SEN 2944 EDIC-WG approved Sidus EL energy limiter for the FAI F1Q class Nelson Glow Plugs / F1J Carbon Tailbooms for Sale Where is Lost Hills
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1. EDIC-WG approved Sidus EL energy limiter for the FAI F1Q class
2. Nelson Glow Plugs / F1J Carbon Tailbooms for Sale
3. Where is Lost Hills
EDIC-WG approved Sidus EL energy limiter for the FAI F1Q class
I am pleased to inform all interested modelers that the Sidus EL energy limiter for the FAI F1Q class has finally been approved by the EDIC working group.
During the process a new technical requirement was recommended for F1QELs which consists in the immunity of the device to stray or static magnetic fields induced by the motor magnets or by power cables in the immediate vicinity of the current sensor.
The need to fully comply with this important requirement, unfortunately does not allow existing Sidus EL limiters to be brought into conformity with just a firmware update.
The new EDIC approved Sidus EL limiters come with the new V4.0 firmware and have identical dimensions, connections, weight, way of use and price compared to the previous ones. They should be available in early February.
Thanks for the attention.
Nelson Glow Plugs / F1J Carbon Tailbooms for Sale
I will have Nelson glow plugs for sale at the Fab Feb week of events. The cost is $8 each. So far, I have one order for 30 plugs and will have extra on hand. If some flyer needs a large amount, please let me know so they can be preordered before the Fab Feb week begins.
Also, I will have carbon 1/2A / F1J / F1P tailbooms for sale. These have been manufactured by Stepan Stefanchuk in the Ukraine. They are a replacement for the aluminum / carbon / aluminum Ken Oliver tailbooms from the past. The weight is approximately 20 grams. The big end diameter is 1.080 inches the small end is .300 diameter and the length is 38 inches. The cost is forty dollars per tailboom. I can also mail these to anybody who wishes to purchase them.
Where is Lost Hills
We got a question from a European Sportsman planning and entered to attend the Fab Feb events asking how to get there.
The web site is www.lhffmaa.com and it has maps and lots of other helpful information