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Roadrunner
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PostSubject: locating parts, got a clue?   locating parts, got a clue? EmptyThu Jun 18, 2015 11:49 pm

Alright guys i'm after some help locating some micro switches..

Not the old fashioned one you use with a servo i got to many of them..

I want locations for cheap electronic micro switches ( ones you plug into your RX)

I cant for the love of christ find any that arn't priced £20+... and i ain't paying that..

so help me out ... as the TV program says .. location, location, location...

oh if you got one in the work shop scurring around and wannna part with it .. i got a credit card  Razz
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PostSubject: Re: locating parts, got a clue?   locating parts, got a clue? EmptyFri Jun 19, 2015 6:20 am

What do you want to switch - how many amps, and latching or non-latching. I have some circuits to build them.

Barrie
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PostSubject: Re: locating parts, got a clue?   locating parts, got a clue? EmptyFri Jun 19, 2015 10:33 am

Here you go Chief .................


http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-WAY-Radio-Control-Switch-R-C-RC-Boat-Car-Tank-Plane-/221804208281?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item33a48fa099

I use Andy all the time and have no trouble.  There is a choice of  touch switch on and off or touch switch on and again for off.

He's in Jersey so perhaps you could sail over to see them .  lol!

Cheers

ken
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PostSubject: Re: locating parts, got a clue?   locating parts, got a clue? EmptyFri Jun 19, 2015 12:42 pm

Just bought one of Andy Quirot's twin latching switches for a lighting project on an Atlantic 21 and they are superb.

Even though Jersey is outside the EU, and thus has to pass through customs, It was delivered today after ordering on Tuesday.


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