Step 1:Create a registered account on HorizonHobby.com Step 2: Shop and build your cart with your favorite RC products Step 3: Choose “Easy Pay” payment option to split your payments Step 4: Submit your order!
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Minimum order value of $100 of qualifying In Stock items (before tax & shipping).
Total available credit limit = $400. Minimum financing amount = $50.
Available for eligible In Stock merchandise only
Backorder and Preorder items on your order will charge in full when they ship. Easy Pay payments and credit will only be calculated for qualifying In Stock merchandise on the order.
Other charges, including but not limited to shipping and handling, taxes, ineligible items, will be billed on your first payment. Payments for Easy Pay ineligible items will be due at time of order.
Easy Pay is only available by using a valid Credit Card. Paypal cannot be used with Easy Pay.
Payment & Schedules
Easy Pay payments will be split in either two, or three payments. The first payment is charged to your credit card when your order is invoiced. Additional payments are then billed to the credit card every 30 days after the first payment, until all payments have been made.
For order values $100.00-$299.99, Payments will be split into two payments. For order values >$300, payments will be split into three payments.
1st payment = Time of purchase (includes tax, shipping, and ineligible items)
2nd payment = Scheduled 30 days after initial purchase
3rd payment = Scheduled 60 days after initial purchase
Payments will be split equally as credit limit allows, and scheduled payment values will be limited by available remaining credit limit.
*View and manage your Easy Pay payment methods, schedule and view available credit limit within the “Easy Pay” section of [link]My Account.
*Easy Pay financing option is available at Horizon’s sole discretion and terms are subject to change.
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Charlie24.0 star rating
RPM Sensor Applications
Review by Charlie2 on 16 Sep 2011review stating RPM Sensor Applications
I Used with E-Flite 40 & 60 A Pro speed Controllers and E-Flite 32 (14 pole) and 25 Motors. Added small ferrite cores on sensor leads to reduce/eliminate noise and false (high) RPM readings. Sensor Mfrs web site info minimal, but says that the sensor may work with only one of the two sense leads connected. Input circuit details would be helpful in determining any need/type of noise filtering to be added when false or erratic (high) readings occur. Verify readings with an external meter, such as an optical prop RPM meter, adjust reading at TX if needed.
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Jetdude23.0 star rating
Do not work as advertized
Review by Jetdude2 on 10 Oct 2013review stating Do not work as advertized
I have 7 different aircraft from props to jets. Every one of my airplanes has one of these sensors in it. I keep buying them in hopes that Spektrun will finally get it the bugs out, so far they haven't. They aren't expensive and they are worth it for the novelity of it, It's just another "GADGET" which we all probably have plenty of already. To be honest some of the ones that i have do get reletivly close as long you have the correct pole setting. Try one you might get lucky!!
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Review by W1 W. on 21 Sep 2018review stating Electric Motor RPM
I have several of these gadgets and they all work as advertised. Since there's no instructions included with the device, there's a problem that you need to know about. This gadget should work with any Electronic Speed Controller (ESC) but.......... without thorough testing I cannot be sure.
I use mine on numerous 30 Amp and 40 Amp ESC's. I contacted the manufacturer (Eagle Tree) - not Horizon Hobby and was told how to properly connect the device to the receiver. Incidentally, this product is made by Eagle Tree and sold to Horizon Hobby (Spektrum).
You only need to connect wire #1 to any ESC motor lead. It doesn't matter which one of the three wires you choose. Clip off wire #2 and wrap it around the RPM sensor. Program your Spektrum Transmitter so it recognizes the RPM readout in your telemetry data and you're good to go!
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Crunch B.3.0 star rating
Review by Crunch B. on 25 Jan 2012review stating poor performance
I bought 2 of these and am using them on an Eflite power 32 14 pole motor. I get erratic readings between 1400 and 5000 rpm. The readings jump from 10,000 to 120,000 rpm. The readings below 1400 and above 5000 are accurate. Both sensors perform exactly the same so it appears to be a design problem as oppose to a defective sensor.
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