GT Power Electronic Switch
Electronic Switch from GT Power - GTPELSWITCH
This simple, compact product allows you to switch on-board electronics on/off using a spare channel on your radio transmitter. Ideal for hobbyists looking to remotely control lights, smoke systems, sounds systems, cameras, cargo doors, tow hooks, or any other on-board electronic device.
- Compact and light weight
- Versatile design can be used to control virtually any on-board electronic device
- High quality electrical components and durable case design ensure worry-free operation for your critical components.
- Weight: 8g
- Dimension: 25mm x 10mm x 5mm
- Receiver input power: 4-4.8V DC
- Auxiliary input power: 0-40V DC
- Output continuous current capacity: 7A
- Output peak current capacity: 10A
Note: No PDF is available at this time for the manual. Here is an image showing the back of the package for reference.
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- rocket motor
- rocket glider
- gas engine ignition
- servo channel
Says what it does, does what it says.
Remote electronic switch. Plug it into a servo channel, connect the power leads, done.
Exactly what was needed
Used to ignite the rocket motor on a RC rocket glider through an on-board 3-cell LiPo. Perfect!
Gas engine ignition
I use this switch for a gas engine ignition cut off. Super easy to set up and flawless in operation, love it !
I attached power as indicated on the diagram, plugged servo lead into receiver, switched from flap channel, and measured no output present from my multimeter. I need to troubleshoot, maybe the assembler reversed the leads, ti s not marked well as to in/ out- relying on the male/fe,male JST pugs actually were installed correctly. May also try with different channel or receiver
Electronic on/off switch
Very easy to install
Plug and play.
Switch works to control the lights in my Pawnee Brave night flyer, and it was plug and play.