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Micro active brake with wiring

Micro active brake with wiring
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Micro active brake with wiring

Product code: JT-BRZ-06

Reduced from 23.80 €
11.88 € incl. VAT
(9.82 € w/o VAT)

in stock (3 pcs)

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Product description: Micro active brake with wiring

- professionally designed and manufactured mosfet with motor active braking with 500mm long wires on each side for airsoft electric guns (AEG)
- very small device dimension - it fits nearly everywhere
- four high quality 1,5qmm (AWG16) power wires covered with silicon insulation and two 0,25qmm (AWG24) signal wires
- If you want to use your own wires, choose device without wiring.
 - active break uses the excess energy from the motor to stop it. The braking effect is the most powerful with high torgue motor
- in weapons with very high rate of fire (ROF) active brake solves multiple shots in semi mode
- in semi fire mode piston isn't partially stretched, spring is fully released, parts in mechabox aren't under strain and nozzle locks hop-up chamber in greater part (depends on ROF)
- in auto fire mode piston stops in random position due the mechabox design. But this stopping is much faster with active brake
- Active brake increases gun rate of fire and battery holds longer
- no sparking on switch contacts
- specified for common batteries: Ni-xx 8.4 - 12V, lipol 7.4 - 11.1V
- designed for spring M130 and ROF 25bb/s. For higher load use Active brake or extreme variant of this device
- easy to understand 6 wires connection
- device size 29x11x8mm
- coated with lacquer, which protects device against water
- in package is heat shrink over device and installation manual in English, which you can see here [PDF, 207.72 kB]

WARNING: Installation of this device leave to expert, who could solder and disassemble airsoft gun. Never user soldering gun!


Modified connection diagram for weapon AUG or P90

VIDEO: Difference between Active break and common wiring