LOC Brusier Exp

LOC Brusier Exp

Post by JESS » Sat, 18 Sep 1999 04:00:00



What is a good way to run wiring from a payload bay in a coupler to a
booster section for air starting the (2) 38mm motors using a timer?  How do
you handle seperation of the wires that run through the booster from the
payload, and how do you prevent the wiring from burning up from the main
motor during first boost?

Any suggestions on an Altimeter & Timer Make and model would be great also?

Thanks

Jay

 
 
 

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Post by Jeff Davenpor » Sat, 18 Sep 1999 04:00:00


I usually build a separate elecronics bay for airstarts .
I put just above the fin canister .

Any how , simce you probably built yours the way you discribe you should try

ejection . Be forwarned People in our club(METRA) have had shorting problems
with them .
You can find them at many hobby shops that carry RC supplies .
They are usually black with 2 to 4 gold pins & can be soldered .

JD

Quote:

>What is a good way to run wiring from a payload bay in a coupler to a
>booster section for air starting the (2) 38mm motors using a timer?  How do
>you handle seperation of the wires that run through the booster from the
>payload, and how do you prevent the wiring from burning up from the main
>motor during first boost?

>Any suggestions on an Altimeter & Timer Make and model would be great also?

>Thanks

>Jay


 
 
 

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Post by RHCG » Thu, 23 Sep 1999 04:00:00


I cut in two separate "doors" in the main airframe of my bruiser EXP.  The
lower one just above one of the centering rings is for the timer (Adept 260) to
fire the airstarts.  The upper one just below the top centering ring is for the
altimeter (Olsen M-1) to fire the apogee charge.