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Old Mar 14, 2011, 01:40 PM
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New Product
RC Lost Model Alarm (Finder/Tracker) for Plane/Glider/Helicopter

Features

* With this device, you can locate or find your lost plane/helicopter easily
* Within the effective range for that tracker can over 50M
* Simply turn off your TX, the tracer will start to scream ( just like the engines sound from the real airplane)
* Follow the lead and you can find your beloved plane

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Specification

* Weight: app. 4.7g
* Operating Voltage : 4-6 volts DC
* Low Current consumption : < 35 mA (1 mA at standby mode)
* Alert Level : 85dB
* Can be heard in 50 meter distance
* Suitable Controller: AM/FM PPM, FM/PCM

Operation

* Connect the lost alarm between the servo (the one which runs when flying) and the receiver, i.e. act as a servo extension cord
* Turn on your transmitter
* Turn on your receiver then you will hear two beep sound
* To test if it is functioning:
o Do not move any of the control stick on the transmitter for 1 min. or simply turn it off
o You will hear a continuous beep sound after 1 minute
* If you cannot find you plane, do not move the control stick or turn off your transmitter for 1 min for the alarm sound
* By the tracking sound, you will be able to locate your RC plane / Helicopter
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Old Apr 04, 2011, 12:32 PM
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I am a bit confused. Your information above says it only works with FM/PCM systems which I presume are on 72 MHz

However in the video you demonstrate this with a Futaba radio that looks like it has a 2.4 GHz antenna.

Does this work with 2.4 GHz systems?
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Old Apr 04, 2011, 01:48 PM
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I am a bit confused. Your information above says it only works with FM/PCM systems which I presume are on 72 MHz

However in the video you demonstrate this with a Futaba radio that looks like it has a 2.4 GHz antenna.

Does this work with 2.4 GHz systems?
We tried it on both 2.4Ghz and FM systems, both worked. Factory changes the specification from time to time without notice.
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