AIM USB 4 released

13 November 2017

The new AIM USB 4 has been released! The new AIM USB is 100k feet capable and features 40 amp ejection transisters as well as a tinly 65mm x 25mm PCB size. The unit also includes a micro USB cable used with most modern phones.

AIM XTRA 2.02 released

25 January 2015

The new AIM XTRA 2.02 has been released. Included in the hardware upgrade is the MAX8Q GPS module - an incredibly accurate and sensitive GPS receiver. The new unit has much faster acquisition and improved lock!

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Nicholas Sunderlin

05 August 2012

"We finally had a clear day and an FAA waiver for our launch yesterday. We launched an L1115. We were aiming for 10,000ft and got roughly 9600ft. We are Unbelievably happy with your AIM XTRA gps unit. Soon after launch we lost visual of the rocket into the clouds and never regained site of it. During the flight we continuously received data from the unit and tracked it. Due to the high winds we found it in a corn field about a mile away. Everything worked without a flaw. Attached is the kml and csv file obtained from the unit after recovery. We never lost signal and found it within 10 feet of the gps coordinates on the unit. I absolutely love this AIM XTRA. Nicholas Sunderlin - University at Buffalo"

Justin Gomersall

03 August 2012

"We launched today with the new 7.4v 800mah battery. The launch was perfect and the below graph confirms this."

Coleman Merchant

20 September 2017

Hi David!

Just wanted to reach out with you to share what I (through the Princeton Rocketry Club) accomplished this summer with two AIM XTRA units...

The project used a 54mm diameter L class motor (the blue part is all motor!) to reach M3.05 and 39,125 feet per the GPS - well in excess of the current NAR/TRA L altitude record. It was designed around being a low-cost (1.5k budget including launch tower system), high performance vehicle to test the limits of my pre-preg carbon and kevlar composite structures and build techniques (high G, high speed @ low altitude for very extreme max. Q). It had dual AIM XTRA's that performed flawlessly, with incredible parity of data between them (the GPS chips are fantastic!).