PowerBox Sensor V3

6330

$ 99.00


PowerBox Pioneer

The PowerBox Sensor V3 is the third generation of the PowerBox Sensor, which is well-known throughout the world.

Features

  • High-performance battery backer
  • The ultra-light unit, compact format
  • Double regulated output voltage
  • Redundant switch and regulator circuitry
  • User-selectable output voltage: 6.0 V or 7.8 V
  • Separate RGB LED voltage indicators for each battery
  • Telemetry support for CORE systems
  • Supports 4 different battery types: 2s LiPo, 2s LiIon, 2s LiFePo and 5s NiMH
  • Regulator monitoring
  • Suppression of servo feedback currents

Technical Data

Operating voltage 4.0V - 9.0V
Power supply 2S LiPo, 2S LiIon, 2S LiFePo, 5S NiMH
Current drain Power-on state 30 mA
Current drain Standby 10 µA
Maximum load current Peak 2x10A
Drop-out voltage 0,25 V
Output voltage 6,0 V/ 7,8 V regulated
Dimensions 65 x 26 x 11 mm
Weight 30 g
Temperature range -30 °C bis +105 °C

Product description

The PowerBox Sensor V3 is the third generation of the PowerBox Sensor, which is well-known throughout the world. For almost twenty years the PowerBox Sensor has represented the standard for small to medium-sized models thanks to its compact format and versatility.

By using the latest components we have been able to reduce the size of the Sensor V3 significantly. For example, the case is now exactly half as deep (11 mm compared with 22 mm). Nevertheless, the Sensor V3 still fits neatly in the aperture used by its predecessor.

The introduction of a top-quality aluminum case, machined and anodized, has brought a substantial increase in the unit’s cooling efficiency, with the result that the maximum continuous current capacity of the PowerBox Sensor V3 is around 35 % higher. In fact, the peak load capacity is twice as high: the Sensor V3 can handle more than 20 A for several seconds!

The Sensor V3 offers two user-selectable output voltages: for normal servos, it can be set to a regulated 6.0 V, while a regulated 7.8 V is available for HV servos– provided that the batteries supply the higher input voltage required.

Power to the unit can be drawn from four different battery types: LiPo, LiIon, LiFePo, NiMH. Ultra-bright RGB LEDs are fitted to indicate battery voltage; they light up in various colors to display the charge status of the batteries.

CORE users also benefit from one special additional feature: both battery voltages can be displayed directly on the transmitter by means of telemetry.


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