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Suppliers > Black Magic Missile Works

Black Magic Missile Works
18825 Santee Lane
Valley Center, CA 92082
United States

Phone: (760) 749-8291
Fax: (760) 749-4058


Provide hardware and software engineering and manufacturing resources for special use systems targeted at the mid to high end amateur rocketry market, as well as low end commercial customers. Our modular systems make it easy and economical to provide what ever the customer requires, even up to the FAA Level III limits (150 Km. maximum altitude, suborbital). Starter systems are competitively priced with other much less flexible and lower performance systems.

We use these computers ourselves not only to fly our rockets, but operate our static test stand and control our computer controlled hybrid rocket motors.

These motors use the 6-channel Driver module for a digital Oxidizer flow control system. When equipped with the required base module, telemetry, high performance GPS, Inertial Sensor and ADC module(s) it provides a complete flight control system for high altitude flight.


Updated: March 25, 2010