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Current Sensor M-link (150A)
Without electricity, no fun" - so obtaining information about currents in the model is vital
here the current sensors are used These actually have two functions:.
A - The measurement of the actual flowing currents, the drive, recipient or ECU battery (in jets). Interestingly, for example, to optimize the drive (how much power draws my drive with which the propeller) and to avoid overload situations. With the basic settings of the model example suggest blocking streams on incorrectly set servo travels back.
B -. The indication of the residual amount, virtually the "fuel gauge" for the battery is precisely the use of modern high-performance LiPo batteries (eg Li-BATT FX) the remaining charge indication is actually since these batteries last indispensable the voltage in operation for a long time almost unchanged, then "break" within seconds. Thus, the dependent of the voltage monitoring as Des receiver battery is no longer sufficient. Also timers can only offer approximate guide.
The sensor is connected between battery and consumers, on the solder surfaces suitable high-current connectors are soldered (at # 8 5404) or cable (at # 8 5404 or # 8 5405). The sensors are connected to telemetry capable receiver or within the MSB connected to another sensor. With its basic function "output of actual current flowing in A", the sensor can be used immediately, for example, to measure the current of the electric drive.
After activation of the charge counter using the RESET button on the top of the flow sensor to fly in the future no longer on the timer, but after the actual residual charge in the flight battery. The current sensor is that your electronic fuel gauge!
Protect. Your batteries from overdischarge and bend so that a shortened life before
|Continuous current:||Max. 150 A|
|Dimensions L x W x H approx .:||42.0 x 32.0 x 19.0 mm|
|Weight:||approx 20 g|