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 Posted: Fri Mar 23rd, 2018 06:46 pm
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" I do have a different one here as well,
but it is hiding at the moment."



Hi Mack :wave:



It's funny you should say that ! :)

My most needed tools sometimes do that as well !! :f:


;)


Another E.S.C. Electronic Speed Controller type, which MAY be available on eBay ... IF you can find it ! L:





I'm not kiddin' either ... This one IS quite hard to find ... So I've found. :P



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 Posted: Fri Mar 23rd, 2018 07:00 pm
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Si,

I have a quick question ( so I don't have to read earlier posts ! ).
Does this 'FlySky' Receiver/E.S.C. have proportional reverse ?
It would seem that with R.C. aircraft, there is no reverse.

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 Posted: Fri Mar 23rd, 2018 07:14 pm
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Howdy Woodie :cb:



The simple answer is ... YES !  :)


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The 'FlySky' Receiver & whatever E.S.C. Electronic Speed Controller that you decide to use with it ...

... COULD be used for more or less ANY type of R.C. application you care to mention. :cool:



Coming in the ultra-affordable 'FlySky' FS-GT2E twin-pack, is of course their non-aircraft transmitter ...

... WITH REVERSE. :bg:



If you happen to buy a Receiver on it's own, for the STELLA price of £3.84p inc. P&P ...

... Almost any compatible 2.4 GHz Transmitter you could wish to use, will/should work with it.



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 Posted: Fri Mar 23rd, 2018 10:52 pm
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OK then, this is just a Receiver without E.S.C.?

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The 'FlySky' FS-GT2E package ... is an extremely simple & easy to understand 'modular R.C. system'.  :thumb:

ANY of many different 2.4 GHz Transmitters can be used ... in addition to the one shown here.  L:

The 'FlySky' Receiver ... is used with YOUR choice of E.S.C. Electronic Speed Controller.  :)





The Transmitter included in the 'FlySky' twin-pack of both Transmitter & Receiver.





The Receiver included in the 'FlySky' twin-pack of both Transmitter & Receiver.





One of the ZILLIONS of different types of E.S.C. Electronic Speed Controllers ...

... that may be used with this 'modular R.C. system' ...

... the choice is YOURS ! 





How to very easily connect the simple components of this 'modular R.C. system.

&

Just plug yer loco into the 'Motor Connector' & your battery into the 'Battery Connector'.



:!:



Si.






Although the 'FlySky' Receiver is not shown on the box here ...

... this R.C. 'twin-pack' contains BOTH the Transmitter shown & the Receiver shown above ^^ in this Post.

If you look around on eBay ... You can get this 'twin-pack' for about $20.00c inc. P&P



You supply an E.S.C. of your choice ... A loco ! ... & a battery !!



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 Posted: Sat Mar 24th, 2018 06:02 am
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OK then, just askin'.

Actually, I haven't bought any R.C. equipment in years being satisfied with the old timey stuff I have.
If I was starting now, I would probably go this way especially since a separate E.S.C. and Receiver could be crammed in smaller lokies and wired together.
The only space eater is the battery but they will get smaller also...just give 'em time.
I know that I could use 1 cell jobs and then step up the voltage but I have enough room for "proper" batteries in my larger scale.
Run what you brung...

Woodie-still running 27MHZ



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Okay, my 7.4 Volt Li-Po just showed up in the mail.





As you can see it's a two cell, all nicely put together at the factory.

Now I can get back to converting that Tyco Shifter.




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" Okay, my 7.4v Li-Po just showed up in the mail ...
... As you can see it's a two cell all nicely put together at the factory "



Hi Michael :wave:



What size in MMs is your new 7.4-Volt two-cell battery ?







L:



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Si.

The answer is in the number on the battery.
The standard battery numbering for LiPo cells, is first two digits = Thickness, second two digits = Width. and last two digits = Length.

The battery shown has two cells which are each 6mm Thick, 25mm Wide and 40mm Long.
The first two are sometimes shown (this example) 60 for 6mm, and sometimes 06 for 6mm.

Round cells are Diameter and Length.
Example 18650 cells are 18mm by 65mm and 14430 cells are 14mm by 43mm.

This is handy info when looking up batteries and for matching batteries to specific needs of a model.




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Si,

It's 46 x 26 x 12 mm.

Maybe a tad long, but it'll fit just fine in my tender.



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