XGuard RC XGlow Pro Glow Igniter

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XGuard RC XGlow Pro Glow Igniter
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The XGuard RC XGlow Pro Glow Igniter is a highly advanced glow igniter, packed with features that includes the standard glow igniter function, but adds additional functions like good-bad glow plug sensor, a wide voltage range of 4V-10V providing constant glow-plug current at any voltage level, model locator buzzing horn controlled by a radio switch, voltage monitor with LED lights and emergency Buzzing Horn when critically low.

Additional functionally is available when purchasing optional connection packages that include anti-chicken dance, and anti-hot start. See below for additional features, and parts requirement.

Normal Standard Functions:
  • Both Push ON Switch and Radio Switch
  • Audio feedback warns when glow plug is defective
  • A three position switch can be used for 1) OFF 2) Locator Buzzer and 3) Glow Plug On
Built-in Additional Functions (if you want to use them):
  • If throttle connected to port 1 Bottom it won’t start when open (No hot starts)
  • If RPM sensor connected it will monitor RPM and throttle and will stop a runaway engine when it sees RPM while throttle is disconnected (Chicken Dance prevention)
Notes: 
Adjustable output levels: For use with Enya plugs and thicker elements 
Advanced sensor: Automatic heat adjustment in the event of a fuel soaked plug

This product was added to our catalog on December 9, 2020

Verified Owner
Tuesday, Nov 30 2021 (about a year ago)
XGuard RC XGlow Pro Glow Igniter
Packed full of features expect for reverse polarity protection:(
Verified Owner
Monday, Mar 29 2021 (about a year ago)
XGuard RC XGlow Pro Glow Igniter
I'm an airplane guy. I use an onboard glow driver for inverted engines to keep them idling reliably. Jason from Amain suggested I take this in lieu of a SwitchGlo which is apparently on backorder forever. I glanced at it and it looked like a typical glo driver that could work for me, so I took a chance. Sorry I did. To mention a few manufacturers, SwitchGlo, Sullivan, and Electrodynamics glo drivers enable the throttle to turn the glo on at low throttle, and off at a higher throttle setting. This system looks at on/off more as a manual operation. They recommend a 2 or 3 position transmitter switch for remote use. I thought using the throttle rather than a switch might work. It sort of does does, but the ON command (throttle idle) starts a timer that’s configurable up to 30 seconds. Advancing the throttle will stop the glo, but that’s not the problem. It’s the timeout. I don’t want the engine to quit waiting for takeoff, or on a long descent. Doesn’t work for me. If you could disable the timeout, it would be fine.

Update: Jason is awesome, very helpful. Turns out the SwitchGlo has come in and I'll swap the XGuard for a SwitchGlo.