Receiver operated Multi-Remote on/off Switch

with the Multi-Remote system you can control 7 Remote switches at the same time from only 1 channel on your transmitter.

The Multi-Remote Switch is essential for all R/C models, car/boat/heli or plane. Dont worry if you dont have a professional transmitter to control your FAA lighting or bomb drop
system, with the Multi-Remote system you can control 7 Remote switches
at the same time, plus its very easy to use. You just need 1 spare
channel on your receiver and the system controls 9 different outputs.
Great for controlling LED lighting, rocket launches or other on/off circuits.

Input voltage: 6~12V
Weight: 15g

Price is US$ 9.94 and it is available from Hobbyking

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Comment by Dustin Romero on July 22, 2010 at 8:12am
so do they all turn on and off at the same time?
Comment by Curt Olson on July 22, 2010 at 8:41am
Sounds like the box can be set for different modes. For instance one mode (good for rocket launching they suggest) will activate the next switch in the series each time you flip the switch on your transmitter.
Comment by Dustin Romero on July 22, 2010 at 8:52am
oh ok
Comment by CrashingDutchman on July 22, 2010 at 10:36am
General Information I found on product page from an owner:

* Can take two cells or three cells li-po, You have to get a separate power source for it (6 - 12 V).
* You can control each port individually, no need to go throw one two three.. yo can choose in flight what port you want right now, for example: three seven then five.
* It has over discharge protection for the battery (only current discharge no cutoff protection).
* There are 10 modes to choose from see manual 1-4 is good for rockets, 5 to 9 is permanent on/off to turn on LED's for longer periods of time, when 1 -4 mode is selected it will short the port and then with an ignition it will burn it and fire your missile.
* Now go and do a real firecracker FPV battles to the death! oh you have two spare channels? that's 14 rockets on the go!
Comment by Taylor Cox on July 22, 2010 at 12:37pm
For that price...I don't see how anything could be better :)....Time for some night flying with a ton of LED's :))))
Comment by James F. on July 22, 2010 at 1:57pm
Who's going to be the first to have a ROCKET STAR?
Comment by Ryan on July 23, 2010 at 7:00am
Ordered one to day along with some servo connectors. I paid $20 for 100 male/female servo connectors/pins at HK and the distributor in Australia charged me $16 just for 20 sets of pin (w/o connectors) What the....?!!!!


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