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Old 10-25-2010, 10:19 AM
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Hi,
I have an EQ6 power expander in my 35% Extra and just purchased a Sullivan SkyWriter smoke system.
I don't want to carry another battery for the SkyWriter.
Can I connect the SkyWriter directly to the EQ6 and use the 2200 Lipo batteries that power the EQ6 to power the SkyWriter pump? If I can, how would you suggest to connect it?

Thanks, Nick
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Old 10-25-2010, 10:27 AM
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Hi,
I have an EQ6 power expander in my 35% Extra and just purchased a Sullivan SkyWriter smoke system.
I don't want to carry another battery for the SkyWriter.
Can I connect the SkyWriter directly to the EQ6 and use the 2200 Lipo batteries that power the EQ6 to power the SkyWriter pump? If I can, how would you suggest to connect it?
Thanks, Nick
Hi Nick,
Yes, you can power the SkyWriter from an unused servo output. You can hook the
control lead to an Eq6 output or the receiver directly. Do not power the SkyWriter
off the receiver under any circumstances though.
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Thanks for the always quick and informative replies.

You make a great product and support it superbly!

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