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Feb 18, 2003, 05:39 PM
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New R/C products announce...


Hi,
the German magazine Modellbaumarkt 2003 reports about some interesting new R/C items:
- Graupner Pico XP4 FM-Receiver, 4-channel, weight 4g, plus each receiver works on 3 different MHz-bands e.g. 35,- 40 and 41 MHz.

- Graupner Pico XC50 servo, weight 3g, torque 3 Ncm.

- Jamara XT-Atom servo, weight 4,9g, torque 1.1 Kg/cm

- Simprop SCAN-7 high end receiver, 7 channels, PLL sythesizer PPM for all transmitters with PPM.

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Feb 20, 2003, 12:34 AM
BEC
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While those receivers wouldn't necessarily have 72 MHz counterparts for the American market, I'd sure like to know more about both of those servos....... Anyone else know anything about them?
Feb 20, 2003, 02:54 AM
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Guten abend, Wie gehen sie heute?

Ich heisse michael, Ich komme aus California. Ich spreche klein deutsch. Ich gehe zu Uni, in San Luis Obispo.

Ich habe zwei flugzeugen.


That is all I can think about right now, sorry if this has nothing to do with your post, I am trying to learn german and having trouble, I just thought that I would try out my abilities.

Danke, dass Sie sich Zeit genommen haben

Mike
Feb 20, 2003, 10:18 AM
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Hi BEC,

you like to know more about the servos:

XT-Atom from Jamara, no photo on their web page yet - it looks like a small slim regular vertical servo. Weight 4.9g, torque 1.1Kg/cm (10.79 Ncm), speed/60 0.08sec, dimensions 20 x 8 x17.6 mm, nominal voltage 4.8V, plastic gears.

Pico-XC50 from Graupner, photo attached, proportional servo, torque 3Ncm (0.3Kg/cm), operating voltage 3.3 - 5 V, idle current max. 3mA, load current max. 200mA, dimensions 20 x 6 x 6 mm, weight 3g.

Regarding the Graupner Pico-XP4 receiver it may very well be possible that Graupner will sell them with more frequencies, they usually do. Just ask them by mail: www.graupner.de

The Simprop SCAN7 sythesizer PPM 7-channel receiver with lots of cool features will 13g without case, 18g with case, built in datarecording, operating voltage 3.3 - 8V!!!

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Feb 20, 2003, 11:30 AM
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Ahhhh, the XC-50 servo...!

About 3 months ago all they had were a small handful of working prototypes.

When these become available I'll be carrying them also, already have a source

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Feb 20, 2003, 01:19 PM
Cost?!? I think their needs to be a $30 3g servo *dreams*

Apr 03, 2004, 02:22 PM
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Re: New R/C products announce...


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Originally posted by glockengockel
- Jamara XT-Atom servo, weight 4,9g, torque 1.1 Kg/cm
This servo is cheap (22 Euros - 24 US$) but it is also very bad quality. I have a plane to fix today because one of these servos got stuck with full elevator down in flight. The torque may exist but if the gear strips or gets stuck, it is worthless...
For micro servos from now on only Hitec/Multiplex and Graupner...
Apr 03, 2004, 04:21 PM
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Originally posted by mike93
Guten abend, Wie gehen sie heute?

Ich heisse michael, Ich komme aus California. Ich spreche klein deutsch. Ich gehe zu Uni, in San Luis Obispo.

Ich habe zwei flugzeugen.


That is all I can think about right now, sorry if this has nothing to do with your post, I am trying to learn german and having trouble, I just thought that I would try out my abilities.

Danke, dass Sie sich Zeit genommen haben

Mike
I'm no good at it either, but isn't it "Ich spreche kein Deutsch"? Kleine means small. I suppose you could probably also say "Ich spreche Deutsch nichts"? Where's the pros when you need them?

My mom is Bavarian, but for some reason never tought us kids German.
Apr 03, 2004, 04:33 PM
Nickel what?
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That servo and reciever look a lot like the cirrus setup - are there any major differences? Does anyone know their similarities?
Apr 03, 2004, 08:03 PM
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Originally posted by Phreakish
That servo and reciever look a lot like the cirrus setup - are there any major differences? Does anyone know their similarities?
My thoughts exactly.. The servos are a dead ringer...

Any more, they are all made the same place with different color plastics being practically the only differences.
Apr 03, 2004, 09:24 PM
Nickel what?
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perhaps cirrus entered an agreement with graupner to produce them? I was just curious. I know I've seen a reciever just like that too - but again, maybe a manufacturing agreement?
Apr 03, 2004, 09:51 PM
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I'm no good at it either, but isn't it "Ich spreche kein Deutsch"? Kleine means small. I suppose you could probably also say "Ich spreche Deutsch nichts"? Where's the pros when you need them?
mike93 should say "Ich spreche nur ein bisschen Deutsch" which means only a little.


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