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Screamy perdida de alarma modelo con respaldo de batería y alarma de bajo voltaje

Screamy perdida de alarma modelo con respaldo de batería y alarma de bajo voltaje

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Si alguna vez has perdido un avión o un quadcopter, sabes lo frustrante que es la búsqueda de la misma. Screamy es como ningún otro modelo de la alarma perdida antes; que tiene una batería de reserva integrada en caso de alimentación principal se pierde y 5 métodos de activación, incluyendo una alarma automáticos de bajo voltaje. Screamy es un seguro inteligente que protege su avión se pierdan.

Dragón Aviónica desarrolló el Screamy sea compacto, ligero y fuerte. Lo más importante es la capacidad para ser activado en situaciones imprevistas prácticamente todos su embarcación RC puede experimentar. El pequeño tamaño de una moneda de alarma se integra fácilmente en la mayoría de los sistemas, incluso los pequeños 250 corredores. La primera línea de defensa es la detección automática de alarma de bajo voltaje que le permite saber cuándo es el momento de aterrizar, Segundo está disparando a través de un conmutador de canal RC adicional. En tercer lugar, si el Screamy pierde la señal PWM / PPM / Sbus, se disparará por ejemplo, un accidente en el que se desconecta la alimentación principal hará que se desencadenan. En cuarto lugar, un contador de tiempo de una hora comenzará a sonar incluso si no hay otra condición se activa. La principal característica que define el Screamy aparte es su reserva de la batería, dejando que gritar distancia de hasta 3 días en el evento que está desconectada / expulsado de la aeronave.

El Screamy es una, y compacto modelo de alarma perdida repleto de funciones inteligentes que es un seguro inteligente para su modelo.

caracteristicas:
• 5 modos de disparo
• Construido en la detección automática de alarma de bajo voltaje
• Batería de reserva hasta 3 días
• peso ligero compacto
• PWM / PPM / SBUS compatibles
• resisstant Crash
• Fuente abierta

Compatibilidad:
DJI Phantom
3DR Iris
Cualquier ArduPilot (APM) quadcopter o avión
R general / C Aviones

Métodos de disparo:
Apagar el transmisor portátil
cambio de canal RC
Conexión a tierra del pin GPIO
voltaje de la batería baja del sistema (detecta automáticamente el tamaño de la batería)
Temporizador (configurado de fábrica a una hora, configurable por el usuario a través de la reprogramación

Especificaciones:
Rango: Audible a 1/8 de milla (200 metros / 660 pies!)
Pesa: 9 gramos
Tamaño: 1 "x 1" x 3/8 "!
alarma voluntad durante 3 días (de bien conectados al sistema RC): Batería de resistencia
pruebas ambientales pasado

descargas:
Hoja de datos: http://www.dragonavionics.com/wp-content/uploads/ScreamyDatasheet.pdf
El código fuente: https://bitbucket.org/rabboni/screamy
Más información en www.dragonavionics.com/products/screamy

  • SKU (Número de Referencia) 9171000750-0
  • Brand -
  • Capacidad ( mAh ) 0.00
  • Peso 15.0000
  • Longitud 45.00
  • Packaging Width 30.00
  • Altura 45.00
  • Dragon Avionics Screamy Alarm System
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Works as advertised. 5 day beep time, works on its own power, on board charger that tops itself off from the models power. Cheap insurance against losing a model.

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Works as advertised. 5 day beep time, works on its own power, on board charger that tops itself off from the models power. Cheap insurance against losing a model.

It only has a little microwave oven beeper in it. Use that as a reference to the sound it makes, not loud at all. However that is useful in tall grass if you are nearby (20feet max I'd say) and you'll be glad you have it. It has a has nice set of functions and contains it's own battery so it can beep all on it's own in case of a horrible crash.

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It only has a little microwave oven beeper in it. Use that as a reference to the sound it makes, not loud at all. However that is useful in tall grass if you are nearby (20feet max I'd say) and you'll be glad you have it. It has a has nice set of functions and contains it's own battery so it can beep all on it's own in case of a horrible crash.

My Screamy just arrived in the post and is not loud. I can hear it from about 20 meters away if the wind is not blowing. Great idea but so far not well executed.

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My Screamy just arrived in the post and is not loud. I can hear it from about 20 meters away if the wind is not blowing. Great idea but so far not well executed.

8-5-15: I purchased one Screamy based on the "Daily Video" by Hobby King's Cris. The device is, as one customer said, "better than nothing". However, printed specifications for hearing the Screamy's alarm are dead wrong. At a normal-to-quiet flying field, when the only noise is the wind, birds, and insects, the Screamy can ONLY be heard from 50' to 100' away. And, I'm talking about the device being surface-mounted on the aircraft, AND with the transducer not muffled by grass or weeds, AND with the transducer "pointed" at me. That being said, our club field in DuPage County, Illinois, is SO OVERGROWN with thorns and heavy brush, that even this weak noisemaker is better than walking right past something that's within a stone's throw. So, it's not loud at all, but the basic concept of an internal battery is good. Better luck next time.




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8-5-15: I purchased one Screamy based on the "Daily Video" by Hobby King's Cris. The device is, as one customer said, "better than nothing". However, printed specifications for hearing the Screamy's alarm are dead wrong. At a normal-to-quiet flying field, when the only noise is the wind, birds, and insects, the Screamy can ONLY be heard from 50' to 100' away. And, I'm talking about the device being surface-mounted on the aircraft, AND with the transducer not muffled by grass or weeds, AND with the transducer "pointed" at me. That being said, our club field in DuPage County, Illinois, is SO OVERGROWN with thorns and heavy brush, that even this weak noisemaker is better than walking right past something that's within a stone's throw. So, it's not loud at all, but the basic concept of an internal battery is good. Better luck next time.




For FPV I felt that this was a critical piece of insurance. I have spent many hours in the field over the past couple of years looking for my plane or a buddy's plane.

We have tried the regular alarms, but when the battery gets ejected, you lose all alarms and video and gps. The concept of having an alarm with a built in battery thrilled me.

They claim 600 ft or 200 meter range of hearing this. This is impossible. The beeper on this is weak. If a stronger beeper was installed, I would give this the highest rating. However, my guess in the real world, the range that you would hear this is 50 yards/meters. In the real world of corn fields, trees, grasses and other obstructions you will need to be pretty close to hear it. However it is better than nothing. Hobby king used to sell a lost model alarm that was much louder, but I can no longer find it on their site.

For now, I will be using 2 lost model alarms, one of the older loud ones and the scream.

I purchased 3 and I will be trying the low voltage buzzer modification on one.

This is a shame as this would be something that I would recommend for all FPV fliers. Losing a plane in a field or the woods is costly. Adding a louder beeper would make all the difference in this product.

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For FPV I felt that this was a critical piece of insurance. I have spent many hours in the field over the past couple of years looking for my plane or a buddy's plane.

We have tried the regular alarms, but when the battery gets ejected, you lose all alarms and video and gps. The concept of having an alarm with a built in battery thrilled me.

They claim 600 ft or 200 meter range of hearing this. This is impossible. The beeper on this is weak. If a stronger beeper was installed, I would give this the highest rating. However, my guess in the real world, the range that you would hear this is 50 yards/meters. In the real world of corn fields, trees, grasses and other obstructions you will need to be pretty close to hear it. However it is better than nothing. Hobby king used to sell a lost model alarm that was much louder, but I can no longer find it on their site.

For now, I will be using 2 lost model alarms, one of the older loud ones and the scream.

I purchased 3 and I will be trying the low voltage buzzer modification on one.

This is a shame as this would be something that I would recommend for all FPV fliers. Losing a plane in a field or the woods is costly. Adding a louder beeper would make all the difference in this product.

It is not a "screamy"! Very quiet sound. It is quieter than a buzzer which was sold with my flight controller. I'm totally disappointed.

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It is not a "screamy"! Very quiet sound. It is quieter than a buzzer which was sold with my flight controller. I'm totally disappointed.

Same here.... bought the alarm when it first put on sale. Unfortunately, it fails my expectation of hearing it even at 3 meter in the grass. What gives Hobbyking? 200 feet? Come on man... this is misleading...

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Same here.... bought the alarm when it first put on sale. Unfortunately, it fails my expectation of hearing it even at 3 meter in the grass. What gives Hobbyking? 200 feet? Come on man... this is misleading...

I agree with all the reviewers...I can't hear 'screamy' in the next room! You'll never hear this outside. I had to turn the volume way up on the video to even hear it. I can't believe he would claim it is loud enough to be heard 1/8 mile away with a straight face. Not very credible. Don't waste your money.

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I agree with all the reviewers...I can't hear 'screamy' in the next room! You'll never hear this outside. I had to turn the volume way up on the video to even hear it. I can't believe he would claim it is loud enough to be heard 1/8 mile away with a straight face. Not very credible. Don't waste your money.

Good idea poorly executed - the alarm sound is very weedy ! - I doubt it could be heard more than 20metres max in a very quiet environment, less in normal situations.
Such a disappointment...

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Good idea poorly executed - the alarm sound is very weedy ! - I doubt it could be heard more than 20metres max in a very quiet environment, less in normal situations.
Such a disappointment...

Screamy? Woot? The beeper is quieter than a normal piezo beeper (which you usually attach to FC). It's like a beep from pocket calculator.

VERY misleading.

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Screamy? Woot? The beeper is quieter than a normal piezo beeper (which you usually attach to FC). It's like a beep from pocket calculator.

VERY misleading.

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