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1 year 2 weeks ago #14677 by Roger Lee
Roger Lee replied the topic: 80 HP 912UL will not start
Just like anything new a few may be good, but until you get hundreds out there with thousands of hours all data is preliminary. I'm not saying these are bad by any means just it needs more time and volume testing. Like many other things, parts may be good until an owner gets them. :)

Roger Lee
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Tucson, AZ Ryan Airfield (KRYN)
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1 year 2 weeks ago #14679 by Mark Kyle
Mark Kyle replied the topic: 80 HP 912UL will not start
Hi Roger

Yes I know all about that. My day job is design and deveopment and you can make anything but the proof of the pudding comes once it gets out into the publics hands. You can do hundred of hours of intensive testing and find no issues but once it gets into production then you really find out any issues. The public are good test models for the things you never think of

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10 months 2 weeks ago #15019 by Mark Kyle
Mark Kyle replied the topic: 80 HP 912UL will not start


Its been a little while since I have posted here. We have been flight testing the modules on several aircraft and all so far is brilliant. The test box is finished which allows the testing of original units to see if they are faulty it also of course is what we use to test each pcb after it is made and before it is potted in epoxy. Then the modules are tested again after they have been potted. The circuit board that is bare in the photo is for the original old modules that are 4 wire. Our module can be wired for the old style. This one is soon to be potted but we are waiting for the bullet style connectors to make it plug and play for the original. The attached video is testing the latest batch of units to go out on the test box. The rate is set for 5000 rpm and tests using genuine rotax coils. You can see each trigger set plus the kill switch action that is electronicaly controlled inside the ignition module

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