OS3 HO All Pro

  • Our Price: $199.00
  • Description: OS3 HO ALL Pro - Adjustable Sensitivity, 100 ohm Brake, Coast and Choke. 3-Range Sensitivity switch, Brake/Off/Coast switch.

  • All Pro Series controllers feature the following:
    Compact Design Transistor-in-the-Handle design allows the controller to be light and compact while also reducing the sharp edges and cumbersome weight associated with Transistor-on-the-Wires designs.

    Plastic Base (Pro) Provides Easy-to-Read Labeling and ample spacing. Rigid but soft to survive drops. Curved for easy holding.

    Pivot Rivet Redesigned rivet removes the slop in the bushing and eliminates the need for bearings. It also locks into the frame to prevent the trigger from drifting in position.

    Protected Circuitry The main transistor is internally protected from short circuits. An external Mini Automotive fuse is included to protect track wiring and Power Supplies but is not necessary to protect the controller. The fuse can be easily checked and quickly replaced. The electronic circuit board is hidden in the handle or protected by the plastic display panel. This prevents a drop from cracking the circuit board and damaging the controller. The All Pro switches are also positioned so that they can't be inadvertantly switched when laying the controller down. The controller can be laid down anywhere without risk of having the circuitry contact the track and cause damage to the controller.

    Nickel-Plated board Resists wear while providing good electrical contact. Use of a wiper board vice a "wiperless" pot removes the need for annoying switches that click everytime you pull or release the trigger.

    Flexible Wiper Arm Prevents the need for complicated and expensive hinges while performing the same function of maintaining positive contact with minimal pressure to the wiping surface.

    Aluminum Frame Redesigned frame serves as a heatsink and houses all components reducing overall weight.


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