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MRW All in One Glow Switch MRW03
The All in One Glow Switch has been designed as a complete ready to use glow switch. The unit is fitted with a built-in 1900ma Eneloop and uses a croc clip to go onto the tip of the glow plug and a tag washer to go under one of the engine bolts. Features
- The glow plug is inhibited below the user selected tick-over position.
- The operating point (set point) can be anywhere on the stick travel.
- The stick direction is automatically detected.
- LED lights when Glow plug is active.
- LED lights to confirm set-up.
Set-up Connect the throttle servo to the receiver using a “Y” harness and plug the Digital Glow Driver lead into the spare arm of the “Y”. Move the throttle stick and trim to the tick-over position and press and hold the set key. The LED glows to confirm that the tick-over position has been stored. If the LED is already glowing (because of a previous setting) when the key is pressed, the LED will blink out before glowing to confirm that set-up is active. Move the throttle stick to the position where you would like the Glow Plug to activate. (About one eighth throttle is a good starting point.) Release the key. The LED goes out to confirm that the set-up is complete. The tick-over and set points can be adjusted at any time by repeating the set-up instructions above. When the throttle stick is above the set point, the glow plug is off and LED is dark. As the throttle stick position is reduced to below the set point, the LED will glow to confirm that the Glow Plug is on. Below tick-over, the glow plug is off and the LED is dark. Safety
- Please ensure that the selection key cannot be pressed accidentally while the unit is in use.
Charging the NiMh Charging the single cell inside the All In One is carried out by plugging into the D.C socket (which is positive centre) with a automatic charge like a Supernova or something similar that can charge a single cell, it is advisable that the charge rate is no more than 2 amps.Dimensions
- 59 x 30 x 15 mm
- Weight 64 grams