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by admin at 07-17-2018, 07:03 AM
Will this work with a dsg (dual sector gear)? No.
by admin at 06-11-2018, 12:43 PM
AUG erratic behavior - triggering issues caused by loose BBs flying around inside - fix ....


AUG has a hollow body and stray bbs tend to get caught up inside during mag swaps. Sometimes a stray bb will migrate up and lodge itself onto the trigger plate causing triggering issues. 
Recommend putting a barrier inside the body to block strays from entering this section. Wadded paper, insulation, etc. somewhere between the magwell and sensor pwb should be sufficient.
by admin at 06-05-2018, 10:36 AM
WASP B2 product specs have been updated. In brief...

Recommended battery: 2S(7.4V) or 3S(11.1V) capable of safely providing sufficient current to load.
Operating voltage: 6VDC to 16VDC (3S LIPO max)
Current use at 10VDC :Active 25mA peak, Inactive 310uA average
Maximum operating speed: 40 bbs per second. (2400 BPM)
Approximate Dimensions
Length: 42mm plus 58mm motor connector – 100mm overall
Width: 14mm
Thickness: 10.2mm
Weight: 10.8g
On resistance*: less than 2.2mΩ
Max current rating*: 240A 30-100ms or 80A 150ms-5sec
Internal cutoff temperature: 71C / 160F
* Typical performance range with a 40amp miniblade external fuse @ 25deg C.
by admin at 05-20-2018, 09:14 PM
v0.88 allows the rate of fire gage to correctly display up to 40rps


.hex   WASP-E-0.88prod.ino.wasp.hex (Size: 44.22 KB / Downloads: 7)
by admin at 05-16-2018, 08:31 PM
The spec sheet describes the max rate of fire as 25 bps. This is incorrect, 40 bps is obtainable with WASP FCUs. I'll revise the product sheets soon.
by admin at 04-09-2018, 10:02 PM
Dboys AK74UN handguard install of WASP E ... this is a redux. Instead of top of reciever, a better location is under handguard ( better bluetooth comms) plus battery room is more robust. 

Used 16AWG teflon wire and a short pigtail battery extension to allow ez battery hookup. 
Also able to squeeze a turnigy butterfly battery into the compartment as well.

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
by LordSmack at 04-03-2018, 12:32 AM
I'm seeing a few potential issues with my pre install. 

1) ICS lower gearbox's have a cut off release feature to release spring tension. When you put the gun in safe the cutoff lever is disengaged and I believe the gears will spin in reverse to release spring tension. Would this not potentially damage the sensor arm? I speak from experience. During a strip down and reassemble of my UAR I wasn't paying attention and turned the sector backwards. Apparently the sensor arm was half engaged and didn't like the reverse spin and popped off. I had to order another( and you were super fast in taking care of me thanks!) one to get my girl back up and running. I noticed during initial prep that the ICS gear doesn't have that egg shaped section for the cutoff lever. its shaped differently.
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Now since the wasp resets the spring would potential damage ever be an issue. also is the sensor going to have an issue with the shape and the sensor arm? I can also disable the spring reset and avoid any issues all together and possible change the sector gear.

2) The Sensor board sticks above the lower half of the gearbox by a half mil or so. I don't think is will be a problem when the top and bottom half's mate together but what are your thoughts?
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