|Powerbox ger dig stabil matning på 5,9V och signal förstärkning till 7 servon. Alla komponente är dublerade för maximal säkerhet.|
The PowerBox Champion RRS is one of the most popular products in our range.
with double linear regulation of the servo voltage
with separate, double-regulated voltage for both receivers
with double battery monitoring by means of LED chains
with signal amplification for each servo socket
with RF suppression for each servo
with suppression of servo feedback currents
with dual electronic switches (SensorSwitches)
with twelve freely programmable servo sockets (three channels)
with redundant receiver system (RRS)
with informative LCD screen for receiver analysis
with switchable servo voltage: 5.9 Volts or 7.0 Volts
Operating voltage: 4.0 Volts to 9.0 Volts
Power supply: NiCd or NiMH batteries with five cells, two-cell LiPo battery, 7.4 Volts
Current drain: 80 mA
Voltage drop: approx. 0.25 V
Max. receiver current: 2 x 1.5 A
Receiver voltage: 5.0 Volts, stabilised
Max. servo current: 2 x 20.0 A, according to the efficiency of the cooling measures
Servo voltage: 5.9 V or 7.0 V, selectable, stabilised
Servo sockets: 24 sockets, three match-channels
Programmable servos: twelve
Programmable parameters: servo travel left, right, centre, direction of rotation
Redundant receiver system: seven channels
Suitable types of modulation: PPM, IPD, PCM, SPCM, A-SPCM
Suitable frequency ranges: 35, 40, 72 MHz, 2.4 GHz, Spectrum, FASST
Temperature range: -10°C to +75°C
Dimensions: 91 x 65 x 19 mm (including base plate)
Weight: 135 grammes
SensorSwitch: 15 grammes
The PowerBox Champion RRS is one of the most popular products in our range. Since its introduction in Spring 2004 this programmable power supply unit has been enjoying an unstoppable campaign of success with modellers all over the globe, not least due to its three fully variable channels. All the top pilots all over the globe now fly using this power supply system, and World Championships for virtually all classes have been won with it. We are proud to have made a small contribution to these resounding successes.
With its ultra-simple, user-friendly and accurate method of adjusting servos, the PowerBox Champion RRS offers the model pilot wide-ranging facilities for finetuning control sequences in his models. For many years the integrated servo adjustment facilities of the PowerBox Champion made the unit unique in the whole model market. When this innovatory system was introduced in Spring 2004, our electronics experts had no idea that this important and advanced product would still be a market leader in 2008.
The PowerBox Champion has a proven record of reliability, and we have again upgraded it to incorporate the RRS module (Redundant Receiver System), also developed by PowerBox Systems.
In so doing we have provided the model pilot with the opportunity to complement the redundant power supply in his models by installing two redundant receivers of his choice - no matter which type of receiver, which transmission mode and which frequency. The unit also caters for what are now known as 7.0 Volt servos: the servo voltage of the PowerBox Champion RRS can be freely selected as 5.9 Volts or 7.0 Volts.
The heat-sinks and both linear regulators for the servo voltage have been designed to suit the new generation of servos, some of which offer output torques of 25 kp, and therefore draw commensurately high currents.
All accessories previously supplied in the set can still be used: the popular and ultra-safe electronic switches - the SensorSwitches - and the adjustor board required for adjusting the servos.
The two receivers are connected using sixteen patch-leads.
The comprehensive adjustment facilities for three control channels are particularly important with F3A-X class model aircraft, as they often feature multiple servos coupled to each control surface. The ultra-precise electronic servo adjustment provided by the PowerBox Champion RRS enables them to exploit their full potential power and transit speed; at the same time they also draw considerably less current than servos adjusted by mechanical means