"Nothing goes without electricity" - therefore the information about the currents in the model is vital! This is where the current sensors are used.
These actually have two functions: - A - The measurement of the current flowing currents on the drive, receiver or ECU battery (in jets). Interesting, e.g. to optimize the drive (how much current does my drive draw with which propeller) and to avoid overload situations. For example, in the basic setting of the model, blocking currents indicate incorrectly set servo travel. - B - The indication of the residual charge quantity, the "fuel gauge" for the battery. Especially when using modern high-performance LiPo batteries (e.g. Li-BATT FX), the residual charge indication is actually indispensable, since these batteries keep the voltage almost constant for a very long time during operation, but then "break in" within seconds. This means that the voltage-dependent monitoring of the receiver battery, for example, is no longer sufficient. Timers can also only be rough aids. The sensor is looped between battery and load, suitable high-current plug connections (for B-No. 90407) or cables (for B-No. 90407 or B-No. 90408) are soldered to the soldering surfaces. The sensors are connected to telemetry receivers or to another sensor within the MSB. With its basic function "Output of the current flowing current in A", the sensor can be put into operation immediately, for example to measure the current of the electric drive. After activating the charge counter with the MULTImate (B-No. 72210) or the PC program "MULTIPLEX-Launcher "** you will no longer fly according to timer, but according to the actual remaining charge quantity of the drive battery. The current sensor becomes your electronic fuel gauge! Protect your batteries from excessive discharge and thus prevent a shortened service life.
Since their founding in 1958, Multiplex has developed top RC Radio Systems for the RC Industry! With the current 2,4 GHz Technology M-LINK and telemetry system, Multiplex has put itself in front of the RC Industry in Germany. Since the early 2000s Multiplex began producing finished models made from Elapor, a high-tech particle foam, which setted a milestone im the RC Airplane, as well as in the Helicopter (Funcopter) sectors. Since 2002, Multiplex has been owned by the south korean HiTEC group and has become one of the leading RC manufacturers in the world!