26mm Drop-Out Spotlight HVF, 8Wx2, T-FUSE

FLIP26HVF-080x2-WE

$ 88.00


Our new series of folding mechanisms allows usage of powerful spotlights for folding out.

Modelled after real airplanes, drop-out spotlights are now easily and quickly realisable in model aircrafts.

Whether for optical reasons or as an additional brake flap, a drop-out spotlight is an enormous enrichment.

Now with Kingmax KM1203 HV Servo which is approbated for each system.

AUXILIARY spotlights folds out against the direction of the flight.

In driven state is only the backside visible, not the reflector.

Flat 26mm 8Wx2 spotlights with temperature protection are used for our pre-assembled spotlights.

They allow enormous luminous power in small dimensions.

A diamond HV servo is integrated in the mechanics.

The assemblys are already built, it's possible that it's needed to glue the base plate together.

  Spotlights of high-quality aluminium reflector Wide angle beam: 110° Completely made of massive aluminium, CNC manufactured Available in WHITE and WARMWHITE Diamond HV servo included Pre-assembled Performance: 2x8W reference power Voltage: 8V, use enclosed resistor for 12V! Electricty: 0.7A Beam angle: ~100° Light Intensity: 200x2 Lumen WHITE Light Intensity: 175x2 Lumen WARMWHITE Weight: 41g (Servo included) Dimension: 61x27mm, Height 19mm With the X2 technique high power LEDs are operated in a "cluster".

These achieve double the light output for the same heat or the same light output at half heat dissipation.

Yet our X2 lights are still fully compatible with all our other lamps.

If X2 lights, such as spotlights, are supplied with separate cables, these cables must be used in the delivered wiring! X2 lights are reacting more strongly on a weakening battery.

The reference power is a comparison value between our offered lights.

It normally refers to an operating voltage of 12V/3S Lipo and is dependent on bulbs, operating mode and technology.

Pay always attention to the operating temperature, we do not assume any warranty in case of overheating.

Note: The LED lights are extremely bright! Never look directly into a LED! TECHNICAL INFORMATION CONNECTION