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Lumifly Lighting system FAA Configurable

Lumifly Lighting system FAA Configurable

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The lumifly FAA Configurable lighting system comes with a red, green and strobe ultra bright LEDs. Strobe and LEDs can be switched, removed or daisy chained with other units to create any number of lighting configurations.
The Lumifly system is powered by your receivers servo port (any channel) and can operate in parallel with an existing servo, so you wont be needing a spare channel, and with a voltage range of 3.5 ~ 10v you can be sure it will work with almost any receiver.
LED wires can be extended with any JR style servo lead extention to suit any plane size.


 

  • SKU Lumifly-1
  • Brand HobbyKing
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 30.0000
  • Length 207.00
  • Width 9.00
  • Height 110.00
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Koupil jsem to na zkouku,a pouil v letadle Thunderbolt. -Eflite. Vele doporuuji Petr

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Koupil jsem to na zkouku,a pouil v letadle Thunderbolt. -Eflite. Vele doporuuji Petr

The lights are bright. Not bright enough to fly during the day. Too small led's and only 3 lights. Both blink at same time, unfortunately do not blink like the real strobes.

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The lights are bright. Not bright enough to fly during the day. Too small led's and only 3 lights. Both blink at same time, unfortunately do not blink like the real strobes.

nice and bright, i put them on a Bixler. the length of the wires was long enough to go 3/4 of the way down the wings and 3/4 of the way back to the tail. i put the white flasher inside the fuse and it is so bright it lights up the entire rear of the fuse. good bargain.
the set-up was also as easy as could be, just plug into the batt port and any other channel with a switch on your t/x and your done. i've flown this plane at night a dozen or so times now and the lights are easy to see from quite a long distance off.

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nice and bright, i put them on a Bixler. the length of the wires was long enough to go 3/4 of the way down the wings and 3/4 of the way back to the tail. i put the white flasher inside the fuse and it is so bright it lights up the entire rear of the fuse. good bargain.
the set-up was also as easy as could be, just plug into the batt port and any other channel with a switch on your t/x and your done. i've flown this plane at night a dozen or so times now and the lights are easy to see from quite a long distance off.

Received in good condition.

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Received in good condition.

Very good value for price.

In my case, the red light was a tad darker than the other led's.

But nevertheless it was a good buy.

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Very good value for price.

In my case, the red light was a tad darker than the other led's.

But nevertheless it was a good buy.

The nice jewel for my WWII fighters 400g. Powered from a receiver slot. An one disadvantage only - white LED has strobe mode only. The correct mode is solid light for WWII!

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The nice jewel for my WWII fighters 400g. Powered from a receiver slot. An one disadvantage only - white LED has strobe mode only. The correct mode is solid light for WWII!

I've been using the Lumifly system for over a year and it has proven reliable. The LEDs are somewhat directional but remarkably bright. It's small and the weight is negligible, the lead lengths of mine are ideal for aircraft up to 35" but can be easily extended. The setup is easy, just plug it in. The jumper changes the setting: the white LED can be set for constant operation or strobe every second. I employed this lighting system with a 72Mhz radio system and added a small toroid choke near the light control module's outputs, winding each light wire through and around the toroid once to minimize some small twitching I had when the wires were near the receiver, and I've never had an issue again even when flying about one kilometer away. I do recommend this lighting system.

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I've been using the Lumifly system for over a year and it has proven reliable. The LEDs are somewhat directional but remarkably bright. It's small and the weight is negligible, the lead lengths of mine are ideal for aircraft up to 35" but can be easily extended. The setup is easy, just plug it in. The jumper changes the setting: the white LED can be set for constant operation or strobe every second. I employed this lighting system with a 72Mhz radio system and added a small toroid choke near the light control module's outputs, winding each light wire through and around the toroid once to minimize some small twitching I had when the wires were near the receiver, and I've never had an issue again even when flying about one kilometer away. I do recommend this lighting system.

I've been using the Lumifly system for over a year and it has proven reliable. The LEDs are somewhat directional but remarkably bright. It's small and the weight is negligible, the lead lengths are ideal for 64mm EDFs. The setup is easy, just plug it in. The jumper changes the setting: the white LED can be set for constant operation or strobe every second. I employed this lighting system with a 72Mhz radio system and added a small toroid choke near the light control module's outputs, winding each light wire through and around the toroid once to minimize some small twitching I had when the wires were near the receiver, and I've never had an issue again even when flying about one kilometer away. I do recommend this lighting system.

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I've been using the Lumifly system for over a year and it has proven reliable. The LEDs are somewhat directional but remarkably bright. It's small and the weight is negligible, the lead lengths are ideal for 64mm EDFs. The setup is easy, just plug it in. The jumper changes the setting: the white LED can be set for constant operation or strobe every second. I employed this lighting system with a 72Mhz radio system and added a small toroid choke near the light control module's outputs, winding each light wire through and around the toroid once to minimize some small twitching I had when the wires were near the receiver, and I've never had an issue again even when flying about one kilometer away. I do recommend this lighting system.

prefer this over strip of LEDs.

this white LED blinks bright!!!

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prefer this over strip of LEDs.

this white LED blinks bright!!!

Leds could be abit brighter, other than that exelent product

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Leds could be abit brighter, other than that exelent product

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