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Posted by Daphne Liu | Feb 16, 2016 @ 02:26 AM | 2,907 Views
For the pixhawk air speed sensor tube, are the holes size on the tube matters? If so, what is the suggested size?

Thanks very much!
Posted by Daphne Liu | Jun 21, 2013 @ 02:20 AM | 4,552 Views
This is our new plug in size 6mm and 4mm.
6mm specification:
Material: gold plated brass
Bear current: 60A~90A
Weight: 4.9g/set

4mm specification:
Material: gold plated brass
Bear current: 40A~80A
Weight: 4.1g/set

superiority: 1. Efficient welding design
2 Anti-skid design on the end
Cool / Posted by Daphne Liu / May 29, 2013 @ 03:10 AM / 6,123 Views / 2 Comments / Reply
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Posted by Daphne Liu | Mar 28, 2013 @ 05:32 AM | 4,287 Views
This is the HXT 4mm to T plug and XT60 adapter with no wire. Nice! Isn't it?
Posted by Daphne Liu | Mar 28, 2013 @ 03:01 AM | 4,623 Views
This is the T pug series and parallel adapter with no wire. And also the XT60 type. In this way, the resistance is much smaller. Try it out~
Posted by Daphne Liu | Dec 14, 2012 @ 10:04 PM | 4,438 Views
Hello, Can somebody help?! I don't know how to insrall the Angel Eyes to the car.

And with the light strip, how does it connect to cars power? Is there any additional power supply or direct connect?

Thank you very much!
Posted by Daphne Liu | Nov 28, 2012 @ 03:04 AM | 5,146 Views
This is the micro paraboard with self resettable fuse. The Pico and PH2 micro paraboard is for the E-flite Ultra micro aircrafts and mCPX helicopter. The PH3 micro paraboard is for E-flite UMX series airplanes and blade 130X helicopter. Good items!
Well, we also have other board series. Which kind do you expect?
Posted by Daphne Liu | Nov 13, 2012 @ 02:16 AM | 4,801 Views
This is our parallel connectors. The series types are available. Do you like it?
Posted by Daphne Liu | Nov 04, 2012 @ 10:21 PM | 4,626 Views
I bought a E-flite UMX Beast 3D BNF Basic afew days ago. And I also bought a DX6i DSMX 6 Channel Full Range without Servo MD2 by Spektrum. Do they match each other? How can I make them match? Can somebody give me some suggestion? Thanks a million!
Posted by Daphne Liu | Oct 16, 2012 @ 05:19 AM | 5,103 Views
1. Adjustable diameter shaft from 3mm 15mm
2. Precise balancing with stable stand
3. 6 pcs precise ball bearing
4. Water level design
5. Magnetic suspension
6. Multi function application
7. Weight :365g (Net weight )
8. Material:aluminium

It is capable of Propeller balancing, Ducted blade balancing, Precise blade balancing and Rotor shaft balancing.


MSN: daphne-qs@hotmail.com
Skype: daphnelq-qs
Tel: (86) 15818289223
Posted by Daphne Liu | Oct 08, 2012 @ 04:32 AM | 5,429 Views
New features of the “Safe ParaBoard”:
1) Heavy duty PCB holds up 40A continuous current.
2) Safety resetting “Multifuse” prevents damages to charger and batteries.
3) Reverse polarity fuses protect the main charge circuit and batteries.
4) Multiple ParaBoards can be connected directly to charge more batteries.
5) LED indicates the correct connection of a battery

This is our latest version of ParaBoard with self-resettable fuse protection. All balance ports are protected by sef-resettable fuse. And the main circuit is protected by common fuse which can be changed if damaged by accident.

Multiple the safe ParaBoards can be connected directly to charge more than four batteries at a time.
Posted by Daphne Liu | Sep 26, 2012 @ 08:23 AM | 4,949 Views
Hello friends! Do you have a connector or RC tool in mind?

Of course you get the idea, but you may not open a mould for yourself to make it. And some of them are even made up of metal and plastic part. It is just what we are specialized in! You just need to tel us your idea. We can design it for you. Or more specificly, the drawing or data. We will never let you down!
Posted by Daphne Liu | Sep 18, 2012 @ 03:21 AM | 4,751 Views
This one-for-all balance board features high compatibility with many kinds of balance charger and battery packs. As you see, it is with multiple balance connectors! What a powerful balance board! You deserve it!

Input Connector:Female 6S &7S ThunderPower;
Female 7S PolyQuest
A free plug in place allows you to solder the plug you like
(1st from left is negative)
Output Connnector: ThunderPower/FlightPower 2S-6S
Poly-Power/Align 2S-6S
Hyperlon/PolyQuest 2S-6S
Robbe/Graupener/Kokam 2S-6S
Posted by Daphne Liu | Sep 17, 2012 @ 11:49 PM | 4,705 Views
The 2-8S cell checker with low voltage alarm features loud buzzer alarm to notify you once your cells reaches the user defined voltage. You can customize the alarm to sound at a voltage between 2.7v~3.8v per cell in 0.10v increments by pressing the setting mode buttom. It also has a buit in LED display that will show the voltage of each cell followed by the over all voltage of the pack.

Input: 2~8S
Battery type: Lipo/LiFe/Li-ion
Cell voltage display range: 0.5v~4.5v
Total Voltage display range: 3.7~30v
Alarm set value: off or 2.7~3.8v
Size: 41*26*13mm
Weight: 9g
Posted by Daphne Liu | Sep 17, 2012 @ 10:36 PM | 5,490 Views
You may like this!
The parallel charge leads allow you to charge up to six battery packs simultaneously.
This unique design serves as both a charging and balancing cable for up to 6 of your 2S battery packs. Connect to your batteries with the JST-PH connectors, as used in the Blade 130X, Beast UMX or Sbach 342 UMX. Connect to the charger's main output with 4mm banana plugs, and to the balance port with a standard 2S JST-XH balance connector. The specifications are as bellow:
•Input Charge Connector: Male 4mm Banana Plug
•Input Balance Connector: Male 2S JST-XH
•Output Connector: 2S Female JST-PH
•Wire: 24 & 26 AWG flexible silicone wire
•Current: 8A
•Length: 4"
Posted by Daphne Liu | Sep 17, 2012 @ 09:49 PM | 6,756 Views
Sorry, the picture I gave last time is not big enough. Here are the bigger ones.

If you are interested, please contact me!

Hotmail: daphne-qs@hotmail.com
MSN chat: daphne-qs@hotmail.com
Skype: daphnelq-qs
Tel: (86) 15818289223
Posted by Daphne Liu | Sep 17, 2012 @ 09:39 PM | 5,991 Views
Hey Friends,
Are you trying to find a connector that is capable of high current? You need a power connector for your big size hobby? You got it. Here comes the XT90 conector for your RC hobby!