Jeti Telemetry Fuel Flow MFlow2 T and G EX digital flow sensors measure the true fuel flow of gasoline or turbine jet fuel.
The Jeti MFlow2 EX sensor allows you to set your “Low/High Fuel” alarms and gives you accurate reading of fuel consumption. Also allows you to setup remote commands for transmitter wireless value reset. Turbine flow sensor is equipped with Festo 4mm fuel line connectors. Gasoline sensor can be used with Medium 3/32″ (2.4mm), Large 1/8″ (3.2mm) ID fuel tubing.
Through the Duplex 2.4GHz system and either a JetiBox Profi or Jeti Transmitter you can monitor your data and alarm conditions in real time. Make sure that in the Devices folder of your SD card you have a configuration file “MFLOW2.bin”.
Flow Rate: 20 to 800 ml/minute with 2% resolution Operational Voltage: 5V to 8.4V Dimensions: 75mm x 40mm x 30mm Weight: 40g Alarms: Programmable with JetiBox, JetiBox Mini and JetiBox Profi
Main Switch is an electronic primary switch designed for switching of the main power supply (Main Battery) for your RC model. It adds an element of safety when handling the model, without the need to physically disconnection of the main battery pack. The advantage of an electronic switch is that it offers a virtual unlimited On/Off cycles, unlike mechanically operated switches. The Main Switch prevents the connectors from sparking when connecting the batteries, in fact it also replaces Anti-Spark connectors.
The Main Switch 100 and 200 are shipped with a magnetic or R3/RSW receiver/wireless switch. The Main Switch is primarily designed for switching the main battery of the RC model, but can also be used in applications where switching a DC power supply is needed.
If main switch is used with R3/RSW receiver/wireless switch the High Voltage Inline Regulator HVR 1W 9.5-59V must be connected to prevent damage to the R3/RSW due to high voltage input.
The Main Switch comes equipped with complete Jeti telemetry. It measure Voltage, Current, Battery Capacity, and Temperature. Alarms can be set to monitor maximum current, minimum voltage, battery used capacity, and maximum temperature.
Hausmesse 2018 held at Dorf 69, 6342 Niederndorf, Tirol, Austria.
Not all of us have the ability to attend flying events all around the world. However, we can share them here. The Hausmesse 2018 event looks amazing. So many talented pilots flying together and sharing their love for the sport with us. Check out these cool photos and videos from Facebook below.
Our new Magnetic ON/OFF Position Sensor will allow you to trigger events based on the True/False signal sent to your Jeti receiver. This is especially important in applications like gear doors, Up and Go systems for sailplanes, and scale features like opening canopies or gear doors. You will install the magnet on the moving side of your opening and the sensor on the fixed side; allowing you to know when it is closed or open. This signal can then be used in logical switching to prevent accidents from occurring. Imagine a safety lockout that prevents your gear from raising/lowering unless the doors are opened first.
Multiple Position Sensors can be linked in a serial configuration and sent to a single input to signal a True/False condition for a set of doors. A True signal is only achieved when all of the sensors are in agreement.
The 2018 JetPower Event in Donauwörth-Genderkingen is less than 24 hours away. Esprit Model is proudly cheering on Gernot Bruckmann and other fellow pilots as they compete this weekend. Looks like a fun filled weekend is ahead for all of them.
Follow Gernot Bruckmann as he prepares for the Tuscon Aerobatic Shootout!
The Tucson Aerobatic Shootout will be held this year, October 17th – 21nd in Tucson, Arizona. TIMPA is located just outside of Tucson at 3250 N Reservation Rd and gates will be open to the public. Admission for spectating is $5 per person with a maximum of $10 per car. Food vendors will be on site so come by and watch the best pilots from around the world compete for $100,000 in cash and prizes. The best days for spectators is during the freestyle rounds held Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Taken from http://www.tucsonaerobaticshootout.com/
Gernot’s recent Facebook post on September 7, 2018 read: