Discussion in 'Submarines Under Construction' started by matthenat, Aug 30, 2008.
From what I understand the relay is the on / off switch....which provides power to the whole system you have to switch it on + off manually from outside the sub via a link wire attached to the rear bollard on the stern casing.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for that but according to the Robbe wiring diagram and as I have fitted the switch attached to the rear bollard is to manually turn off the seperate battery for the reciever only
If I change it to work the relay in some way the reciever will remain powered as it will then have to be directly connected to its battery . As I said it all works as it is with the relay connection wire disconected so I am finding it very misleading .I have contacted Robbie in Uk and not recieved a reply from them in two weeks !!
But must be very honest has me duped
I have since conected the relay to the bollard switch and the link to the reciever This now switches the motor batteries on and off but stiil leaves the reciever and servos live when transmitter is switched on
Well after trying every combination I have at last got it sorted Now both the prop motors and reciever/servo battery turn on and off via the one bollard switch.
Simple when you know how !!!!!!!!!!!!!!:emo1:
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