A killer collection of must-have gadgets you want in your flight bag.
We gathered some of the most useful (and hard to get) gadgets, and packaged them together for one low price.
—In flight Voltage Meter —
How much juice is in my LiPo? You won't have to ask yourself this question ever again. No more timers, minute beeps or dangerous dead stick landings. This cleaver device plugs into your balance port on your 2S - 4S LiPo battery and mounts in the cockpit of your airplane or helicopter. During flight when any cell falls below 3.3v, a loud alarm sounds indicating it is time to land. Also has LEDs for FPV use.
The ParkeFlyer crew never flies without one of these in the air and neither will you.
–Two voltage alarms are included in the kit
–Voltage Accuracy: 0.03v
— Field Voltage Testor —
Confused on which batteries you've used and which are fresh? This handy voltage tester quickly solves this dilemma. Plug this into the balance port of your 2S - 6S LiPo battery and quickly tell the total voltage and the individual voltage of each cell.
This device isn't accurate enough for precise cell balance checking, but it is great tool for quick checks in the field. Now you'll have one in your kit.
— AA - Battery powered RX power source —
This is a great tool for testing your servos without having to hook up your LiPo/ESC/BEC device. Simply, plug this in directly to your JR/Futaba style receiver and you have all the power necessary to test your servos or any other devices plugged into your RX.
— 1.5mm Hex Driver —
It seems like everything is moving to Hex these days. It's always good to have an extra hex driver in your bag. This one looks cool, to boot.
— In-flight Voltage Protector —
This great little device is a lifesaver. Battery elimination circuits (BEC) are great, but at 3-5v, they aren't always enough for power hungry servos, lights, retractable gear, etc. When too much draw is placed on your BEC, a brownout can occur -- causing your reciver to reboot. Reboot = crash. Not good! Plug this votage protector into any spare channel on your receiver to help prevent your receiver from dropping below its required operating voltage.