Here is a list of all the postings Den Moran has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: i/c wiring diagram|
Hi, Chris - I 'bind' my electric ones to match the esc, but how to bind an i/c which does not have an ESC, or even an available bind plug slot ( because for the i/c setup, its a .Bat. input?)
So back to the question - what am I missing ?
On the old 35 mghz, the crystal match would direct the receiver/transmitter relationship, but 2.4 ghz?
If its a binding process, how do I do that for the i/c setup. please?
HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEElp! I'm trying to set up a receiver on an i/c 'plane. Battery, an enerloop nimh type is charged and tested. switch on 'plane is tested working well.
Battery wire to switch
Switch the transmitter on
nothing , no light on the (brand-new) receiver, no servo movement ---- zilch!
What am I missing?
That's great, Cymaz, thanks!
|Thats just what I wanted - thanks, Den , and everybody!|
|I just mean an absolutely basic circuit showing a glo setup. I used to use a nimh four pack, and just need to know the layout - really basic! Cheers, Den|
Does anyone know where I can get a pukka wiring diagram for a basic i/c layout, please? Cheers, Den.
|Thread: glo to gas|
I've had a private post from one of our more sensible members, who does his best to be helpful, and explains the gas/glo conversion process very well.
It's disappointing to have to read these replies - the first time on this forum that I haven't received a sensible answer ( apart from the aforementioned private post) .
I feel confident that I can now go ahead with my conversion, with little fuss or expense. VERY public thanks for the private message, so sensible and tactful!
|Thread: Tony's hurri retracts!|
It's the T.N. 62" w/s
Hi! I'm just working on the wing on the hurricane, and I need to seriously consider what retracts to get.Anyone recommend anything ,please? Den,Wales
|Thread: Prop Size Selection|
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! - As the great Spike used to say when his swonicles were playing up!
From the horses' mouth:
' Hi Den,
a 6040 prop means 6 inch diameter with 4 degrees pitch effectively a 6x4 prop. A 5045 is 5 inch diameter 4.5 degrees pitch or 5x4.5. Hope this helps.
So thanks to all, once again,
Thanks for that,everyone - I think that Denis's may be the correct one, but the confusion created by Hobbyking is obvious to see - one of the modern phenomena - if its not broken, fix it! Thanks again everyone,
HI - THESE SEEM TO BE QUITE SMALL PROPS THAT i'M LOOKING AT
On the Hobbyking site , I notice prop sizes are given , thus, '6040' - what are the sizes in oldspeak. please?!
|Thread: Four motor|
Lovely models, I'll pass the info to my mates - not looking for anything at the mo - I still have five still in boxes, and others bought 2nd hand I haven't prepped yet!
I saw your vid at Glynneath ponds - nice touch with the onboard cam! How do you access those ponds? is it through Cwmgwrach?My mate and I both have Icon A5's to fly, but are now thinking about using the beach at Llanelli, because we cannot find anywhere suitable.
The vid I saw was at Fochriw Pond, above Merthyr
Thanks for that! I'm getting there, although I suspect my build 'wishlist' far outreaches my available time! At the mo, I'm nearing my 'A' Cert (2 wks,hopefully!), although I've been flying for quite a time now. Looking into a seaplane build as my swansong re: multi-motors - a Short Solent four motor -'Aranui', used on the Coral Route back in the 50's. I've actually seen the aircraft in Auckland, when I visited relations last year.
Do you know who it was it with the Short Sunderland up around Merthyr (on youtube, I think)?
I'm in Swansea and Llanelli Clubs at the moment, although I'm thinking about going to Meidrim for an A Cert. workshop in two weeks time.
What are you selling?
That's explained it really well for this non-techno!
Thanks, all, I want to build a twin and a four motor some time in the future, and that'll be a great help plnning for same.
I don't know how to identify those two types! Thanks for your reply.
That's what I wanted, Denis, thank you very much!
Can anyone point me in the direction of a four-motor wiring diagram, please? Ta muchly,
P.S. I already have a two-motor diagram!
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