This is Signal. A rocketry flight computer for thrust vectoring, controlling parachutes, data logging, and in-flight emergency aborts. Safer, more realistic flights—no fins required.
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- One Signal R2 flight computer
- Full set of building and flying instructions
- Flight Computer mounting brackets for a 74mm airframe
- One 74mm thrust vectoring mount for 29mm motors
- All required M3.5 mounting screws
- BPS stickers!
- Flight computer and TVC cutout/drill guides for a 74mm airframe
- Two 50cm TVC servo extension cables
What's Not Included
- An 11.1v LiPo battery, or a standard 9v
- Their respective connectors, with exposed-end wires
- These LiPo batteries will power Signal for several hours on the pad
- A Micro SD card, required for programming and operation of the flight computer
- These Micro SD cards work well
- At least 2, 30cm lengths of the appropriate motor mount tube
- One to line the outside of the motor, the other to align the TVC mount
- I've found that these work quite well
- At least 2, 45cm lengths of 74mm body tube for the rocket
- All parts are built to fit in these specific airframes
- Standard tools
- Hobby knife, epoxy/glue, standard screwdriver, etc