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Offline Rogerio Fiorotti

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New C/L Timer v.6
« on: December 06, 2017, 11:27:44 AM »
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Now with active control in 2 ESC's for twin-engine or contra-rotating system and retractable landing gear.

Settings:
Delay Time;
Flight time;
RPM Main ESC;
Gain RPM with nose up;
Sensor sensitivity - Accelerometer;
Max and Min RPM;
RPM ESC 2 - differential +/- RPM base Main ESC;
Landing gear closing time, normal or reverse;

Views;
Flight counter;
Status accelerometer X and Y axis;

Coming soon cltimer.com




Offline Frank Imbriaco

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Re: New C/L Timer v.6
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2017, 12:45:10 PM »
Roger :
 Need more info about this new version of your active timer for twins . You mention contra-rotating, but the contra systems that I'm familiar with (R/C pattern) are for one motor. Or, do you mean one motor with a tractor prop and one motor with a pusher prop ?
Frank

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Re: New C/L Timer v.6
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2017, 01:14:40 PM »
Hi Frank.

There are counter-rotating models with two motors as well.

Himax.





Offline Frank Imbriaco

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Re: New C/L Timer v.6
« Reply #3 on: December 06, 2017, 01:38:42 PM »
 Hi Roger:
 I'm fairly certain that their contra motors aren't intended for control line use.
Quite heavy for our purposes, no ?
Frank

Offline Rogerio Fiorotti

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Re: New C/L Timer v.6
« Reply #4 on: December 06, 2017, 02:01:38 PM »
Hi Roger:
 I'm fairly certain that their contra motors aren't intended for control line use.
Quite heavy for our purposes, no ?
Frank

Frank,

Countra-rotating systems are heavier do not know the weight of the model sold by the Paweł Dziuba single engine (photo), but these HImax model CR3516-1030 weighs 275gr - 9.7oz ....


http://www.maxxprod.com/mpi/mpi-266.html


Features:
High Efficiency - High Power - High Torque - Lightweight - Equivalent to .50 size glow engine.
Specifications:
Weight: 275g, (9.7oz) with prop adapter
Max Power: 800W, (This is dependent on several factors)
Max RPM: 12,000 RPM
Diameter: 35.3mm, (1.39")
Length: 64.3mm (2.53")
Shaft Diameter: 4.73mm (3/16") front shaft, 9.48mm (3/8") rear shaft
Motor Mounting Holes: 4 holes, 3.17mm through, on 43mm, (1.7") bolt circle
Maximum Case Temperature: 65oC, (149oF)
KV= 1030, Rm = .0.035, Io of front motor = 4.8A/10V, lo of rear motor = 2.3A/10V
Efficient Operating Current =30-36 A per rotor, 40A Max 15 seconds per rotor.
Suggested Props: For 3-cell operation APC 12x6P front prop, APC 11x8E rear prop
Battery: 3-cell Lipo that can sustain 70 to 80 amp continuous draw.
ESC: Two 35 Amp ESCs or equivalent. Also needs a MPI 2160 or 2460 Y-harness to join the two ESC to throttle channel.
ESC setting: Cutoff - soft, Brake - disabled, Throttle type - airplane, fixed endpoints.


Rogerio.




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