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Vendors Corner => Tim's Universal Timers => Topic started by: Tom rammel on September 07, 2021, 12:41:40 PM

Title: TUT-HR Available NOW 2021
Post by: Tom rammel on September 07, 2021, 12:41:40 PM
Tim Wescott is the designer of the TUT-HR and Howard Rush provided the specification.
Tim Wescott is allowing me (Tom Rammel Senior Electronic Engineer) to build the TUT-HR and make it available to those that want to pre-purchase them at an initial cost of $ 75 plus shipping.  These initial builds will only be shipped to the continental US and will have a long lead time due to the chip shortage.

YouTube link:  https://youtu.be/EJlgomCp5kY (https://youtu.be/EJlgomCp5kY)
https://youtu.be/mEqXgaeR5JE (https://youtu.be/mEqXgaeR5JE)

If you would like to purchase a TUT-HR send a check to:

Tom Rammel
2502 Oliver Ave SW
Cokato, MN 55321 

Email     rammel@centurylink.net

Title: TUT-HR Available NOW 2021-installation orientation
Post by: John Paris on November 30, 2021, 08:10:30 AM
Everyone,
Since this board has sensors on it, orientation will have some importance.  Howard graciously shared a picture of his world beater with a TUT-HR installed.  It is probably best to orient your TUT-HR in a similar manner.  Looks like the board needs to be vertical with the pins facing forward and the electric components facing the pilot (inboard) for people flying the standard CCW rotation.
John
Title: Re: TUT-HR Available NOW 2021-installation orientation
Post by: Tim Wescott on December 01, 2021, 04:01:49 PM
Everyone,
Since this board has sensors on it, orientation will have some importance.  Howard graciously shared a picture of his world beater with a TUT-HR installed.  It is probably best to orient your TUT-HR in a similar manner.  Looks like the board needs to be vertical with the pins facing forward and the electric components facing the pilot (inboard) for people flying the standard CCW rotation.
John

Actually, this has been anticipated.  You can tell the TUT what orientation it's in, and it'll adjust to work correctly.  There's 24 possible positions (not my fault!  I didn't give this universe three spatial dimensions!); you can set them in the "sensor setup" menu -- although the default is the orientation in Howard's plane.

I owe y'all some detail in the instruction manual on this -- but it's there.