Pulsebug RPM/Governor Sensor for Gasoline/Petrol Engines

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 Pulsebug Gasoline/Petrol/Benzine Engine RPM/Governor Sensor for Spetrum/JR Telemetry

Pulsebug Gasoline/Petrol/Benzine Engine RPM/Governor Sensor for Spetrum/JR Telemetry)

product image  Item Name: Pulsebug Gas/Petrol Engine RPM/Governor Sensor for Spektrum/JR Telemetry
 Item Price: $89.99      
 Item SKU:   HBPLSRPM



 
Product Description RPM/Governor Contactless Sensor for Gasoline/Petrol/Benzine Engine - Compatible with Magneto and Electronic Ignition
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Pulsebug RPM/Governor Contactless Sensor

for Gasoline/Petrol/Benzine Engines

Compatible with Spetrum/JR Telemetry Module TM-1000 (and others)

Compatible with most RC Governors for Gasoilne/Petrol Engines used in RC hobby

Compatible with both 2-Stroke and 4-Stroke Engines

Compatible with both Magneto Ignition and Electronic Ignition

Works with any single piston gas/petrol engine, in r/c hobby, robotics, Electric Bicycle, Electric Vehicle (EV), EBike, Generators and much more

Compatible with all gasoline/petrol engines including Zenoah Engines, OS Engines, Evolution Engines and many other engines

Digital pulsed output

Installation takes less then a minute !

Compatable with all PIC/AVR Microcontrollers, ARM, Arduino, RC Flight Controllers and many more DIY projects/applications (Hobby/Industrial)

 

Designed and Manufactured in USA by Helibug Inc. (Dated: 07/22/2016)


Benchtest with Spektrum TM-1000 Telemetry Module

 

 

Benchtest with RCEXL Engine RPM Reader for Direct Operation (RC or NON-RC)

 

 

Ziptie to Spark Plug wire

 

 


 

WARNING: The radio controlled model helicopter built from this conversion kit is not a toy and is not meant for children. It is a flying machine capable of causing property damage and serious bodily harm to both the operator/assembler and/or spectator if not built and operated correctly and responsibly. Rotating components, especially the main rotor blades, are an ever-present danger. Model helicopters operate differently than model cars and airplanes. Helicopters by their nature are not positively stable, meaning that even if properly assembled and adjusted, helicopters will not recover from an unwanted flight attitude, nor will they hold any particular orientation without constant control inputs from the pilot.

IT IS YOUR EXCLUSIVE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROPERLY BUILD, MAINTAIN AND OPERATE HELICOPTER.

HELIBUG has spent considerable time making this product reliable and easy to build, but only the operator can insure that it is safe. Because the safe operation of this helicopter is beyond the control of the Manufacturer and distributor, the owner/operator assumes all risk of use.


   
   
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