Plug it into your receiver and you instantly have an on/off switch controlled by any channel on your radio.
The Turnigy switch will complete a circuit when the radio channel passes 50%. Connect it to your flap or gear channel for an instant on/off switch! Great for custom lighting, sound or effects projects, remote glow igniters, remote starter motors or even custom smoke machines. The possibilities are endless!
I am not sure, whetther you remain in specification regarding the voltages.
What you can do is, take item
9171000272-0, which is a relay switch, and position the relay over the origin kill switch. That might work reliable. I would´*n´*t do that with a FET, for me, to close to voltage peaks of the spark-.coil, especially, when giving ignition free. Hope that helps for your decision.
Eddie you could put it in your aircrafts circuit inplace of the main switch ie between battery and receiver. you will see the servos jump and work as usual when sw on. Alternatively use a battery, LED and dropping resister in series. sw on the led will light.
The problme is like this.
At the very first time I made it before wire soldering.
But when I connect futaba connector to Rx, my car automatically turn on & ECS Cooling fan run fastly.
And the jumper pins are placed correctly, but I'll recheck it.
That left hand connector looks wrong -ve is going to ve on Right side connector?
It would be best to check the cars wiring then go through the sw wiring again.
what is the balance plug on the left, is that for the receiver battery its hard to follow the pic
This one is working with a FET. The one you mentioned with the given code is a relay switch, that has other specification.
Both has its own dis-/advantages. The relay is potential-free and it works with AC, too, up to 125V but on low current only. To switch a simple LED-light, it is does not care which one you choose.
Its the HK-T6A V2.
Im using a 3rd party Application to programme it which I found was better than the T6A config
did try adjusting the endpoints (I think) but this switch seems to need to go over half way to turn on and under half way to turn off. I could get it to do one or the other but not both. Any suggestions I'm game to try.
I have one of these and it does not respond to switch control. It needs to go over 50% to turn on and then under 50% to turn off.
Maybe there is some way to programme my Tx to go to from -100% to 100% with the switch....