|Dec 04, 2005, 12:14 AM|
Eflite Power meter any good?
Just wondering if anyone is using them with success, figure I should checking amp draw and stuff with different prop and gear combos. Was wondering if anything is out there that may be better for the moula
|Dec 05, 2005, 04:38 AM|
The biggest drawback of this one is only one parameter displayed at a time. Just about all the others (Astro Flight WhattMeter, Medusa Power Analyzers, RC Electronics Watt's Up, to name a few) show four at a time (and rotate the display to show the rest). OTOH, if you have a hard time with small displays, the E-Flite unit might be just the ticket - the displayed characters are BIG compared to all the others. That's its only advantage so far as I can tell, though.
And then there's the Hyperion Emeter - a different sort of animal with tremendous capabilities because of the built-in tachometer.
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