Turn power on/off to any on-board device using any available channel on the RX & TX (receiver & transmitter).
Use any available 2-position switch on the TX and plug a Remote Power Switch into the corresponding channel on the RX. Power is supplied through the RX and switched through the TX.
Switch turns on at mid-stick (50% throw). Non-Adjustable.
DIP Switches - enable or disable these features
AUTO-OFF: All power to the output is switched off any time a bad signal is received, or the TX is turned off
REVERSIBLE: Changes which position of the TX stick is ON
Use the 3 wire power plug with a LED controller for constant power to Bank #1 and switched power to Bank #2.
Use the 2P connector housings to turn 3 wire power plug into standard 2 wire plug for standard +/- switching (LEDs are all in the same Bank).
Discard 3 wire power plug or save for future use if using with a RX Direct2LED™.
Bundled with this complete system: #5412-E
Click to see TUTORIALS FOR ADVANCED USE
|(1) remote power switch|
|(1) 1-Channel RX plug|
|(2) 2P connector housings|
|(2) zip ties & bases|
CURRENT DRAW (@6V): 1mA (10mA when output is switched on)
INPUT VOLTAGE: 4.0-6.0V
MAX OUTPUT CURRENT: 300mA
Every RC-LIGHTS LED is guaranteed against manufacturer defect for the lifetime of the LED (10 TEN Years). All system components are guaranteed against manufacturer defect for 2 TWO Years after the original date of purchase. Should your LED ever not light contact us immediately and a replacement will be sent right away. Warranty does not cover damage due to powering the LED beyond specified ratings. Warranty does not cover damage due to an incorrect installation. Warranty does not cover normal wear, abuse, neglect, or any damage arising as a result of improper use or modification.
Posted by ricardo on 19th Dec 2014
I needed this for my sons fire truck i wanted him to be able to turn the siren on and lights on from separate channels on the remote this product made it happen for a great price!!!!
Posted by Yessy yohandus on 2nd Dec 2012
I gotta say there could be more explanation, but after half a dozen attemps I was determined to make out work. I started plugging in all different combinations and fiddling with the throttle trim and after five minutes or so I had it working properly. All I ended up using was the littler module without the blue cable... Not sure what that is for.