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Postby kf1z » Mon Jan 14, 2008 11:57 pm

Well, been planning it for a while...
Finally warmed up the soldering iron, and glued together a 4 relay, adjustable sequencer...

Nothing too fancy, comparator based, with R/C timing in "on" and "off" sequence.

About $7.00 in parts, and 2 hours of soldering and testing, and it's ready for the transmitter....

( the relays I got a bargain on ebay for $0.50 each.... that's why so cheap :D )

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