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Slightly used gyro. Only powered up to test functionality.
The Cortex Gyro is a new kind of onboard tool for RC aircraft. The ability to dial in the exact desired amount of additional stability, which acts intelligently and transparently to smooth out the flying experience and add confidence, will help any pilot to improve. For aircraft that are particularly difficult to fly, such as some very heavy scale and turbine aircraft, the Cortex is a great addition to your flight setup to reduce your workload while in the air - and let you enjoy flying.
Selectable gain means that you can select when you want strong gyro effect and when you don't, with just the flip of a switch. You control when you have a totally locked in feeling (at the highest setting, you can literally park the aircaft in hover and it will maintain that attitude automatically), and when the additional stability is transparent, acting only to damp out wind gusts. It's all up to you with the Cortex.
For some pilots, the Cortex will be the powerful tool they have been looking for (for a very long time!) to allow them to dial-in just that additional bit of stability that they need to progress to the next level - and to keep varying that stability as needed to keep moving forward as a pilot. The Cortex mounts to your aircraft with included adhesive pads, and is small enough to use on parkflyers if desired, or on your precious giant scale aircraft. Give yourself the power and flexibility of that extra edge of stability when you need it. With a Cortex unit onboard your plane, you are more in control than ever.
Easy to Run: simply plug in your current control signals No PC necessary Supports - 2 Aileron, 2 Elevator, 1 Rudder Supports various receiver systems - S.Bus, Spektrum, JR, Futaba Software and firmware updates via Web Specs:
Dimensions: 36 x 34 x 14 mm Supply voltage: 4...10 V (2S-LiPo-compatible, min. 5.5V using Spektrum/JR satellites) Max. roll & pitch rotational speed: 500°/s Max. tail rotational speed: 650°/s (typical) Servo frame rate: 55Hz / 220Hz selectable Tail servo output: 1.520µs / 760µs selectable Maximum servo currents: Total 10A (continuous load) Weight: approx. 18g (without cable loom) Length of connecting cables to receiver: 90 mm