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Old 11-08-2016, 05:52 PM
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Hiya guys,


Ive been looking at a couple of modules, one is for a steam effect & one for sound effect.


Both of which need to be connected to same channel on my RX (throttle) . How would the wiring for this be done?


Each module (Steam & Sound) has to be connected like this (please exscuse my diagram skills!):


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As you can see each terminal on the ESC & RX needs to have both the Steam & Sound Module plugged into it,how would this be possible?


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If they just control together, Y leads to fan out from the RX.
Some sound units take the output from the RX, use that to activate themselves and pass a signal on to the ESC. In that case, a Y lead out of the sound unit to fan out to the smoke unit and ESC. Or for what might be a preferred effect, Y lead the smoke unit from the RX.
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hi mfr02

great thanks for the info
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Hook your smoker into your motor leads.
http://ep.yimg.com/ty/cdn/yhst-72470...er-301-mii.pdf
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