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Custom, hand-built electronic circuits designed to improve and enhance the fun and thrill of radio-controlled models.


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Shortages and Price Increases

     I'm sure most of our customers have already heard about the world-wide shortages of electronic parts and components, including the chips that are used in a lot of the products we manufacture. These "chips", which are actually microcontrollers, are the heart of many of our circuits, and in spite of the shortages being reported in the news, we haven't had too much difficulty in getting them until the last month or so.  But recently, several of our orders for them have not been filled, and suppliers estimate that, in some cases, it may be several weeks before they are back in stock.


     We are working hard to find the parts we need to keep our circuits, as well as many of the other parts we sell, in stock and in quantities that will allow us to fulfill all our customer's needs.  But in the next few months a few of our circuits may be shown as Out of Stock for just a few days.  I'm going to keep them on the website, so customers can still order them, and we'll fill the orders just as quickly as we can, and in the order they are received.  If any parts appear that they are going to be unavailable for any significant length of time, I'll notify anyone with an outstanding order, and we'll offer refunds, or make other arrangements.

    Going forward, we are committed to keeping our prices as low as possible, in the face of rising component prices, and tariffs that are being added to a lot of electronics parts that are made in China.  But you may see a slight increase in some prices, as we struggle with the effects of the pandemic on the world's economy.  We appreciate all of our customers, and your support and encouragement! 



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Programmable On-Board Glow Driver featured in July issue of Model Aviation

     Check out the RC Scale column (Pages 76-78) in the July issue of the AMA's flagship publication, Model Aviation, for a nice article by Stan Alexander that includes information on another DRCE product. Stan was building a 1/4-scale Cub, powered by a twin-cylinder OS-120 Gemini glow engine, and wanted to include an on-board glow driver to keep it running smoothly at low speeds, and to make it easier to start than using a pair of glow starters. Stan installed one of our Programmable On-Board Glow Drivers, and documented the build with pictures and other information.

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Swap Meet Schedule

     Our swap meet schedule for 2022 is beginning to fill up, as the effects of the pandemic on our hobby has started to fade.  Many of the clubs and organizations that were forced to cancel their events in 2020 and 2021 are planning to resume them for the 2022 season, and we're anxious to get out there not only to see some of our old, faithful customers, but to make new ones as well.  Here's how the schedule is looking so far for the coming 2022 season!

March 4th & 5th, 2022

Georgia Aircraft Modelers Association, Inc.

The Southeastern Model Show

The North Georgia Fairgrounds and Agricultural Center

Interstate I-75, exit 135

Perry, Georgia


Friday 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

McGill Building- Tables K45-K48.

March 12th, 2022

Central Pennsylvania Aeromodelers Association

40th Annual Radio Control Expo

Lebanon Fairgrounds

80 Rocherty Road

Lebanon, Pennsylvania


Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Table numbers to be announced

April 1st & 2nd, 2022


The Toledo RC Swap Meet

The Seagate Convention Centre

401 Jefferson Avenue

Toledo, Ohio


Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Table numbers to be announced

April 29th & 30th, 2022

The Dayton Wingmasters

The 2022 Dayton Modelrama

Montgomery County Fairgrounds

645 Infirmary Road

Dayton, Ohio


Friday 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Saturday 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Table numbers to be announced

We hope to meet you on the road...
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     This Glow Driver is available in three "versions", a Single-Cylinder, a Twin-Cylinder, and a Twin-Engine version.  The only difference in the single and twin versions is the additional glow plug connector and the size of the battery (included), while the only difference in the twin-engine and twin cylinder versions is the length and arrangement of the cables that connect the glow plugs and the ground connections.  This is one of our oldest and most popular circuits, and has proven to be very rugged and reliable.  And best of all, it requires no ugly panel to be mounted on the outside of the model, spoiling the look of a nice warbird.  Everything can be concealed inside the fuse for a clean, scale-like installation.

The kits include everything you need, the glow driver controller, a 2500mAh or 5000mAh NiCad battery pack, a plastic mounting case, a holder for the Remote Indicator LED, an extra Deans connector for your charger, it even includes a plastic tool to make installing the glow plug head easier!