Category Archives: Magnetic Switch

Coming up soon – Double Magnetic Switch

Designed for RC jet planes and other double battery models. It’s designed with 2 parallel switches which are activated from one single point. Instead of turning on the ECU in one place and receiver in another. All is located in one place with the Double Magnetic Switch.

The batteries are separate so it is possible to use 3s on one switch and 2s on the other switch. It can be used as mentioned before for receiver and ECU. But also as a switch for a dual battery power unit, receiver and scale light or receiver and smoke unit etc.

The technology is of course the same safe and reliable technology with built-in failsafe function, ultra low stand-by consumption, and clean and easy on-off function, like all our other products.

Double Magnetic Switch

Designed for RC Sailboads

We are working on a new version of our popular magnetic switch. It is designed specifically for RC Sailboads. We have had several requests for a water repellent switch. Below is our first prototype. I am very satisfied with the result so far. Testing is already starting, more will come in order to ensure a good and reliable product.

New sticker

StickerNow all Magnetic Switchs comes with a sticker. Put it on the fuselage just above the Switch. With this sticker it will be easy to locate the switch and turn the plane on and off. The sticker is made of a ultra thin material, to keep aerodynamic drag to a minimum. Size is 14 x 43 mm and thickness is approximately 0.05 mm

Smart Magnet Holder

Smart-Magnet-HolderMany users and potential buyers of the magnetic switch is afraid of losing the magnet.

And it is also understandable, the magnet is the key. Without it, it’s hard to switch on and off the plane.

This is why I created the Smart Magnet Holder. This solution can be clipped to your jacket or pants. The magnet is mounted on 75cm line with auto roll up.

That way you’ll always know where your magnet is.

New temperature range for the Magnetic Switch

winter-frostI have been looking on the temperature specifications of the components I use in the Magnetic Switch. It turns out that I’ve been very careful when I determine the operating temperature range for the Switch (-10C to +50C). Because all the components can handle down to minus 40 degrees Celsius. The new operating temperature range is (-40C to +50C). So if there is someone who wants to go out and fly in extreme cold. They should not worry about the functionality of my magnetic switch. Remember to bring warm clothes.