Re: Solenoid switch in reply to 36 coupe, 03-23-2013 15:55:35
Hello 36 coupe,
I have built ths box when we used to race RC cars. It has a a very strong 12v out @9 AMPS on the top red and black connectors. That is my 12v source I used to check the solenoid. Those little wires are the power for the dark looking box.
Re: Solenoid switch in reply to GUIDO, 03-24-2013 13:54:54
Best to use a battery when testing solenoids.You get an inductive kick back when the coil circuit opens.A few fellows found they popped the diodes in battery chargers testing ignition coils.DC welders have surge protection across diodes.
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