery Elimanator

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Originally Posted by Mike Sebastien View Post
I removed a battery pack, batt sw with associated wiring and Smart fly ign sw. They were all replaced by one circuit board.

Have you ever heard the song "your pants on the ground"

Reality is nothing has changed same rate of failure for flight battery as before and you substituted one circuit board for another. In the new circuit youíve added an additional circuit that filters out feedback so you can draw power from the same battery and plug directly into the receiver. You have simply eliminated a battery pack that did not control any mechanical functions of the aircraft. All circuits have failure rates. If this one fails will it adversely affect your control as itís not a separate system but plugged into both the receiver and flight battery?

PS Since you have expressed interest in my pants on the ground, just for you then ( I )

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Old 07-04-2010, 10:14 AM   #12
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Re: Ignition Battery Elimanator

i have a zeus ignition battery elliminater for about 6 month,s so far so good.each to their own i guess ,some like to stay with old technology and some like to take advantage of new technology.all man made components have a point of failure sometime,and besides if you want to be in this hobby sooner or later you will have a issue with equipment failure no matter who you are.

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