Lipoly Single cell voltage booster for Receivers and servos.
This little unit plugs into your single cell lipoly and will boost the voltage to 5V, allowing you to run a receiver on a single cell lipo!
Why would you want to do this? Less weight of course!
This little voltage booster weighs just 2.9g with wire and plug and full length pins. It is built on a flexible PCB (the same type used in your mobile phone to control the screen) so it's very light, flexible and thin. Removing the wires and plug plus cutting the pins down will reduce weight by a further .6g!Operating Voltage : 3.2V - 4.2VOperating Current : 1AMax operating Current : 1.5AWeight: 2.9gWarning! Pay attention to the polarity of plugs and never use more than one single lipo cell to power the voltage booster.
buena opcion para el dlg, minimo peso, compre dos de estos y funcionan perfectamenteWorks well and suited my needs. very tiny and it is flexible.
HobbyKing shipped fast and was packaged well with my other items.
Thanks :)I have installed one in the mini-DLG and combined with a Turnigy 1s Nanotech 600mah battery in puts the C of G in exactly the right place . The 5 volt output supplies an Orange receiver without case and 3 servos . I agree that the PCB board is thin but it is strong enough for the job . Excellent little device.Sehr praktisch um aus 1s Lipo 5v zu machen ich verwende es in einem DLG-Segler und es funktioniert superThese are very nice, small voltage boosters. I have had one that needs to be soldered onto the positive and negative lead of the esc and the other where it just plugs into the esc.looks good quality. i hope to use this when indoor season startsI purchased this Booster to use in a small DLG it is simple and simply works. It helped me keep the weight down and performance up. Very satisfied with the results.works good but on the thin side a little brittleGuter Step-up Volatge Booster ideal um Reciver auch nur mit einer Lipo Zelle zu VersorgenMAKE NOTE this circuit board is flexible.
Fist flight using this did a face plant and popped a circuit tracer right off the board (the one right by the power where the transister is soldered to the board). Managed to scrap it an poke a hole for the solder to stick and it worked.
Great product, works as expected, used it many many times now and no problems since.