Simplify your next nitro powered model setup with our Linear BEC and Glow Driver 2 in 1 unit. This handy unit combines an onboard glow plug driver with a linear BEC to run your servos. Just one battery to handle the entire model. A small LED indicator board gives a series of warnings or displays what settings have been chosen, as well as the button to manually activate the onboard glow driver and doubles as your on/off switch. The onboard glow driver can also be remotely activated through your transmitter. When using it on a 3 position switch, you can select off, full power for startup, or half power which is great to make sure the plug stays lit as you come in to land and the engine is at idle. Running at half power also conserves battery and prolongs the glow plug's life.
For the Linear BEC portion, you can select between 5.9V output or 7.2V regulated output to get the most out of your high voltage servos. This regulated BEC can handle a constant current up to 5 amps, with burst current going as high as 20 amps. A low voltage warning on the LED board will alert you if the input voltage starts to get too low.
If you like clean installations and simplicity, check out our Linear BEC and Glow Driver 2-in-1. Less wires, and less batteries to charge make your life, and airplane or heli much simpler.
• Linear BEC and glow driver in 1 convenient unit
• Programmable BEC output voltage 5.9 V or 7.2 V
• Regulated BEC handles 5 amps continuous, or up to 20amps burst current
• Control the glow driver manually or by remote
• Can detect if glow plug is not working correctly
• Time out, short circuit, low voltage and overheat protection
• Low voltage alarm
Input Voltage: 7.4V (2S LiPoly)
Output Voltage: 5.9 or 7.2V
Constant Current: 5A
Burst Current: 20A (10 Sec)
Input Connector: JST
*Note: Instructions are located in the files tab below.
This BEC/Glow driver works well, Would be perfect for starting a helicopter or plane with a motor that runs well at idle. It does work in the function of half glow for mid throttle and full glow for low throttle, however there is a beeper on my unit that beeps at half power and has a constant tone at low throttle. This beeper is loud (annoying when you want to run a motor at idle)If anyone knows how to turn off the beeper without opening up the unit - please advise.???????? ??????????! ??? ????? ?? ?????? ? ???
Perfect devise. Here is a video
https://youtu.be/05wgmkdAUfgPerfect product, no more problems with motor stop at low rpms and easy too install
and operate from radio.
Great for the price