The Brand New Line of Elite Falcon ESCs Target Professionals and Pilots Looking for Uncompromising Precision and Quality!!!

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The Falcon product line represents advanced speed controllers for exclusive use in airplanes, drones, sailplanes or any kind of radio control application. With integrated telemetry and various possibilities of optional user configuration, the controllers offer high efficiency, low weight and precise motor control. The telemetry system in the Elite Falcon ESC lets you monitor in real time the Amperage (Amp), Voltage (V), and Capacity (mAh) consumed from the battery, ESC even calculates Power (W) output of the system. You can also measure the ESC Temperature and add external Motor Temperature and Propeller Positioning sensors. We have created a more robust hardware platform including increased cooling capability, smaller overall packaging, and selectable sensitivity to allow you to use any brushless motor that you choose. No matter which size you choose, the Elite Falcon series brushless speed controllers are right for your next project.

The USB programmability allows you to update the ESC to the latest firmware right from home using Jeti or Elite USB Adapter and your PC with MAV Manager. Fine tuning of your power system has never been easier.

Specifications and Features
– Supported Protocols: Jeti EX, Multiplex M-LINK, Graupner HoTT, Futaba S.Bus/S.Bus2
– Over and under-voltage protection, overtemperature protection, motor-stall protection
– Real-time telemetry data stream and min/max value data logging
– Configurable current limiter, safety shutdown when the throttle impulse is lost
– Configurable acceleration, timing, electromagnetic brake, prop positioning
– Firmware updates via USB interface

Active Freewheeling (Active Motor Breaking)
Brand new feature of the speed controller that reduces heat generated by the ESC during partial load operation. This mode is useful for 3D extreme and F3A precision aerobatic pilots who want not only fast acceleration, but also rapid deceleration. The motor follows throttle stick input in both ways and the pilot feels more completely in control.

Current Limiter (Active Power Monitoring)
The current limiter is a part of safety controller features. It does not stop the motor but rather continuously monitors the immediate current consumption and adjusts the motor power. You can enable this feature, specify the maximum allowed current and the ESC will reduce the motor power immediately as soon as the current threshold is exceeded. After the current returns back to the safe level, the motor power is restored.

Propeller Positioning (Hall Effect Magnetic Sensor)
The positioning feature allows moving the motor/propeller to the exact position required for safe landing, or which is just comfortable for further flying. With just a few external components (Hall-sensor and a small magnet) you can enable this feature and prevent the risk of damaging your propeller during landing or (Scale Sailplane) motor pod/folding prop retraction. The magnet needs to be properly fixed to the rotating part (either motor or the propeller), and the Hall-sensor has to be located in the fuselage, so that the magnet matches the Hall-sensor at the target propeller position. After enabling the positioning feature in the menu, set also the positioning PWM, so that the motor spins slowly but smoothly.

Brilliant Solution for Carrying, Storing & Protecting Your Sailplanes

Brilliant Solution for Carrying, Storing & Protecting Your Investment Introducing Elite S/M or L Line of Universal Sailplane Carrying Bags

Dimensions:
$165.00 Bag S/M              39” x 12” x 4” (1000 x 310 x 100mm)
$215.00 Bag L                   55” x 17” x 6.5” (1400 x 430 x 170mm)

Brilliant Solution for Carrying, Storing & Protecting Your Investment Introducing Elite XL Universal Sailplane Carrying Bag with Shoulder Straps Easily Carry and Store Large or XL Sailplanes

Dimensions:
$255.00 Bag XL  62” x 14” x 6.5” (1570 x 360 x 160mm)

Elite AMS Competition Altitude Motor Switch, Variometer & Altimeter w/Optional Telemetry for Limited Altitude Electric Sailplane Soaring Categories (FAI F5J Approved)!!!

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The Altitude Motor Switch (AMS) is a versatile device suitable for several competition categories where the altitude or motor run time shall be limited. It can be used also as a standalone variometer. The sensor is usually connected between the receiver throttle channel and the appropriate signal input of the electronic speed controller.

The AMS contains a sensitive barometric altimeter/variometer which uses the latest MEMS technology to achieve a high level of accuracy, while preserving miniature dimensions. The sensor is able to detect changes in atmospheric pressure to indicate the change of altitude with resolution 0.1m. Using the integrated high power cables you can directly power the receiver and servos through the AMS from a BEC circuit of the speed controller.

Specifications and Features
– Supported Protocols: Jeti EX, Multiplex M-LINK, Graupner HoTT, Futaba S.Bus/S.Bus2
– Accurate measurement of absolute/relative altitude and climb/sink rate.
– Automatic detection of serial bus data and telemetry after startup.
– Configurable alarms on altitude and climb rate and motor shutdown altitude.
– FAI F5J, ALES, LMR: Limited altitude electric soaring categories supported (See .pdf manual for details).

How Can I Increase the Accuracy of the Consumed Volume of Fuel for the Mflow2 EX Sensor?

Calibration of the consumed volume is possible from FW version 2.03.We recommend that you first check SW version in the MFlow2 EX sensor. If will be necessary, update the sensor via the JETI Studio program.

It is also necessary to have the actual device profile (MFlow2.bin) in the “Devices” folder on the transmitter’s SD card. Actual device profile can be downloaded during the MFlow2 EX sensor update, or you can update your transmitter via the JETI Studio program. The file (MFlow2.bin) will be automatically updated on the transmitter’s SD card.

Calibration procedure (as example): Leave the “calibration” in the default setting (1,000) and make the first test flight (or run a pumping test with the correct type of fuel). In our example the sensor in the default setting measured the consumed volume of fuel 1159 ml. After a test flight (or pumping test) we measure the exact volume of fuel consumed from the tank, for example, by pouring the rest of the fuel from the tank into the calibration cylinder. In this way, we can exactly determine “real consumed volume” from tank. Then in the calibration menu fill in this exact volume in the item “real consumed volume” (980 ml). The flow coefficient is automatically set to the exact value (0.845). You can reset the calibration at any time and select another (more accurate) value to suit.

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Have You Checked Out the Emcotec DPSI Power Distribution System Yet?

The Emcotec DPSI 2001 RV power distribution unit is designed to operate with the included Fuel Cap magnetic switch actuator or a specially designed Magnetic Switch or Magnetic Switch PCB actuators. The switches are fail proof and they are controlled by self-locking circuitry. This means that DPSI 2001 RV stays turned On, even if the switch fails. The logic for turning Off is also redundant, a simple malfunction cannot cause the power supply to be turned Off. Find it here.

No Yokes About It – These Are High Quality!

The RFM Aluminum Offset Clamping Yokes were specifically designed for high performance scale sailplane applications with Front Electric Sustainer/Self-launcher (FES) electric motors.

The offset yoke design allows the prop blades to fold closer to the fuselage than with a conventional design, reducing drag while flying without the power. A simple All-In-One solution. Read more about them, here.