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    CICALINO CERCA MODELLI   SkyRC

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    CICALINO CERCA MODELLI SkyRC

    Fornitore

    The Signal Loss Alarm & Lost Aircraft Finder is controlled by a tiny MCU. As simple device, it can be plugged into any servo/RX port, will detect the loss of TX signal and emit a loud 85dB alarm. Ideal for warning you if you have not turned off your RX power supply while in the pits, or if you are having trouble finding a model in the long grass, simply turn off your TX the alarm will sound and the red LED will start to blink! With its versatility and small size, the Signal Loss Alarm & Lost Aircraft Finder is a must-have accessory for fliers.

    If you don't want the alarm to beep after one minute. You can disable one minute TX inactive warning by simply move the switch to mode 2.

    Features:

    Loud >85dB alarm gets your attention.
    Built-in LED.
    Can be used as a reminder to turn off the R/C receiver.
    One minute TX inactive warning can be turn off (Mode 2).
    Plugs into any standard 4.8 - 6.0 V DC powered receiver.
    Average current draw is under 2.5mA when idle, 50mA during alarm.
    Small size and weight (~7-grams).

    Barcode 4046032067372


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    CICALINO CERCA MODELLI   SkyRC
    Caratteristiche :

    Dimension: 18,1 x 18,1 x 12,9mm (LxWxH)
    Operating Voltage: 5-6 volts DC
    Alert Level: 85dB
    Protection: IP20
    Storage Temperature: -10-50?
    Operating Temperature: 0-40?
    Current Consumption: < 50 mA (Working mode) / < 2.5 mA (Non-working mode)
    Weight: 7g


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    CICALINO CERCA MODELLI SkyRC

    Fornitore

    The Signal Loss Alarm & Lost Aircraft Finder is controlled by a tiny MCU. As simple device, it can be plugged into any servo/RX port, will detect the loss of TX signal and emit a loud 85dB alarm. Ideal for warning you if you have not turned off your RX power supply while in the pits, or if you are having trouble finding a model in the long grass, simply turn off your TX the alarm will sound and the red LED will start to blink! With its versatility and small size, the Signal Loss Alarm & Lost Aircraft Finder is a must-have accessory for fliers.

    If you don't want the alarm to beep after one minute. You can disable one minute TX inactive warning by simply move the switch to mode 2.

    Features:

    Loud >85dB alarm gets your attention.
    Built-in LED.
    Can be used as a reminder to turn off the R/C receiver.
    One minute TX inactive warning can be turn off (Mode 2).
    Plugs into any standard 4.8 - 6.0 V DC powered receiver.
    Average current draw is under 2.5mA when idle, 50mA during alarm.
    Small size and weight (~7-grams).

    Barcode 4046032067372


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