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Turnigy Electrical Switch with Battery Protection

Turnigy Electrical Switch with Battery Protection

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The Turnigy Electrical Switch is a rugged solid state switch that has no contacts to fail like traditional mechanical switches. It can work on 4~8 NiMh/NiCD cells or a 2S 7.4V Lipoly battery. It features a Lipo mode which offers low voltage protection to the battery should the pack dip below 6.0V. A LED voltage indicator gives you at a glance status of your receiver so you always know how much of your pack is left. The plastic case has two tabs molded in allow you to mount it easily to your airframe for nice clean installations.

Features:
• Momentary on/off switch
• Screw mounting tabs
• Connectors work with JR/Futaba type servo plugs
• LED voltage indicator
• Lipo mode has voltage cutoff to protect lipoly batteries from over-discharge

Specs:
Input Voltage: 4.8~10V (2S Lipoly, or 4~8 cell NiMh/NiCD)
Continuous Current: 8A
Max Burst Current: 14A (10 sec)
Size: 43x33x9mm
Weight: 9g
Connectors: Futaba (Works with JR)

  • SKU 9070000045-0
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Kapacita ( mAh ) -
  • Hmotnost 20.0000
  • Délka 40.00
  • Packaging Width 10.00
  • Výška 20.00
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FAIL! I test ran this over the weekend and it hit cutoff (or should have) about 2-3 days prior to this review... so it should have been on cutoff for about 2-3 days. I came back Monday to check it and the brand new batteries (2s) are down to 4.5v, or 2.25v/cell. The Lipo cutoff light was still illuminated and I do believe it cut output power at the failsafe voltage. Apparently there is still enough quiescent power continuing to draw from the batteries. This simply does not do what it is advertised to do, and that is very frustrating since now I have to keep looking for a solution!... and in this case, this is work not play, so it actually matters :(

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FAIL! I test ran this over the weekend and it hit cutoff (or should have) about 2-3 days prior to this review... so it should have been on cutoff for about 2-3 days. I came back Monday to check it and the brand new batteries (2s) are down to 4.5v, or 2.25v/cell. The Lipo cutoff light was still illuminated and I do believe it cut output power at the failsafe voltage. Apparently there is still enough quiescent power continuing to draw from the batteries. This simply does not do what it is advertised to do, and that is very frustrating since now I have to keep looking for a solution!... and in this case, this is work not play, so it actually matters :(

funciona perfectamente

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funciona perfectamente

I TRY TO USE IN MI AVISTAR, BUT IT DOES NOT LIGTH THE LED INDICATING CHARGE, USING 4.8 NIMH BATTERIES, DOES NOT LIKE ME

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I TRY TO USE IN MI AVISTAR, BUT IT DOES NOT LIGTH THE LED INDICATING CHARGE, USING 4.8 NIMH BATTERIES, DOES NOT LIKE ME

Its not good for Nixx 4.8V battery. The LED lowest value of 5 LEDs is 5.5v. The instruction says that the lowest input voltage is 5.0V and the specs above says 4.8V. My advise is, use only lipo! It does work with lipo but useless with nixx battery. My almost fully charge 4.8V battery shows no lightning LEDs because voltage is under 5.5V. What happends when the safety circuit cuts off the current.

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Its not good for Nixx 4.8V battery. The LED lowest value of 5 LEDs is 5.5v. The instruction says that the lowest input voltage is 5.0V and the specs above says 4.8V. My advise is, use only lipo! It does work with lipo but useless with nixx battery. My almost fully charge 4.8V battery shows no lightning LEDs because voltage is under 5.5V. What happends when the safety circuit cuts off the current.

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