* Relay Isolation of the switched item to prevent interference
* Relay is IP67 rated
* Easy block terminal connection.
* L.E.D to display the state of the switch unit.
* Engine will be killed if the receiver power supply fails
Plug the servo lead in to any spare channel (normally the gear channel), but any spare channel will do.
In operation you will find that the Zenoak Engine Switch will operate around 1.6 ms on any channel on your transmitter, make sure your end points at set to 100% to guarantee the units operation.
Don’t mount the kill switch close to the magneto part of the engine as this could have an effect on the kill switch operation.
The Zenoak engines are fitted with a black lead for killing the engine, if you have fitted a kill switch into the model then wire the RC kill switch in parallel with it (see diagram below)
With everything switched on operate the channel on your radio that has the Zenoah kill switch on it, to light up the L.E.D. You will now be able to fire up the engine. To kill the engine simply switch the Zenoah kill switch off, the L.E.D will go out and the normally close contacts in the kill switch will short the black kill wire to engine ground as per the diagram.
When using the Zenoah Engine Kill Switch with P.C.M or 2.4G radio it is suggest that you set a failsafe to turn the switch unit to the off state, this will kill the engine if the radio signal is lost.