La meilleure façon de mettre escamote dans votre avion. Pas besoin d'installer un boîtier de commande, câblage désordre ou d'un système d'air compliqué. Vissez dans les escamote, se connecter à votre Rx et vous êtes prêt!
servo-mécanisme fiable avec engrenages en métal et un moteur à couple élevé assure le vol sans problème!
Pourquoi se préoccuper de systèmes d'air quand vous pouvez maintenant avoir une unité électrique réaliste et fiable à une fraction du prix ?!
* 3 secondes sur la protection actuelle et le brouillage
* Comprend Raccords de direction
* Circuit intelligent maintient l'unité rétractée même si vous connectez le pouvoir
* Seul le signal de l'émetteur peut prolonger ou rentrer le train
* Essieux et fil d'acier Leg est inclus
Tension de fonctionnement: 4.8 ~ 7.2V
Courant de fonctionnement: 0,7 ~ 2.0A (3 secondes sur la protection actuelle)
Rentrez Chargement: 180g
Wire Leg: 5mm
Mont Espacement des trous: 25.5mm x35mm
Rentrez Mont Plate Dimension: 44.5mm x 38mm
Rentrez Profondeur: 25mm
Rentrez Longueur: 78mm
Longueur totale: 250mm (Retirée)
Longueur de la jambe: 195mm
Ne convient pas pour un avion plus lourd que 3,5 kg
Nice robust unit that works smoothly and reliably. Just bear in mind that although they are sold as rotating mains or steering (nose wheel) as well as regular mains, the parts for rotating are not included and the suggested system using wires to make a steerable nose wheel doesn't work. Using steering wires as shown in the instructions (?) allows the leg to rotate during retraction resulting in the coil or brass steering lugs contacting the body and jamming the unit solid . Ideal as simple mains, and the overload cut out works perfectly as I've discovered whilst trying to set up the steering system. Sorry only three stars overall because of the issues mentioned above. No probs at all as a normal main retract though.Hii everbody.
This item come as 1 pair or 1 pcs?
Can I use thim retracts on my p-51 46 size?
Thank youHere's the update to my two comments already made. I discovered that I can't use this unit as a nose gear to my satisfaction. The coil on the strut can only be retracted sideways, which in turn makes the wheel sideways. I can cut off the coil and use a straight wire, or, put the coil further down on the strut to clear the mechanism. The unit is obviously designed as a rotating landing gear for the wings of warbirds.Sorry, I forgot, it's five stars from what I can see. I ran it on the bench multiple times, stalled it to test it also, and all works perfectly. I'm matching this with two of the main electrics from Hobby King which I also have in a Great Planes AT-6 and a Hangar 9 Spitfire which both work flawlessly after a couple dozen flights.
Word of caution, be sure to check that you have channel five active and the correct switch selected on your transmitter. I forgot and the retract just kept cycling without any switch input at all! Embarrassing!I received mine yesterday. It works well, slow, steady cycle. The unit comes mounted on a card encased in plastic. In between the folds of the card is a picture instruction sheet. It shows how to use the unit fixed, as a rotator, or as a steerable nose gear, which is the use I intend. You can just about see it in the picture, but there is a brass collar just in front of the coil on the strut. The brass fittings go on either or both sides of the collar to attach one pushrod or two cables for steering. The only issue I see is that the coil on the strut is reversed for my purpose although I haven't installed it yet, so I'm not sure if it rotates flat when the wheel is retracted turning the coil sideways like in the picture. That may be the design, but I'll have to use a very small wheel to fit the nosegear bay of my plane to retract it sideways! Strut, axle, and hardware are VERY robust.