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  1. MGL


    I can not get results, followed the instructions but I must be doing something wrong. To get the passkey, connect a USB-Serial cable (the same cable that’s used with all Eggtimer Rocketry products) to the 3-pin header as follows: BLACK wire – GND WHITE wire – TX GREEN wire – not used Using...
  2. C

    The Famous Eggtimer Rocketry Holiday Sale - 2019

    It's that time of the year again, when Eggtimer fans of the past, present, and future take advantage of the joy of the holidays and save big bucks (which can be used to buy motors or "that" kit that you've been pining for). Since we don't like being haunted by spirits at 4:00 am in order to...
  3. dvdsnyd

    SOLD Eggtimer TRS, Fully Built

    Hello, I have for sale a fully built Eggtimer TRS. $70, plus shipping, Paypal Friends and Family. Only flown once or twice - works well. This is the same price as a kit in the last year's Eggtimer holiday sale. Thanks, Dave
  4. C

    Ham and Eggs - Eggtimer TRS & LCD Now in 70cm Ham Version

    Eggtimer Rocketry is proud to announce the availability of our premier GPS tracking product, the Eggtimer TRS GPS transmitter/altimeter and the Eggfinder LCD receiver on the 70cm Ham band. This is our first Ham-only product, with some advantages over the non-licensed 900 mHz band products...
  5. Cameron Anderson

    Marsa33 with Eggtimer wi-fi switch

    Anyone have a wiring diagram they have used successfully with a Marsa33 and an eggtimer wi-fi switch? Looking to use two Marsa events for traditional dual-deploy and the other two for staging (sustainer motor ignition and separation charge, using the wi-fi switch for those events).
  6. C

    New Eggtimer Proton Firmware - 1.02N

    After several months of testing and in conjunction with our policy of continuous product improvement, we've now released a new version of the Eggtimer Proton firmware. It incorporates a number of enhancements and fixes, including: * You can now calibrate the accelerometer vertically while on...
  7. Gary Mac

    Flight Computers: Accelerometers vs Barometric Sensors

    I've got some experience with the basic eggtimer flight computer, which I understand is a barometric sensor based flight computer. I'm now working towards my L3 and needing to invest in a 2nd flight computer to meet the redundancy requirements. I've heard that for an L3-cert level flight...