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Offline nimrod650

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ignition light
« on: 10.05. 2015 17:44 »
 can anyone help regarding how to wire ignition warning light on pre unit alternator triumph 6t red light on naccelle not connected not the right forum but worth a try thanks
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Re: ignition light
« Reply #1 on: 10.05. 2015 18:45 »
Ignition lights are straightforward on vehicles with a dynamo and an ignition switch.

On a 6V Lucas alternator system, I'd want to know what you expect the light to warn you of.  The ammeter gives you an indication of charge and discharge.
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Re: ignition light
« Reply #2 on: 12.05. 2015 19:18 »
thanks for reply i think the light has been used to blank where the stop button fits on the mag models the alternator model doesnt have this might fit a prop stand warning light
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Re: ignition light
« Reply #3 on: 12.05. 2015 21:11 »
A main beam warning light or LED, might be useful.
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Re: ignition light
« Reply #4 on: 14.05. 2015 06:42 »
norton commandos use a little electrical gizmo that activates an  ignition light.But they're 12 volt. look up a wiring diagram. Senility has made me forget what it's called.
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Re: ignition light
« Reply #5 on: 14.05. 2015 06:45 »
Is it the emulator?
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Re: ignition light
« Reply #6 on: 14.05. 2015 13:09 »
Didn't Rod Hull spend long years up to his armpit in one of those?
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Re: ignition light
« Reply #7 on: 14.05. 2015 14:32 »
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Didn't Rod Hull spend long years up to his armpit in one of those?

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