Light Magic Wiring

Light Magic Wiring

We have been playing with new graphics software, and I thought that it might provide clear illustrations of how to wire your Light Magic. Light Magic has five connectors, three are outputs to the three light circuits, and two are inputs for power and signal.

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Spectacular A26 Invader

Spectacular A26 Invader

Check out this spectacular A26 display model with wireless controls, sound and lighting systems by Lake Microsystems. The display model, owned by Peter Hambling, owner of the Seattle based “Sexy Sue,” a full scale A26, has a 130 inch wingspan. The model, an exact copy of Sexy Sue called “Little …

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Installing Jet Magic with Afterburner In a Lanier Technologies F9F Panther

Jet Magic is a scale lighting system and an led afterburner. Since the installation of the scale lighting is described in another blog, this post will concentrate on the installation the afterburner.

What makes Lake Microsystems afterburner stand apart from the others is its ability to be fully responsive to the …

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Light Magic Scale Radio Controlled Lighting on a 72″ VENOM C-47 Skytrain

In this post we will install a Light Magic in a Venom C-47. We chose this plane for it’s size to demonstrate the methods used to install Light Magic on a large foam airplane that will have it’s wings removed for transportation. For this reason, and extra  Scale LED Lighting …

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Add led lighting to your scale R/C aircraft

Authentic scale lighting adds an important element of realism you your scale R/C airplane. This article will show you step by step how to add authentic led lighting to your scale airplane.

Led lights make a terrific addition to a scale R/C aircraft for many reasons. First, they allow you to …

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Installation of Light Magic

Light Magic Installation

 

Here we will demonstrate the installation of  Light Magic into an ESM Fairey Sworfdish.  Installation of this unit and all other Lake Microsystems controllers is straightforward. No special skills are required.

Once you determine where your receiver is going to be located, position your Light Magic close by. …

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