USM-RC Engine-Sound and Light Module from Beier-Elektroniks

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Re: USM-RC Engine-Sound and Light Module from Beier-Elektroniks

Postby Marten77 on Sat Feb 27, 2010 11:31 pm

Hello Nicolas,

There are 7 outputs to use for lights.
They can handle a maximum of 500mA...
500mA / 20mA = 25 led's (if they use each 20mA)

On my last video, the truck is still in a test-setup :lmao
I didn't install my lights yet... hopefully to find some time.
So I don't have some useful pictures from my light-setup. (sorry for that...)

Here a hint for all...
A English manual from Graupner (it's the same module):
http://www.graupner.de/fileadmin/downloadcenter/anleitungen/2382.F_S_soundswitch__de_gb_fr.pdf
It's not the manual from the last software, bud it's almost the same.

I hope this info answered your question :winkbig

@ semibigrigger,

Yes, it's a very nice system... great work from Beier.
So far... I'm very happy with this sound and light module... it gets only better and better with the software updates.

I have ordered a Yeti Duplex 2.4Ghz module to upgrade my radio-system.
https://www.electricwingman.com/jeti-duplex-tu-2,4ghz-transmitter-module.aspx
When I get this set, I hope it will work together with this:
http://www.modellbau-city.de/Elektronik/nauticmc.htm (German site)
I have ordered the TR24 for my Graupner MC-19 radio...
With this module it's possible to control 24 sounds ore/and light commando's with a single radio-channel !

I will come back soon about this update and let you guy's now if it works...
Best regards,
Marten

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Re: USM-RC Engine-Sound and Light Module from Beier-Elektroniks

Postby skl1cent on Mon Mar 01, 2010 1:02 am

Custom sound Detroit 8v71 still unfinished
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Re: USM-RC Engine-Sound and Light Module from Beier-Elektroniks

Postby easycure on Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:55 am

Marten77 wrote:Hello Nicolas,

There are 7 outputs to use for lights.
They can handle a maximum of 500mA...
500mA / 20mA = 25 led's (if they use each 20mA)



Hi Marten77,

Thanx a lot for those answers !

One more question: outputs can handle a max of 500Ma, is it per output or is it for all outputs together ?

By the way, on the Graupner and Beier manual we can read 0,3A max, not 0,5A ?

One again, thanx a lot for your answers ! This sound and light module seems really impressive !!!

Best regards
Nicolas
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Re: USM-RC Engine-Sound and Light Module from Beier-Elektroniks

Postby Marten77 on Mon Mar 01, 2010 3:11 pm

Hello Skl1cent,

That's sounds awesome :woohoo :woohoo :woohoo
Nice to see you have ordered one too...
I hope you find your way too program/setup this module.
On this moment I don't have much time to do something on my truck.
(have a new job)

@ Nicolas,

Yeah... you are right about the maximum, they give a lower maximum for safety. (overheating)
This means you can switch 300mA with each output.

And I'm sure you will like this module too :cheese
Best regards,
Marten

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Re: USM-RC Engine-Sound and Light Module from Beier-Elektroniks

Postby easycure on Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:57 pm

Marten77 wrote:@ Nicolas,

Yeah... you are right about the maximum, they give a lower maximum for safety. (overheating)
This means you can switch 300mA with each output.

And I'm sure you will like this module too :cheese


PERFECT !

this sound module will be mine in a few days (or weeks)

and with the upcoming IR trailer module it will be awesome !!!

one again Marten77, thanx a lot for your answers and for having presented this nice module

best regards
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Re: USM-RC Engine-Sound and Light Module from Beier-Elektroniks

Postby skl1cent on Tue Mar 02, 2010 3:00 pm

heheh yea making sounds is the shiettttt :)
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Re: USM-RC Engine-Sound and Light Module from Beier-Elektron

Postby bricoleur on Tue Apr 19, 2011 1:31 pm

have you got other thing of this modul
aves vous d'autre informations sur ce module
just for models
I am French please excuse me for my language I do not speak about your language(tongue) and uses translator
(je suis français veuillez m'excuser pour mon langage je ne parle pas votre langue et utilise des traducteur)
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