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VIFLY ShortSaver - New Generation Smoke Stopper

Discussion in 'Drone Builds and Kits' started by johnq816, Jun 12, 2020.

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    Posted by johnq816, Jun 12, 2020 #1
    Current smoke stoppers in market are all automative light-bulb or resettable fuse, both of them have some potential risk. VIFLY ShortSaver is a different one, it is electronic fuse.

    1. Other smoke stoppers just limit not stop the current flow, the leakage current may still damage your components. VIFLY ShortSaver is a different smoke stopper that adopts the electronic fuse to completely cut off the current into your RC build if a short circuit or wiring mistake is detected.

    2. VIFLY ShortSaver would turn off the power to a device that drew in excess of the switchable 1A or 2A threshold within just 10ms. It is far more effective than the old way of using light-bulb or resetting fuse. The shorter the protection time, the safer your build will be as something make break by the time the fuse trips.

    For more details, https://www.viflydrone.com/smokestopper.html

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    Posted by johnq816, Jul 7, 2020 #2
    This video clearly shows how VIFLY ShortSaver can stop your build going up in smoke! It is a must-have accessory on your work bench.

     
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    Posted by johnq816, Sep 11, 2020 #3
    "A smoke stopper is an essential tool for protecting your quad from damage. But until now, the light-bulb smoke stoppers were less than ideal. The ViFly ShortSaver is the smoke stopper you always wanted. It's small. It supports up to 6S voltage. And it uses e-fuses (not polyfuses) so when it shuts off, it really shuts off (and it doesn't light on fire). " ------- Review from Joshua Bardwell

     
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