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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


Weight: 21g
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Total of 245 discussions.
Alastair  3 points - 5/26/2015
 
Hi Rob, if you are using a servo reversing unit to get one flap servo to change direction then swap the servo leads over. Then it should work in the correct sense. If you are not using a servo reversing lead then i think your only option is to reverse the channel on the transmitter. This shouldmesn the landing ligjts come on when the flaps are lowered but the switch on the tx will work in the wrong sense.
Alastair  3 points - 4/24/2015
 
I wanted to know if it was possible to use this switch to turn on landing lights when you lower the flaps using the receiver as the power source using a Y lead set up. The answer is yes you can ! This means you don't need to have the common earth back to the battery. Points to note... you need to make sure that the aux (Flap) channel is set to "normal" rather than "reverse" on the transmitter. In normal mode the lights switch on when you move the switch from "0" to "1" position and the flaps go down. They go off when you raise the flaps. HOWEVER, if you have the channel reversed you will find the LED landing lights are permanently switched on and moving the aux/flap switch does nothing. I have uploaded my wiring diagram in the files section. Clearly using the switch in this way is only suitable for low current applications like LED lights.
 Rob_M 96 points
Alastair - did exactly that set up and I'm 180 degrees opposite (flaps up - lights on, flaps 15 deg and full landing config - lights off. Any ideas?
James  3 points - 8/1/2014
 
additionally, it appears that the BEC is upstream of the receiver and switch but NOT for the LOAD (lights). If this is true, why doesn't the lights/load need a BEC or does the on/off switch regulate that?
James  3 points - 8/1/2014
 
according to the drawing, there are two power sources going into the receiver switch, one from the receiver (plugged into aux channel) and one from the battery (red bare wire from battery). which powers the lights and which powers the on-off switch function?( I know the third wire from the receiver is the wire that enables the remote switching)
Charles  2 points - 7/19/2014
 
Ok I've installed this switch to control 4 strands of 12V LED lights and the landing light. All works great but I have all jumped pins in for alternating light, which it does when I start up, and depending on the switch position the LEDs come on when sync'ed with the radio. Question is* I read that when in failsafe mode the lights should revert back to flashing when radio comms is lost with the TX'er, Doesn't happen - lights stay on in the last configured position just prior to turning of the radio. What do I need to do to have the lights flash when the radio signal is no longer sensed from the transmitter. Thanks, Chuck
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Blue Angel
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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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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
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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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