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New RCABS/Snort pump controller!

Postby KevinMc » Tue Apr 21, 2009 4:26 pm

Following on the success of the Mini Pump Controller (MPC) KMc Designs is pleased to announce the release of the Pump & Solenoid Controller (PSC).

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The PSC is a two channel electronic switch that mounts directly to the back of a 1” air pump. (Caswell GSV2512N12V or similar.) In addition to providing on/off control of that pump the PSC also has a second channel for switching a solenoid valve making it as well suited for RCABS as it is for Snort’ing. No other servos, switches, or control modules required!

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The PSC also features a one-touch user programmable fail-safe so “pump”, “solenoid”, or “all-off" can be commanded in the event of receiver signal loss. Optical isolation and onboard filtering keep noisy motor currents from returning through your receiver and interfering with your signal. The PSC is designed to be powered from 6V-12V. The solenoid control channel can drive a Clippard (or similar) solenoid valve or other loads up to 0.5A.

PSCs will be available through Caswell imminently!
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Postby Rick Teskey » Wed Apr 22, 2009 6:11 am

2 in 1 controller is a great idea , put me down for a couple!
Now about that mini atomic pile!!!
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Postby KevinMc » Wed Apr 22, 2009 7:40 am

Shhhhhhh!!!!!!! They're listening.......
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Postby Scott T » Wed Apr 22, 2009 1:10 pm

Pretty cool.
So now you need to make the reciever to be like a infrared tv remote.
Then all the servos, motors, pumps, etc. would recieve there commands
wireless.

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