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Turnigy Receiver Controlled Switch

Turnigy Receiver Controlled Switch

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!
 
Spec;
Maximum throughput : 10A / 30v
Weight: 7g


 

 

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PRODUCT ID: LUM-ONF

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$7.65

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Total of 251 discussions.
ecosniper  106 points - 2/11/2016
 
Hello, i hope someone can help me I bought this units to replace the picoswitch relays. I just need to close a circuit, no lights or pumps or other load. I hardwired a camera, so i only need to close the camera trigger wires. is it posible do this with this item? i tried to wire same way as my picoswitches worked, but nothing happens
RonInOttawa  1 points - 12/10/2015
 
I recently bought 3 of these switches and none of them seem to work. Now I would accept that one of three was defective but not 3 of 3, so that leaves me messing up as the reason they aren't working. I want to use them to turn on lights in my Kyosho Blizzard. I have them connected to Ch5, Ch6 and Ch7 of a Turnigy TGY-iA10 receiver. I know my switches work as set because I've tried them with another type of switch. I have the positive connected to one of the red leads and the negative to the load negative. When I operate the switch, nothing happens. I'm using a single battery (Same one feeding the receiver as the lights) I'm running a Y connector from the battery one side powers the receiver and the other powers (or should) the lights. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks - Ron...
 whiskey29 144 points
You got it connected wrong. Say you have the negative connected to the led negative, and the positive goes to one cable of the switch and the other cable conencts to the battery, so you can treat the switch as a real switch that is put on the same line.
Chris K.  2 points - 12/4/2015
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGZakWwZUYQ
Chris K.  2 points - 12/4/2015
 
Here I found a very good video explaining this switch.
ravenit  76 points - 8/6/2015
 
For those who cant get it to work with 2 battery's you need to connect the neg of both battery's together to have a common negative system then all is good.
Customer Reviews
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Blue Angel
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107 thumbs up!
This is a very good convenient tool.
I will use it to switch my lights in my planes on and off, but there are several other purposes for this tiny product.

weight: 7,7g
switches on above: 1550µs
switches off under: 1400µs

4 failsafe modes:
1. OFF
2. ON
3. Flash (ON-OFF-ON-OFF-...)
4. last Situation

Especially Nr. 3 is perfect for range checking. Failsafe form the receiver => flashing lights

It works with one or with two batteries as shown in the wiring diagram.
It is very important to use a common ground, otherwise the unit wont work.

5 stars
for this little cheap power tool


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74 thumbs up!
I really surprised with this
cheap and usable tool.

I will use it to switch navigation lights on my La-Racer 40 plane, but there are several other purposes for this tiny product.

weight: 7,7g
switches on above: 1550s
switches off under: 1400s

4 failsafe modes:
1. OFF
2. ON
3. Flash (ON-OFF-ON-OFF-...)
4. last Situation

Especially Nr. 3 is perfect for range checking. Failsafe form the receiver => flashing lights

Also it is possible to install this switch into a system powered by two batteries - wiring diagram is included in technical documentation delivered with the switch.

It is very important to use a common ground, otherwise the unit wont work.

Excelent solution to switch on and off lights and to make range test.


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H-KING_SCOTT
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73 thumbs up!
You need to connect it correctly for it to work.
The wires need a common ground.
I will upload a diagram today.


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Stan1
95 likes
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55 thumbs up!
I use this as on-off switch for LED headlight drawing ~1.6W power on my buggy. The switch stay as cool. Expect it could support more power. Great product!


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AEIOU
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23 thumbs up!
in use for landing lights in my agusta 109 A (6s robbe spirit inside)


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