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RC Logger LC

RC Logger LC
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Model: RCL-10003
Manufacturer: RC Logger
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RC Logger LC

The "RC Logger LC" has an internal 4 MB flash memory chip and logs all add-on sensor data into the memory which can be analyzed with the RC Logger Viewer PC Software. Data may also be transmitted to a Notebook or PC via the down-link TX/RX module (not included). The "RC Logger LC" connects maximum 8 add-on modules at the same time and is fully compatible with the "RC Logger HD". Alternatively data may be viewed in real-time via the "RC Logger LC" LCD ground display station using the down-link module.

The "RC Logger LC" can be triggered via a free RC receiver channel or manually and set to auto-triggering mode. It includes a microUSB charging port, a down-link data port to connect the TX/RX module as well as an add-on sensor data port and a power and status led as well as an on/off switch. The "RC Logger LC" is very small an light weight. The trigger interval can be set by the user via the RC Logger Viewer PC software. If the trigger cable (included) is connected the RC Logger LC will be powered by the RC -helicopters / -airplanes / -cars battery.


External sensor data bus (connect up to 8 external sensor modules)

Status LED

Power LED

Trigger/Power input (trigger automatically or by receiver/transmitter)

4 MB internal flash memory

microUSB 2.0 data/charging port

TX/RX port for 2.4 GHz wireless ground transmission modules (2 types optional available) 

Upgradeable firmware

Device driver for Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 (64 bit currently not supported)


Main Unit Specifications 
Internal flash memory size: 4 MB
Data to PC port: microUSB (USB 2.0)
Trigger port: available (Futaba type)
Module port: 1 port (max. 8 modules)
TX/RX module port: available 
Internal battery: 1 x CR1220 (3 V/DC)

Electrical Specifications 
Operating voltage: 4.8 to 6 V/DC
Current consumption: max. 150 mA (without additional modules) , max. 750 mA (with additional modules)
Output voltage to external sensor: 3.6 to 6 V/DC
Output current to external sensor: max. 600 mA

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