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Posted by ebolton92 | Jul 25, 2017 @ 09:40 PM | 1,816 Views
Just freed up my inbox, looks like I missed alot of messages.

LIGHT KITS ARE STILL AVAILABLE
(Currently adding more options to the line up)

Coming Soon

Nano Basic -
3 leds, always on
(solid red, solid greed, solid white tail)

Universal Small-
7 leds, choice of always on or rx control
(2 landig lights, solid red, solid green, 2 white strobes,
dual function tail light solid/strobe)

Universal Large-
(Same as universal small but longer wires)

UFO-
9 leds, always on or rx controlled
( assorted red, green, blue, yellow, that flashes
in a random pattern)

Warbird Machine Gun-
6-8 orange leds, rx controlled user selectable rounds
per minute


If you have any questions please dont hesitate to ask.

Link to my blog
https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/member.php?u=428601
Posted by ebolton92 | Dec 05, 2016 @ 01:03 AM | 2,855 Views
Any interest in a 1S series charging board?

With this board you have the ability to chose how many batteries you would like to charge, from 1 all the way up to 6, 1s lipos all at the same time. No matter how many batteries you decide to charge every battery gets fully charged (unlike parallel charging) due to the balance lead. Essentially what happens is you are making one higher voltage pack when you connect the batteries to the board.

To charge you insert the number of batteries you want to charge, for example lets say you want to charge 3, 150mAh lipos.
So you plug the batteries in slots 1,2,and 3, then move the shunt to #3.
You then plug the balance lead into the charger and finally plug the 4mm bullet connectors into the charger. Set your charger to balance mode (MUST USE BALANCE MODE EVERY TIME UNLESS YOU ARE CHARGING ONLY 1 BATTERY). If your charger auto detects the number of cells in the lipo pack it should have detected 3, otherwise manually set the charger to 3s, then set the charge current to 150mA (1C charge rate). The batteries will begin charging and balance every cell to full charge.
(max charge current is 1A)

This board is designed for 1s lipos with the Molex picoblade connector, I can also make custom boards for jst connectors, losi connectors, micro deans, and many others.

Price is not final but im hoping it will be somewhere in the $12 range.

PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT TO LET ME KNOW YOUR THOUGHTS.
Posted by ebolton92 | Oct 21, 2016 @ 01:50 PM | 3,311 Views
Six more light kits going out today, and only 1 kit left until the next batch.
Posted by ebolton92 | Oct 08, 2016 @ 10:32 PM | 3,591 Views
I just want to give a huge shout out to everyone who has ordered a light kit from me.

I never expected there to be so much interest in them!!! Thank you all.

For those that currently have an order placed we are working as fast as possible to get them out to you.

Again thank you!!
Posted by ebolton92 | Oct 05, 2016 @ 12:43 PM | 3,904 Views
The Night Champ kit contains 6 leds and is always on (no rx control). The kit plugs into and receives its power from the ch5/xport on the all in one board.

Kit contains

1 white landing light
1 red navigation light
1 green navigation light
2 white strobe lights
1 multifunction tail light (comes on solid but also strobes)

$22 + S/H

Here are some photos of a similar light kit on my umx j3 cub.
Posted by ebolton92 | Sep 26, 2016 @ 11:52 PM | 10,017 Views
1s umx light kits are now available!!

This kit plugs into and is powered from the gear/ch5 on the brick.
There is no rx controlled on/off operation (LIGHTS ARE ALWAYS ON).

The kit has
1 white landing light
1 green light
1 red light
2 strobe lights
1 dual function tail light

Price is $22 + S/H


Please message me here to place an order as I do not currently have a website.

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Posted by ebolton92 | Sep 14, 2016 @ 03:56 PM | 4,173 Views
Engineer PA-09

Has anyone used these crimpers??
What are your thoughts?

Thanks
Posted by ebolton92 | Sep 13, 2016 @ 03:56 PM | 3,718 Views
Just received a notification that the navigation light PCBs have been shipped from the manufacturer!!!

Get ready, stock wont last long.

To place and order please PM me as I dont currently have a website

Thank you!
Posted by ebolton92 | Sep 02, 2016 @ 12:34 PM | 3,952 Views
All packed up and ready to go!

Get yours today before they are gone.
Posted by ebolton92 | Aug 30, 2016 @ 09:56 PM | 5,378 Views
Here is my new navigation light kit, this kit was designed/developed and assembled by myself.

The light controller was designed for 2s lipo UMX size planes so the footprint of the circuit board is small (.65 x .775 inches, pictured on a quarter) in order to keep weight to a minimum.

The kit has 7 leds:
1 solid red navigation light
1 solid green navigation light
2 white strobe lights
2 white landing lights
1 dual function tail light that comes on solid but also strobes with the other strobe lights

The unit plugs directly into the xport/gear(5) channel on the "brick" (4pin jst-sh connector installed) and has 4 modes which can utilize either a 4 position switch or a 2 position switch (which is automatically detected during calibration) to change between the modes.

The first mode all lights are off.

In the second mode just the solid lights and strobe lights turn on (no landing lights).

The third mode adds the 2 landing lights.

In the fourth mode the landing lights wigwag back and forth alternating between the left landing light and the right landing light.

These lights have been very closely modeled after the cub crafters carbon cub navigation light package.

The kit is pictured on my eflite umx j3 cub.

Wire lengths are:
15" for the wing lights
8" for the landing lights
16" for the tail light

The cost is $25 + S/H


Please forgive me as I do not currently have a website
To place an order please send me a message
Or look me up on eBay (rickybolton)



Micro Navigation Light Kit on UMX J3 Cub (4 min 33 sec)


Micro Navigation Light Kit at Night (0 min 43 sec)


Dx6 Switch Setup for Micro Navigation Light Kit (4 min 49 sec)