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Down and Locked formerly WRC Wike R/C Products IBEF Ignition Battery Eliminating Filter for any battery type including Li-Ion, Li-Poly, NiMh, NiCad, A123
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Down and Locked formerly WRC Wike R/C Products IBEF Ignition Battery Eliminating Filter for any battery type including Li-Ion, Li-Poly, NiMh, NiCad, A123

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$49.95
 
Item# (WRCIBEFV2.1)

 

  • Overview

This IBEF is for all battery types 4.8 volts to 16 volts.

The Wike R/C IBEF Battery Ignition Eliminator Filter saves the weight of an ignition battery and provides a IMAA required transmitter controlled ignition kill switch. The IBEF is designed to be plugged into the receiver and run the ignition from the receiver batteries or power system. This simplifies charging by only having to charge receiver batteries. Ignition power can be turned on and off by assigning the channel the IBEF is plugged into to a 2 position switch. The IBEF can work with any battery type from 4.8 volts to 16 volts.

The IBEF has a high efficiency switching regulator that provides power the ignition and also some very good filters that prevent noise and interference from the ignition system from getting back into the receiver. To prove how good the filters work do a range test on your airplane with the engine running at different RPMs with an ignition battery first then do a range test with the IBEF instead and note that you will typically see no difference in range. This will prove the safety of the system.

The switching regulator in the IBEF is factory preset for a 5.0V output but is adjustable from under 5 Volts to over 6 Volts. The IBEF can accept any voltage from 4.5 to 16 volts. High voltage systems are completely compatible with the IBEF. It is up to 95% efficient unlike linear regulators it can deliver almost 4500mAh at 5V from an 8V 3000mAh battery. Additionally, if the battery voltage falls below the desired regulated voltage output the IBEF will output the battery voltage with no drop in voltage.

There is no heat sink required and the regulator can deliver 5 Amps continuous as well as it is current limited at 5 Amps peak. The IBEF can be used to power other electronics beside ignitions and provide transmitter switch control such as smoke pumps, motors, lights, etc.

Input Voltage Range 4.5 16 Volts
Output Voltage Range ~4.7 - ~ 6.5 Volts
Output Current 0.1 5.0 Amps (continuous and peak)
Temperature Range -40 to 85 deg C (-40 to 185deg F)
Size 1 1/4" x 2 7/8" x 3/4"
Weight 1.1 oz
Input Voltage Range 4.5 16 Volts
Output Voltage Range ~4.7 - ~ 6.5 Volts
Output Current 0.1 5.0 Amps (continuous and peak)
Temperature Range -40 to 85 deg C (-40 to 185deg F)
Size 1 1/4" x 2 7/8" x 3/4"
Weight 1.1 oz
WRCIBEFV2.pdf - 49KB

 

 






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