|08-29-2010, 07:46 PM||#11|
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I am: Gary M.
Join Date: Jul 2003
Location: Stoney Creek, Ontario
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# of RCs: 7
Feedback: 25 / 100%
Total Props: 9
Re: Anyone tried the HobbyKing Wireless Battery Tracker?
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There is absolutely NO interfearence with the Tx radio. As with the radio and RX you have to bind the receiver unit to the transimtter unit but it is very easy to do. I have had my plane fly quite a distance out from me, actually a bit too far to be comfortable, and there was no loss of signal to the Quanum receiver and the readout remained crystal clear.
For only $60 I thought it a great deal. I really like it and once you use it, you will never want to go back to guessing how much power remains in your batteries while flying! Say goodbye to ESC cutouts and dead stick landings flying electric airplanes. ( Extra Tx units can be purchased seperately to put in additional airplanes)
Stoney Creek Hawks RC
MAAC No. 43659
Radios used: Spektrum DX6i
Current builds: 1/4 scale J3 Cub & Neiuport 17 and KMP B-25.
Currently flying: Scratched Tele 40, Parkzone Stryker & 60" SPAD Debonaire
"Time flies like an arrow - fruit flys like a banana." Groucho Marks
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