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PowerBox Baselog

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Product Description:

PowerBox BaseLog

The Worlds first redundant RC power supply system with telemetry.

The Future has begun! The PowerBox BaseLog is the worlds first power supply system for modeling with data feedback by downlink – what is known as telemetry. The PowerBox BaseLog records data for voltage, consumption and residual capacity for both batteries, and the system provides a means of transmitting that data back to your transmitter (prepared for Spektrum and Multiplex systems). A very important feature is that an alarm can be triggered if battery voltage falls below a set low voltage threshold.

As in all PowerBox Sysyems, redundancy is present for all safety-relevant components and functions, such as voltage regulators, electronic switches etc., i.e. all these parts are duplicated.

The PowerBox BaseLog is intended primarily for all applications where the receiver has sufficient servo sockets, and the servos do not make excessive power demands on the receiver’s sockets.

Various connecting leads are available for connecting the unit to all makes of receiving system.

The system incorporates a SensorSwitch and a menu system which is displayed on the latest OLED screen; these features are used to select the most widely used battery types and also to set the user’s preferred output voltage (5.9 Volts or 7.4 Volts).

Dual regulated output voltage
User-selectable output voltage of 5.9 V or 7.4 V, software-variable using the SensorSwitch
Informative graphic OLED screen with a resolution of 128 x 64 pixels
Facility for connecting MPX and Spektrum downlink bus systems
Direct transmission of both batteries' voltage and capacity to the transmitter
Voltage display for each battery
Residual capacity display for both batteries
Minimum value memory for both batteries
Large heat-sink area for high regulator performance
Supports all currently used battery types: LiPo, NiMH / NiCd, LiFePo
Suppression of possible servo feedback currents
Various patch-leads (MPX / JR / Futaba, MPX / MPX) available, allowing the use of all receiver types

Operating voltage: 4.0 Volt to 9.0 Volt
Power supply:
2 x 2-cell LiPo battery, 7.4 Volt,
2 x 5-cell NiCd or NiMH batteries,
2 x 2-cell LiFePo battery (A123)
Current drain:
Switched on: approx. 85 mA
Switched off: approx. 10 µA
Dropout voltage: approx. 0.25 V
Max. receiver and 2 x 10 A (stabilised), according to cooling measures
Servo / receiver current:
Peak 2 x 20 A
OLED screen resolution: 128x64 pixels
Bus systems: Spektrum, Multiplex
Temperature range: -30°C to +75°C
93 x 67 x 19 mm (incl. base plate)
Weight: 88 g
SensorSwitch: 15 g
EMV approval: EN 55014-1:2006
CE approval: 2004/108/EG
Registered design: DE 203 13 420.6

This battery backer fulfils the EMV protective requirements, EN 55014-1:2006 with certificate dated 16 January 2010. EMC approval 2004/108/EG.

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