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Aeroperfect Electronic Incident meter

PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2018 2:04 pm
by marknichols
For sale Aeroperfect Incident meter, used on planes from EF extra 58” to QQ Python. Makes control surface setup very quick and accurate. It can be upgraded to plug straight into laptop or pc.

Visit Aerotech website for all i formation.

Please message me and I can send pictures of equipment it includes metres and clips for all surfaces. The image on the add is a stock image.

Info from Aerotech

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The MU-9000X AP3 from AeroPerfect™ is a precision angle measurement system for R/C aircraft. Any angle on your aircraft can be measured with a resolution of .01 degrees! The angle sensing unit contains an absolute inclinometer which utilizes MEMS (micro electro-mechanical systems) technology to accurately measure angles over the entire 360° range.

This advanced MEMS technology allows the sensing unit to be small and light-weight (slightly over 2 ounces including the measurement plates and clamps) which makes it ideal for setting up and measuring wing incidence, decalage, and control throws on aircraft ranging from small to giant scale. It's also perfectly suited for setting up gliders, sailplanes and smaller electric aircraft conveniently and with great precision.

The MEMS sensing unit is connected to the easy-to-read, AP3 digital LCD display unit by a flexible 6-foot cable. The high-efficiency, 12 Volt power supply (included) provides power to the AP3 display and MEMS angle sensing unit. European and Australian plug adapters are available (see the MU-9000X AP3 Specifications Page).

[b]£100.00 including postage

Re: Aeroperfect Electronic Incident meter

PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2018 2:12 pm
by marknichols
Actual meter for sale

Re: Aeroperfect Electronic Incident meter

PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2018 2:13 pm
by marknichols
Meter with reading showing in perfect working order.

Re: Aeroperfect Electronic Incident meter

PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2018 5:46 am
by mick hallsworth
Hello
Is the angle meter still for sale ?
Thanks
Mick