An electrical launch controller is essential for launching model rockets in a safe and controlled manner. Model Rocketry Safety Code compliant launch controllers include a removable safety key that prevents launch when the key is removed, and a launch switch that returns to the closed position when released. A launch controller will also provide sufficient distance to the launch pad for the size of the motor: 15 feet for D motors or smaller, and 30 feet for E - G motors. High power motors have additional requirements outlined in the High Power Rocket Safety Code.
Rocketry WorksMSRP:Now: $19.49Was:This extended length igniter lead allows you to place an away pad 15, 25, or 35 ft away from the main pad. Designed to work with the Houston launch controller's RCA port igniter connectors, the lead is made of sturdy 18 gauge lamp wire, with hand...RW-LG-HOUSTON-LONG-LEADMSRP:Now: $19.49Was:
EstesMSRP:Now: $28.49Was:Estes' classic launch controller design in its current incarnation, this launch controller has a 17 ft of cable, micro clips, safety key, continuity light, and launch button.Suitable for launching min and standard Estes model rocket motors from 1/4A - C...EST-2220MSRP:Now: $28.49Was:
Rocketry WorksMSRP:Now: $84.99Was:A sturdy low to mid power launch controller is built to launch all day and ignite clustered igniters quickly and completely; that's what Antares brings to the launch range. The Antares launch controller features 50 ft of durable 18 gauge lamp cord--well...RW-LG-ANTARESMSRP:Now: $84.99Was:
EstesMSRP:Now: $37.99Was:This combo pack of Estes' classic launch pad and controller contains Estes' Electron Beam launch controller and the Porta Pad II launch pad.EST-2222MSRP:Now: $37.99Was: