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04907 VControl Battery ID Sensor
4907 VControl Battery ID Sensor

04907 VControl Battery ID Sensor

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4907 VControl Battery ID Sensor

Introducing the Battery ID Sensor for the Vbar Control radio!

Product includes includes (1) ID sensor & (5) RFID battery ID tags)

Benefits at a glance:

*Automatic detection of flight pack batteries in a model.
*Battery logbook stored in the radio automatically.
*Simplified battery management.

Details:
Less risk of damaging batteries by deep discharge when using flight packs with different capacities or of different age.

Automatically creates and stores logbooks in VBar Control for all flight packs that have already been entered, which can be analyzed on a computer later on.

Automatic selection of known batteries in VBar Control, independently from the selected model: plug & fly.

System requirements:

VBar Control Radio
Control RX-Satellite
VBar with Spektrum-Satellite- Connectors (Telemetry-Bus).
Current/Voltage/Capacity Sensor 04890
5 Stars
Was skeptical
This was the first time trying the battery ID system. Figured I only have two packs per 700heli so why do I need a battery ID system. Well I got to say, it's pretty nice not having to remember which pack I put into the heli. In conjunction with voltage UI sensor, I can plug in and fly with no worries every time!
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Reviewed by:  from New Jersy. on 12/29/2016
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Battery ID reader
This item is a pretty cool thing to have on your Heli if you are a logging statistics nerd. That is if you can get it to work reliably. The tolerance for tag proximity to the reader antenna is rediculasly small and requires a great deal of tweaking to get the tags positioned properly so that you can use your batteries with more than one Heli. The adhesive on the tags is worthless. You MUST find a different method to attach the tags. And of course you are tweaking location while you are trying to get the tag to stick. I have three of these readers and I am constantly twiddling with them to make them work.
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Reviewed by:  from New Lenox. on 6/26/2016
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