Emits different sequences of "beeps" to signal potentially risky
flight pack conditions.
1. Low Battery Alarm- when flight pack voltage levels are low,
to identify an impending power failure.
2. Lost Airplane Finder- as a tracking device, when searching for
a model that has crashed.
3. Transmitter Inactivity Signal- if the respective Tx stick hasn't
been moved for over one minute, warns that either the
transmitter is not turned ON, or the receiver has not been
turned OFF, or some other signal problem exists.
For 4.8V battery pack ONLY
Easy flush mounting inside or outside the fuselage
Ultra lightweight, micro-thin case is foam-cushioned for durability
and to protect components inside.
Includes a Universal connector for use with most common radio systems
such as Futaba J, Airtronics Z, Hitec S, JR, Tower Hobbies.
One Air Alert Flight Pack Monitor w/One Male and One Female
One 13/16" square of double-sided tape
One instruction card
Plug Air Alert into receiver throttle channel, and throttle servo
into Air Alert. Turn receiver ON. Air Alert will emit One Beep
to confirm Power is ON.
Weight: .35oz (10g)
Board Thickness: 3/16"
Overall Thickness: 9/16" (with beeper)
Wire Length: 5½" (each wire)
Air Alert is for 4.8V batteries Only
If cust is wanting to use the Air Alert with standard Airtronics he
will need to purchase both AIRM4400 and the 479399 Servo Adapter.
The Servo Adapter fits between the Air Alert and the rx.
AIRM4400 goes between the battery and the Air Alert.
updated snew 3/22/01