Training Wheel Hero
Join Date: Jul 2010
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You're the electrical expert here, I'm not denying that at all. I'm saying that it has worked flawlessly and not once has this setup caused my machines any charging issues, switch failures, coil issues, etc. on any of my bikes.
I'm not sure why you're quoting something I didn't say as well?
You don't have to explain why it isn't good, but you're going anyways by the sounds of it. Post up the schematics if you wish, I'd be interested to see how it may impact the rest of the circuit.
Maybe over the winter I'll wire in a toggle for the bikes, might be useful if I do leave the bikes at the track overnight. I'll tuck it under the side of the bike where it can't be noticed or harmed if it hits the ground.
I'd actually like to try a pushbutton style switch, maybe even with some perimeter sensor so if I have an off, the bike immediately shuts off instead of the tip sensor enabling which I believe lets it run for another 5 seconds or so.
Thanks for your willingness to dig more into this thing!