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Radio Gear / Re: Corona RP6D1 35MHz aerial length
« Last post by Chippie on Today at 03:41:20 »
Near enuff for farm work.... :nananana:

Whatever measurement you go for, just ensure you do a range check before comitting to the air.....  :xx
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Radio Gear / Re: Corona RP6D1 35MHz aerial length
« Last post by The Stig on Yesterday at 21:27:04 »
I have just measured my Corona RX aerial at 40.5", dont know what you europeans  convert that to  but I guess  its pretty close to what Chippie said !


Cheers
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Radio Gear / Re: Corona RP6D1 35MHz aerial length
« Last post by half throttle on Yesterday at 18:36:54 »
Merci mon brave

Paul
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Radio Gear / Re: Corona RP6D1 35MHz aerial length
« Last post by Chippie on Yesterday at 18:28:36 »
Normal length is around 8.7 metres ( wavelength etc....) so if it were 1/8th, then around 90-100cm....should suffice.
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Radio Gear / Corona RP6D1 35MHz aerial length
« Last post by half throttle on Yesterday at 17:47:40 »
Could anyone help me with the above please?

I've managed to snap a bit off the aerial and have lost the "bit".  :embarassed:

TIA

Paul
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Electric Flight Technical / Re: Foamy wot4 power
« Last post by PDR on Yesterday at 13:54:58 »
Depends what size prop you put on it and how many cells you use. On 3s and using the stock ESC (which claims a 40A capacity) the maximum power available could be as much as 500watts, but I suspect they've de-rated the ESC so it's more likely to be around 250-300watts into the supplied 12-6 prop.

But electric motors do not have a "wattage limit" - they have a maximum current and a maximum RPM. for any given voltage (cell count) this will imply a maximum usable power, but it's the current which is the actual limit, not the power.

PDR
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Electric Flight Technical / Foamy wot4 power
« Last post by propwash on Yesterday at 13:27:54 »
Any one know the wattage of thefoamy wot4  brushless motor?
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Helicopters & Autogyros / Re: Electric Autogyro project
« Last post by paulinfrance on Yesterday at 12:13:34 »
I have balanced it from the top  ball joint where the head pivots, ( fulcrum )  in the 2 photos you can see where 
Photo N 1 is spot on the pivot point ( 13.5 ) and the second photo just behind it on a 3 mm piano wire ( 12.5 )
 I really need  ( if I am right ) 14, I have also changed the blade angle from -3.5 to - 2.5, to see if it spins up to a higher speed.
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Helicopters & Autogyros / Re: Electric Autogyro project
« Last post by Gaspin on Yesterday at 02:49:19 »
Paul. is the CG set at the base of the pylon or the axis of the blade rotation, you haven't mentioned any position sofar. But still an interesting, original thread, more please on getting the beast to fly.
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UK Regional / Re: The South East Flyers Thread Part 3
« Last post by Jiggz on November 19, 2018, 18:22:34 PM »
Jeff,
Could be a useful addition for my vintage radio collection.
PM sent a couple of days ago.
Cheers
Eric

Hi Eric .. just checked your pm ..there yours!
I will bring them on the next good wind .

After hunting and hunting ..a member on rcg managed to recognise the model ..

It's a PHOENIX MODELS CARRERA
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