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Old 09-06-2013, 08:05 AM   #1
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New fuel dot / reg indicator from smart fly

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Have you guys seen these yet! Kind of cool
Ignition Access Panel

The Ignition Access Panel combines the Ignition Cutoff high-brightness red LED, charge jack and fuel dot. All necessary leads are provided to connect the panel to your Smart-Fly Ignition Cutoff fiber-optic receiver unit (not included). The high-brightness red LED indicates your engine's ignition is hot or off as commanded by the Smart-Fly Ignition Cutoff. The charge jack utilizes a DC power jack for long life and high current. Finally, a fuel dot is provided to keep all your ignition related items in one easy to mount panel.

I never use a switch with my opto kill as they take very little power just left hooked to the battery. My transmitter is the switch.

System Access Panel
The System Access Panel combines the Pin&Flag failsafe switch with two charging jacks and a very bright green status LED. All necessary leads are provided to connect directly to our PowerExpander or PowerSystem. The Pin&Flag failsafe switch enables you to use a single switch for your entire plane when using our Ignition Cutoff. The charge jacks utilize DC power jacks for long life and high current. Finally a high-brightness green LED provides system power status when plugged into an unused servo output of a PowerExpander or PowerSystem.

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Canadian distributor for EME Engines, 3DHOBBYSHOP, GP ENGINES, PRO-FLOW 3D CANS, TDRC 20 AWG Servo Wires,
Also: Savox Servos, Hacker motors, Castle Creations, Falcon Props, SWB MFG, Smart-fly, 4titude Tanks
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