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Old Apr 16, 2004, 09:15 PM
Pat
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Re: Curtek Lights - Strobe - Warning and Nav lights for RC

How much does this all cost?
"S.C. Tailor" <myjollypoppers@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> I have recently installed a Curtek lighting system (www.curtek.com) in
> my latest bash, and I would like to share my experience. This heart
> of this system is a small, durable controller board with 3 channels
> with multiple connections for each channel (*continuous current,
> *strobe, and *remotely triggered continuous current). The remotely
> triggered output works by using any channel of your reciever,
> typically the throttle, to activate a continuous current the lighting
> controller. This channel can also be used to activate a micro relay
> to control anything you can image. One perfect application would be
> to hook the retracts to the landing light channel.
>
> In Action: This system is absolutely striking and mesmerizing to
> experience. The 'Learjet Combo' features 9 lights that closely mimic
> the full scale lights of jet airliners. The lights are extremely
> bright and have an obtuse viewing range with extreme visibility toward
> the 60^ of light deflection- except for the very narrow landing lights
> which are like little spot lights. The wiring is tight and the
> connections are very clean and solid.
>
> I recommend the Curtek lighting system to anyone who is interested in
> running lights. The lights can extend visibility in daylight too.
>
> Curtek's weak point is communication and order processing- which
> should improve in time. Emails typically take a few days to be
> answered, and your order may take 4 or more business days to ship. If
> you order from Curtek, expect this and you will not be disapointed.
> The kits are custom made, which takes time, but your order will get
> processed. I will install one of these systems in every kit that I
> build from now on.
>
> S. Tailor