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Planeador Alerón Servoless (lado derecho)

Planeador Alerón Servoless (lado derecho)

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Estos alerones son un sueño hecho realidad para aquellos que buscan una fácil instalación y puesta en marcha del sistema alerón para los planeadores de mayor escala.

Son spoilers de acción de tijera de un solo lado al igual que las versiones a escala real.
Estos sistemas se adaptan al ras de la superficie de las alas cuando está cerrada y abierta de forma proporcional a su altura completamente desplegado.

La longitud de trabajo 'hoja' es de 255 mm y 20 mm se coloca encima de la piel ala totalmente desplegado.

caracteristicas:
• Construcción de la aleación
• La acción de tijera Escala
• Plug and Play de la electrónica
• finales de carrera de apertura y cierre

Especulación:
Voltaje: 5-6V
Longitud total: 300 mm
Profundidad de montaje: 10 mm
Desplegado altura: 20 mm
Enchufe: JR Estilo
Peso: 40 g

Nota: Esta es una mano derecha (estribor) solamente Spoiler

  • SKU (Número de Referencia) 225000009
  • Brand -
  • Capacidad ( mAh ) -
  • Peso 50.0000
  • Longitud 300.00
  • Ancho 10.00
  • Altura 10.00
  • Glider Spoiler Servoless
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A must if into gliders better than flaps or use in conjunction with flaps cheaper to buy individually rather than a pair

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A must if into gliders better than flaps or use in conjunction with flaps cheaper to buy individually rather than a pair

I ordered a left & a right e-spoiler. The right one works as advertised. The left one was all sorts of screwed up, glitchy & obviously defective. Let's talk about the one that did work though. I noticed the HK e-spoiler only requires a very small range of stick movement to go from 0 to 100pcnt deployed. This means you don't get much resolution. Unlike other e-spoilers these are setup so you can't bottom-out the endpoints & fry the motor. They just stop once they reach either end of the travel. That's actually pretty nice. There is a LOT of slop in the mechanical linkages between the motor & the blade once it's deployed. That is not so good. Thankfully theyre pretty solid when retracted so I expect the blade wouldnt tend to get sucked up when in flight. I think these would work great for a budget foamy sailplane but I wouldnt recommend you install these in a $1000 composite ship.

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I ordered a left & a right e-spoiler. The right one works as advertised. The left one was all sorts of screwed up, glitchy & obviously defective. Let's talk about the one that did work though. I noticed the HK e-spoiler only requires a very small range of stick movement to go from 0 to 100pcnt deployed. This means you don't get much resolution. Unlike other e-spoilers these are setup so you can't bottom-out the endpoints & fry the motor. They just stop once they reach either end of the travel. That's actually pretty nice. There is a LOT of slop in the mechanical linkages between the motor & the blade once it's deployed. That is not so good. Thankfully theyre pretty solid when retracted so I expect the blade wouldnt tend to get sucked up when in flight. I think these would work great for a budget foamy sailplane but I wouldnt recommend you install these in a $1000 composite ship.

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