In modern glider cockpits there are now countless buttons, switches and displays. Our Sotecc Anti-collision LED flashers can now work fully automatically in combination with the connectBOX.
We therefore highly recommend combining the LED flashers (LED-canopy flash and LED-strobe flash) with the Sotecc connectBOX.
When switching on the avionics of your glider, the flasher is armed, but still not flashing and is waiting for your take-off.
Once gaining speed on your take-off roll, the flasher starts flashing with a battery saving flash frequency.
If a potential collision threat is recognized (depending on several parameters, Flarm for example), the canopy flash automatically switches into the alarm-mode, the flashes are getting more remarkable and more aggressive.
After landing and coming to a full stop, the strobe flash automatically stops flashing and is then again ready and armed for the next flight.
All this without increased pilot workload and without any switch. ItÂ´s as simple as that.
Glider pilots are individualists, that's why the flashers can be configured individually.
With the "Sotecc-Configurator" provided, depending on your preference the connectBOX settings can be easily adjusted, such as; the flashing frequency, the alarm threshold and the visibility of the LED's.
-Reduced pilot workload.
-Less potential for errors due to automatic mode.
-Protection also against aircraft without flarm.
-Battery saving normal operation.
---To 1 connectBOX, up to 1x canopy flasher and 2x strobe (fuselage) flashers can be connected.---
Included in the delivery:
- Sotecc configurator
- shielded cables for installation
- User and installation instructions
Cable length: 5m
Operating temperature: âˆ’30Â°C to +85Â°C
Input voltage range: 9 - 18V DC
Power consumption: 100 mA @12V