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  • Last Activity: 10-04-2023 12:30 PM
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  1. 08-23-2021 02:58 AM
    Van: Electron retracts <[email protected]>
    Verzonden: woensdag 7 april 2021 09:48
    Aan: Unlimited All Terrain Equipment <[email protected]>
    Onderwerp: Re: Retract combo for TOPRC Voyager

    Hello Rick,

    The main wheels we use for the Voyager have a diameter of 115mm, and the nose has a diameter of 90mm.
    I would recommend going with the GS-200 in any case. The price difference is very small, the GS-200 is only 1€ more expensive than the RS-200 with the programmer. You can turn ON and OFF the gyro assisted brake at your desire. If it works for you, great, if you feel that is not necessary, simply don't use it.

    Here's an updated quote, I have kept the GS-200 as the controller, but I have removed the black edition struts and wheels.

    Let us know your thoughts.
    Regards, Adrián.
  2. 08-23-2021 02:58 AM
    Van: Electron retracts <[email protected]>
    Verzonden: donderdag 8 april 2021 10:31

    Hello Rick,

    As for the GS-200 PRO, this is a controller similar to the GS-200 with a few differences. First and foremost this is the controller required for the new ER-50 NG, but it can also be used with the regular ER-50 or any other retract available. It's mandatory for the ER-50 NG, because this landing gear works with 12V, and only the GS-200 PRO can support those voltages and current levels.

    When used with a regular ER-50, lhe GS-200 PRO offers a few advantages compared to the regular GS-200. The screen is separated from the controller. In the regular GS-200, the servos for the gear doors are powered directly from the receiver, while in the GS-200 PRO, the servos are powered by the battery connected to the GS-200 PRO. This is useful if you use servos that require a high voltage.
    Other than that both controllers have the same menus

    Regards, Adrián
  3. 08-23-2021 02:55 AM
    Hello Orestis,

    Thanks for your mail and congrats at purchasing a Voyager.

    Regarding your Elektron questions, I will copy two e-mails I received from Elektron. Just send Adrián a message and he wil advice you, which struts you need and so on.
    (Because of max 1.000words/message . . . I send you three mails . .) Part 1/3

    Good luck with the build, please post some pic's. Here some pics of my build:

    Kind regards,

  4. 08-23-2021 12:47 AM
    Hello, i just bought a TopRC Voyager but i cant find the stock landing gear so i am planning to buy the set from Electron Retracts. I saw ,on a post that you made, that you bought the retracts from Electron Retracts and i would like to ask you what size should i get for the wheels and the struts to fit in the Voyager

    Thank toy very much, Orestis Kotrotsios.

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