Baudis Skywalker

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Phill Tadman
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Re: Baudis Skywalker

Post by Phill Tadman » 04 Jan 2018, 20:39

Very tight fit for all electronics and multiple batteries!

Motor battery sits forward of wing spar, then 2 * rx batteries, satellite rx, mag switch, ESC and finally motor.

Phill
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John Vella
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Re: Baudis Skywalker

Post by John Vella » 05 Jan 2018, 09:38

Phill have you considered a space saving solution to your installation ? I recommend the OPTIPOWER ULTRA-GUARD 430 with a BEC. I use this system on large Helis and when operating on the Standby Battery the LED is very bright indeed. The unit is tiny. The only problem is the installation of the LED on the airframe of your glider. Regards John.

Phill Tadman
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Re: Baudis Skywalker

Post by Phill Tadman » 05 Jan 2018, 17:31

Hi John,

Thats a good idea, but not sure it would work with my ESC which is an opto (no bec output)

Phill

PaulB
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Re: Baudis Skywalker

Post by PaulB » 15 Apr 2018, 21:14

Great read

But please put it all together and post a pic, the suspense is killing me! Looks a super machine!

I like the look of the dna racer they do!!

Phill Tadman
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Re: Baudis Skywalker

Post by Phill Tadman » 20 Apr 2018, 18:30

PaulB wrote:
15 Apr 2018, 21:14
Great read

But please put it all together and post a pic, the suspense is killing me! Looks a super machine!

I like the look of the dna racer they do!!
Here’s a quick picture, hopefully a video tomorrow.

Phill
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