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UniF5B App & Progam

The UniF5B app enables flight data to be read from a Unilog and displayed in a form convenient for F5B. It is available as an app for Adroid phones and tablets, for both Unilog 1 and Unilog 2. This allows all the Unilog data to be displayed over the entire ...

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UniDisplay Power Supply

The UniDisplay is a handy little device for setting up the UniLog or viewing data without having to take a PC to the field with you. As supplied it is powered from the UniLog, but this presents problems when using it with an opto coupled Rx lead – no power ...

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UniLog Parts for Limiter

When looking at the SM website it can be confusing trying to work out what you need for a limiter. The following list is an attempt to identify the basic requirements, plus a few extras you might be interested in. Minimum for F5B limiter function: Common extras: Other optional items:

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Limiter History

The introduction of the limiter from 2008 was one of the most profound, interesting and controversial developments for F5B (and F5D). This section goes into more detail. It describes the hardware and software available, installation hints, testing results and operational results as they become available. A bit of history. The ...

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Limiter Overview

The Energy Limiter is a device which shuts off the motor after a certain amount of energy has been used. Why do we use “Limiters”? F5B pilots have always pushed equipment to the limit in the search for more performance and at the World Champs in 2004 a couple of battery ...

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Unilog in English

The UniLog and other SM units come with comprehensive instructions, but unfortunately for English speakers they are all in German. Having gone to the trouble of translating them for my own benefit, I can now make them available to other non-german speakers – just click on the relevant link below. ...

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