Altimeter w/wireless connection to charges.

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MClark

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I was at LDRS, two years ago, and there was a vendor with an altimeter/flight computer with wireless modules for outputs.
I can't remember who it was and searching came up empty handed.
Does it still exist? Anyone use one?

Mark
 

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Mark, as Steve stated it is Marsa. Really nice units. On my short list when I have money for avionics.
 

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Hi Mark, yes it was me you talked to at Potter. The website picture is not working but the units you looked are on this link below.

The unit on the bottom left is the remote pyro unit. Each unit has 2 programmable remote outputs, 2 units can be used on the system for up to 4 remote pyro channels.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/pfhf81tjeyt7a29/20150617_182609.jpg?dl=0
 

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Hi Mark, yes it was me you talked to at Potter. The website picture is not working but the units you looked are on this link below.

The unit on the bottom left is the remote pyro unit. Each unit has 2 programmable remote outputs, 2 units can be used on the system for up to 4 remote pyro channels.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/pfhf81tjeyt7a29/20150617_182609.jpg?dl=0
I can personally vouch for the quality of these. I have tested them rigorously and they work well.
 

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That's the one.
I am at the earliest stage of a project and looking at electronics options.
Thank you

Mark
 

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