REMOTE CONTROL TOY BATTERY POWER AND PLEASURE TIME

The biggest delay you face during your RC playtime is battery power.

Seems like just when you get into the relaxation and pleasure of steering that radio control model around, the batteries go dead. Then you gotta delay your fun while you charge those batteries back up, or you make a run to the hardware store for a fresh supply.

In the case where your RC vehicle uses ‘AA’ batteries for the toy, and a 9V battery for the controller, you need a large backup supply. youme power battery Otherwise you won’t keep that toy running for long periods of pleasure. Or if you’re feeling so much stress that you need a lot of mellowing out time.

Stocking extra power sure beats stopping your remote control playtime just to run off for a fresh supply every time your batteries go dead.

Maybe by now you’re realizing what I’m about to suggest, but just in case…

Here’s an idea to help keep that radio control toy running, even when the batteries grow weak. You won’t need any long breaks for charging, just the time required to install fresh power cells, get that toy working right again:

Buy yourself a charging system for alkaline batteries. Charging systems are available in most department stores. A charging system lets you keep a back-up set of batteries powered up, and ready to get you back on the drivers console after just a short break.

When you have a backup supply of power standing by, you save yourself a lot of the frustration that comes when you must stop in the middle of your playtime. You won’t need to stop when a battery goes dead, your vehicle stops running – and you can’t start it back up. You’ll have fresh batteries to install, and get that model quickly back into action.

Kind of like running out of gas 23-miles into the desert at noon…

You know your next move is start walking, but you sure don’t want to take that first step.

If you’re looking for a remote control vehicle for your young ones let me ask you, “How patient will they be when that toy suddenly stops running? How will they react when they find out you don’t have a new battery to get them playing again?”

Do yourself a pro-active favor and stop the frustration from happening. Take note of the power requirements for the RC model you’re ordering. Order an extra set of batteries as you fill out that order form, or while you’re waiting for your model to get home, go stock up on extra power.

Remote Control Cars – A Great Hobby for Everyone

Recently I discovered a wonderful hobby, remote control cars. When I was younger I enjoyed building model car kits and gluing them together, then painting them. I eventually advanced to the RC cars or commonly called radio controlled.

Starting your on radio control hobby can be quiet rewarding from the cheaper models starting at less than $50 and the more expensive ones near $1000. It really is like anything else when buying products; you get what you pay for. Today’s cars are very sophisticated with many features found in your own automobile such as shock absorbers, rubber tires, four-wheel drive, aluminum chassis, and brakes.

With your remote control unit you can make your car accelerate, turn left or right, and reverse using the FM transmitter. Plug in crystals allow you to race on different frequencies so you can run against several other cars. Many of the bigger hobby shops have car clubs with their own tracks to run your cars.

Like their bigger predecessors, occasionally you will crash and need parts to repair your car. That is why I recommend buying a car that has replaceable parts. Almost all the cars costing one hundred dollars and up sell enter changeable parts

There are basically two types of remote-controlled cars; electric (battery) and nitro (a type of fuel) which will run according to charging a battery or filling with fuel.

First let us look at the battery-powered car. Battery powered cars are just as sophisticated as the nitro ones, the only difference being electric motor or a gasoline type engine. Running time is based solely on the amount of charge and the type of battery contained in the car. The newer batteries called Lipo can power a car in access of 70 miles per hour using a brushless DC motor. Many people claim the electric cars are faster than the nitro.

Next, let us look at the nitro powered cars. These cars use a blend of fuels to power a piston actuated motor similar to your own automobile. youme lipo Many models come with pull type starter using a glow plug to fire the engine. I do not recommend these type cars for younger children without strict adult supervision do to the fact you are using gasoline type fuels which could ignite if not properly handled. These types of engines are great for the bigger scale cars and monster trucks.

As you can see, there is more to RC cars than just putting batteries in them and driving them across the living room floor. For anyone who is a car enthusiast and looking for a fun hobby I highly recommend taking a look at remote-controlled cars. This is a great family hobby, for both adults and children that can last for many years.