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How to micro switch to quickly cut off battery?

Micro switch aeg power off

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#1 Tiaa

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Posted 12 October 2017 - 01:51 PM

Hey guys, so let me quickly explain what I am trying to achieve. I have a Burst Wizard 3 MOSFET that allows me to set magazine capacity; when I'm out, the gun stops shooting.
Now it is important to me that I'm able to reload before I'm 'out' of ammo, and reset the counter. I can install a micro switch to the BW3 to achieve this, however the micro switch would only work in plug-and-play (not hardwired and therefore no protection for my trigger switch). 

I've been told that another way to do it is to apply a micro switch to my AEG's battery rather than the mosfet, using a 'heavy duty switch', allowing to cutoff power from battery to aeg and thereby reset the counter. I have no experience at all how this would work, though... 

My question is: Does anyone know how such a setup would work; how would I connect a heavy duty switch to my AEGs battery to temporarily cut off power... Anyone got any experience with this?


Edited by Tiaa, 12 October 2017 - 01:51 PM.

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#2 Guges Mk3

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Posted 13 October 2017 - 07:56 AM

You want to interrupt the power flow right?  Just put on a toggle switch.  

 

Having a hard toggle switch or rocker switch will prevent you from accidentally bumping it too and resetting your system.


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