Freewing LED Light Controller V3
This LED light controller is the primary controller for most Freewing EDF and propeller airplanes.
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Works just like I wanted it to
I'm using it for landing lights on a 90" Black horse Corsair and they work great.
I installed this on a plane that did not have a controller for the lights and it works perfect--I can turn the lights on and off adjust the blink rate even installed wing tip strobes --well worth the money
Simple to use and hook up. I use them on my AL-37 and E-flight F-18.
Ordered this 17 days ago, still haven't received it. Contacted Motion about it and they told me I have to wait another 5 days before they will do anything.
The LEDs can be attached directly to the receiver but this controller can turn the taxi lights on and off with a switch on the transmitter and have flashing lights on other lights. Great controller and light weight.
The directions need a little updating, but other than that a great little device. There are three lighting choices. The top "on and off" is controlled by the switch, which is good for landing lights. The second is always on and the third is always on while blinking. I used all three parts. Top for front gear landing lights, second for bottom fuselage light and the third for blinking wing lights. Some plug the switch directly into the landing gear controller so the lights come on with the landing gear. I just assigned the same radio button to landing gear and light. Depends on radio and number of channels available. Great little product
Worked great on my Silence Twister wing tip lights to be used as landing lights. Had to invert the signal so they came on when the gear was down. I only used the switched part of the controller but may do something with strip lighting later.
Installed this in a few planes. Works great.
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Go there instead?