SM Modellbau UniSense E 140A 4mm Cable 3105

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        • SM Modellbau UniSense E 140A 4mm Cable 3105
      • The UniSens-E is a pure telemetry sensor especially for all electric models . It is so small and light, but at the same time so powerful that it can be used in almost any model.
        In accordance with our philosophy of supporting as many systems as possible, the UniSens-E also speaks the language of Jeti Duplex , Multiplex M-Link , Graupner HoTT , Futaba , JR DMSS , FrSky , Spektrum (via spectrum adapter) and PowerBox Core .
        The telemetry used must be in the UniSens-Ecan only be specified once in the settings. This is done either via our PC program " UniSens-E Tool" or with the UniDisplay. HoTT GAM is selected in the delivery state . A suitable USB interface such as our order no. Is
        required to change the settings via PC or for firmware updates . 2550 or an existing USB connection cable such as from Jeti , Multiplex or Graupner is required. See also the instructions. The UniSens-E can measure the entire drive, i.e. voltage, current and capacity, without further sensors .

        Since a barometric (air pressure) height sensor with high resolution is also integrated, a Vario is also implemented with the UniSens-E in addition to the height measurement .
        Extensive alarms can also be programmed, which are reported via telemetry via the respective transmitter.
        The UniSens-E can be delivered with various connector systems, so that normally nothing needs to be soldered. The current measuring range extends symmetrically in both directions. The pin assignment, i.e. whether the battery has a male or a female on the positive pole, does not matter. The measuring direction is simply set in the setup.
        All measured values ​​of the UniSens-E can be viewed via our UniDisplaycan also be viewed live and all settings and alarms programmed.
        Regardless of whether it is a sailor, aerobatic machine , helicopter, HLG or slow flyer , the UniSens-E can be used in almost every area due to its low weight and compact size. Of course, the UniSens-E is not only suitable for model aircraft. It can also be built into RC boats, RC cars, etc.
        With the UniSens-E, you acquire a universal RC telemetry sensor that is powerful in all respects and that uses the possibilities of modern electronics to be of great help to you as a little helper in handling your RC models.
        And that is what the UniSens-E can do:


        • Complete measurement of electric drives with current, voltage, power, capacity, speed and height measurement

        • Integrated brushless speed sensor (not for 55 A versions)

        • full telemetry support for Jeti Duplex , Multiplex M-Link , Graupner HoTT , Futaba , JR DMSS , FrSky , Spektrum (via Spektrum adapter) and PowerBox Core

        • Height measurement with automatic zeroing after switching on

        • barometric vario

        • Current measuring range depending on the version up to 55 A / 140 A / 280 A in both directions, voltage up to 60 V
          (the maximum current carrying capacity of the plug used must not be exceeded!)

        • Connection for receiver signal for remote control of certain functions

        • Direct connection to the GPS logger possible for data recording in a file

        • Measurement of the receiver battery voltage

        • Power supply by receiver

        • current status is signaled via LED

        • Direct viewing of the measured values ​​live with our UniDisplay

        • Parameter settings possible via PC, UniDisplay and telemetry

        • PC software for settings and updates (SM UniSens-E Tool) is available here

        • Free firmware updates via the PC with our USB interface (order no. 2550) or with existing USB connection cables such as those from Jeti , Multiplex or Graupner possible (the firmware file can be found here)

        • Can be used almost anywhere due to its compact size and low weight

        Technical data and the complete range of functions can be found in the operating instructions .