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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


 

 

Click here for wiring diagram


PRODUCT ID: LUM-ONF


Weight: 21g Quantity: 
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Price$7.65


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Total of 241 discussions.
Charles  1 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
Michael  1 points - 7/9/2014
 
I plan on purchasing the Turnigy switch and use it to turn on/off my LEDs for night flying. I fly my plane with a single 3S 11.1V Lipo. Can I just connect and power the LEDs directly from this Lipo ? or do need to have some sort of voltage reducer? Mike
 Springer_Bob 252 points
If your LED strip has dropping resistors (most do) then you can run them directly off your 3S battery. Great little switch!
Mario Pereira  4 points - 6/30/2014
 
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BIGEMANN  7 points - 6/10/2014
 
I want to use this switch with 5 leds for nav lights . Each led is rated up to 3v , and use 2 miliamps each . I use a 4.8v 850 mAh nimh receiver battery to run my servos . I want to use this switch with a separate 4.8v nimh or ni-cd and a ubec if needed to power the leds . Is this possible ? If not can someone tell me how this could be done ?
 Free Flyer 190 points
Sure, you can use this switch to control your LEDs - just make sure that you connect the ground wires if you're using a seperate battery for your LEDs (other than the one that powers the receiver). Hope this helps! :)
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 BIGEMANN 7 points
Thanks Free Flyer . When I asked the question I was having a senior moment . Your answer helped , although I realized I didn't need a ubec .
Mike  9 points - 6/3/2014
 
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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
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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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