De manual: User Manual
- 8 Inputs (A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H)
- 16 Buffered/Filtered and amplified outputs (A,A,B,B,C,C,D,D,E,E,F,F,G,G,H,H)
- Including an engine kill switch. Seperate connection to battery, CDI and receiver channel.
- Including overall power switch.
- Robust design, the receiver and servo's will be power with a malfunction of the power switch.
- Optimized for use with 2 cell LiFe (A123) and 2S LiPo battery. Can be used without a BEC.
- Can be used with 4/5 cell NiCd or NiMh battery
- Optimized for 6V and HV servos
- No seperate Radio battery needed
- Switcheable 5 Volt Regulated output for receiver on all channels for improved redundancy
- Mounting receiver at the middle of the power box
- Dual Battery Inputs - Auto Load sharing and
- Failsafe switch over between batteries
- LEDs show which battery is present
- Includes rubber grommets , Deans connectors and screws
- 32Amp power bus
- Deans Input Connections
- Includes 8 leads for connection to receiver, additional leads can be purchased seperately
- Works with PPM , PCM, 2.4Ghz systems
- Suitable for both analog as well as digital servos
- 4.8 volt Minimum input is required (preferred regulated) - 8.4 Volt Max Input
The pictures below show some sample configurations of the Power Box:
For a description of above mentioned configurations goto:
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