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A DPSI RV is used as a redundant power supply and current distributor for receivers and servos in RC-Models.
The redundancy is accomplished by using two connected batteries. If one battery fails, the second battery guaranties safe operation. In the normal case, both batteries are discharged simultaneously. Furthermore, current is cut in half in each single battery by the two “parallel” connected batteries, which allows for batteries with lower ampacity. All servos directly connected to a DPSI RV are supplied with full power and each servo obtains maximum current without burden the damageable receiver. Due to switching the supply voltage electronically (the switch transmitter does not switch on the current but only supplies a switch-on signal), there is no power loss, weak contacts or transition resistance.
For all DPSI RV systems, the electronically switches are built separately, i.e. the electronically parts are doubled.
The switches are failsafe and are driven by self-holding circuitry, rather by a microcontroller. Thus, an operating DPSI RV stays powered on, even if the on/off switch transmitter is removed or broken or if the microcontroller is malfunctioning. Using DPSI RV systems, RC receiver sets reach new dimensions. In particular, a stabilized output voltage, which supplies the receiver as well as all servos, accounts for.
A DPSI RV therefore offers:
The DPSI 2001 RV is the enhancement of the DPSI 2001 and supplies 26 servos altogether, which result from 10 receiver channels. Therefore, it is predestinated for all kinds of large model airplanes, which need many servos (e.g. 40% size models). Two additional outputs (MPX connectors) allow for connection of consumer loads, which can be supplied with unregulated battery voltage (e.g. 7.4 volts high load servos, smoke pumps, illumination etc.).
|Added to the site||7/12/2006|
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