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==Description==
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==Basic safety concept==
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The receiver power supply in the R/C aircraft should not be dependent on one single battery. If the battery fails e. g. due to a short circuit or cable break, the flight model is no longer controllable.
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==DPSI dual power supplies==
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All DPSI dual power supplies work with the parallel discharge of both batteries. If one of the batteries fails the second battery remains. So the control of the model aircraft is still guaranteed.
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In contrast to a simple parallel connection the circuitry of the two batteries within a DPSI dual power supply is electronically sealed.
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The following DPSI power supplies are equipped with dual power function:
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* [[DPSI Micro DualBat]]
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* [[DPSI BIC]]
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* [[DPSI Ampere]]
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* [[DPSI RV Mini|DPSI Mini series]]
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* [[DPSI 2001 RV]]
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* [[DPSI RV (2010)]]
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* [[DPSI 2018]]
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* [[DPSI 2018 Duplex Edition]]

Latest revision as of 07:30, 29 June 2018

Basic safety concept

The receiver power supply in the R/C aircraft should not be dependent on one single battery. If the battery fails e. g. due to a short circuit or cable break, the flight model is no longer controllable.

DPSI dual power supplies

All DPSI dual power supplies work with the parallel discharge of both batteries. If one of the batteries fails the second battery remains. So the control of the model aircraft is still guaranteed.

In contrast to a simple parallel connection the circuitry of the two batteries within a DPSI dual power supply is electronically sealed.

The following DPSI power supplies are equipped with dual power function: