SEN issue 1091 11 May 2007
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- Huron Cup
- E36 Timer contact info
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> FF news from Brisbane, Down under
> Hi Roger,
> I thought some of your readers might like to have a look at some Free
> flight activity from Down Under. I have attached our club (Brisbane Free
> Flight Society) April Newsletter which has a good sprinkling of photos from
> club days, MAAA Nationals and the recent AFFS championships. Keep up the
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> Brisbane FF Soc April Newsletter
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The Toronto Free Flight Group
Presents the Seventh Annual
An Americas and World Cup Competition
Dates: Saturday, July 14 and Sunday, July 15, 2007
Place: CFB Borden, Angus, Ontario
Events: F1A, F1B, F1C, F1G, F1H, F1J/P
Entry fees: $30 for F1A, F1B, F1C $20 for F1G, F1H, F1J/P
CD: Jerry McGlashan
Clear Creek, ON N0E 1C0
Phone: (519) 875-2734
Detailed schedule and map showing entry to the field available on request.
E36 Timer Info
Bill - There is an extensive E36 discussion going on in the NFFS Online Forum at http://www.freeflight.org/phpBB2/index.php
Thanks for your interest.
Yes, I have been building and flying F1Q timers for some time now. There are two models:
1. E-6; does not have manual switches ..... $60 plus shipping
2. E-7; has manual switches .$70 plus shipping
The difference is that E-6 requires a Palm handheld computer to set flight adjustments in the field. E-7 can be flown without a Palm just by moving small switches on the board. There are other subtlties that I can explain later. For the E-6 you will need a cable to connect the timer to Palm. It will also work with a laptop or desktop computer, but this requires a different cable
E-6 could be considered equivalent to the Morrell Magic Timer. Has the same functions and uses standard 2.54 mm servo connectors. The functions are:
The current standard software uses one servo to move to 3 different lever release positions corresponding to VIT, AR, and DT.
E-7 has the same functions, but use smaller 1.25 mm connectors.
I have some photos of both timers if you are interested.