E Flite Servoless Payload Release System

Brand: E Flite

Part Number: EFLA405

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The E-flite® servoless payload release enables you to drop a single payload while in flight, or enables you to use multiple devices to drop multiple payloads using only one channel on your receiver. It can also be used as a tow release for sailplanes.

E Flite Servoless Payload Release System Features:
  • Plugs directly into the receiver using standard servo connectors
  • Connect and control multiple mechanisms with a single radio channel
  • One-by-one and programmed delay modes
  • Electronic and manual release mechanisms
  • Ready to use and easy to install
E Flite Servoless Payload Release System Specifications:
  • Length: 3.10 in (79.0mm)
  • Scale Airplane Accessories: Payloads
  • Width: 0.61 in (15.5mm)
  • Height: 1.10 in (27.0mm)
  • Weight: 0.63 oz (18.0 g)
  • Current Draw Idle: 6mA
  • Current Draw: 100mA
  • Current Draw Stall: 350mA
  • Voltage: 4.8–8.5V
  • Brand: E Flite
  • Part No: EFLA405
  • Fitment: Option Part

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Does this E flite connect to any remote control/receiver device or could you recommend one that would be small and easily concealable?
Asked by Jana Dowling on 1st September 2016

This unit works with standard servo connectors, so it will plug into any standard radio receiver system.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

How much weight can the E Flite Servoless Payload Release System handle before its performance becomes compromised? Thanks.
Asked by Chris Rose on 6th December 2016

E Flite don't quote a service weight for this, but we'd estimate it's reasonably low.  It's just enough to release a normal "payload" of bombs, toffees, etc.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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