R/C Nav Lights and LED Controllers...

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tomapowa

R/C Nav Lights and LED Controllers...

Post by tomapowa »

Hey Guys!,
Not sure how many know this (being new to the group and all) but I design and sell custom R/C electronics...
The main products I sell are R/C controlled Navigation Lights for R/C models... I sell two different LED controllers, along with accessories such as LEDs, wire, lens, etc... basically everything you'll need to add some real scale-looking lights to your R/C model. 90% of my orders are amazingly overseas... these folks are REALLY into gadgets if you already do not know. Most of my customers use these controllers on R/C Helicopters, and most customers participate in big scale meets in Europe. My webpage is at http://www.diyrc.com, while my webstore is at http://shop.diyrc.com

Two gadgets I sell are the Mini-Flash and Mini-Beacon LED Controllers. They both are controlled (on/off) using a spare receiver channel and either a knob, switch, slider, etc... on your transmitter. The Mini-Flash is a 4-channel, PC-programmable LED sequencer... allowing you to program almost any imaginable flash pattern, while also allowing you to control (on/off) either of the 4 channels using your R/C gear. The Mini-Beacon is a single output controller that mimics a rotating strobe beacon (like that of a lighthouse)... and the user can choose 1 of 12 possible patterns using a simple jumper on the control board. The links below should bring you to the two controllers:

CLICK HERE FOR MORE MINI-FLASH LED CONTROLLER INFO
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CLICK HERE FOR MORE MINI-BEACON LED CONTROLLER INFO
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If you also happen to have an interesting R/C electronic gadget idea, or simply need help with soldering, wiring, etc... please let me know, I'll see what I can do to help.
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Re: R/C Nav Lights and LED Controllers...

Post by chistech »

Hi Tom,
Can you convert an old Kraft single stick radio to spektrum 2.4? Didn't you use to repair Kraft radios at one time. I have a series 74 that's in pretty good shape with batteries that hold charge. Let me know if you can and what the cost would be.

Thanks, Ted
Ted Brito
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