Estes Rockets E Launch Controller
Estes 2230 E Launch Controller Parts

E Launch Controller

SKU: 002230
$35.99
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2230 E Launch Controller is a must when launching “E” engine powered rockets but can be used to launch all Estes engines.

Upgrade the capacity of your launch controller with the “E”. This launch controller enables you to launch the E Estes motors, but can launch any Estes Engine. This controller includes a safety switch, continuity check, and that good ole’ button called “Launch”.

It comes complete with safety key and 30 ft. of cable. Requires 4 “AA” alkaline batteries, not included.

2230 E Launch Controller is a must when launching “E” engine powered rockets but can be used to launch all Estes engines.

Upgrade the capacity of your launch controller with the “E”. This launch controller enables you to launch the E Estes motors, but can launch any Estes Engine. This controller includes a safety switch, continuity check, and that good ole’ button called “Launch”.

It comes complete with safety key and 30 ft. of cable. Requires 4 “AA” alkaline batteries, not included.

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Flip :-)
We used the 'standard' ESTES launch system for months -

We used the 'standard' ESTES launch system for months - the old idea just didn't work very well - depending on the quality of the batteries used. ;-(
My daughter and grand-daughter both are using this launch system - for now, until I finish building my own designed igniter and launch platform. - NOT ADVISED FOR ANYONE NOT QUALIFIED AND NEWBIES !!!! ( I'm qualified, ex-military explosives technician )

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Sine Nomine
If you only use conventional (ie, not composite) motors, this

If you only use conventional (ie, not composite) motors, this is a great choice and a step up from the launcher that comes with most launch kits. Longer, heavy duty wires make a difference. It also uses AAs instead of 9vs. You'd think that wouldn't matter, but with the change to the new style starters (which just get hot and don't have any actual ignition source like the old kind did), you need high quality batteries to push enough current through the starter. Finding great AAs is easier great 9vs in my experience. Cruddy batteries will cause problems, especially on cold days. Construction of the case is good but not great - my older model had a little cover over the continuity light that keeps falling off. Looks like they phased that out.

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Jason Portnoy
VERY cheaply made product and total waste of money.They break

VERY cheaply made product and total waste of money.They break very easily, I have gone through 4 of them. Get the pro series launch controller instead.