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    Failsafe pin switch

    I have a power expander pro which I was using with Fromeco Regs and Fromeco FS switches. I'm getting rid of the regs but wanted to use the FS pin switch to go directly into the power expander where it has the switch connection. The Fromeco switch is two wires and the Smart Fly is three. Anybody know the how the smart fly switch is actually wired internally? Thanks.

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    RE: Failsafe pin switch

    Mr Ritchey would know
    I am watching you
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    RE: Failsafe pin switch


    ORIGINAL: tail strike

    Mr Ritchey would know
    Ya think?
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    RE: Failsafe pin switch

    We short the signal wire to ground to turn off the PowerExpander. Fromeco shorts the power wire to ground.
    Robert Ritchey
    Owner, Smart-Fly
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    RE: Failsafe pin switch

    Thanks for the info Robert.

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