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Saturday 7/7/18

2018-07-07, 21:07 by Gary M Jones

I was at the field today between 14:00 & 15:00 all on my own , good flying too. There is a dead sheep along the fence line towards the gate from the pits, I saw the farmer so reported this to her. I hope no one had plans for a BBQ Smile .

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Post by Guest on 2010-05-19, 07:16

I am asking on behalf of a friend.
Here is his video asking.
Any help would be much appreciated

Thank you


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Post by Andy Sayle on 2010-05-19, 08:47

On a model that size (33% did I hear that correctly?) the batteries would be run through some kind of backer, or redundancy system. That is why there are two switches. The common ones are powerboxes, but there are others. Basically each battery is fed into the unit, and it supplies the receiver with power from whichever battery is best, switching to the other if necessary (i.e. if a battery or switch fails). They are a little bit more complicated than that, but that is the general idea.


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